North West Norfolk - Food & Drink
The Orange Tree
This pub is extremely high regarded and the winner of many awards for their food! They have been described by Eat Out magazine as being One of the top 20 dining pubs in the UK, and they have two AA rosettes for food. They are children-friendly with a playground, and are regarded as one of the best places to dine out in North Norfolk.
Tel: 01485 512424Address: High Street, Thornham
The White Horse
Overlooking marshland on the North Norfolk Coast, The White Horse is a friendly place to eat and drink in peaceful surroundings. Seafood served here is caught literally a stones throw away! They are also open for breakfast in the mornings, and have a good selection of real ale. A comforting log fire keeps the establishment warm during the winter months.
Tel: 01485 210262Address: Brancaster Staithe
House on the Green
The House on the Green has a large beer garden to enjoy during the warmer months, which they really make the most of with local bands and barbecues. All food is cooked on the premises and they have a rotating guest ale on tap. Very child-friendly.
Tel: 01553 631323Address: Ling Common Road, North Wootton, King's Lynn
The King William IV
Surround yourself in paintings of the North Norfolk coast while enjoying a cask of ale and some delicious locally sourced food at The King William IV in Hunstanton. The bar is dog-friendly, the prices are reasonable, and they have a daily specials board.
Tel: 01485 571765Address: Heacham Road, Sedgeford, Hunstanton
The Gin Trap
Based in the beautiful North Norfolk coastal village of Ringstead, The Gin Trap is a cosy traditional inn with a welcoming atmosphere. They are winners of the prestigious AA Pub of the Year award in 2006-2007. During the winter you can relax by the real log fire, or in the hotter months sit outside in the fantastic walled garden.
Tel: 01485 525264Address: 6 High Street, Ringstead
The Lord Nelson
Located in Burnham Thorpe in the Kings Lynn area of North Norfolk, The Lord Nelson is a pub steeped in history. Sit where Nelson himself spent many an hour during the eighteenth-century, composing letters of protest about his lack of a ship! Real ales are served on tap, and the world famous Nelsons blood is a popular drink!
Tel: 01328 738241Address: Walsingham Road, Burnham Thorpe, King's Lynn
The Ship Hotel
The Ship Hotel is a warm and inviting country pub with a spacious bar and elegant dining area. Its roaring wood-burner is perfect for people to relax next to, even on the coldest days. The hotel also hosts award winning and highly experienced chefs using only the finest ingredients. Visit www.shiphotelnorfolk.co.uk for a sample menu.
Tel: 01485 210333Address: Main Road, Brancaster
The Crown Hotel
The Crown Hotel has retained its character whilst creating a beautifully decorated interior overlooking the quiet, tree-lined green known as The Buttlands. It’s fantastic choice of dishes, ranging from the traditional favourites to dishes from all over the world, perfect to enjoy with family and friends after a day exploring the Norfolk coast. Visit www.crownhotelnorfolk.co.uk for more details.
Tel: 01328 710209Address: The Buttlands, Wells-next-the-sea