Fritton Arms review, Feast Norfolk Magazine

We were proud to be featured in this month’s edition of Feast Norfolk –  a fresh new monthly magazine dedicated to the thriving food and drink scene in Norfolk.

“WE ALL LOVE our children – right? Er, yes, sure. But getting away from them, especially now they are teenagers, is beyond a flippant treat. It is a necessity. Simple as that. And so we headed to one of our favourite spots, a little oasis of calm, Fritton Arms, part of the rather charming 5000-acre Somerleyton Estate on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders.

Tucked away down a sycamore tree-lined drive, and with extensive grounds that also take in the three mile Fritton Lake, the 16th century manor house cuts a charming picture. Painted a warming ochre, it is immediately welcoming as it looks exactly how it should look. Inside doesn’t disappoint either, with the house’s original layout remaining, along with a state-of-the-art kitchen.

There are six rooms, all individually styled but still with cool and calming colour schemes, period furniture mixed with contemporary artwork, beams, low ceilings, open fires and candles – oh masses of candles!”

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