NORFOLK PLACE TO STAY: The Ostrich Inn – South Creake

Ultralab (1990-2006)‘s Hal MacLean and myself stayed at the Ostrich Inn, South Creake in North Norfolk while working on Ultralab (1990-2006)’s joint collaboration project with The Rural Norfolk Federation.

This hotel was great, you get to cook your own breakfast from the fresh farm products found in your room fridge. The location is very peaceful and the staff are very friendly. The rooms are great too, very clean and very modern. I was woken up in the morning to the sound of tractors. A great rural place to stay.

Only gripe is that we were very hungry after working solid all day, (had not eaten since breakfast) and the bar food was not taking orders till 6pm. We drove to the Hungry Horse (Henry IV) in Fakenham and the food just kept coming!, fantastic.

If you found this review while searching on the Internet, be sure to tell the hotel when you book that ‘Ultralab (1990-2006)’ sent you.

My ranking out of 10: 9

–UPDATE 25th OCTOBER 2007 from the new landlord:

Since July 07 the pub is now under new ownership , A nice Irish Couple Mandy & Richard & 2 year old daughter Hannah are now running the Pub. They still have Real Ales and a New and Extensive Menu. Why not give it a try…. and tell them ‘Cleveratom (2006-2011)’ sent you (as I’m not at Ultralab (1990-2006) anymore!)….

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Matthew Eaves

Matthew Eaves is Director at Creative Learning Systems Ltd

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