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Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel

Nut Lane/Northrepps Road Northrepp's, Cromer NR27 0JN England
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#12 of 26 B&Bs / Inns in Cromer
Welcome to Northrepp's Cottage Country House Hotel We are situated in the hidden woodland of Northrepps, North Norfolk. A 5 minute drive from the famous Cromer Pier, 15 minute walk from the fishing village of Overstrand and 30 seconds from our stunning garden! Among many, one of greatest assets is that we are in such quiet and beautiful surroundings, Cream Tea Heaven or Lunch on the lawn is unique in afternoon sunshine. We are signposted on all major roads, if travelling on the A149 turn for Northrepps and turn immediately left and follow the signs, if needed the postcode for navigation is NR270JN. The hotel consists of 8 delightful bedrooms, some with baths, some with showers and some with both. All are individual created with different themes and named after family members of the owners Mr and Mrs Gurney. Do check out our vast array of family pictures and the link to Elizabeth Fry on the back of your five pound note
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Julie B wrote a review Dec 2019
Whittlesey, United Kingdom2 contributions5 helpful votes
Lovely hotel nice location - room very comfortable - breakfast had good varied choice and was lovely - thanks to staff who were very helpful and friendly and made our stay very pleasant - would definitely recommend and will be staying again in the future
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
holidayshoes wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom329 contributions139 helpful votes
The staff were both friendly and helpful. We had a nice set meal which had been organised in advance and that was all dealt with very well. A nice breakfast selection although not enormous as one would expect from a small hotel. Plenty of parking. Attractive location and close to pretty village of Overstrand.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled on business
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Mama84 wrote a review Aug 2019
Leicester, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights as part of a wedding party with our 14 month old. The hotel was ok, quaint with only 8 rooms and minimal staff. Not the facilities that we would be used to - no fridge or tea making facilities in the room, no bath so had to shower our 14 month old the best we could. Generally quite basic facilities throughout the hotel. Breakfast served daily but no chef on the first night as only a few of us staying at the hotel and I had to request sandwiches the next day for lunch as there wasn’t any other lunch service either. However nice sandwiches were delivered to our room so that was good. Quite a nice stay, wedding was great! But not a great hotel for facilities for smaller children.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
charlessD1747JI wrote a review Aug 2019
Billingborough, United Kingdom73 contributions69 helpful votes
I booked to stay at the hotel for work and have to admit it was the pictures that did it for me. I arrived at the hotel to be greated with an un staffed reception desk. Not a problem there are signs to press the bell, with two to choose from, which I did over the next 10 minutes. The sign also said if no replies please ring the number below, as I looked at my phone to do that I noticed there was no signal. After venturing around into the dining room, kitchen and bar, all apparently open but devoid of any customers at all. The night manager was very polite and attentive and evidently quite passionate about the hotel, showing us evrything in the room and the view. The room itself seemed very nice, with its features and decor matching the period of the cottage and giving the feel of a hidden cottage hotel, unlike the brightly lit, modern features in the bar and restaurant, which could frankly be in any travelodge in the country. The room had plenty of space and in the evening looked very clean and tidy, the matress was a bit springy but nothing that prevented a reasonable nights sleep. In the morning we noticed a bit more with the room, small spiders around the edge of the ceiling and dirty marks from what looked like a quite warn carpet. The curtains were ripped and torn, lamp shades missing and just some general ware on the room. I needed to be gone by 0830, so went down stairs at 0750, ready for breakfast starting at 0800.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Paul M wrote a review Jul 2019
Ipswich, United Kingdom141 contributions160 helpful votes
A very quiet country hotel which is perfect if you're looking for a nice relaxing break. The venue is minimally staffed due to their being only 8 rooms and this place making its money (I assume) primarily from weddings and other functions and parties. If you are thinking of having your wedding here be advised room availability might be an issue but from what I understand, these things are booked very well in advance anyway. Couldn't really fault the cleanliness, décor, nor any other hotel facilities; clearly some money has been spent on the place recently as the bar area looks very modern and I couldn't help notice some carpet samples laying about in the managers' office too. Furthermore the décor is very high end and we were immensely impressed with the suites. My only gripe was the fact our bed was extremely creaky! Breakfast was fantastic - locally sourced produce went down a treat. The hotel is not far from Cromer (about 1½ miles) and the grounds are beautiful - also good for a bit of wildlife spotting. As people have pointed out - reception is tucked away and despite repeated requests to confirm our booking, we never got a reply prior to arrival - again I put this down to bare minimum staffing but the staff who were around during our stay were friendly, approachable and very accommodating. Point to note, around 10pm on the Saturday evening the main staff had left and there was a night porter looking after the place who clearly wasn't bar trained and had to make a note of our order to be later added to our bill - just in case there's some of you out there looking for a night cap... no fridges in room either in case you're thinking of bringing your own instead. And I'm not sure how far the nearest pub is... Overall though, a very pleasant stay and we had a fantastic time.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
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$131 - $155 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Pavilion Theatre (1.8 miles), Cromer Pier (1.7 miles), and Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary (3.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Brownes on Bond Street, The Tea Room at Corner House, and Doggie Diner Cromer.
Are there any historical sites close to Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Felbrigg Hall (2.9 miles).
Is Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.