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Wiveton Bell Pub & Rooms
Ranked #1 of 1 Wiveton B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed November 24, 2012 via mobile

What a lovely restaurant, food and warm, welcoming atmosphere. Came for a special birthday lunch with husband and 10 week old baby, who the staff paid great attention to! Had fresh local mussels which are the best I've had in a long time.

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Reviewed November 22, 2012 via mobile

This review is for a cracking meal enjoyed on a cold Norfolk night. I stated in the sister ship The Duck in Stanhoe, just down the road a few miles (separate glowing review listed). I could blather on about the fantastic locally sourced produce from wich a talented fella in whites churned out a truly brilliant menu; equally I could ramble on about the excellent wine list (staff told me the owners personally select the wines and ales), I could rant about the simply lovely setting and roaring fire, the unfeasibly comfy seating and the sheer quality of the whole place, but I strongly suggest that you book yourself in for a big night, take friends and enjoy a night or two in a real Norfolk jewel.
This place just makes you want to move in and eat and drink yourself senseless!

  • Stayed: November 2012
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Thank Daniel R
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Reviewed November 15, 2012

We managed to get the Library room for just one night as a last minute booking.
On arrival cannot fault the staff and being shown to our room.
Library room was small as stated with only one small window, so as previously suggested it would be like an oven in summer.
The shower is wedged under the eves but ok for us as not too tall.The doors to the bathroom are barn doors so not too private but that wasn't a deal breaker for us.

We did find the bed uncomfy.My husband kept rolling out to one side and we had a restless night.Did mention it the next day which they said was unusual as people usually have good sleeps!!

Fridge with complimentary drinks was a nice touch too.
The breakfast arrangement is ok for one night but my husband did miss a bacon sandwich which would have gone down well.As previously stated it is delivered to your door and you make your toast yourself in your room.Can be quite a challenge in a small room.I suppose in summer you would sit on the balcony outside.

Had evening meal in the pub.Mussels were the best we had tasted and everything else was delicious and serve attentively.
My husband being in CAMRA had the best beer so he was in his element!

To conclude , would maybe choose another room.Could maybe incorporate a little fruit salad for breakfast or maybe a bacon sandwich alternative.We did feel hungry.

Only stayed one night so we payed £80 and that was a good price.Would have payed a little more for a filling breakfast.
You do pay top dollar so although the breakfast is a lovely idea could do with alternate options.

Would certainly recommend and we would return

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Vivienne S
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Reviewed November 9, 2012

Stayed here in July for a 4 night midweek break. Not really a hotel, just a pub with 4 rooms. We stayed in the Garden Room, more of a small cottage than a room. It has a small private patio with furniture, small lounge area and staircase up to the bedroom and bathroom in the roof of the building (mind your head with the low ceiling). Furnishings were good and full of character. A Continental type Breakfast is served to your room in the form of a cool box, from the Deli in Blakeney, left outside your room, with the newspaper of your choice, at approx. 08.00 hours.
Restaurant in the pub is excellent, good menu with daily specials and not too expensive. One of the 3 evenings that we dined here we had "Posh Fish and Chips", substitute 1/2 Lobster for the Fish and you get the feel of it. I recommend that you make an advance booking for a table in the restaurant for the nights you want to dine, as you may be disappointed, it is that popular.
When we visit North Norfolk again we would probably stay here, or maybe try the sister pub, The Duck Inn at Stanhope

Room Tip: The Garden Room, so full of character.
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  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank PeterM13
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Reviewed October 23, 2012

A beautiful country location, facing the village church. We loved the breakfast arrangements - you hang a bag outside and in the morning it is filled with freshly baked croissants, bread and your choice of newspaper. The room was equipped with everything you could possibly need including fridge stocked with juice and fizz. A good selection of condiments and coffee/tea rounded off a relaxing Sunday breakfast.

We also ate in the restaurant and can honestly say that the staff were delightful, genuine unobstrusive service and the food was delicious. coupled with a good selection of wine.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 14, 2012

We recently stayed for 2 nights in the Starlight Room at the Wiveton Bell and had a great little break. The room was gorgeous and very cosy. The bed was exceptionally comfortable (it had 3 mattresses! ) and the kitchenette/diner was really handy. The breakfast arrangements are a bit of a novelty - a local baker arrives about 8.30am and hangs warm croissants and pain au chocolat, a full granary loaf for you to toast, and fresh milk in a cool bag on your door. Even though the pub was packed on both nights we stayed, we never experienced any noise outside of our room. The pub itself is decorated very tastefully and serves fabulous meals. The Dine and Wine specials at £9.99 are really great value. All of the staff we dealt with with were great and really helpful. We were amazed how dark it was outside at night as there were no street lights, so you got to see millions of stars due to the lack of light pollution. Another great thing about the location of the Wiveton Bell, is that there is a CAMRA real ale walk from the Pub, to Blakeney, Cley and then back to Wiveton, passing 7 real ale pubs on the 4.5 mile route. A great way to spend an afternoon. We loved everything about the Wiveton Bell. The rooms, pub, location. All in all, a fabulous little getaway.

Room Tip: The starlight room is a little short on privacy as customers may walk passed your window, but there...
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  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 3, 2012

We had a one night stay in the Library room June this year and found it to be very clean, well appointed and overall excellent value for money. There were supposed to have been small bottles of fizz in the fridge, but they weren't there so I enquired about them and was told that they had run out of the small bottles and gave me a full size bottle instead!! The room was nice with a big comfy bed and nice little private balcony. It was earlier in the year that we stayed and the room did get quite warm so suspect it could be a little oven during the hot days of summer (if we ever have any!) The saloon style doors made the bathroom a little less private, but the power shower as very good. An excellent selection of breakfast pastries and fresh milk were delivered to our room in the morning also. All in all, great value for money and we will definately be going back for another short stay when in Norfolk.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank adethomp
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Additional Information about Wiveton Bell Pub & Rooms

Address: Blakeney Rd, Wiveton, Holt NR25 7TL, England
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Location: United Kingdom > England > East Anglia > Norfolk > Holt > Wiveton
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Suites
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Wiveton
Price Range: $173 - $254 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Wiveton Bell Pub & Rooms 4*
Number of rooms: 6
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Situated in the peaceful hamlet of Wiveton just a mile from the coastal village of Blakeney the Bell has six 'Boutique' rooms each with their own individual outside seating. The Pub has 2 AA Rosettes and the rooms have a 'Highly Commended' AA Gold 4 Star rating. Egyptian Linen, Duck and Goose Down Bedding and aromatherapy toiletries by REN will indulge your sense of relaxation as will the complimentary bottle or Prosecco on arrival. Eat Alfresco in the stunning garden in summer or by the open fire in winter. Visit the web site for further information where you can book online. ... more   less 

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