Norfolk getaway for TWO in a Grade II-listed building inc.Full Norfolk breakfast, glass of Prosecco each & Access to the Mulberry Spa's Thermal Suite only £65 per couple @ Travel Zoo
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Norfolk getaway for TWO in a Grade II-listed building inc.Full Norfolk breakfast, glass of Prosecco each & Access to the Mulberry Spa's Thermal Suite only £65 per couple @ Travel Zoo

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Found 8th Oct
Spotted this and thought this was a fab bargain for a quick getaway.
Less than 10 minutes' drive from Old Hunstanton's sandy beach, Heacham Manor Hotel is a "delightful" Grade II-listed property on the North Norfolk coast. Overnight stays are now up to 59% cheaper than usual at £65.
What's Included
  • Overnight accommodation in a Standard Cottage room, with full Norfolk breakfast, for two
  • A glass of prosecco on arrival (worth £5 per person)
  • Access to the Mulberry Spa's Thermal Suite for two hours (once per stay; worth £10 per person, per hour)
  • A 2-night stay with daily breakfast, a glass of prosecco each on arrival and access to the Thermal Suite is £109
Why We Love It
  • "This delightful 16th-century, Grade II-listed house has been beautifully restored", says The AA Hotel Guide 2017
  • The Elizabethan property has three AA Silver Stars and an AA Rosette
  • The hotel's Mulberry Spa has a steam room, a monsoon shower and a sauna. The hotel also has an 18-hole golf course
  • Sandringham Estate, the Queen's Norfolk retreat, is around 15 minutes' drive from the hotel
  • The first inhabitants of Heacham Manor are thought to have been French monks, and there are rumours of an underground tunnel linking the property with a ruined Hunstanton chapel
  • Holme Dunes National Nature Reserve, which has a long stretch of sandy beach, is less than 30 minutes' drive away
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23 Comments

They want payment before I choose a date?

ShaneDHolland10 m ago

They want payment before I choose a date?


Yes you pay Travelzoo but if you are unable to get the dates you would like they will refund. Best have a look on the TZoo site for full details. This is a lovely spot. Pocahontas is believed to have lived here and the coast around this area is beautiful and peaceful.

any ideas what about kiddies ? would have to take my 4 yo little terrorist with me

I live in the area. The north Norfolk coast is wonderful.

Groovii.D4 m ago

I live in the area. The north Norfolk coast is wonderful.

I concur! Been at holkham/wells yesterday and Cromer today. Lovely

What exactly is a Norfolk breakfast? a Turkey sausage and Turkey bacon perhaps?

Heacham Manor Hotel.has it`s own website
heacham-manor.co.uk/
I suspect as they mention "cottage stay" you wouldn`t actually be staying in the hotel. but in a cottage nearby. Which may be similar to flying economy class on airlines! It`s worth bearing this in mind when doing comparisons.
Not voting yet

Yes you would be in a seperate group of cottages about 60 metres from the main hotel. They look very pleasant and modern. It depends whether you don`t mind feeling like a third class passenger. A good thing is that the coast appears to be only about 1 km away and it looks as if you can get to it directly from the hotel.
There are various offers on their own website, but I think this offer for two is the cheapest, but in this case you really do (only) get what you pay for.
Edited by: "jasee" 8th Oct

jasee18 m ago

Nowhere does the OP mention the name of the hotel, which is Heacham Manor …Nowhere does the OP mention the name of the hotel, which is Heacham Manor Hotel. And they have their own websitehttps://www.heacham-manor.co.uk/I suspect as they mention "cottage stay" you wouldn`t actually be staying in the hotel. but in a cottage nearby. Which may be similar to flying economy class on airlines! It`s worth bearing this in mind when doing comparisons.Not voting yet


"Overnight accommodation in a Standard Cottage room, with full Norfolk breakfast, for two" which is: heacham-manor.co.uk/sta…ard

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jasee25 m ago

Nowhere does the OP mention the name of the hotel, which is Heacham Manor …Nowhere does the OP mention the name of the hotel, which is Heacham Manor Hotel. And they have their own websitehttps://www.heacham-manor.co.uk/I suspect as they mention "cottage stay" you wouldn`t actually be staying in the hotel. but in a cottage nearby. Which may be similar to flying economy class on airlines! It`s worth bearing this in mind when doing comparisons.Not voting yet Yes you would be in a seperate group of cottages about 60 metres from the main hotel. They look very pleasant and modern. It depends whether you don`t mind feeling like a third class passenger. A good thing is that the coast appears to be only about 1 km away and it looks as if you can get to it directly from the hotel.There are various offers on their own website, but I think this offer for two is the cheapest, but in this case you really do (only) get what you pay for.



