The Wiveton Bell is situated on the Village Green and close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just two minutes drive or ten minutes walk from Blakeney.
Although renowned for its cuisine, The Bell is faithful to its roots as a traditional village pub where people can wander in with walking boots and dogs to enjoy good company as well as fine ales, wine and food. We hope you will choose to visit the Wiveton Bell where our happy team of local staff look forward to getting to know you.
Fine Ale and Wine
Adnams Broadside, Woodfordes Wherry and Peter Yetman’s Holt beer – brewed in the Georgian market town of Holt just 4 miles from Wiveton – are sold alongside premium draught lager and a carefully selected wine list . When visiting for drinks our friendly local bartenders, Joe, Mikey and Amy, will keep you entertained with snippets of gossip and information about local attractions. A real fire glows in the inglenook in winter. Alfresco drinking and dining can be enjoyed in summer, under clear skies in daytime or starlight at night with the added pleasure of background heating.
Eastern Daily Press Best Food Pub in 2007 and runners up in 2008, an AA rosette, winner of the 2010 Good Food Guides Best Restaurant readers Awards for the East of England the Bell offers diners exceptional quality and value.
The character of this eighteenth century pub, fully refurbished in 2008 creates an atmosphere both traditional yet chic.
Whether wearing wellies or heals both are at home here, family celebrations mix with walkers and locals popping in for a pint. Well motivated and trained staff use top quality ingredients locally sourced where possible.
Paul Graves supplies Beef and Pork from the Stodie estate,Mark Randell Mussels and Oysters and Glen Weston Crabs and Lobsters from his own boat. The menu changes with the seasons and there is always a daily special alongside unrivalled homemade desserts.
The Wiveton Bell benefits from a south facing sunny garden which is sheltered on all sides. In the evening the patio is lit by candle light and patio heaters keep away the chill as customers enjoy the benefits that only an area of low light pollution brings to a magnificent star lit sky.
East of England regional winner of the Good Food Guide Readers' Restaurant of the Year Award
Wiveton Bell, Norfolk, has been named as the East of England regional winner of The Good Food Guide Readers' Restaurant of the Year Award and appears in 'The Good Food Guide 2011.
More than 25,000 diners nominated* their favourite restaurants, pubs and caf√©s. Among the many recommendations, Wiveton Bell was put forward for its 'great food, wonderful warm service and lovely atmosphere'.
Young adults and pets welcome. Alfresco dining weather permitting.
Hours of work
Now open all day 7 days a week 12 midday 'til close.
Lunch served 12 midday -2.15 (Sundays 2.45)
Dinner served 6.00 -9.00 (Sundays 8.30)