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We stayed for one night at Norfolk House B & B. The website accurately reflects the setting which is idyllic. Quiet and yet just outside the bustling town of Newmarket. The views across the paddocks to the rear and in fact from every window are...More
We stayed for three nights in the Cream Room, which was very clean, peaceful and extremely comfortable. We felt very welcome. Nothing was too much trouble for Lynne, who accommodated a specific dietary need: we were very grateful. We particularly enjoyed our breakfasts and the...More
Lovely 3 night stay at Norfolk House in the Blue Room. Room was perfectly sized for the 2 of us with comfortable bed, very nice linens and pillows . As others have mentioned, the en suite bathroom is small, but we really had no problem...More
Mrs Lynne Noble offers immaculate accommodation in a quiet village with views over the parish church to the front and over open fields to the rear. The bed in the Blue Room was very comfortable and beautifully equipped. WiFi reception was very good. The loo...More
We stayed in this beautiful house while walking the Icknield Way. It is perfectly located on the route in a lovely village with a very good restaurant, The Red Lion. Beds super comfortable and delicious continental breakfast of Bircher museli, croissants and fruits. Very hospitable...More
Response from Blueyesnorfolk | Reviewed this property |
Hi there you have asked me and we only reviewed our fantastic stay in the cream room, we unfortunately do not own it!! You need to contact Lynne at Norfolk House direct re availability and prices. Hope you enjoy yourselves... More
Hi there you have asked me and we only reviewed our fantastic stay in the cream room, we unfortunately do not own it!! You need to contact Lynne at Norfolk House direct re availability and prices. Hope you enjoy yourselves when you visit.