Discover all that Norfolk has to offer

Heacham Manor Hotel is the perfect location for exploring the surrounding coast and countryside of North and West Norfolk.

Anmer Hall, Sandringham House, Holkham Hall, Snettisham Park at Snettisham, Norfolk Lavender at Heacham, Hunstanton's Sealife Aquarium, RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell plus much, much more.


During its 400 year life the house has been owned by the Le Strange family, the explorer Hanbury Tenison, and managed by the Edrich Family. Famous England cricketers Bill Edrich and Dennis Compton are believed to have played cricket on the lawn by the side of the house.

The transformation of this Elizabethan Manor house to one of Norfolk's premiere luxury hotels has been accomplished paying attention to the special history of the location. History also suggests that Pocahontas, the American Indian wife of explorer John Rolfe, also enjoyed some Heacham Manor's restful surroundings on a short visit with her husband.

Built in 1580 in the reign of Elizabeth I, the first inhabitants are thought to have been French cluniac monks. 

Stories tell of an underground tunnel linking the house with a ruined chapel in nearby Hunstanton.

On passing through the carrstone entrance walls, the winding drive takes you past the spring fed pond and under the chestnut tree towards the house. The beautiful facade of the house appears between trees and leads you to a charming reception through the tudor arch porchway.