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What We Love

  • An idyllic country house near the Norfolk coast, with continental breakfast includedTreating yourself to a naughty but nice afternoon tea with a glass of bubbly
  • Enjoying a hearty full English breakfast – a worthy Visit England award-winner
  • Roaming North Norfolk’s white-sand beaches and the watery expanse of the Broads

What To Know

  • The cottage is a popular wedding venue, so your stay may coincide with a reception event
  • En suite bathrooms have either a walk-in shower or clawfoot bathtub
  • Free WiFi is very spotty
property Bedroom living room cottage Suite

Overview

An intimate, family-run English retreat, boasting gourmet dining and elegant rooms – includes breakfast

The Lowdown

England’s North Norfolk is known for its sweeping, white-sand beaches, characterful market towns, grand country estates and the outstanding natural beauty of the salt marshes and Broads. Perfectly placed to access all of this is Northrepp Cottage Country Hotel. Named after the small village in which it sits, it’s not far from the Victorian seaside town of Cromer (famed the world over for its delicious fresh crab).
This intimate, family-run property occupies a painstakingly restored 18th-century house. Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and woods, this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner promises utter peace and quiet. With only eight guest rooms and suites, all with their own quirky individual character, it also guarantees personal service. Add to this Visit England award-winning breakfasts, a gourmet restaurant a and cozy bar, and you have all the ingredients for a charming UK escape.

How to Get There

Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel
Nut Lane/Northrepps Road
Northrepps, NR27 0JN United Kingdom

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 220 Reviews
A delightful place to stay
Reviewed 1 week ago

We booked into for two night and had a lovely stay. The staff were very welcoming and nothing seemed too much trouble. Our room was lovely and didn't disappoint. Its a very quiet spot and walking in the gardens we heard many different birds including a woodpecker, and later on an owl calling as it got dark. Its definitely somewhere we'd consider returning to.

Small little country hotel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stayed here for an Anniversary break. Very pleasant boutique hotel with only 8 rooms . Lovely room with nice views of the very well kept grounds. We had evening meal and breakfast the following morning - both excellent. North Repps is a nice little village.

Beautiful hotel!
Reviewed 1 month ago

We stayed for 2 nights for my partner’s birthday in the Amalia Opie room with a lovely view of the gardens. Room was clean and very comfortable although it had a standard double bed rather than a king size. Bathroom was great - a wet room with a powerful rain shower plus separate shower head - very luxuriant showering experience!
We also liked the communal areas and the gardens. Bar and restaurant were lovely and modern. Had dinner on our second night and the food was beautiful. They got one of our main course orders wrong but the waitress was very apologetic and offered us free drinks to compensate - we weren’t that bothered anyway.
Breakfast was delicious - buffet for cereals and toast etc but they freshly cooked your hot breakfast to order and seemed to cater for any request you might have.
Overall we had a fantastic stay and would recommend to anyone.

Overnight stay
Reviewed 2 months ago

Difficult finding this lovely hotel (even with sat nav) but well worth it when we found it. Lovely rooms and great outdoor area to sit and have coffee. Our room did not have a shower. It had a huge bath with hand shower. Due to dodgy knees I could not get in. Breakfast was good would have preferred more fresh fruit. Tinned peaches and grapefruit was on offer so we’re fresh cherries these had been de stoned and were excellent. Went to get more toast and bread was still partly frozen. Service excellent and friendly staff. Shame about shower that’s the only reason for 4stars. But other people would have enjoyed a luxury bath. If you go into Cromer pre book taxis if any are available. We had to walk back after a lovely evening out.

If in area again would consider staying again. Good value for money. We enjoyed our stay.

Worth The Trip
Reviewed 3 months ago

This is not the easiest place to find but in a nice attractive location. This is not a large hotel and was quiet when we stayed but the hotel was very comfortable and good food and staff. Nothing was too much trouble in the restaurant and the menu was reasonably priced. The hotel was in very good decorative order very clean with comfortable bedrooms and especially the beds. I must say you were made very welcome