Sprowston Manor Hotel and Country Club
Sprowston Manor is a 4* Hotel & Country Club with 94 bedrooms, an award winning spa and a beautiful parkland golf course. The fantastic location of this stately Norfolk manor house is ideal for golf break and the makings of a fantastic few days away.
The Sprowston Manor Golf Course re-opened in July 2003 after nearly £2m worth of investment, and is one of the finest inland golf courses in the region – the perfect complement to the beautiful manor house hotel.
Offering 94 rooms of fantastic quality, Sprowston Manor Hotel is the ideal location for a weekend golf break away from home. All rooms and suites are elegantly decorated, with en-suite bathrooms, high speed internet access, coffee making facilities and 24 hour room-service, which all come as a standard. If you would like some extra luxury during your stay then take a look at the studio, four poster or Gurney suites.
Restaurant & Bars
The Cast Iron Bar & Grill will cater to the dining needs of guests with an array of quality dishes and drinks served in the evenings. In contrast, if you would prefer a more relaxed atmosphere, then the Zest Café Bar & Grill will prove ideal for hungry golfers before a day on the course. Private dining rooms are also available for groups in the main Manor House.
Spa & Leisure
In addition to the excellent dining facilities, Sprowston Manor also has a great array of leisure facilities, including a steam room, swimming pool, sauna and gymnasium, plus La Fontana Spa for the ultimate in pampering and relaxation.
Perfect for a day off of the golf course, La Fontana Spa at Sprowston Manor acts as the perfect rejuvenation centre for guests to relax off of the golf course. Choose from a variety of body wraps, facials and massages, to get the very best from your experience.
Local attractions include Norwich Cathedral, the Norwich Castle Museum, and Chapefield Shopping Centre which is only 3.5 miles from the hotel. For a bit more excitement, why not try Banham Zoo or Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park.
This par-71 championship golf course measures 6,547-yards, winding through the beautiful woodlands of East Anglia. The peaceful setting hides a challenging golf course with well places bunkers and strategically positioned pins to trap even the best of players. But perhaps the most noticeable hazards are the copious water features throughout the course, most notably the ponds, weirs and fountains on the par 4 7th – possibly the best hole on the course.