Old Brewery House

Once known as the Dial House due to its distinctive sun dial above the entrance, the Old Brewery House was built in 1729 and retains several original features including traditional staircases and wood panelling.

A range of 23 well-appointed rooms with modern amenities is available, many offering views over the historic Market Place.

The Conservatory and Garden Room restaurant offers formal fine dining, while more relaxed offerings are available in the bar, all with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, squash courts, sauna and solarium.

The hotel overlooks the Market Place with its mellow, Flemish-influenced 18th Century architecture, where the weekly Wednesday market has been held since a charter was granted in 1277. The old railway station leads to Marriot’s Way, a twenty-one mile footpath, and Reepham is situated between the Wensum and Bure valleys. Other attractions include the gothic towers of nearby Booton’s highly individual church.

The Old Brewery House is well located for exploring the historic architecture, culture and shopping of Norwich. The magnificent Norfolk Broads and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast are within thirty minutes’ drive.

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Principal Contact:
The Manager
+44 (0)1603 870881


Old Brewery House
Market Square
NR10 4JJ

52.7626877 1.1107465

Old Brewery House

Selected Features

  • Number of Rooms: 23
  • Children welcome
  • Four Poster bed
  • Gym
  • Indoor swimming pool and solarium
  • Internet/Wi-Fi access
  • Squash courts
  • Dogs welcome

Nearby Attractions

Eating Out


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