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Scarborough Hill Country Inn

Scarborough Hill House Hotel Yarmouth Road, North Walsham NR28 9NA England
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#2 of 2 hotels in North Walsham

Scarborough Hill Country Inn is an excellent choice for travellers visiting North Walsham, offering a historic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Rooms at Scarborough Hill Country Inn offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

Newspaper and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Scarborough Hill Country Inn, free parking is available.

When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out The Bluebell and White Swan, which are some pubs that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.

If you are interested in exploring North Walsham, check out an art museum, such as Norfolk Motorcycle Museum.

Enjoy your stay in North Walsham!

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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Breakfast buffet
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Non-smoking hotel
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Family rooms
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Jo A wrote a review 13 Jun
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We booked a 3 night stay at the beginning of June. As with all holidays we book i research the hotel and area and was well aware that it wasn’t in a town so we were looking forward to eating in the hotel in the evening. To cut a very long story short - we asked to book a table for food the first day to be told that they hadn’t got a chef so the kitchen was not open (national shortage apparently after COVID pandemic) but they could sort breakfasts out - they thought someone had call us to inform us of this?? We ended up having to book various places to eat which meant taxi fares we hadn’t expected. Came back on Saturday night at 8.30pm looking forward to at least a couple of drinks in the bar but everything was locked up. We came back on Sunday afternoon hoping to watch the football in the bar with a drink to find the hotel bar completely locked up again!!! I rang the manager who informed me that no-one would be on site until Monday morning now!!! Was told that the hotel had now changed to a b&b - if it had been advertised as that I would not have booked it as there is nowhere close to have meals without driving. I told them how dissatisfied we were with this and she said that she would arrange a reduced price when we checked out the following day. Surprise surprise - she did not turn up at the hotel when we checked out - we said she would have to contact us when we got home to agree a payment which did eventually happen. A very poorly managed hotel (unlike the sister hotel in Wroxham which is obviously where all their energy is being spent!!) It was such a shame as the hotel is beautiful in lovely surroundings but wouldn’t be surprise to see it up for sale in the not too distant future…
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Douglas wrote a review 13 Jun
Brighton, United Kingdom7 contributions3 helpful votes
We were extremely disappointed by our stay at this establishment. A few days before we arrived we were informed that the restaurant would be closed during our visit. This turned out to be a problem as we found two local Chinese restaurants were closed and two pubs close by were not serving food. We ended buying food from a supermarket. A few hours before we were due to arrive we were called and informed that there would be no staff at reception until 4 pm and that our room key would be left on the counter. After checking in we tried to use the T.V., however this was found to be dis-connected. Information in the room indicated breakfast is served from 7.30 am. We went down to the dining room at 7.50 am, however there was no staff to be found. Another couple was also waiting. We waited until 08.15 am and as there were no staff around, we decided to call the hotel's emergency number and were told a member of staff would be there soon. When a member of staff arrived no apology nor explanation was offered. Our room rate was £130.00 per night, which, in our opinion, is over priced. We consider the service provided by the hotel is extremely unsatisfactory and unprofessional. We do not recommend this establishment.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Room Tip: Don't stay at this hotel.
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Kerry B wrote a review 11 Jun
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I saw it on a website, I wanted to make sure that the Restaurant and Bar would be open as it wasn’t in a Town. I phoned and spoke to Mark the manager, he said yes and would I like to book. He gave me a price of £400 for two nights B&B, I told him it was £349 on a website, so he matched the price saving himself 17% commission not me. So booked on the 12th, all monies taken. He told me their website on the internet was the old one and not theirs, when the Email confirmation came through it directed me to the old website for the T’s & C’s. On the 17th a phone call from Mark saying due to new equipment coming in, the Kitchen wouldn’t be open on the Thursday. That should have been the warning, we arrived to dirty laundry all over the floor that we had to walk around and checked in, we had to drive for Dinner so no alcohol for me. I asked what time the Bar was open to, he said its open now but will be closed a 6, so no Bar either, he left a bottle of Wine in the room as a gesture. There isn’t a night porter and there is nobody on site and the Hotel is left unlocked all night! Then as bad liars often do they forget what they have said, he blamed the Restaurant being closed on the owner, so not new equipment it just wasn’t open. The next day after returning at about 3.30 we found the room had not been touched, we had dinner at the hotel which was good but had to ask for Tea bags for the room as nothing had been done. We were woken at about 12.45 with a loud droning humming noise reverberating through the bathroom wall. We could not sleep, in the end we couldn’t stand it any longer and went downstairs and sat in reception until the Chef arrived at about 7.30, I had narrowed the noise down to the Kitchen, from outside the Kitchen door, it was directly below our room. I went in the Kitchen with the Chef and found out it was an automatic tap which had stayed on all night, just the droning electric noise through the pipes. We came down early for Breakfast, Mark had arrived by then, and we told him how bad it was, he had the cheek to say ‘I wonder what that was’ I told him and also that the Chef had already told him. A half-hearted apology and then he seemed to disappear, we left the key on the reception desk and left. I expected an apology at least and maybe an offer to show that they could look after guests properly, but nothing. This is an expensive B&B at £175 a night and would expect better. Hotel Wroxham is connected to this Hotel.
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Date of stay: May 2021
Room Tip: The Hotel is in a secluded, quiet area, so the rooms should be fine unless you are subjected to...
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deniseac55 wrote a review 1 Jun
London, United Kingdom38 contributions29 helpful votes
This is advertised as a pet friendly place. I booked through Booking.com due to the Inn advertiseing their pet friendlinees. The Inn were quick to take my money then i was to told less than 48 hrs before my stay i could no longer take my pooch as the room they had allocated me were not allowed dogs in it and there were no other. The advertising should have read 'Allocated pet friendly rooms only - please enquire'. Since the Inn have refused to refund my booking as following a recent bereavement i would not have considered attending withough my dog. Appauling customer service. the manager would not make a decision on the refund and so far the owner is unengaging.
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Date of stay: May 2021
Room Tip: check pet friendliness before booking
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Rose in Norfolk wrote a review Dec 2020
North Walsham, United Kingdom41 contributions35 helpful votes
Decided to treat ourselves to a Sunday lunch out in December in lieu of all those work Christmas dos we're missing out on this year. We both had the roast turkey and it was delicious. It included a huge, crispy Yorkshire pudding and a selection of veg. Desserts were both very good too. We have given a score of four out of five as we would have preferred more than two roast potatoes and desserts, whilst delicious, were £8 each which is pretty steep. However neither of these would stop us from visiting again and we'd highly recommend this lovely hotel.
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Date of stay: December 2020
US$84 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandEast AngliaNorfolkNorth Walsham
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Frequently Asked Questions about Scarborough Hill Country Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Scarborough Hill Country Inn?
Nearby attractions include East Ruston Old Vicarage Garden (7.5 km), Bacton Beach (7.6 km), and Happisburgh Lighthouse (7.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Scarborough Hill Country Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Scarborough Hill Country Inn?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Scarborough Hill Country Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Scarborough Hill Country Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Beechwood Hotel & Restaurant, Sugar & Spice Cafe, and The Three Cottages Fish Restaurant.
Are pets allowed at Scarborough Hill Country Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Scarborough Hill Country Inn offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Scarborough Hill Country Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Blickling Estate (11.0 km), Felbrigg Hall (14.5 km), and Hickling Broad (14.0 km).
Is Scarborough Hill Country Inn accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.