Brovey Lair - Guest House and Seafood Restaurant

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Description from the owner

  • B&B
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Bed and Breakfast

Brovey Lair - Guest House and Seafood Restaurant

Along with its owners the main house has starred in two prime time television documentaries - one at ITV in their "Posh Dinner" series; the other for the BBC as their "Restaurant in Your Home". It has been Michelin recommended since 2005. The UK's leading guide to the country's finest restaurants The Good Food Guide gave Brovey Lair their annual Best Fish in Britain award and in its 2014 edition the guide describes the restaurant as Thrilling Gastro-Theatre - "the place thrills readers with its originality.....the event becomes an absorbing tutorial with guests getting up from their seats to watch Tina at work".

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About the owner

Tina P.

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Brovey Lair - Guest House and Seafood Restaurant
Ovington, East of England, England

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Tucked away in lush Norfolk fen-lands Brovey Lair is one of Norfolk's best kept secrets. The surrounding Brecks countryside is delightful with High Lodge in Thetford forest a short drive away. There you can walk for miles or if you’re feeling really adventurous, take the high wire trip above the forest called Go Ape. Closer to home, look out for the wild muntjack deer that occasionally prance around on our hills within full view of your room.

The north Norfolk Heritage coast is under an hour’s drive and well worth the effort. Visit the little coastal village of Cley and walk for miles at the edge of the ocean. See them sailing at Blakeney and in summer take a boat out to the seal beds. From the ancient market town of Holt, known for its antique and food stores, drive 4 miles to Sheringham Woods, a National Trust park high above the sea. Noel Coward wrote in Private Lives “Very flat – Norfolk”. Not here it’s not! Then for nostalgia ride the Poppy Line steam train from the seaside resort of Sheringham to Holt and back.

The Norfolk broads are wonderful for a voyage of 3 to 4 hours on a crisp autumn or spring day. Rent a small boat at picturesque Wroxham; explore Norfolk’s romantic waterways mooring at one of the riverside pubs for a light lunch. But be warned. Make lunch really light as a four course feast of fish, exquisite seafood and delicious desserts awaits you at dinner time.

We have adequate off street parking well away from any main roads and are less than a mile from Watton - an ancient market town granted its charter by King John in mid 13th century. Nearby is Wayland Wood covered in spring by an ocean of bluebells and, legend has it, the original setting of the fairy story "Babes in the Wood". During your stay in Norfolk UK the best site for attractions and places to visit plus money off vouchers is (website: hidden)

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