Two Norfolk hotels have been named in the UK's top 10 for a spring getaway.

The Telegraph has included Congham Hall, near King's Lynn, and Morston Hall, near Blakeney, in the top 10 of its list of 30 hotels to visit this spring.

The article ranked each hotel out of five for the categories of blooming grounds, seasonal produce, walks from the doorstep and al-fresco living. 

Eastern Daily Press: Congham Hall, near King's LynnCongham Hall, near King's Lynn (Image: Ian Burt)

The 18th-century Congham Hall scored five out of five for blooming grounds and al-fresco living.

It earned four points for its seasonal produce and three for nearby walks.

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The author stated that visitors would enjoy exploring the Sandringham Estate and the sandy north Norfolk beaches.

Those who don't wish to stray too far can also soak up the tulips and wallflowers while on the hotel's grounds.

Eastern Daily Press: Morston Hall, close to BlakeneyMorston Hall, close to Blakeney (Image: Simon Finlay)

Morston Hall scored five out of five for blooming grounds and seasonal produce and four out of five for nearby walks and al-fresco living. 

Guests are recommended to visit Morston Quay, the starting point for seal-spotting trips to Blakeney Point, and a number of coastal walks.

Morston Hall also has a Michelin-star restaurant on-site offering a seven-course locally-sourced menu.