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Search results in Fakenham, Norfolk
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.
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 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.
Fakenham Sports Centre offers a range of sport activities and also a food and drink to enjoy throughout the day. We also have a function room available for parties, weddings and other events.
Built originally as a coaching Inn the Jolly Farmers has been welcoming guests since the early 1800's, these days we offer good food and drink in traditional surroundings with a warm and convivial atmosphere.
Set in mature woodland’s and landscaped riverside gardens, Lenwade House, a country hotel and wedding venue, is conveniently situated 8 miles from Norwich City centre at the same time only 20 miles from the North Norfolk coastline.
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.