The Hunny Bell, Hunworth

 

 

 The Three Horseshoes, Briston

The Blue Boar Inn, Great Ryburgh

 
 

The Brisley Bell Inn, Brisley  

Darby's Freehouse,  Swanton Morley

Kings Head, Letheringsett 

 

The Kings Head Hotel 

The Crown Hotel, Wells-next-to-the-Sea 

 

The White Horse, Brancaster Staithe 

The Anchor Inn, Morston 

The Hoste Arms, Burnham Market 

The Lord Nelson, Burnham Thorpe 

The Duck Inn, Stanhoe 

 The Ship Hotel, Brancaster

The Orange Tree, Thornham 

The Lifeboat Inn, Thornham 

 
 

The Ostrich, Castle Acre 

Best Norfolk Pubs

The Hunny Bell, Hunworth

A wonderful 18th Century pub with beamed main bar, sensitively restored, and cosy inside, a hidden gem nestling by the green at Hunworth.  The food is great and renowned for its simple use of fresh local produce.

01263 712300

www.thehunnybell.co.uk 

The Three Horseshoes, Briston

Dating from the 1880's this former coaching inn has been newly renovated.  Offering a range of traditional cask ales and ciders and an excellent wine list. Open all day, serving traditional and modern cuisine.

01263 861621

www.thethreehorseshoesbriston.co.uk 

The Blue Boar Inn, Great Ryburgh

A traditional 17th century Norfolk country Inn with low beamed ceilings and an impressive inglenook fireplace. serving real ales and fine wines.  Serving contemporary food and drink, mixing them with old fashioned and local recipies, which has given them a reputation for excellence that is truely deserved.

01328 829212

www.blueboar-norfolk.co.uk 

The Brisley Bell Inn, Brisley

A perfect country retreat set in the idyllic and tranquil setting of Brisley Common.  It is popular with walkers and cyclist.  Dating back to the 16th Century , the cosy beamed bar and great real ales including our own Taverners Tipple, its a perfect setting for a dining experience.

01362 668686

www.brisleybell-inn.co.uk 

Darby's Freehouse, Swanton Morley

An authentic county pub, where tractor seats act as barstools, farming memorabilla and stripped-pine tables give that rustic feel, with the inglenook fireplace giving a cosy glow in winter.  Real ales directly from the cast and fine home cooked food from locally sourced produce.

01362 637647

www.darbysfreehouse.com

The Kings Head, Letheringsett

As with all Flying Kiwi pubs the food is of the highest quality using the freshest locally sourced ingredients.  Offering a homely mix of original features and modern day comfort.

01263 712691

www.kingsheadnorfolk.co.uk

Kings Head Holt

Located in the centre of the delightful Georgian market town of holt is this popular grade II listed pub.  With two stylish bars and a stunning conservatory which is home to the steak resturant serving some of the best steaks in the country.

01263 712543

www.kingsheadholt.org.uk

The Crown Hotel, Wells-next-to-the-Sea

A former coaching inn overlooking a tree lined green in a pretty location.  The hotel offers a classic elegance and stylish yet rustic interior.  Serving local norfolk ale and some good quality food offering the best of both traditional favourites, modern British cuisine and dishes influenced from around the world.

01328 710209

www.crownhotelnorfolk.co.uk

The Victoria Hotel, Holkham

The Victoria is being transformed currently to make the most of its relationship with the Holkham Estate, the National Nature Reserve and the local community.  It will re-open in May 2013.

www.holkham.co.uk

The White Horse, Brancaster

Gloriously situated on the marshland coastline at Brancaster Staithe, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.  The conservatory restaurant with deck terrace give spectacular views of the marsh to Scolt Head Island, and is the perfect place to eat the best of local seafood and seasonal produce.  The bar offer beers from the Brancaster Brewery as well as other East Anglian favourites

01485 210262

www.whitehorsebrancaster.co.uk

The Anchor Inn, Morston

The EDP readers Restaurant of 2012, its a delightful coastal pub, one a haven for smugglers and fishermen. Now serving fresh local produce, fine wines and perfectly conditioned local ales. From mussels grown literally minutes from the pub to fine rare breed meats, the Anchor Team is dedicated to bringing you the best of Norfolk.

01263 741392

www.morstonanchor.co.uk

The Hoste, Burnham Market

Nestled in Nelson's countryside, and located in one of Norfolk's loveliest villages, offering superb hospitality and stylish surroundings.  The kitchen has been awarded two AA rosettes, with a team of dedicated chefs, the kitchen delivers a constantly evolving menu of imaginative modern British food.

01328 738777

www.thehoste.com

The Lord Nelson, Burnham Thorpe

The pub was built in 1637 as an Ale House, opposite the cricket ground in the village of Burnham Thorpe, the famous birth place of Britains greatest naval hero - Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson, who frequented the Ale House.  Today you can soak up the atmosphere as little has changed over the past 370 years.  Ales are still served straight from the cask, and we would recommend that you try 'Nelson's Blood' a unique recipe of blended rum and mixed spices.  The kitchen staff are passionate about using fresh food from the North Norfolk coast, bring high standrd food at affordable prices.

01328 738241

www.nelsonslocal.co.uk

The Duck Inn, Stanhoe

A traditional British pub, proudly serving local beers.  The bar is cosy in winter with an open fire, with a wonderful garden to enjoy in the summer, with outdoor log burners to keep you warm on those Autumn evenings.  Passionate about food we aim to deliver the freshest, delicious and affordable food.

01485 518330

www.duckinn.co.uk

The Ship Hotel, Brancaster

Situated at the end of Beach Road in this traditional fishing village, the Ship Hotel has been loving restored to its former glory.  A warm inviting bar with wood-burner.  The restaurant specialises in preparing fresh, locally caught seafood to the highest standard, along with both meat and vegeterian dishes. 

01485 210333

www.shiphotelnorfolk.co.uk

The Orange Tree, Thornham

Norfolk Pub of the Year, The Good Pub Guide 2013, and one of the top 20 Dining pubs in the UK, Eat out Magazine.  Nestled in a beautiful village this family run business offers stylish contemporary dining, serving award-winning food in a laid back 'unstuffy' environment.  Producing innovative new dishes, new twists to old classics,  aswell as being renowned for local seafood dishes.

01485 512213

www.theorangetreethornham.co.uk

The Lifeboat Inn, Thornham

A welcoming lounge with open fireplace, a history-soaked bar, and bright conservatory, The Lifeboat Inn has been receiving guests since the 16th Century.  An extensive menu with some of the best known local suppliers, with Venison from Houghton Hall, Oysters, lobsters & Mussels from Brancaster and crabs from Cromer to name a few.  Quality real ales with regular guest pumps.

01485 512236

www.lifeboatinnthornham.com

The Ostrich Inn, Castle Acre

Standing on the green for over four hundred years, slightly haunted with walls and ceilings askew, it still offers the style of old England with a dash of medieval.  The decor is lavish and warm and the garden is beautifully landscaped.  Oliver Cromwells grandmother propped up the bar in the late 15 hundreds!  Eat, drink, relax and enjoy the atmosphere created by its present owners.

01760 755398

www.ostrichcastleacre.com