Welcome you’ve found the most relaxing Hotel in North Norfolk. The Number 1 Hotel to relax ,de stress, & unwind!
Imagine yourself in one of our beautiful en suite rooms in the heart of North Norfolk, with mouthwatering food served in our restaurant which is under the personal supervision of chef Proprietor Philip Lomax.
Enjoy seven acres of woodland gardens with beautiful walks in the National Trust’s Felbrigg Park just opposite the hotel.
You’re guaranteed a relaxing break.
Join us for one of our 2 night breaks
Available Sun-Fi 1st July-30th August from £255.00 Per Person Dinner Bed and Breakfast in a Bronze Standard Room
I cannot praise the Felbrigg Lodge Enough to express the wonderful two days we have spent. The location is tranquil , The accommodation is very comfortable and very clean. If you stay there on a bed and breakfast basis then you will have an excellent nights sleep and after being woken by the dawn chorus you will NOT be disappointed with the breakfast. My wife and I went on the b&b and dinner option and found the meals on both days of our stay to be 5* plus and served by a cheerful and helpful waitress who deserves a special mention SHARON . This is a little hidden gem in Norfolk which we will definitely revisit and should not be missed if you are visiting the area.
Very quiet and hidden out the way in tranquil country side.
Access to hot tub and pool, although the hot tub is shared with the other guests and access is restricted to opening times.
Food was lovely and the restaurant has a lovely intimate feel.
We have stayed on more then one occasion and will continue to return in the future.
Excellent level of customer service.
Reviewed 24 February 2017
I wanted to spend a couple of nights in a tranquil environment, in order to rest my voice due to a bout of laryngitis. Destiny brought me to Felbrigg Lodge! Philip and DeeDee are excellent hosts, with a similarly high calibre staff. The hotel is secluded and yet a stone’s throw from Felbrigg Hall and its estate (a beautiful 15-20 minute circuit well worth walking), and a short drive from Cromer (5 minutes) and other coastal towns villages. I stayed in Tamarisk, a beautiful suite with a comfortable Edwardian bed (and doubtless Egyptian cotton sheets – blissful to sleep on!), a large Edwardian wardrobe, en suite with a walk-in shower, and – the pièce de résistance on a chilly evening – a wood burner stove. I enjoyed swimming lengths in the indoor pool and a soak in the hot tub just outside in total seclusion, and splashed out on a Swedish massage in Sarah’s capable hands. There is a plentiful selection of hot breakfasts to choose from, as well as cereals and fruit; and I’m glad I splashed out on the works for dinner – it was delicious! I will not hesitate to return to Felbrigg Lodge for a few days away from it all, and I would recommend it warmly to friends, family and Trip Advisorites alike. Thank you, Philip and DeeDee, your staff, and Hugo, the black lab! 🙂