All rooms are well appointed, each individually decorated to a high standard. All rooms feature an ensuite bath or shower, central heating, flat screen television, CD, USB port, radio, tea and coffee making facilities and direct-dial phone.
The property was built in the 18th century and for many years was owned by a series of doctors. During these years it was extended and also hosted many distinguished guests including Agatha Christie, who regularly visited Norfolk. The building was converted into a hotel in 1972 and guests have been welcomed ever since.