The Willow House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

2 High Street
Watton
Norfolk
England
IP25 6AE

The Willow House, Watton

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Welcome to The Willow House. Ideally located in Watton, a Market Town in Central Norfolk. The Willow House is a beautiful sixteenth century thatched, grade two listed building.

The Inn and restaurant were cottages that have now been converted into a period picture post card hostelry, with ensuite chalet style rooms available, which are tourist board accredited.

The Willow House offers a very traditional and cosy atmosphere, where you are surrounded by old wooden beams and large fireplaces. The Inn and restaurant were cottages that have now been converted into a period picture post card hostelry, with en-suit chalet style rooms available, which are tourist board accredited. Whatever your interests, whatever the weather, we are sure there is something for you amongst these top eleven attractions.

Step back in time with a visit to a windmill or museum, or further back to the dinosaur age. Learn some interesting facts about wildlife conservation and exotic creatures. Watch expert craftsmen revive traditional skills.

Unwind on the beautiful Norfolk Broads, stroll through peaceful gardens or relax on an interesting railway journey. At the Willow House we are pleased to offer guest accommodation which has earned a Four Diamond rating from the English Tourist Board. The Chalet style rooms are purpose built, spacious and comfortable.

All rooms are either Doubles or Twins. Some Family rooms are available, prices include a delicious breakfast. We offer two atmospheric wooden beamed bars.

Both of our bars are non smoking, one is also used as a reception bar for the restaurant. The other is "The Tavern Bar" which is slightly more spacious.

 4 star rating

From: £65.00

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