Good Hotel Guide Review
Just the place for watching a Friday-evening cricket match, this 17th-century inn faces the village green. It is owned and run by Norfolk-bred Amelia Nicholson and Marcus Seaman, who restored the old pub and expanded it to include stylish modern bedrooms in converted barns, each with direct access to the large garden, courtyard or herb garden. Two rooms have a freestanding bath; all are supplied with a small bottle of sloe gin and homemade shortbread. Lively groups of locals gather for Norfolk brews, cocktails and wines around original inglenook fireplaces, in the book-lined Garden Room or on a covered patio. Nature trails, country estates and the North Norfolk coastline are all within easy reach.
6. All on ground floor in converted barns, 1 suitable for disabled.
all year. Wed–Sat, 11 am–11 pm (food service 12 noon –2 pm and 6 pm–8:45 pm; Sun 11 am–10 pm (food service 12 noon to 5:45 pm). On Mon, Tues the pub is open from 5 pm-10 pm for drinks. Staying guests can check in from 3 pm and a set 3-course menu will be available at 6.30 pm only and will include a complimentary bottle of wine. On both Mon and Tues, breakfast will be continental only (served 8 am–10 am); Wed – Sun a full English is served.
bar, snug, restaurant, garden room, in-room TV (Freeview), pre-bookable in-room massages, covered patio, 2-acre garden (croquet lawn, herb garden, meadow) extending to village common, electric car charging point.
none, except for occasional live music events.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 2 bedrooms, bar, snug, garden.
per room B&B £145–£215. À