Thursday, November 19, 2015
A luxurious retreat in a picturesque village, surrounded by beautiful English countryside only a stone’s throw away from an idyllic coast line. This is the dreamlike reality of The Hoste, a nationally acclaimed 4-star hotel and one of the top Norfolk Hotels UK wide. Over the years it has grown considerably and is now one of the finest boutique hotels in the UK. Stylish and welcoming and serving delicious seasonal, locally-sourced food with an extensive wine cellar, the hotel now boasts 62 elegantly styled bedrooms and the luxurious Hoste Beauty Spa. Set in the heart of Nelson’s county, The Hoste overlooks The Green in the beautiful Georgian village of Burnham Market. It is located in an area rich in wildlife, historical buildings, stately homes, ancient churches, working windmills, museums, craft centres and chocolate-box villages.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
The Hoste is recognised as one of the top luxury boutique hotels in Norfolk and has achieved this status through offering the highest standards of hospitality from exceptional service to outstanding food and sumptuous accommodation. The Hoste is recommended by the internationally renowned agency ‘Mr and Mrs Smith’ a leading directory for boutique hotels and has been widely praised by travel writers reviewing the area. The hotel comprises various different properties offering 62 individually designed rooms. There is the main hotel with its 37 diverse yet indulgent bedrooms, the elegant and extravagant Vine House, self-catering luxury cottages and the quirky and romantic Railway |House and carriage set on the old village train tracks. Not only is there a range of superb accommodation to choose from, the hotel also has a peaceful and serene Beauty Spa for ultimate holiday pampering and relaxation.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
For those seeking anything from a romantic retreat to a sightseeing getaway, The Hoste in Burnham Market is ideal. It is one of the top Norfolk luxury hotels and has a beautiful range of bedrooms to complement your stay in the area. Vine House across the village green from the main hotel has 8 elegantly styled rooms all luxuriously furnished for that touch of holiday extravagance. Vine House has its own walled garden and drawing room where you can enjoy a drink or relax and devour your favourite novel. This beautiful asset to the hotel would be the perfect place for a large group perhaps attending a wedding or event in the area due to its privacy and more exclusive feel.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
For those looking for an escape and an opportunity to immerse themselves in tranquility, a spa break in Norfolk at The Hoste in Burnham Market, is the perfect answer. Burnham Market and the nearby coastline is a wonderfully undiscovered area rich in history and wild beauty, the ideal place for a relaxing and indulgent holiday. The Hoste is at the centre of Burnham Market and at the heart of the North Norfolk Coast. This luxury spa hotel in Norfolk has a private garden with a six-seater hot tub and comfortable, relaxing sun loungers perfect for a pre-dinner or a post-coastal walk wind-down. The area surrounding The Hoste makes it an ideal place for a spa break. Having revitalised in the serenity of the spa, there is an abundance of Norfolk charms to explore from the idyllic coastline to the gorgeous and eclectic range of boutique shops.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Norfolk is surely the place to be this September and October, as the annual Norfolk Food and Drink Festival gets underway with more mouth-watering highlights. Serving the best that Norfolk cuisine has to offer, this year’s edition of the festivities promises to show why it’s one of the most popular festivals of its kind in the U.K. What’s different this year? What was once a three-day affair in 2004 has grown into a month-long celebration that features the county’s local seasonal cuisine. Now in its second decade, the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival has transformed into a not-for-profit organisation that aims to promote and support the county’s local food producers.
Monday, September 7, 2015
With countryside that offers a glimpse of the tranquil rural life of yesteryear, the idyllic group of villages known as The Burnhams in Norfolk, England make the perfect destination for a quick respite. The historical importance of this cluster of villages hinges on their site as the birthplace of Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson, the famed British naval hero of the 18th century. Locals and tourists alike consider it a huge plus that the area has some fantastic accommodations, such as The Hoste spa hotel, making it perfect for the ultimate pampering getaway. Amidst ancient churches and local shops, you may experience the ultimate spa treatments in the luxurious spa hotel called The Hoste, a top quality accommodation nestled in the midst of the bustling village of Burnham Market in North Norfolk and named after Lord Nelson’s protégé, Captain Sir William Hoste.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Located at Burnham Market, an area known for its buzzing social scene, The Hoste is one of the best places to stay in Norfolk for a wonderful summer experience. North Norfolk is always good to explore this time of the year. Here, visitors will find no shortage of beautiful scenery, lush and wildlife-filled nature, historical sites, and even some of the U.K.’s finest beaches. It is the place to be for people who want the best summer experience and the ultimate coastal escape. Stay at The Hoste to experience all these and more.
Monday, August 17, 2015
The Hoste, the iconic boutique hotel in Norfolk, is offering its guests a chance to explore the beautiful English countryside on bespoke branded bicycles. The hotel is bringing in a new fleet of custom-designed bikes created by Pashley, a renowned British bicycle manufacturer which was founded in 1926 by William “Rath” Pashley. The company specialises in hand-built bicycles and is known to be the longest-established bicycle manufacturer in the United Kingdom. Cycling around the Burnham Market area in the summer is one of the most fun activities to do in North Norfolk. Just three miles inland from the coast, the area is praised for its stunning scenery, wildlife-rich environment, and a variety of attractions including historical buildings, museums, and ancient churches.