The Clement Scott bar is the hub of the Sea Marge, sitting under a vaulted timber roof with the stunning minstrels’ gallery running along two sides.
Built to take best advantage of its commanding seaside position, this fascinating Grade II listed house has been lovingly restored to create a luxurious family hotel. Original features combined with every modern comfort, along with impeccable service, will insure you enjoy your seaside stay in what Country Living’s Coast Magazine listed as one of the top ten coastal hotels in the country.
Each of the 25 en-suite rooms has its own style: many have sweeping sea views. Our new deluxe wing provides larger suites for the ultimate in luxury. Some regular guests return to the same room; others enjoy trying a new room each time they visit.
Five acres of well-tended gardens give you room to relax. Terraced lawns run down to the coastal path and open beach. You’ll find quiet suntraps for a lazy afternoon or a shady loggia for a pre-dinner drink.
Wine and Dine in Style
The Clement Scott bar is the hub of the Sea Marge, sitting under a vaulted timber roof with the stunning minstrels’ gallery running along two sides. Close to the bar is the Clementine Lounge with a ready supply of games. In fine weather the bar spills out on to the terrace overlooking the sea or the loggia facing the rose garden, giving you a choice of sun or shade.
You can dine with a sea view in Frazer’s Restaurant or the Winston Room. In either you will be served the finest of food and wine. Our chefs vary their offerings with the season so that you can be sure of the freshest local produce prepared with skill and care. Whatever your mood or choice of dish, our selection of fine wines will ensure that you have the perfect match.
The Sea Marge holds an AA rosette for culinary excellence.
Non residents are welcome for lunch or dinner. Please telephone 01263 579579 to reserve a table.
The Sea Marge is on the edge of the coastal village of Overstrand, for more than a hundred years a popular destination for those seeking a break from busy lives.
The Norfolk coast begins at the bottom of the garden, with its sweeping beaches, health giving walks and, not far away, the unique bird reserves. Inland, the peaceful countryside is home to pretty villages, well-marked footpaths and intriguing inns.
The small towns of Cromer and Sheringham nearby retain a comfortable seaside charm, while further afield the fine city of Norwich offers much of historical interest and fine shopping.