The Parson Woodforde Review

The Parson Woodforde Review

Church St Weston Longville

Norwich

NR9 5JU

The Parson Woodforde

Hotel Description

The Parson Woodforde Review – The Parson Woodforde has four luxury double Bed & Breakfast all with en suite facilities. Located in the village of Weston Longville just 20 minutes from Norwich The Parson Woodforde is the perfect place to explore the Norfolk countryside and the delights of Norwich during a short stay. We are also only a short journey from the North Norfolk coast. Try the amazing beach at Holkham or visit the seals at Blakeney Point. We are also in an area rich in golf courses. The well known Weston Park course is less than half a mile away. The rooms have been designed with comfort in mind but also reflect the traditional feel and look of a quality country pub. The bright and airy rooms include the following comforts and facilities: Vispring mattresses Luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linen Large flat screen TV with freesat channels Traditional country furniture Modern fully tiled bathrooms and shower rooms Tea and coffee making facilities Full English Breakfast included in room rate

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Hotel Star Rating

4*

Hotel Accreditor

Self-Accredited

Cancelation Policy

Facilities

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Restaurant;Iron And Board In Each Room;Interconnecting rooms available;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar

Check-in Time:

16:00

Check-out Time:

11:00

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Directions

A47 – Road: W past Norwich on A47. At Easton rdbt A47 to Dereham right onto Wood Ln. After 3m establishment on left opposite church

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  1. The worst ever experience in a restaurant.

    I and two friends arrived at 1.00pm for our lunch today and were shown to our table by the waiter. We were handed the laminated menu and all chose the calves liver. Simple, but oh no, because a lady staff member came from the kitchen to tell us that the calves liver wasn’t on the menu. I asked why we hadn’t been told. No reply, but said she was sorry. Two of us then chose the fish pie and one the beef stroganoff. That was at 1.15pm. At 1.50pm I went to the bar and asked the waiter, (now on his mobile), where our food was and he said ‘The fish pie takes 20 minutes to cook’. I said ‘That was 35 minutes ago’. Then, at long last, and at 2.00pm, our food arrived. The peas on my plate were burnt. How does one burn peas? The chef at the Parson Woodforde certainly knew. As for the beef stroganoff – my friend tried hard to digest it but left half on her plate because the ‘steak’ was impossible to chew. Fast forward to the waiter who took our plates away – smelling of the cigarette he had just smoked. Yuk. I mentioned the burnt peas. He then returned with the dessert menu. Five minutes later a woman arrived at our table, seemingly ready for a fight. She was probably the owner – who knows, because she didn’t introduce herself. She mentioned the calves liver and said it wasn’t being cooked today because their staff hadn’t taken it out of the freezer! And then she started – ‘I hear you haven’t been happy with your meal’. ‘No, we said, because we had to wait almost an hour for our food to arrive’. She said ‘No you didn’t, (how rude), because I’ve looked on the sheet and your food arrived within twenty minutes’. My friend quietly said ‘No, we ordered our meal at 1.15pm and it arrived at 2.00pm’. I again mentioned the peas were burnt and she said ‘Our chef boils them and sautés them in butter afterwards’. I said ‘That didn’t happen’. The woman then said she could see we weren’t going to have a good outcome and intimated we wouldn’t get any dessert. My friends said, ‘But we would like to order a dessert’, to which she rudely snatched the menus out of their hands, saying ‘It’s obvious you’re not going to enjoy anything here today’ and stalked off, presumably to the kitchen. We walked out without paying, and will never go back. This was the worst experience any of us has ever had in a restaurant and our advice to anyone would be ‘Don’t go near this place’.

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