Hoveton Hall

Despite the grandeur of this magnificent Broadland Estate built between 1809 and 1812, the owners emphasise the friendly welcome to their family home. The two elegant Bed and Breakfast rooms – one a suite – are furnished with period style, featuring ornate plasterwork and marble fireplaces, beautiful artwork and glazed bookcases. Fine linens, fresh flowers, bathrobes and pampering bath products are luxurious additions.

The owners will greet guests and show them around the hall and grounds and can provide evening meals by arrangement. An impressive breakfast made with local ingredients is served in the oak-panelled library. Self-catering accommodation is also available in a self-contained holiday cottage, the East Wing.

Hoveton Hall is surrounded by beautiful countryside in an enviable position for exploring Norfolk’s celebrated Broads. This internationally renowned National Park has more than one hundred miles of picturesque navigable waterways for boating and sailing. Local attractions very close to the Hall include Wroxham Barns, the Bure Valley Railway, and for children, the unique BeWILDerwood, an award-winning and innovative adventure park.

Beyond the Broads, within thirty minutes, are the sandy beaches and nature reserves of the North Norfolk Heritage Coast, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, and the traditional bucket and spade resorts of Cromer and Great Yarmouth. National Trust properties at Blickling and Felbrigg Hall are nearby and the historic medieval city of Norwich, with its great shopping and cultural facilities, is just ten miles away.

Principal Contact:
Harry and Rachel Buxton
+44 (0)1603 784297
+44(0)7900 893017


Hoveton Hall
Hoveton Hall Estate
NR12 8RJ

52.7281534 1.4282086

Hoveton Hall

Selected Features

  • Double Room from: £120
  • Number of Rooms: 2
  • Children welcome
  • Evening meal on request
  • Internet/Wi-Fi access
  • Large parkland grounds and gardens
  • Log fire
  • Luxury bath products
  • Tennis court
  • Wedding reception venue

Nearby Attractions

Eating Out


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