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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.
Nestled in 300 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 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.
Much of our produce is locally sourced and we offer a great choice of dining options including Breakfast, full bar menu, set menus and a la carte as well as our room service menus.
A great local pub serving cask ales and great food which is freshly prepared from locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, offering something for everybody.
Enjoy Delia's recipes cooked to her high standards in our beautiful restaurant at Norwich City Football Club. Warm, friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere makes us the perfect choice for celebrating the weekend.
Overlooking the pleasant country village green, The Duke's Head is a wonderful place to enjoy a meal, a drink or a friendly chat. Parts of the building date back 300 years and the pub has retained some wonderful period features.