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A New Treasure to be Found within the Heart of the Norfolk BroadsBroad House Hotel, opened in September 2007 is a 16th Century Queen Anne country estate house set in 24 acres of beautiful countryside and located on the doorstep of the tranquil Wroxham Broads. Broad House intends to be a luxurious hotel with all the rings of tradition, with a dash of contemporary spice. It will be able to cater for every demand, from romantic holidays, weddings and delightful lunches and suppers, to corporate hospitality, conferences, exhibitions, confidential meetings and private boat trips.It has nine huge en suite bedrooms, two of which have four poster beds. Every room has its own identity, designed to complement each of the individual views available from the different areas of the house. Room prices will start from £130 per night, including breakfast. Current rates are from 1st September 2007 - 31st March 2008 and exclude Christmas, New Year, Valentines and Easter.

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