The Wiveton Bell

Recommended in Alistair Sawday’s ‘Special Places to Stay’, The Wiveton Bell offers fine Bed and Breakfast accommodation.

The private entrance rooms are elegantly decorated and have south-facing patios, plus a range of modern amenities such as DVD libraries and iPod docks. Further indulgence is provided with REN aromatherapy toiletries, while a luxury breakfast hamper is delivered in the morning.

The Michelin Guide-recommended restaurant with an AA rosette for dining focuses on local specialities including oysters, mussels and lobster, while the Camra-approved bar offers several regional ales.

Situated in the Glaven Valley and once a thriving shipbuilding area before silting, Wiveton is a village of picturesque cottages and Wiveton Hall, a splendid 17th century Jacobean manor house. The downs offer fine coastal views.

Nearby is the Georgian and Flemish architecture and iconic windmill of Cley-next-the-Sea, where a rare bird sanctuary in the salt marshes is administered by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. Blakeney, famed for its basking seals, is within a ten-minute walk. The many further delights of the Heritage Coast can easily be explored by road or the Norfolk Coast Path.

The Georgian market town of Holt is a short journey, while the historic city of Norwich is a fifty-minute drive.

Principal Contact:
The Manager
+44 (0)1263 740101


The Wiveton Bell
Blakeney Road
NR25 7TL

52.944133 1.038037

The Wiveton Bell

Selected Features

  • Double Room from: £80
  • Number of Rooms: 4
  • AA rosette restaurant
  • Alfresco dining
  • Breakfast hampers
  • Children welcome
  • DVD/Blue Ray/iPod
  • Internet/Wi-Fi access
  • REN aromatherapy toiletries

Nearby Attractions

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