By Michael Edwards on Nov 01, 2020 in Accommodation, Europe, Featured, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Leisure Travel, Regions, Restaurants, Spas & Pampering, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe
Carved kingfishers and waders, an oil painting of deer flitting through the forest, a Norfolk estuary at sunset. Congham Hall Hotel and Spa, where you hear the birdsong, is a haven, a rural celebration of one of Britain’s most restful counties.
Congham Hall Hotel, built in the 1780s, is a whitewashed Georgian mansion complete with portico. Lovingly curated by Ruth and Nicholas Dickinson, once of Chewton Glen and Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, the Hall mains the balance, elegance and symmetry of its Georgian origins but with contemporary comfort and style.
With just 26 rooms, the friendly and experienced local staff, have the time to welcome guests and take them to their room.
Safety dominates. Registration form and plastic wrapped key are already in the form.
Looking out over a walled formal garden, Anise, with a huge size-bed and sofa, is classed as one of the “Best House Rooms”.
Thoughtfully designed, there are pegs for coats waiting just inside the door. The bespoke television stand is also a tea-tray that rolls out to give easy access to a Krups coffee-maker and kettle. Below is a mini-fridge for fresh milk and a cubby-hole for the cookie-jar: irresistible white chocolate and raspberry cookies.
More design genius is exhibited by two mini-walk-in wardrobes – to the left and right – behind the wall hosting the huge bed and its headboard.
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