Less than 10 minutes' drive from Old Hunstanton's sandy beach, Heacham Manor Hotel

The cottage reference is the name of the room i.e "Standard Cottage room"

Thoughtful29 m ago

What exactly is a Norfolk breakfast? a Turkey sausage and Turkey bacon …What exactly is a Norfolk breakfast? a Turkey sausage and Turkey bacon perhaps?

I live in Norfolk and have no idea either

andywedge4 m ago

Less than 10 minutes' drive from Old Hunstanton's sandy beach, Heacham …Less than 10 minutes' drive from Old Hunstanton's sandy beach, Heacham Manor HotelThe cottage reference is the name of the room i.e "Standard Cottage room"



Corrected my mistake,, sorry, I`m doing this from Japan you khow on a Japanese keyboard!

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jasee5 m ago

Corrected my mistake,, sorry, I`m doing this from Japan you khow on a …Corrected my mistake,, sorry, I`m doing this from Japan you khow on a Japanese keyboard!



Lucky you. Japan is one of 3 countries on my bucket list.

andywedge10 m ago

Lucky you. Japan is one of 3 countries on my bucket list.



Should be I think .and flights can be cheap if you don`t mind one stop, decent accomodation can be less than the price per night of this hotel for two quite near the centre of Toyko

But Japanese keyboards have up to five options on each key and revert to Japanese at a moment`s notice!
Of course you can take your own laptop

andywedge21 m ago

Lucky you. Japan is one of 3 countries on my bucket list.


Me too, Rugby world cup in 2 years.

Thoughtful2 h, 52 m ago

What exactly is a Norfolk breakfast? a Turkey sausage and Turkey bacon …What exactly is a Norfolk breakfast? a Turkey sausage and Turkey bacon perhaps?


Chitterlings

Has anyone actually ever been swayed into buying anything because it includes "A glass of prosecco on arrival"?
How much of a deal clincher is that really?

What is a Norfolk breakfast?

rugbymike19 h, 3 m ago

I live in Norfolk and have no idea either

No it's surrounded in mystery. But I'm told it's Norfolk and good.
Edited by: "schnorbitz" 9th Oct

Thoughtful11 h, 19 m ago

What exactly is a Norfolk breakfast? a Turkey sausage and Turkey bacon …What exactly is a Norfolk breakfast? a Turkey sausage and Turkey bacon perhaps?




I’ve made a few notes. Yes, bacon – ten on ten, button mushrooms – bingo, black pudding – snap, erm, minor criticism, more distance between the eggs and the beans. I may want to mix them, but I want that to be my decision. Use a sausage as a breakwater.

I stayed here in August and stayed in a cottage room. I can't fault it. The only issue we had was that we couldn't get the room to cool down. A fan was provided, but it was uncomfortably hot. Not that they can predict the weather! The cottages are separate to the main building, and have their own parking area. For breakfast you had a choice of a full English, or bacon cobs, eggs on toast etc... all cooked to order, plus fresh pastries, cereals, fruit, yoghurt and juice which was all self service. It's a golfing hotel, and you can walk through the golf course to reach the beach. It's a fantastic base to explore from. Approx 30 minutes from Sandringham (if that), and not too far from Wells-next-to-sea. The only thing I would say is that the food in the evening is pricey. It's good, but pricey. We found a lovely pub just down the road, King William IV in Sedgeford, and the food was excellent.

Call hotel 1st and check availabilty. Bit of a cheek that all dates i wanted were unavailable with this voucher but there are rooms available if i pay direct to manor and full price. I wasnt even wanting wknd dates. Seems all thats left is next weekend.

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china_girly2k6 h, 16 m ago

I stayed here in August and stayed in a cottage room. I can't fault it. …I stayed here in August and stayed in a cottage room. I can't fault it. The only issue we had was that we couldn't get the room to cool down. A fan was provided, but it was uncomfortably hot. Not that they can predict the weather! The cottages are separate to the main building, and have their own parking area. For breakfast you had a choice of a full English, or bacon cobs, eggs on toast etc... all cooked to order, plus fresh pastries, cereals, fruit, yoghurt and juice which was all self service. It's a golfing hotel, and you can walk through the golf course to reach the beach. It's a fantastic base to explore from. Approx 30 minutes from Sandringham (if that), and not too far from Wells-next-to-sea. The only thing I would say is that the food in the evening is pricey. It's good, but pricey. We found a lovely pub just down the road, King William IV in Sedgeford, and the food was excellent.



Thanks for the advice and tips
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