Caistor Hall Relaunches Hotel and Restaurant After Extensive Refurbishment…
Caistor Hall Hotel, in Caistor St. Edmund, Norfolk, is gearing up for an exciting start to the new decade as it announces its relaunch following extensive refurbishment, including a new bar and restaurant offering, and the appointment of a whole new management team.
Nestled within 32 acres of historic grounds and woodlands in the roman town of Caistor St Edmund, Caistor Hall is a boutique hotel offering luxury accommodation and breathtaking rooms ideal for weddings, short breaks and corporate events. Following a brief name change in 2019 to The Boudicca, the hotel has marked the start of a new decade by proudly returning to its roots and reverting back to its original name of Caistor Hall; a decision influenced by the strength of the brand within the local community over the years.
Steeped in history, Caistor Hall was built in the 1700s, in the time of King George III by the Dashwood family, but it wasn’t until 1948 that the Hall first opened as a Hotel and Country Club. The hotel boasts 21 stylish rooms, including 2 bridal suites, with high ceilings and sash windows, all refurbished to combine traditional features with modern elegance.
Having remained a firm favourite with both local residents and the wider community for decades, Caistor Hall perfectly captures the beauty and heritage unique to Norfolk and is committed to providing guests with a stylish, unique experience that is second to none.
Whether engaged couples are looking for historical charm or luxury and elegance, all styles of weddings can be catered for at Caistor Hall. Opulent rooms are available for smaller intimate weddings, whilst the Pavilion can cater for larger affairs of up to 300 people. With partnerships in place to assist with venue dressing through to catering and entertainment, the team at Caistor Hall are committed to meticulously planning this special day.
In addition, whether planning a small intimate celebration, a corporate breakfast meeting or need a spacious but secluded venue for a training course, Caistor Hall houses spaces for all requirements with the option to hire the entire venue for a truly personalised experience.
Palm Court Bar & Restaurant will be a brand in its own right, attracting both local clientele and those visiting the area for leisure or business. Caistor Hall has hired a new chef to oversee the menu, which is set to be a modern-european bistro. All food will be homemade with fresh produce that is locally sourced wherever possible.
Palm Court can comfortably seat 50 guests and an ‘a la carte’ menu will be available supplemented by afternoon teas and Sunday roasts. The restaurant will be ‘floating’, as there is the capacity to move the restaurant to several other beautiful rooms within the main body of the house depending on requirements. The bar will be stocked with wines, champagnes, brand and local spirits, and local ales.
There is ample free parking available onsite and is easily accessible being just 2 miles from the A47 and a short taxi ride from Norwich Airport and Norwich Train station. Caistor Hall is only a 25 minute drive from the picturesque Norfolk Broads, less than an hour from the famous North Norfolk Coast and also just a couple of hours drive from London, making it the perfect getaway destination for leisure and business visitors or a dream countryside wedding.
Caistor Hall will be re-opening for business on 20th February 2020 and advance reservations can be made by calling 01508 494998.
More information is available at www.caistorhall.com