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Keswick Hotel
Walcott Rd
Bacton

Norwich
Norfolk

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An ideal base from which to explore the delightful North Norfolk Coast, the Keswick Hotel is a paradise for fishing, walking, golfing, bird watching, cycling, surfing, jet skiing and many other hobbies. Russell and Margaret offer you a warm welcome here at the Keswick Hotel (32 km/20 miles from Norwich, 16 km/10 miles from Cromer and 32 km/20 miles from Great Yarmouth), an enchanting seaside hotel with rooms overlooking the sea and surrounding countryside. We have direct access to the beautiful sandy beach just yards from the hotel, meaning you are assured of a tranquil break.

The reputation of the Keswick Hotel often attracts media attention and it has been featured on Anglia Television, Radio Norfolk, Animal Hospital and the Eastern Day Press. We offer guests a relaxed and peaceful coastal setting with comfortable en suite rooms, licensed bar, restaurant, disabled facilities and a large car park. The hotel can cater for all functions, including conferences.

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