An Inspector Calls: The Dial House is a extraordinary mix

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The Dial House comprises two shops, a restaurant, coffee residence and eight themed bedrooms in the flattering encampment of Reepham, not distant from Norwich.

Ours is called Africa, full with masks, shields and a free-standing cylinder at the foot of the bed. It would work good in a safari lodge, but strikes us as a gimmick in a vast section building dating to 1721.

A internal guy called Iain Wilson is behind this desirous project, which has been up and using for reduction than 6 months.

One of the bedrooms at the Dial House in the flattering encampment of Reepham, close to Norwich 

One of the bedrooms at the Dial House in the flattering encampment of Reepham, close to Norwich 

One of the bedrooms at the Dial House in the flattering encampment of Reepham, close to Norwich 

He also has what he calls a ‘posh BB’ in circuitously Holt and deserves regard for saving what used to be the Old Brewery House pub (where a immature Stephen Fry is meant to have worked) and branch it into the Dial House. 

We skip out on cooking due to visiting friends, but we hear cook Ray Maddox (formerly at Langan’s in London) is building a clever repute for himself.

Certainly at breakfast, copiousness of non-residents are in, especially seated in a large, wood-floored room with a operative Aga at one end, where staff are making pancakes.

The chairs we are sitting on have cost tags trustworthy to them.

In fact, all seems to be for sale, along with glass, ceramics, antiques and beautiful knick-knacks. It’s a extraordinary mix. 

On one hand, it’s delightfully homey; on the other it’s blatantly commercial. A happy change awaits.

TRAVEL FACTS 

The Dial House

Reepham, Norfolk NR10 4JJ

01603 879900, thedialhouse.org.uk

Doubles from £130 

 

 


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An Inspector Calls: The Dial House is a extraordinary mix

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The Dial House comprises two shops, a restaurant, coffee residence and eight themed bedrooms in the flattering encampment of Reepham, not distant from Norwich.

Ours is called Africa, full with masks, shields and a free-standing cylinder at the foot of the bed. It would work good in a safari lodge, but strikes us as a gimmick in a vast section building dating to 1721.

A internal guy called Iain Wilson is behind this desirous project, which has been up and using for reduction than 6 months.

One of the bedrooms at the Dial House in the flattering encampment of Reepham, close to Norwich 

One of the bedrooms at the Dial House in the flattering encampment of Reepham, close to Norwich 

One of the bedrooms at the Dial House in the flattering encampment of Reepham, close to Norwich 

He also has what he calls a ‘posh BB’ in circuitously Holt and deserves regard for saving what used to be the Old Brewery House pub (where a immature Stephen Fry is meant to have worked) and branch it into the Dial House. 

We skip out on cooking due to visiting friends, but we hear cook Ray Maddox (formerly at Langan’s in London) is building a clever repute for himself.

Certainly at breakfast, copiousness of non-residents are in, especially seated in a large, wood-floored room with a operative Aga at one end, where staff are making pancakes.

The chairs we are sitting on have cost tags trustworthy to them.

In fact, all seems to be for sale, along with glass, ceramics, antiques and beautiful knick-knacks. It’s a extraordinary mix. 

On one hand, it’s delightfully homey; on the other it’s blatantly commercial. A happy change awaits.

TRAVEL FACTS 

The Dial House

Reepham, Norfolk NR10 4JJ

01603 879900, thedialhouse.org.uk

Doubles from £130 

 

 


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