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First look inside Ingham Swan's new luxury bedrooms after devastating fire

PUBLISHED: 06:57 19 December 2019 | UPDATED: 06:57 19 December 2019

The new luxury bedrooms at the Ingham Swan. Picture: Submitted

The new luxury bedrooms at the Ingham Swan. Picture: Submitted

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Owners at the Ingham Swan have opened the doors to their latest development, which has seen luxury bedrooms built in a once disused stable.

The luxury bathrooms at Swan Cottage. Pictrure: SubmittedThe luxury bathrooms at Swan Cottage. Pictrure: Submitted

Swan Cottage in the north Norfolk village now hosts three king bedrooms - just across the way from the award-winning pub.

The restoration of Swan Cottage marks the beginning of a new chapter at the Ingham Swan, which was burned to the ground following an electrical fire in 2017.

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Owners Greg Adjemian and chef patron Dan Smith can now move onto their next project - opening bedrooms at the Wildebeest in Stoke Holy Cross.

The new luxury bathrooms at the Ingham Swan. Picture: SubmittedThe new luxury bathrooms at the Ingham Swan. Picture: Submitted

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Mr Adjemian said: "The Ingham Swan is once again a hugely successful restaurant following the devastating fire in 2017 which put us out of action for 18 months.

"It remains a destination in its own right attracting people who enjoy relaxed fine dining. The opening of these additional rooms will help us meet increased demand and further enhance the 'Stay & Dine' experience.

"We've worked hard to create an insider feel that you don't get at a more formal hotel. For those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle, we offer the opportunity to enjoy North-East Norfolk's stunning natural surroundings combined with a top food-led experience that firmly places this part of Norfolk on the map as a top culinary hot spot."

Rooms can be booked direct with The Ingham Swan on 01692 581099 or e-mail info@theinghamswan.co.uk

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