The Lifeboat Inn celebrates AA recognition
The Lifeboat Inn is delighted to announce that the establishment has been awarded 3 AA Stars and received 1 AA Rosette for culinary excellence after a meticulous AA inspection. AA Rosettes and Stars are awarded solely by AA Hotel and Restaurant inspectors with no influence from hotels, restaurants or other guides.
The Lifeboat Inn is a traditional coastal inn set in Thornham village on the North Norfolk coast. It has been completely refurbished and boasts 13 stylish bedrooms, some with coastal views, an oak-beamed bar, relaxed dining room and a glass roofed conservatory. The inn is known for its evolving seasonal menus that use the very best local and fresh produce and reflect The Lifeboat’s proximity to the coast.
The AA Stars and Rosettes scheme was established in 1908 and is one of the most prestigious awards recognised nationally. The inn was awarded 3 AA Stars after evaluating cleanliness, hospitality, service, accommodation and food. The Lifeboat has received a very high AA Merit Score of 86%, which allows to compare hotels within the same star rating.
The AA inspector, Rebecca Johnson, has complimented quality ingredients and locally sourced food, lovely ambience in the restaurant, all round cleanliness and charming public areas.
General Manager at The Lifeboat, James Green, has said: “We’re delighted with the recent recognition. It is great testament to the development of The Lifeboat and the hard work put in by the team in the past year. We will continue to grow and strive for the best standards in order that our guests receive a great experience with some memorable moments.”