What We Love
- A relaxing stay in the picturesque English countryside, with breakfast and dinner Waking up in a newly refurbished room among 300 acres of river-valley scenery
- Spending the day nailing some hole-in-ones on the championship golf courses or in a state of Zen at the spa
- Savoring seasonal Norfolk ingredients crafted into pretty works of art in the brasserie
What To Know
- Hit the green as the two onsite 18-hole golf courses are some of the best in Norfolk
- Full English and Irish breakfast is available
- Located about 10 miles out of central Norfolk
Have a relaxing stay in the English countryside at Barnham Broom. Peacefully ensconced in the River Yare Valley, 30 minutes west of Norwich, this is a place where you can wake up to the sound of chirping birds and duck chatter on the lake, then unwind with a couple of rounds of golf on two championship courses designed by acclaimed architects.
A low-rise cluster of red-brick buildings set among manicured landscaping, Barnham Broom beautifully blends low-key exteriors with contemporary Norfolk pampering inside. Shrug off any stress with holistic treatments and classic therapies in the spa before a lazy afternoon spent happily padding between the heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna.
Rooms are sophisticated and homey, and the brasserie showcases fresh local, served up with a side of garden views. Make sure you leave room for afternoon treats by the fire or on the terrace at Valley Bar, where you can take in the scenic setting.
How to Get There
Thoroughly enjoyable stay, great welcome staff in all areas very attentive. Dined both evenings excellent food and service. Great room everything we needed and comfortable bed. Lovely fluffy towels that were huge. Would love to return.
I stayed here as I had a meeting nearby, the room was beautiful and comfortable however the walls are thin. I stayed two nights and was disturbed by nearby guests both nights even though I requested a quiet room. Food in the sports bar was limited and average but the food in the brasserie was brilliant as was the service!
We as a group have been going here since 1998. A new restaurant manager here in 2018 was attentive and receptive to feedback. The restaurant service in the evening was good. For you golfers - June - The courses were in good condition with some work needed on the bunkers, which is apparently in hand. Course management under the control of Matt is of course both well organised with good humour. The ground staff give precedence to the golfers which is to be applauded. Our committee chair has booked next year already. If you have not had your society here yet you should make enquiries well before you intend going as I am sure this venue will be booked up.
I came to the spa last week and had a lovely full body massage with a young lady called Hannah. She was very accommodating and professional, i also visited the facilities and had a lovely treat day out.
I am a regular here. All staff are friendly and helpful. The location and accommodation is good. Food is average but should be far better for a 4 star hotel. Food often comes out warm not hot and wine often off the menu or not severed chilled. Also, if they have groups of golfers in the restaurant then the rest of us get forgotten.