- Bedrooms: 6
- Sleeps: 12
- Approximate Pricing: £33 - £45 P.P.P.N.
- AA Award: 4 Stars
4 En-suite Double Rooms and 2 En-suite Twin Rooms.
Homefield is a large Victorian house, which was previously owned by the Canon of Cromer. The house has been lovingly restored and refurbished with guest comfort in mind and offers great sea views from most of the rooms.
We are a family run bed and breakfast based in Norfolk, offering guests a 4 Star experience plus a wonderful home cooked breakfast made from only the freshest local produce.
There is ample car parking on-site.
We are based in the pretty, unspoilt coastal village of West Runton between Cromer and Sheringham. The area is famous for crab fishing. The village has a good selection of restaurants, including a local Inn. Here you can enjoy a lovely coastal or cliff top walk, with the beach less than 5 minutes walk away.
Guests can check in from 4.00pm onwards, however this can be flexible by prior arrangement
Guests are asked to depart by 10.30am
For the comfort and safety of our guests, Homefield is a fully non smoking guest house
Collection to and from local stations can be arranged in advance
Fully equipped ground floor toilet for people with disabilities.
We love animals, but pets are not allowed at Homefield - sorry.
We are pleased to welcome well-behaved children over the age of 14
Board games are available for those wintery evenings
There is a DVD library free of charge for those of you who wish to relax with a recent film or old favorite
All rooms have a guest information folder which includes whats on in and around North Norfolk.
The rooms are spacious and have decorated in warm complimentary and relaxing colours. Our beds are king size, double and twin combining both traditional and contemporary styles.
All the rooms are en suite and fully tiled. Each has a power shower or a deep bath ideal for a nice relaxing soak. Fluffy white towels are provided, and additional toiletries are available on request.
Tea and coffee making facilities are available in each room together with a remote controlled colour TV. The rooms come with individual heating controls for your own comfort. A guest information folder is in each room which gives general housekeeping information, along with local knowledge of the area and what's on in and around North Norfolk.
Binoculars are provided in the rooms to ensure you don't miss any of the exciting views, landmarks and wildlife that can be seen from the guest house.
We have Special Winter Promotions running from 15th Oct until 21st April excluding Bank Holidays. \"3 nights for the price of 2\" or \"One night get the second half price\"..
There is ample off street parking both sides of the House.
The area boasts picturesque villages such as Wells, Blakeney, Salthouse, magnificent country houses like Felbrigg, Holkham Hall, Bickling Hall and award winning unspoilt beaches such as Holkham and Brancaster, plus the daily musical and Christmas spectacular shows at the Thursford Collection
Also close by are famous nature reserves, wildlife parks and golf courses. North Norfolk is an ideal place to enjoy great coastal, woodland and nature walks.
Alternatively, you could just walk to the beach - the views speak for themselves.
Homefield Guest House makes an ideal relaxing retreat or touring base for North Norfolk, Norwich and the Broads. The coast is perhaps the jewel in Norfolk's crown. There are expansive sandy beaches with award winning blue flag beaches at Cromer and Sheringham. At Holkham and Wells-next-The Sea, pine woods edge the sand dunes; historic harbour villages such as Blakeney, Morston and Brancaster Staithe - with houses of red brick and flint construction - are all waiting to be explored.
The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has reserves for resident and migratory birds at Cley, Hickling and Holme. The Broadland Conservation Centre is at Ranworth.
The seal population at Blakeney Point can be visited by boat from Morston and Blakeney.
We are within a short drive of the Sheringham and Royal Cromer Golf Courses, both set on the cliffs overlooking the sea.
The North Norfolk Steam Railway runs regular trips from the lovely coastal scenery through Weybourne to Holt. The railway was runner-up in the Best Visitor Attraction in the Tourism in Norfolk Awards 2005.
Just through Weybourne is The Muckleborough Collection which is the UK's largest Privately Owned Working Military Museum.
Sandringham House, the country retreat of the Royal Family, is about an hour's drive away and is well worth a visit. A tour of the house is particularly interesting and there is also a museum, visitor centre and acres of beautiful grounds to explore.
Much closer to home (just over mile) is the National Trust's Felbrigg Hall with its lovely house, orangery and lakeside walk. Other attractive National Trust walking can be found at Roman Camp (West Runton) and at Sheringham Park. Within a twenty minute drive is one of the Trust's flagship properties, Blickling Hall.
Horse riding is available from the Shire Horse Centre in our village of West Runton. If you don't ride the Centre is a facinating place to visit with its talks and demonstrations by these magnificent animals.
If you're looking for theatres, try the Pavilion Theatre at the end of Cromer's Victorian Pier, famous for its annual Summer Seaside Special Show, the Little Theatre at Sheringham, the Auden Theatre in Holt or the Theatre Royal in Norwich. If you can get a ticket the Chistmas Spectacular at Thursford is a must.
Norwich (35 minutes to the airport) boasts some of the finest medieval architecture in Britain, with its cathedral, Norman castle, city walls, half-timbered houses and intricate network of winding medieval streets. The impressive cathedral spire dominates a city with an abundance of things to do. Inside the castle is a fascinating museum; the stunning modern architecture of The Forum is home to the Origins attraction and the American Memorial library. The Castle Mall and Chapelfield shopping centres, together with the traditional shopping streets and the extensive street market, make Norwich one of the premier shopping centres in the UK. There is a useful Park and Ride for the City Centre at the airport.
A short drive from Homefield Guest House lies the edge of the Norfolk Broads, Britain's finest inland waterway. The extensive network of rivers and shallow lakes with small waterside villages can be visited by car but its best discovered by boat. Day boats can be hired from one of the many boatyards..This B&B has its own website: http://www.homefieldguesthouse.co.uk
Homefield Guest House is the perfect base for visiting the North Norfolk Coast.
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Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.