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A Piece of Cake was established in July 2010 by 2 local mums Liz Nelson and Julie Longhurst who passionately believed the one thing their village was missing was a tea room serving traditional homemade cakes.
Serving authentic Thai food you should are welcome to experience a little bit of Thailand in the heart of Fakenham. We are Fakenhamís only Thai restaurant located on the first floor overlooking the bustling market square.
The Ancient Mariner Inn is a traditional, popular village pub, serving award winning real ales and excellent food. With direct access to the sand dunes and beach beyond it has unrivalled views, extensive outside seating and a children's play area.
Golf Course Road Old Hunstanton Hunstanton, Norfolk PE36 6JJ
t: view phone01485 534411
Welcome to the Brasserie at Barnham Broom, a place for relaxed enjoyment where you can experience the best of local produce in the heart of the Norfolk countryside. Allow our chefs to satisfy your tastes with a variety of seasonal and hearty flavour
The Black Swan Inn was originally built in the early 18th century and has recently been completely refurbished and extended, now with bed and breakfast accommodations to a very high standard.
The Blue Boar Inn, in Great Ryburgh, is an old country coaching inn dating back to 1685. The beamed bar has a large inglenook fireplace, giving a warm welcome on any day.
The Boat Shed is most definitely one of the best kept secrets on the Broads.
The Bull is decorated the interior with a modern contemporary but sympathetic, furnishings and style. There are plenty of lounging sofas downstairs, as well as seating at the bar and tables for eating and drinking.