A unique slice of history. This iconic landmark on the former RAF North Creake airfield was built in the 1940s to command 199 and 171 Squadrons. The restoration has been a labour of love and Nigel and Claire’s attention to detail is remarkable: modernism and Art Deco design in full flow. Be greeted with English-grown tea or freshly brewed coffee in the art-filled sitting room; sink into goose down in bright bedrooms; enjoy shiny bathrooms with period fittings and local soaps.
Breakfasts are lovely – porridge, homemade drop scones, sweet or savoury French toast and a veggie version of the Full Monty. If you’re staying in the Stirling Suite annexe then you get it delivered, and all can be adapted for vegans too with a bit of notice. History tours include the open roof deck; Wells-next-the-Sea and Blakeney Point Seal Trips are close.
The house is available for groups in the four double bedrooms and extra beds can be rustled up.