Greenbanks

Greenbanks was built in 1702 as an inn, and retains its original charm and rural character, while providing luxurious accommodation with easy access and self-contained suites for family groups. The Greenbanks breakfasts have won an ETB Breakfast Award. An excellent restaurant features fresh local produce, while a magnificent indoor heated hydro-therapy pool has sauna, Jacuzzi and spa facilities.

Self-catering accommodation is also available in two comfortable and well-appointed apartments adjacent to the hotel. First floor bedrooms here overlook the fishing lake, and the ground floor bedrooms have many facilities for disabled guests including wheelchair access,low level baths and adjustable beds.

The hotel has won awards for supporting sustainable development for its tree and wild flower planting; there are walks in the peaceful grounds and along local footpaths as well as fishing in the well stocked lakes.

Greenbanks is between the bustling market towns of Swaffham and Dereham and there are many local attractions within easy reach.

The medieval port town of King’s Lynn is is just twenty miles away with many fine streets and ancient maritime buildings to explore. Royal Sandringham, Houghton Hall and the long sandy beaches of the stunning North Norfolk Heritage Coast are also easily accessible.

The magnificent cathedral city of Norwich, steeped in history and offering a rare blend of medieval treasures and modern sophistication is under an hour’s drive.

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Principal Contact:
Julie Savage-Lock
Telephone:
+44 (0)1362 687742
Website:
greenbankshotel.co.uk
Email:

Address

Greenbanks Hotel
Main Road
Great Fransham
Norfolk
NR19 2NA

52.680304 0.841875

Greenbanks Hotel

Selected Features

  • Double Room from: £110
  • Number of Rooms: 9
  • Children welcome
  • Disabled Access
  • ETB Breakfast Award
  • Indoor pool and spa
  • Internet/Wi-Fi access
  • Jacuzzi
  • Private fishing lake
  • Dogs welcome

Nearby Attractions

Eating Out

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