Welcome to Mangreen Country Hotel, your Norwich “home away from home.” Mangreen Country Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Swardeston (1.5 mi) and High Ash Farm (2.0 mi), guests of Mangreen Country Hotel can easily experience some of Norwich's most well known attractions.
Mangreen Country Hotel is a romantic small hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The small hotel features a chapel. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Norwich. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including southwell Fish Bar and Long John Hill Fish Bar, all of which are a short distance from Mangreen Country Hotel.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Norwich Cathedral, St Julian's Shrine, or Norwich Train Station Building, which are popular architectural buildings amongst tourists.
Mangreen Country Hotel puts the best of Norwich at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We had a couple of days here and will stay longer if we visit this area again. It would be unfair to say “shaby” sheik but it was a lovely setting for a traditional country house with” wellness “ additions and a tucked away feeling in which to relax.
This Country House, Is An Absolute Treasure To Stay At. Chris And The Team Leave Nothing To Chance To Make Your Stay Is Relaxing And Enjoyable. I Do Not Know The Name Of The Lady Who Prepared Our Room But It Was To An Extremely High Standard. The Food At Breakfast Cooked By John And Served By Ken Was Absolutely Delicious, 1st Class. Thank You All. Hopefully We Will Return In The Not Too Distant Future.
We just loved our bed and breakfast stay here, the house was so interesting C1700 with original features, the atmosphere was so calm and peaceful, the room was comfortable and we were attended by 3 charming and efficient gentlemen. Park and Ride into Norwich was close by, the road to Cromer for a delicious crab sandwich was straightforward, and the Broads were a short drive away. If you like local history, this is the place, the site of the original medieval hall inhabited by Alderman Thomas Aldrich, Mayor of Norwich, at the heart of the Robert Kett uprising. Close to the home of Edith Cavell and so much more to learn about, the house is also the home of the Duffield Foundation. The owners are so modest it was a challenge to extract this history but there is so much more I would like to know of Mangreens history.…
Chose this hotel as we could take our dog and it wasn't too far from relatives we were visiting. First impressions were that the interior was quite dark and old fashioned but it had character. Our room was very clean and comfy. The shower room was quite small, and the shower glass wasn't big enough to stop the water spraying onto the floor, but there was a bath mat to soak this up. Cooked breakfast freshly made was very enjoyable and freshly brewed coffee was delicious. Due to the location and it being pet friendly, we will definitely use this hotel again when visiting family.
Chose this hotel for its location and price. Warm welcome from the proprietor John. Very grand entrance to county house. Booked a double room with breakfast and was given the Oak Room. Fabulous spacious room with a two piece suite and chandeliers. Room comfy and clean with complimentary tea coffee and hot chocolate. Lovely ensuite shower. Grounds look beautiful as house in the country lanes away from the hustle of the town. Good night sleep with a nice cooked breakfast freshly prepared in the morning 😊 Will come back again 👍