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Located at the heart of the peaceful North West Norfolk Coastline near to Hunstanton, The Briarfields at Titchwell is a hidden gem. Pull off the A149 coastal road and enjoy our tranquil setting and warm welcome.
The Crown Inn, located in the South Norfolk village of Pulham Market is a traditional freehouse and restaurant. We offer a wide range of real ales and very drinkable wines along with locally sourced, skilfully prepared and reasonably priced food.
The pub has a traditional, country feel with a modern twist, and is a great place to enjoy a pint or savor one of the many delicious dishes from the menu.
Our loyal band of customers already know how good the food and drink is at The Fur and Feather Inn - it's what keeps them coming back week after week.
Overlooking a pretty, leafy Georgian square in the bustling seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, The Globe Inn is a great base for a break on the beautiful north Norfolk coast or an ideal spot for a pint of local beer and some simple, home cooked food
The Hoste Arms is a seventeenth-century coaching inn offering 35 stylish bedrooms in Burnham Market, a stone’s throw away from the beautiful North Norfolk coast, with its stunning beaches and walks.
As a former Dower House, The Lodge is a listed building and inside, real ales, wooden floors and food sourced from local producers all contribute to a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere.
The Oak Inn is an imposing building formerly called Cawdron House, which used to be a wine merchants. Check out the cool paved wine cellar eating areas, which make the place deceptively spacious.