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Welcome to The Hoste

Address: The Green, Burnham Market, Burnham Market, PE31 8HD

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Situated in the centre of Burnham Market, The Hoste boasts a beauty spa, an award-winning restaurant, luxury bedrooms, and self-catering cottages over various locations within the historic village. Featuring free Wi-Fi and free private parking, this boutique resort is just 2 miles from Norfolk’s sandy beaches. Offering a flat-screen TV with Sky channels and tea and coffee making facilities, the uniquely designed accommodation lies across 6 individual properties. The bathrooms feature luxurious Molton Brown toiletries. Many boast a free-standing bath, pretty terrace, or views over the village green. The Hoste’s sophisticated restaurant serves a modern British menu. For a more informal dining experience, guests can eat in the conservatory, lounge, garden, or bar. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced, seasonal produce. Meals can be complemented with a drink from the extensive wine cellar. Located in the courtyard wing of the 17th century property, The Hoste Beauty Spa offers a range of specialist treatments and a hot tub. Burnham Market is surrounded by acclaimed nature reserves, picturesque villages, and historic market towns.

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Sandringham House - Historical Houses

Sandringham House - Historical Houses

Distance 11.93 miles (19.09 km)
Sandringham House is the country retreat of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, built by King Edward VII and passed down as a private home through three generations of monarchs. Family portraits, Porcelain, Jade and crystal Silver and silver gilt, Bronze and marble sculptures, Guns and oriental armour, Personal mementoes, An exhibition entitled 'Faithful Companions' is on display in the Ballroom.. Fascinating Museum in the old coach and stable block with diverse and unique displays of Royal life and estate history. There is wheelchair access throughout - helpers are admitted free. A small number of wheelchairs are available on loan on a 'first come, first served' basis.

Castle Rising Castle - Norfolk - Castle

Castle Rising Castle - Norfolk - Castle

Distance 14.96 miles (23.94 km)
Castle Rising Castle
Norfolk
A fine 12th-century domestic keep, set amid huge defensive earthworks and once the palace and home to Isabella, the She Wolf of France, dowager Queen of England. The keep walls stand to their original height.

Castle Acre Priory - Norfolk - Castle

Castle Acre Priory - Norfolk - Castle

Distance 16.84 miles (26.95 km)
A pit stop for pilgrims over the centuries, with a recreated herb garden. The delightful village of Castle Acre boasts an extraordinary wealth of history and is a good example of Norman estate planning. Situated on the Peddars Way, Castle Acre was originally built as a fortified town, protected by its own banks, gateways and ditch. While the town provided for the material needs of the occupants of the castle, the Cluniac priory was built to cater for their spiritual requirements. Castle Acre Priory was inspired by the monastery at Cluny in France and was home to a community of monks until 1537, when Henry VIII disbanded all monastic houses. The village stands on the Pilgrim routes to Thetford, Bromholm Priory and Walsingham.

Kings Lynn Centre - Town Centre

Kings Lynn Centre - Town Centre

Distance 18.72 miles (29.95 km)
King's Lynn is an historic medieval port dating back to the 12th century, situated on the River Great Ouse. King's Lynn has maintained its thriving commercial heart and relative prosperity. While the winding streets and alleys of the old town remain intact, Lynn also boasts an extensive, pedestrianised shopping area, with a lively combination of national retailers, specialist shops and family businesses. Lynn still has bustling markets held on the informatively named Tuesday and Saturday Market Places. The Corn Exchange - is a grade II Listed Building on the Tuesday Market Place, home to a multi-purpose venue for concert and community use.