Marsham Arms Inn

The Marsham Arms Inn was opened in 1832 by Robert Marsham to give shelter to poor farm labourers. The wood beams and large open fireplace are original features of the hostelry.

The sixteen new or restored self-contained bedrooms are more contemporary, each one with a soothing pastel colour scheme. The inn has a restaurant renowned for its fresh home-cooked meals, the Oasis garden and free WiFi access.

The traditional village of Hevingham is just four miles from the historic market town of Aylsham and within easy reach of the Norfolk Broads, the beautiful North Norfolk coastline, and of course the National Trust’s Blickling Hall.

Norwich, with its Norman castle and two magnificent cathedrals is only twenty minutes drive away. The city centre has cobbled streets and lanes exuding medieval charm, including some remains of the ancient city walls, and a wealth of historic buildings.

The Norman cathedral is one of the finest in England, and the majestic castle with its fine twelfth century keep is prominently situated overlooking the city. All this contrasts with the modern, including the state-of-the-art Forum, Riverside development, celebrated open air market and two smart shopping malls.

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Principal Contact:
Nigel Bradley
Telephone:
+44 (0)1603 754268
Website:
www.marshamarms.co.uk
Email:

Address

Marsham Arms Inn
Holt Road
Hevingham
Norfolk
NR10 5NP

52.733484 1.219603

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Selected Features

  • Double Room from: £90.25
  • Number of Rooms: 16
  • Children's play area
  • Internet/Wi-Fi access
  • Jazz evenings
  • Packed lunches on request
  • Penthouse suite
  • Restaurant

Nearby Attractions

Eating Out

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