Your visit to the Ancient Mariner Inn needn’t end with a meal. Right next door, you will find the luxurious Le Strange Arms Hotel, rated four stars by the AA and offering 43 en-suite bedrooms. One of Norfolk’s friendliest hotels, the rooms are well appointed, some with sea views, and all have as standard tea and coffee tray, free internet access, satellite tv, hairdryer, trouser press, direct dial telephone and clock radio. The hotel offers a wide choice of comfortable accommodation. There are a range of offers throughout the year; you will surely be tempted to stay a while.
Breakfast and dinner is served in the delightful Le Strange Brasserie and Bar, or guests may choose to eat in the stylish Oak Bar or back at the Ancient Mariner Inn.
If it’s a self-catering break you’re looking for, then look no further than The Boat House, two stylish modern apartments in the grounds of the hotel with two and three double bedrooms respectively. Guests have easy access to the pub and hotel facilities, whilst enjoying all the freedom of their own self-catering accommodation. All bedrooms are en-suite with satellite tv, direct dial telephone and free internet access. Each apartment has a fully-equipped kitchenette and lounge/diner which leads out to the balcony and sea views beyond.