FIRST LOOK: New Norfolk boutique hotel The Harper prepares for 2020 opening

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A new boutique hotel will open its doors next year in North Norfolk.

The Harper will launch to the public in April 2020 in a former glass blowing factory in the village of Langham after a £6m transformation project that began in 2012.

The property will be home to 32 bedrooms, restaurant Stanley’s, named after owner Sam Cutmore-Scott’s grandfather, living space Ivy’s, named after Sam’s late grandmother, and games room, The Den.

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The Harper also boasts outside space, The Yard with food served from The Shack, plus a spa with pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room and two treatment rooms.

The iron, copper, oak and slate of The Harper’s interior lends it an unfussy, faintly mechanical air that evokes the building’s industrial past and Stanley’s life and work.

Sam Cutmore-Scott adds: “Here, where land meets sea, so shall quality meet informality – and we think they’ll get on famously.”

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