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In a “great setting” on the “beautiful” north Norfolk coast, the Snaith family’s Victorian boutique hotel (est. 1988) provides an “inventive” fine dining experience; “maybe there are one or two elements too many in just a few dishes, but this is generally good food cooked with passion.”
Owned by the Snaith family since 1988, a Victorian farmhouse-turned-plush-boutique-hotel on the north Norfolk coast, where “everything is of such a high standard” – not least desserts “beyond belief”.
A “wonderful, small family-run hotel on a beautiful part of the north Norfolk coast”, owned by the Snaiths for a quarter of a century; it’s tipped for some “very imaginative cooking, including lovely fresh seafood”.
Some of “the best food on the North Norfolk coast” is to be had at this Victorian farmhouse/hotel, for a quarter of a century in the ownership of the Snaith family; the “very imaginative” cuisine includes some “great seafood”.
Both are in the capable hands of Head Chef Eric Snaith.
Overlooking the walled garden, the contemporary Conservatory Restaurant serves a seven course set menu each evening of modern European cuisine displaying Eric's eclectic style and flair for award winning food. If advised on booking we can offer a vegetarian menu, as well as cater to dietary requirements. On Sunday, the restaurant and brasserie menus combine to offer a mixture of styles as well as a traditional Sunday roast. Each evening the a la carte menu is also available. Guests may dine in the Conservatory Restaurant for lunch on Sundays 12 - 2.30pm.