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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
A traditional 17th Century timbered inn in the quiet village of Banningham. Log fires in the Winter and a sheltered garden and patio in the Summer.CAMRA listed Freehouse serving 5 Real Ales. Free WI-FI in the bar. Families and dogs welcome.
The Black Swan Inn was originally constructed in the early eighteenth century and has recently been completely refurbished and extended.
You are assured of a warm welcome from all the staff here at The Bridge Inn pub and restaurant on the Norfolk Broads. As a family-run business we pride ourselves in our standards of food and service, value for money and attention to detail.
Whether you choose a casual bar meal or a formal dinner in our à la carte restaurant, the menus feature traditional favourites, the best of modern British cuisine and dishes influenced from around the world.
Standing at the head of the Village Green, this outstanding Norfolk Country pub/restaurant combines traditional period features with stunning modern-day comfort and luxury hotel accommodation.
With parts dating back to the 13th century, this 16th century inn is now a small country pub offering free Wi-Fi, 2 bars, a separate restaurant and comfortable en suite accommodation.
Our 2 AA rosetted restaurant is named after the local lords of the manor who would certainly have been welcome guests at The Dales in its heyday as a private house.
The Dog Inn, a delightful centuries-old hostelry, occupies a prominent position 5 minutes walk from Ludham Bridge, on the River Ant, where free moorings are available.