Heacham Manor Hotel is the perfect location for exploring the surrounding coast and countryside of North and West Norfolk. The pretty driveway winds its way down to the hotel. In the beautiful gardens, you will see an ancient Mulberry tree, which - legend holds - was planted by Pocahontas during a visit to Heacham with her husband John Rolfe.
What makes a stay at Heacham Manor Hotel unique?
If you ask visitors if there's one thing that stands out you'll be told - the great Norfolk Beaches. North West Norfolk has some of the very best family-friendly and dog-friendly beaches in the UK.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the King's Lynn area?
Whether you're a seasoned pro or an enthusiastic novice, you'll find that Heacham Manor's 18 hole course is a worthy and enjoyable challenge. Now in to it's 6th growing season (the hotel was a working farm up until 2008), the greens are fabulous and the fairways have matured well. There is also a driving range, a putting practice area and a 9 hole course on the neighbouring leisure resort which you can access from the hotel.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
All are welcome to enjoy the homemade and seasonal offering prepared by the Mulberry Restaurant's talented team of chefs, who are overseen by Head Chef Johnnie Kidd. Whenever possible the AA Rosette Mulberry Restaurant strives to take full advantage of the wealth of fantastic produce on its doorstep. Norfolk being such a prolific farming county there certainly is plenty of delectable offerings to be had.