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The Norfolk Mead Hotel
Coltishall
Norfolk

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Welcome to our home. The Norfolk Mead Hotel. A former merchants house, we are approached via a secluded driveway leading to our lovely Georgian Country House on a quiet edge of The Norfolk Broads.

The first thing to strike you is the intensity of the silence and tranquility of the view down to the River Bure. Relax and enjoy our informal country house atmosphere with every luxury at your fingertips. Whether for a weekend break, overnight business trip of longer holiday we endeavour to offer guests a truly special experience with many individual touches and attentive service.

Each room is completely unique, individually furnished and full of character. Attention to detail is reflected in the highest quality bed linen and fabrics used. Extra touches include Norfolk lavender, fluffy towels, white cotton waffle bath robes, radio cd player, TV, hospitality tray, fresh fruit and mineral water in all rooms. All our rooms are non-smoking. Each room enjoys views of either the walled garden and pool area, the mead or the river. A room for every occassion.

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Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
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