From foodie hotspots to seaside gems, four Norfolk hotels feature in The Times' 2024 list of the top 100 places to stay in the UK.

The prestigious annual guide is compiled by a team of experts, who visit properties across the length and breadth of the nation.

The top 100 is split into various categories and The Blakeney Hotel, located along the quayside in the coastal village, is included in the best beach spots round-up. 

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The White House, in a restored Elizabethan manor house between Brancaster and Burnham Market, is named one of the top boutique hotels. 

Eastern Daily Press: A Sunday roast from The Gin Trap Inn in Ringstead Picture: Root SocialA Sunday roast from The Gin Trap Inn in Ringstead Picture: Root Social (Image: Root Social)

The Gin Trap Inn in Ringstead is in the pubs with rooms section and it has additionally been named the best in the UK for this category.

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It has been a very successful week for The Gin Trap Inn as it earned 3 AA Rosettes for culinary excellence at the AA Rosette Awards 2024. 

Sculthorpe Mill, near Fakenham, is named one of the UK's top foodie hotels.

Siobhan Peyton, the owner, said: "It is great to be named in the best foodie hotels section and we are proud to be flying the flag for Norfolk."