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The best 5-star hotels from Voyage Privé in Norfolk

At the present time, we do not offer any 5-star hotels in Norfolk itself on Voyage Privé. However, our team does have some excellent recommendations for fabulous properties in nearby Suffolk and Essex. These 5-star accommodations are located under 1 hour and 30 minutes from Norfolk by car, which makes them an excellent choice for members who want to arrange convenient day trips to the historic county.

Top 2 of the best 5-star hotels from Voyage Privé around Norfolk

1. Retreat East 5*

Home to 26 luxurious rooms and barn accommodations, the Retreat East 5* is located just 20 minutes from Ipswich and is one of the most popular 5-star hotels around Norfolk. Although the unique, dog-friendly accommodation has a rustic feel, it features an array of modern amenities. It is situated close to the charming local villages of Hemingstone and Coddenham. The property is located only 1 hour and 20 minutes to the southeast of Norfolk, which makes it a great option for travellers who want to visit the historic county during their holiday.

The hotel's on-site amenities and features include the Great Barn restaurant, outdoor parking, a bike rental, a Jacuzzi, a spa and a fitness centre. During your stay, you will be comfortably accommodated in your choice of a 1 or 2-bedroom barn. This deal is based on a bed and breakfast stay.

What we like: We love the unique atmosphere of this 5-star property with its luxuriously appointed barns. Its spa and dining facilities add to the appeal of this accommodation, which is an excellent choice for travellers who want to explore nearby areas like Norfolk.

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2. The Coach House at The Pheasant 5*

The Coach House at The Pheasant 5* is a unique gastropub and accommodation located on the Essex/Suffolk border. Home to 5 rooms, it is another one of the most recommended options for members looking for 5-star hotels around Norfolk. Past accolades include being named the AA Pub of the Year for England in 2014/2015.

The property's on-site amenities include a bar, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi. Your offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay or a dinner bed and breakfast stay with a glass of Prosecco upon your arrival. You can choose accommodation in a luxury room or a suite room.

What we like: We love the uniqueness of this fabulous gastropub and 5-star accommodation. Well-appointed rooms and an impressive selection of menu items to delight your tastebuds add to the appeal of choosing this property for your getaway to Essex. The hotel is also less than 1 hour and 30 minutes to the south of Norfolk, which makes it a great choice if you want to include day trips to the iconic county during your getaway.

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5 things to see/do in Norfolk

1. Norwich Cathedral

Built between 1096 and 1145, Norwich Cathedral is one of the most iconic architectural masterpieces that you can visit during a visit to the historic Norfolk region. It features a spire that soars to a height of 96 metres, which makes it among the tallest in England. The church is notable for having preserved its Norman heritage better than any other similar structure across the country. During your visit, take note of the 14 bays and massive columns of the building's nave.

2. Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth has been one of the top coastal destinations in the UK for centuries. It is home to one of the most popular beaches. This stretch of golden sand extends for 24 kilometres. During your visit to the area, you can entertain yourself with local attractions such as the Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life and the Merrivale Model Village. The Britannia Pier is home to a fun fair, an arcade, restaurants and a pair of late-night bars.

3. Explore Norwich's historic districts

An exploration of Norwich's historic districts is another must during your time in Norfolk. We suggest taking some time to discover the major points of interest in areas that include the city centre, Tombland Alley, the Close and the Cathedral Quarters.

4. The Broads

The Broads is a low-lying area of Norwich that is perfect for those who want to spend time surrounded by nature. It is home to natural rivers and lakes. There are also man-made waterways that are accessed by boats and canoes. You will also find spots of secluded woodland that are ideal for those seeking some peace and quiet.

5. Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea is another highly recommended spot for beach lovers spending time at a 5-star hotel around Norfolk. Its sands are surrounded by stunning areas of pine forest. Make sure to take the time to explore the nearby town, where you will find plenty of artisan shops and galleries.

What is the best 5-star hotel around Norfolk from Voyage Privé?

With an excellent review track record from members who have stayed there in the past, our travel team at Voyage Privé has chosen the Retreat East 5* as our top pick among 5-star hotels around Norfolk. Its location on a former 16th-century farm and its convenient proximity to charming local villages and Suffolk's county town of Ipswich are other factors that make this property a great choice. When you add mouth-watering cuisine served at the Great Barn restaurant and rejuvenating treatments offered at the on-site spa, it is easy to see why this is such a popular option among members who want to explore this part of England. Guests also appreciate the uniqueness of the barn accommodations this 5-star hotel features.

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