St Gregory's bed and breakfast at the heart of the Norfolk Broads, close to Wroxham, Hoveton, Norwich, Coltishall, Horning, Cromer and the north Norfolk coast.
About St Gregory's
St Gregory's Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated, two minutes walk from the centre of Wroxham at the heart of the Norfolk Broads National Park. The Wroxham and Hoveton train station on the popular 'Bittern Line', with its excellent links to Norwich and Cromer, is only a five minute walk from the house. Its location makes St. Gregory's a perfect base for those wishing to explore the region, with the north Norfolk coast just twenty minutes away by train, bus or car - as is the historic cathedral city of Norwich, with its connections to the national rail and road networks.
St Gregory's is a large Edwardian semi-detached house that has been tastefully maintained, retaining many of its original features, and providing high quality en-suite double and twin-bedded accommodation (with wi-fi broadband internet access). The house was used as a hospital for recovering British soldiers during the First World War, and is now the home of popular local artist Chris Hutchins and his wife Sue.