Our six luxury rooms overlook the tranquil village green in the beautiful Hamlet of Wiveton. A mile from the coastal resort of Blakeney, two miles from the scenic Saltmarshes of Cley Next to Sea and just a short drive from the affluent mark... Read more

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The Wiveton Bell

(5 Guest Reviews)

Guest Ratings

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 4.6
  • Value 4.8
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 4.8
  • Facilities 4.4
  • Service 4.8
  • Location 4.4

Review Overall Rating

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  • 4.6
Tim Mature couple Stayed: Feb 17

Nicely delivered accommodation and service

3 day break. The room (Gallery) is nicely presented with many thoughtful touch to make the stay comfortable. We received a warm welcome from the owner and efficient service from
Staff. A few minor issues with the room set up were dealt with graciously. 2 very good evening meals
In the pub. Read more

Likes?
Nice room. Excellent pub food. Friendly service.
Dislikes?
Breakfast could be improved with some fresh fruit.
4
John Mature couple Stayed: Feb 17

Quirky delight

With dodgy weather forecast we wanted secure warmth for a planned weekend meeting with family. The Bell is where we eat with them so an offer price was irresistible. The room was spacious and very comfortable; the shower room as big as any we've had outside the amazing Anndy Warhol Art Hotel in Berlin, and the fridge with on-the-house prosecco, orange juice and milk superb. Breakfat croissants, petit pain au chocolat and a newspaper of choice is delivered in a thermal bag so what more could we a Read more

Likes?
Luxury provision of bathrobes and very efficient service. Staff in the restaurant were delightful and the food is excellent.
Dislikes?
We had problems with electricity tripping out and this disabled the heating that, until then, had been excellent. It will be corrected. Management offered a compensatory bottle: gratefully accepted.
5
Alexandra Mature couple Stayed: Feb 17

Stylish accommodation

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Likes?
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Dislikes?
None
5
Georgina Young couple Stayed: Jan 17

Relaxing weekend, very hospitable staff

We drove down from London to spend a weekend getting some sea air. The Wiveton Bell was s easy to find and there was lots of parking. The staff were very hospitable on reception and helped us to our room and asked if were eating - we had reserved anyway but I get the feeling they would have squeezed us in if not. The library room was cosy but really nicely done and out and to a high spec (e.g. Bathroom). Complimentary drinks in the minibar, tea and coffee, biscuits available. Read more

Likes?
Breakfast delivered to room in morning - fresh bread, pastries, milk, paper. Very friendly and helpful staff. Quiet location, room very dark when shutters closed. Easy walk to a Cley. Great restaurant
Dislikes?
A couple of tempting items on menu had run out, which was upsetting! However the food we ordered was great.
5
David Mature couple Stayed: Dec 16

Wish We'd Stayed Longer

Enjoyable. Warm, friendly greeting, efficient pleasant service. Read more

Response

Thank you for your review David very much appreciated we look forward to seeing you soon have a lovely Christmas

Likes?
All of the above. The roaring log fire, the attentiveness of the staff. The quality of the food. Looking forward to a return visit.
Dislikes?
No.
4

The Wiveton Bell Information

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Free Internet access (high speed) in public areas
  • Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
  • Restaurant
  • On-site parking

Policies

  • Check in: 15:00 till 22:00
  • Early check-in available on request
  • Check out: 10:30
  • Late check-out available
  • Child Policy: Children welcome
  • Smoking Policy: No smoking
  • Pets: No pets

Description

he Wiveton Bell situated on the Village Green and close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just two minutes drive or ten minutes walk from Blakeney. The Bell is proud to be award an Inspectors choice ‘Bibendum Stamp’ in this years 2015 Michelin Guide for Eating Out in Pubs. Fans of the guide will know this is a truly fantastic accolade and one of which we are immensely proud. There's a lively, cheerful atmosphere at the Bell, an 18th-century pub on the village green a mile from Blakeney and North Norfolk's salt marshes, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Expect a chic interior, with heritage-coloured walls, stripped beams, chunky tables and oak-planked floors. Paintings by local artists line the walls of the cosy bar and conservatory dining room, where four local Norfolk ales, Aspall's cider and a carefully selected wine list hold sway. In winter, the inglenook and roaring fire is perfect to sit and mingle with the locals and walkers (wellies are welcome). Home comforts include Flat screen TV’s, blue ray DVD and media library, blue tooth speakers, Wi Fi and Lifestyle and Local Interest Magazines. A hamper breakfast which includes fresh warm croissants from Blakeney Deli arrives at 8.45 along with a newspaper of your choice. Venture out at your leisure we service your room at any time to suit you before lunch. On arrival complimentary Prosecco will indulge your sense of relaxation and further treats are in store by way of our multi award winning Gastro Pub an Inspectors Favourite in the Michelin Pub guide 2016. Cley-next-the-sea, two miles away, is a mecca for birdwatchers and walkers alike. Here you will find ‘Made in Cley’ and ‘Pink Foot’ two exceptional galleries, also Picnic Fayre Deli and Cley Smokehouse. The beaches particularly at Holkham and Wells are world renowned for their magnificent beauty and cleanliness.

On-site parking,

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