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Norfolk hotel named in UK Top 10 by national newspaper

PUBLISHED: 15:03 08 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:14 09 December 2017

The Hoste in Burnham Market was named as a top country hotel by The Guardian. Picture: The Hoste.

The Hoste in Burnham Market was named as a top country hotel by The Guardian. Picture: The Hoste.

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A hotel in north Norfolk has been named among the best in the country by a national newspaper.

The Hoste Luxury Boutique Hotels and Spa in Burnham Market was praised for the choice it offered guests, in a Top 10 list of the best country hotels for a wintry British break compiled by the Guardian.

Owner Brendan Hopkins said: “This is a phenomenal achievement and we are delighted and proud that the hard work and commitment of our staff has been recognised.

“To be voted in the top 10 is an accomplishment we have aspired to since purchasing The Hoste five years ago and we will look forward to building on this success next year.” The hotel is a collection of properties in Burnham Market, including a coaching inn which dates back to the 16th century.

Lord Nelson was a regular visitor to the Pitt Arms, later renamed the Hoste Arms after his protege Captain Sir William Hoste.

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