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Serving authentic Thai food you should are welcome to experience a little bit of Thailand in the heart of Fakenham. We are Fakenham’s only Thai restaurant located on the first floor overlooking the bustling market square.
Nestled in 250 acres of beautiful countryside, Barnham Broom is an idyllic 4 star country hotel in Norfolk – one of the very finest Norwich hotels – where you can relax and unwind.
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.
Built in 1730 the building has been an inn since 1830 The "Cross Keys", Dilham is now under enthusiastic, new management of Paul Grothier and his wife, , the Cross Keys, Dilham is now up and running and serving good food and real ales.
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.
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.
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.