The Best Hotels to Book Near BeWILDerwood, Norfolk
Relax at the luxurious Dunston Hall hotel after a full-on day at BeWILDerwood | Courtesy of Dunston Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort / Booking.com
Near the village of Horning in Norfolk, England, BeWILDerwood is a must-visit adventure park for any family trip to East Anglia. The best places to stay within easy reach of the park are available to book right now on Culture Trip.
Just 20 minutes’ drive from Norwich, BeWILDerwood is every kid’s dream. Full of treehouses and rope swings, and set in a wonderful woodland environment, the adventure park is hard to beat for family days out. The surrounding Norfolk Broads and North Norfolk coast are full of period properties with character and charm, bookending your day out at BeWILDerwood with comfort, style and some excellent food. Here are some of the best.
4.4/5 (268 Reviews)
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Now from $127 per night
Overlooking a gorgeous stretch of the Norfolk Broads, Hotel Wroxham is uniquely positioned on the banks of the River Bure – immersed in natural scenery and picturesque boats and barges passing by. Conveniently located four minutes’ drive from BeWILDerwood, the property has spacious ensuite rooms that are each kitted out with a flatscreen TV to keep the whole family entertained. There’s a top in-house riverside restaurant to keep you fed and watered, serving a classy seafood menu, as well as pizzas for the little ones.
Regency Guest House
4.9/5 (31 Reviews)
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Now from $121 per night
This sweet Regency-era cottage dates back to the 18th century and has been sympathetically renovated to welcome visitors to peaceful Neatishead – a village that’s less than a 10-minute drive from BeWILDerwood adventure park. There are also public moorings a few minutes’ walk away, if you’re exploring the area by boat, and a village pub just around the corner. You’ll get a good night’s sleep in the crisp-yet-cosy bedrooms, before enjoying a tasty home-cooked breakfast in the dining room downstairs each morning.
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This delightful self-catering option takes over a large, modern holiday home in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Villa Morea offers all the comforts of a home-from-home, with an upmarket twist. The lush, sprawling gardens boast a BBQ and picnic area, while the yard is decked out with outdoor fireplaces and a hot tub to sink into after a busy day of activities at BeWILDerwood (a three-minute drive away). The kitchen is equipped with all mod cons, while the bathrooms feature very fancy jetted baths.
Courtesy of Dunston Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort / Booking.com | Courtesy of Dunston Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort / Booking.com
Just 20 minutes’ drive from BeWILDerwood is a slice of luxury, at this Grade II-listed, Victorian-era stately home. With a spa, health club and golf course you’ll be spoilt for choice of things to do at Dunston Hall, let alone places to eat: there’s a brasserie restaurant and two bars. But it’s the afternoon tea that really takes the cake – or more accurately, puts it on a willow-patterned plate, alongside fresh-baked scones and sweet treats piled high. All 166 of the sophisticated rooms and suites come with LCD TVs, complete with cable channels to ensure that the whole family is catered to (although there might be a few arguments over the remote).
The George Hotel, BW Signature Collection
4.2/5 (314 Reviews)
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Now from $120 per night
This beautiful boutique is in a charming Victorian villa, a 20-minute drive south of BeWILDerwood. The intimate space comprises 43 elegant rooms and suites, with pastel interiors and piles of soft, welcoming furnishings and cosy textiles. The popular bar and lounge serves local beers and ales, while the Arlington restaurant touts a wide menu of pub favourites, including fish and chips and a solid range of burgers to keep the whole family happy.
Best Western Annesley House Hotel
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This delightful hotel is spread across three Grade II-listed Georgian buildings and two converted coach houses, and surrounded by award-winning landscaped gardens. It’s got loads of car parking space, which is just as well, as you’ll need the car to make the half-hour drive from here to BeWILDerwood park. Part of the Best Western chain, Annesley House Hotel is a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of Norwich and perfectly located for exploring Norfolk. The spacious, light rooms are kitted out with flat-screen TVs and the property participates in a green tourism programme, so you know you’re in caring hands.
Old Hall Hotel
4.5/5 (128 Reviews)
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Now from $139 per night
Located in the delightfully quaint lifeboat village Caister-on-Sea, a few miles from the much-loved seaside town of Great Yarmouth, Old Hall Hotel is a real treat. In a renovated period property, the 19 luxurious rooms offer sheer comfort. But it’s the spa that will blow your mind, with a large indoor pool, steam rooms, a sauna and hydrotherapy. There’s also a tennis court and a fantastic continental breakfast is included in your stay.
These recommendations were updated on October 5, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.