Old Brewery House Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Reepham, Norfolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Market Square
NR10 4JJ

Old Brewery House Hotel, Reepham

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The Old Brewery House Hotel is a Georgian house with excellent leisure facilities including a fully equipped Leisure Club, situated in the ancient market town of Reepham in Norwich. The hotel was built in the late 18th century for a wealthy landowner and boasts beautiful staircases and wood panelling and retains many original features.

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