Whichever room you pick, you can be sure your fellow guests won’t have the same story to tell the following morning. Each of the 14 rooms posseses its own unique personality and traits, with the lavish ‘Boudoir’, romantic ‘Fantouche’ and the redder than ‘Red Room’ leading the pack.
However, that’s not the only reasons why you would stay at Strattons. The intimate hotel is renowned for its locally produced organic food served either in The Rustic, the hotel restaurant, or CoCoes, a cafe deli tempting you with mouthwatering home prepared treats.
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Strattons offers self catering options in its two lovely apartments where polished wood, cozy designer furniture and plenty of natural light dominates the decor.
14 rooms – Seagull, Venetian (wooden hand-carved bed), Portico, Fantouche (glamorous), Linen, Boudoir (wall frescas), Eddie, Opium (split-level with a four-poster), Stalls, Red Room (luscious), Cocoes One and Two, Print One and Two (per friendly apartments).
Top rooms – the lavish Boudoir, romantic Fantouche’ and the redder than Red Room.
Rooms range from £155 to £230 including breakfast.Eat & Drink
The Rustic, serving seasonal organic produce, is an award winning establishment open daily from 6.30pm and every Sunday for Lunch. CoCoes, the café deli right next to the hotel’s entrance, is the casual option, but in no way less enticing with its coffee, teas, organic wine, local beers, homemade cakes & cookies, light bites and tasty take out.
There is a cozy sitting room in which to enjoy a drink, either from the restaurant, deli or your own minibar.Activities
You’ll have to find your own fix.Relaxation
Your bedroom and the small grounds.Essentials
Parking – available on site at a charge.
Wifi – free in some areas.
Room service – not as such but the restaurant is happy to send something up to your room and there’s an honesty bar in every room for late-night drinks.
Children – welcomed with assistance provided.
Pets – allowed by prior arrangement in some rooms only.
4 Ash Close
Norfolk PE37 7NH