- Bedrooms: 5
- Sleeps: 14
- Approximate Pricing: £55 - £62 P.P.P.N.
- AA Award: 4 Stars
3 double ensuites, 2 family en-suites
Visit Britain awarded Mount Amelia with a Gold Award to reflect its very high level of quality. Properties achieving the Gold Award have exceptional levels of quality, comfort and cleanliness in bedrooms and bathrooms, and outstanding levels of customer care and food.
Mount Amelia was built in 1745 and is one of the finest examples of a Grade-II listed property within Norfolk. Today it offers luxury bed and breakfast from its beautifully presented and well equipped rooms within the Hall. Each room has recently been refurbished and has commanding views down over the Norfolk coast or over the park land.
All rooms have been finished to the highest standard and include choices of a double or four poster bed, modern conveniences such as TV/DVD/i-pod dock and large luxury ensuite bathrooms in 3 of the rooms. The breakfast menu includes a full English breakfast with all the locally-sourced trimmings, toast, fruit juice and freshly ground coffee.
Guests can also enjoy use of the drawing room in the early evening which is a great spot to watch fantastic sunsets over the Norfolk coast as the sun disappears into the Wash.
For larger self-catering group bookings of up to 34 please visit www.mountamelia.com.
Set in 30 acres of private grounds and parkland. There is ample parking space and guests also have use of the Hall terrace with stunning views across the Wash.
Mount Amelia is perfectly appointed overlooking the North Norfolk coast with views out over to Snettisham Wild Life Reserve. Local villages and towns such as Hunstanton, Thornham, Titchwell, Brancaster and Burnham Market are a short drive away.
Nearby are many Historical houses to visit - Royal Sandringham and its grounds, Houghton Hall, Holkham Hall as well as some National Trust house.
Peddar's Way and the North Norfolk Coastal path as two famous pathway to enjoy too. There are many wonderful and pubs/restaurant close by to enjoy by day or evening.
There is an endless list of places to visit and things to do, including Arts, Birdwatching, Clay pigeon shooting, Cycling, Golfing, Historic Houses, Horse-riding, Kite-surfing, Sailing, Shopping, Walking, Water sports and more.
Please ask for more information about any of the above or any other activity and we will be pleased to help you book (booking fee applies)..
Beautiful, large en-suite rooms with fabulous views across The Wash or parkland. .
Ask the owner, Mrs. Victoria Bray a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.