Commences Work on
Heacham Manor Hotel

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this feature possible

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Searles Leisure Resort in Hunstanton, who provide high quality family holidays, have run their family business since inception in 1932.  As part of an extensive development programme, Searles purchased part of Manor Farm in Heacham with the intention of building a nine hole golf course and 150 holiday lodges.  These lodges are currently available on Redgate Court, part of Searles Country Park.   The Country Park, in addition to Redgate Court, has lodges at Fairway Court, a nine hole golf course, driving range, fishing lake, bowls green and the Country Club House.

Heacham Manor Hotel

Supported by Hunstanton's current and active regeneration project and proposed investment in Kings Lynn, Searles are confident in West Norfolk as a tourism destination.  As a result, Searles are pressing ahead with development at Manor Farm, Hunstanton Road, Heacham.  The new complex will be known as Heacham Manor Hotel and will include a luxury spa, swimming pool, gymnasium and golf club house supporting a new 18-hole championship golf course.  There will be a four star boutique style hotel alongside 33 farm style cottages, 8 of which will be from the conversion of existing farm buildings at the farm.  Heacham Manor Hotel will have a strong golfing focus encouraging society bookings, corporate events and golf tuition courses.


The design phase is nearing completion for the Heacham Manor project with the construction of new buildings and refurbishment of existing buildings planned to commence in April 2008.  The 16th century farmhouse will include reception rooms and 12 bedrooms designed in keeping with the character of the building.  There will also be a bar, conference room, fine dining restaurant and conservatory.


The 33 cottages at Heacham Manor will be sold as investments - on a leasehold basis - with purchasers being entitled to six weeks a year for their own use.  The remainder of the year will be available for the public to book through Heacham Manor Hotel.  The estimated returns from bookings for purchasers are expected to be upwards of 6% per annum.  Each cottage has been designed in such a way that individual rooms may be booked or, alternatively, the whole cottage can be booked.  The cottages are available to purchase off plan from January 2008.