Ogilvy House offers three individually designed boutique double bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities including Matki shower enclosures, Villeroy and Boch sanitary wear and Limestone tiling. The Davies Room has an additional free standing bath.
All rooms offer under floor heating, Egyptian cotton bed linen, hypoallergenic pillows and quilts, a flat screen Smart TV, free Wi Fi connection, complimentary toiletries and hospitality tray.
(Ironing boards, hairdryers and hair straighteners can also be provided upon request.)
The Harrison Room
£85 per night
This room is so named after Matthew James 'Buttons' Harrison who was coxswain of the Cromer lifeboat until 1909. This is on the first floor and is a large bay fronted room furnished with a 6' zip and link bed that can be converted to two 3'single beds and a period chaiselongue.
The Allen Room
£85 per night
The Allen room is named after Edward Walter Allen who died in October 1941 on lifeboat service."Gave his life to save others". This is on the second floor facing the front of the property and has a 5 'bed.
The Davies Room
£90 per night
This Room is named after Henry 'Shrimp' Davies who was one of the longest serving coxswains of the Cromer lifeboat from 1947 to 1976.This is on the second floor and faces south. The room offers a 5' bed and the largest en-suite at Ogilvy House including a freestanding bath.