Incleborough House

East Runton, Cromer, Norfolk, Seaside village

Country House Living
Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Luxury Hot Tub and covered BBQ station and large feature patio with luxury chairs, table tennis plus south facing landscaped 1/2 acre walled garden.

Plenty of parking for up to 9 cars on gravel drive with automatic lighting plus a dedicated ‘put down’ area for disabled guests.

Downstairs Description

The current drawing room and new Library will be classical in design and festooned with luxuries including leather sofas, remote real flame fires

The fantastic solid light oak kitchen with granite worktops will boast a ‘supersized’ Aga, plus an American fridge freezer, two dishwashers and an optional housekeeper available each day and a chef if needed (by arrangement and additional charge).

First Floor Description

With seven sumptuous en-suite bedrooms with huge beds, fabulous décor with super views, beautiful linen and shining contemporary bathrooms with underfloor warming, you are sure to get lots of relaxation

Second Floor Description

The top floor rooms have been carefully designed to enhance the character of the 332 year old grade II listed property. Cosy yet tasteful and with all the modern bathrooms and showers that you would expect.

Windows Views Description

Views of the wonderful landscaped walled gardens are available from the south windows and from the west windows the village green and duck pond are available.

Other Notes


Dogs Welcome: Pet friendly+ your dog can stay for FREE*
Child Friendly: Well behaved children of all ages welcome
Hot Tub: A private luxury covered hot tub included
Group Getaways: Groups up to 16 + 2 babies accommodated
Corporate Connections: Groups up to 16 accommodated
Wedding Pads: Private and intimate receptions accommodated, limited to staying guests only
Organic Options: Special diets catered for (just ask)
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: House is secluded, private and indulgent
Tourist Attractions:
  • The North Norfolk Steam Railway: runs regular trips through the lovely coastal and countryside scenery from nearby Sheringham to Holt via Weybourne. In 2005, the railway was runner-up in the Best Visitor Attraction in the Tourism in Norfolk Awards. Visit website
  • Muckleburgh Collection: The UK’s largest privately owned working military museum. Visit website
  • National Trust’s Felbrigg Hall: Only a mile away. The estate is a timeless place of sanctuary and tranquillity; you relax as you come up the drive. The size of the parkland belies the intimacy of the hall and walled garden, the richness of Felbrigg surprises and delights with many hidden treasures to explore. Cherished for its homeliness and charm. Visit website
  • Cromer Museum: Which was cosy Victorian fisherman’s cottage with recreation of 19th century life in Cromer. It has a geology gallery of amazing fossils found in Norfolk, childrens’ workshops, natural history walks and Victorian Living History days. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Bolton’s Bistro: Is Cromer’s premier cliff top Bistro specialising in fresh fish dishes including the world renowned Cromer Crab and locally-caught Lobster. With specials that change on a daily basis and a selection of Homemade dessert there is always something to suit everybody’s tastes Visit website
  • The Wellington: Courtyard Restaurant and is located in the courtyard garden behind the Wellington, the Courtyard is a converted stable block where customers can enjoy great, reasonably priced food in a relaxed atmosphere. As well as fresh seafood, locally reared steaks and homemade pub food, we also have our popular all day Specials board in the restaurant. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Morrisons : In Cromer Visit website
  • Budgens: So why not pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival at the Incleborough House. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Norfolketc: Norfolketc is a family-run, high-quality, recognised, watersports provider operating in the tidal wildlife haven of Blakeney Harbour, North Norfolk, England. Visit website
  • North Shore: There’s private tuition and private charter on offer at this family-run watersports centre in Blakeney Harbour.Windsurfing & sailing with North Shore. Visit website
  • Mundesley Golf Club : and sits on the rolling hillside of the River Mun valley and enjoys panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. The nine-hole course, with 18 tees, provides a variety of tests for members and guest’s alike, from the deceptive par three 1st with its tricky, slick green, to the aptly named Sea View par five 14t Visit website
  • North Norfolk Riding Centre: Offers lessons for all ages from beginners upwards. It also offers hacking in beautiful countryside. Occasional rides at Holkham for experienced riders only. Visit website