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All reviewshighly recommend this b blovely gardenfull englishbiscuitshome from homeon arrivalpeace and quietwarm welcomefresh milkcomfortable bedbreakfasts were excellentlocal ingredientsplaying golfan early starthave loved to have stayed longermade us feelwithin easy reach
This is a lovely house furnished beautifully and Jane is the perfect host who has thought of everything to make her guests comfortable. We stayed in the Northorp twin room with a view over the garden and we can't recommend this place highly enough. It...More
Very nice stay. Very warm welcome in a wonderful decorated house with love for every detail. The room was really nice, very comfortable and quiet (we had a really relaxing sleep). The guests can also stay in the lovely garden and have a rest.
We arrived without pre-booking which was a bit of a risk but having seen Grayingham Lodge in the Sawdays book we knew it would not disappoint. Jane was completely unfazed by guests arriving without notice and after a quick tour we went off in search...More
This was the second time I’d stayed at Grayingham Lodge and I have say that as with my first visit it did not disappoint. The rooms are lovely, spacious, well decorated and clean; topped of with a lovely tea tray with homemade biscuits. On both...More
Tea and fresh scones on arrival, yummy.
Jane was lovely, gave us a tour of the dining room for breakfast, the lounge specifically for the guests, which included an array of reading material along with info for the area, then up to our room (Northorpe),...More
Hi Ian - for booking enquiries, you need to contact the B&B direct, via their website which is grayinghamlodge followed by the co and uk suffix. (website addresses cannot be posted - hope you can work that out!)