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Caistor Hall Hotel is a beautiful country house hotel located on the fringe of the 'Fine City' of Norwich in secluded surroundings. The village of Caistor St Edmund is a wonderful reflection of the idyllic peaceful backdrop that Norfolk country life has to offer, with its imposing classical Georgian front and 30 acres of woodland and private gardens, Caistor Hall Hotel is the ideal venue for any occasion. Caistor Hall Hotel offers the perfect setting for your chosen event with 21 bedrooms and a variety of function rooms. The hotel hosts many events from your traditional dressed wedding to private dinners, and business events including conferences, seminars and private functions. Caistor Hall hosts a popular restaurant offering a fantastic A la Carte menu along with a Menu du Jour and daily specials. Bar food, Lunch and Afternoon Teas are available daily to both residents and non-residents.
All reviews bridal suite luxury superior room perfect wedding venue four poster bed wedding planner master of ceremonies wedding breakfast jacuzzi bath garden room lovely grounds beautiful building enjoyable stay function retreat disco
Unbelievably poor! No lovely Christmassy atmosphere, no music playing, no mulled wine & mince pies. Just lots of low grade craft stalls. (With the exception of a silver jewellery stall & a felt critter stall). When at the end we asked where we could have...More
Positive things first.
The staff work extremely hard here to please everyone.
But we won't be recommending this hotel to anyone.
It really needs so much work done on the place. It is without a very tired hotel.
Reception area is dreadful.
This is very...More
Typical of hotels of the period. Nice features and spacious lounge bar and dining areas. However, we had booked a superior double and I'm afraid a room with a view of the lawn doesn't justify calling a room superior. Our room was of a good...More
We had superior 2 rooms.
Staff were lovely.
The rooms and the hotel was filthy and out dated. To call our rooms superior, was a complete lie. Broken windows in both rooms. Bathrooms filthy. Out dated. Ok 40 years ago. Doors unbelievably filthy. All the...More
Long wait for drinks at the bar before lunch, although we were early. Lunch in the Garden Room when other guests arrived. Dined with light eaters so pleased the hosts allowed us to choose from the bar menu (lighter bites.) Fish Finger sandwiches were deliscious,...More