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The Willow House
2 High Street
Watton

Thetford
Norfolk

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Located in Watton, a Market Town in Central Norfolk, The Willow House is a beautiful sixteenth century thatched, grade two listed building. The Inn and restaurant were cottages that have now been converted into a period picture post card hostelry, with en-suit chalet style rooms available, which are tourist board accredited The Willow House offers a very traditional and cosy atmosphere, where you are surrounded by old wooden beams and large fireplaces.

At the Willow House we are pleased to offer guest accommodation which has earned a Four Diamond rating from the English Tourist Board. The Chalet style rooms are purpose built, spacious and comfortable. All rooms are either Doubles or Twins. Some Family rooms are available.

We strive to use locally produced goods but with worldly themes. We hope to satisfy all who come to eat with us, whether its a full course dinner from our A La Carte menu in our restaurant, a choice from our Table D'hote special menus available, a home-made Light-Bite from our Bar menu, or just a sandwich made with 'real' bread.

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Ratings/Awards: ETB 4 Diamonds

Price per Room:

Double: From £65
Twin: From £65
Single: From £50 - Single occupancy
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