The Ship Inn is situated in the attractive Broadland village of South Walsham in east Norfolk. It re-opened in November 2008 under the management of the same team who run the popular Recruiting Sergeant at Horstead and Black Boys Hotel at Aylsham.
The pub has undergone extensive refurbishment to the kitchen, bar and restaurant areas enabling us to offer quality food, local real ales and fine wines to our usual high standard.
Please see the restaurant page for opening times and menus. On Sundays we open all day from 11am and serve food from 12noon - 9pm including a delicious roast lunch from £9.95.
Restaurant and Bar
Our menus cater for both traditional and more imaginative tastes using local produce where possible. Our regular menus (shown below) are supplemented by a Daily Specials menu making the most of fresh seasonal ingredients. A selection of delicious homemade desserts is offered to round off your meal.
Local real ales are available from the bar as well as a selection of fine wines by the glass or bottle. Freshly brewed speciality coffees may also be ordered.
Dogs are welcome in the bar and bar dining area of the pub. Please mention when booking if you are bringing a dog so that we may allocate a suitable table.
Hours of work
Bar Opening Times:
Everyday 11am - 11pm
Food Service Times:
Mon–Thurs 12noon - 2pm & 6pm - 9.30pm
Fri/Sat 12noon - 2pm & 6pm - 9.30pm
Sun 12noon - 9pm
The Ship Inn is situated in the attractive Broadland village of South Walsham in east Norfolk. The city of Norwich is 10 miles to the west and the coastal resort of Great Yarmouth 11 miles east.
The B1140 is the most direct road to South Walsham. If coming from the south pick it up at North Burlingham on the main A47 road linking Norwich and Great Yarmouth. If coming from north Norfolk find it on the left just after Wroxham.
Please use the Get Directions facility on the Google map above for more precise instructions from your area. (The map can be moved around by using the mouse and holding a left click)
For walkers or those travelling by boat on the Norfolk Broads - the pub is approximately 20 minutes walk by footpath and road from South Walsham Broad and 30 minutes from the Fleet Dyke moorings or Ranworth Staithe. There are several popular walks and footpaths in the local area.