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Thank you so much for all the love and support you have shown us and we very much look forward to welcoming you all back

As Government guidelines change on Monday, July 19th, we wish to reassure you that we will be continuing with all the excellent measures we have put into place over the past year to help keep both out fabulous guests and fantastic staff safe and well

A massive thank you to everyone who has supported us over these last months, we are incredibly grateful. We are thoroughly enjoying welcoming our guests back to stay and to dine with us and getting back to doing what we all love to do best.

The wellbeing of all our guests and staff are our priority and we will continue to be committed to rigorously updating our risk assessments in order to provide that all important peace of mind.

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Break Charity Duck Race Auction Success

Break Charity Duck Race Auction Success

We were pleased to host the Charity Auction on the evening of 13 August, following Break Charity’s Grand Norwich Duck Race, which had been staged on the River Wensum earlier in the month. The auction raised £5,500 for Break.

Genevieve Plunkett, who was the hotel’s Duty Manager on 13 August is pictured with her duck Sparky, which she purchased at the auction. The duck was entered in the race by Saffron Housing Trust. Genevieve explains: “There were 55 ducks in the Minstrel Suite, including our own duck Crumbs. The auction was great fun and I quickly decided that I would really rather like a duck to take home, so started bidding. It was a good night and we were raising money for an excellent local charity. I was very pleased to get Sparky, who is now my ‘guard duck’ at home!”

Break has provided a range of specialist residential and community based services for vulnerable children, young people and families across East Anglia for more than 40 years. For further information see

For more information about the Duck Auction click here and read the Evening News report.

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