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Click the map for tourism ideas Norfolk is well known for the Norfolk Broads, which form 125 miles of navigable waterways that extend from Norwich, south to the border with Suffolk. The area is a paradise for nature lovers, and boats can be hired to explore the freshwater lakes and water meadows. Many buildings are faced with flint & stone pebbles.
24 Tombland, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1RF. Tel: 01603 626099
Very popular Victorian inn dating from 1880 and located adjacent to the Cathedral. Formerly a hospice and originally known as the Ancient House.
Brick Kilns

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Norwich Road, Little Plumstead, Norfolk NR13 5JH. Tel: 01603 720043
Buckinghamshire Arms


Blickling Hall, Aylsham, Norfolk NR11 6NF. Tel: 01263 732133
Ferry Inn
Stokesby, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR29 3EX. Tel: 01493 751096
Pleasant inn with mooring space on part of the Norfolk Broads. Can get busy in Summer.
Fishermans Return


The Lane, Winterton-On-Sea, Norfolk NR29 4BN. Tel: 01493 393305
Fritton House Hotel

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Church Lane, Fritton, Norfolk NR31 9HA. Tel: 01493 484008
Fur & Feather
Slad Lane, Woodbastwick, Norfolk NR13 6HQ. Tel: 01603 720003
Delightful thatched building full of character, converted from a row of farm cottages in 1992. Woodforde's brewery tap, serving ales straight from the cask and fine home cooked meals.
Hare Arms


Stow Bardolf, Downham Market, Norfolk PE34 3HT. Tel: 01366 382229
Located just off the A10 between King's Lynn and Downham Market the Hare Arms serves good food and local well kept ales.
Hoste Arms

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The Green, Burnham Market, Norfolk PE31 8HD. Tel: 01328 738777
300 year old multi award winning hotel, popular with local fishermen. The Hoste is without doubt one of England's finest inns. Busy in the evening with diners who travel far & wide for the top quality menu but you'll also find the bar filled with people mid Friday afternoon on a cold winters day. When you find an establishment that scores highly in EVERY department, you can expect it to be popular. The building has a wide and varied history as it's been used both as a brothel and by Lord Nelson.
Jolly Sailor
Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk PE31 8BJ. Tel: 01485 210314
A warm, friendly 18th Century pub, overlooking the water of picturesque Brancaster Staithe. The Pub and Restaurant both serve local seafood produce and specialities, traditional ales and international cuisine.
Lord Nelson

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Walsingham Road, Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk PE31 8HN. Tel: 01328 738241
Iconic Norfolk pub named after Horatio Nelson, who was born in Burnham Thorpe.
Star Hotel

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24 Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 1HG. Tel: 01493 842294
Delightful half timbered 17th Century hotel overlooking the River Yare. The hotel has a charming victorian feel and boasts one of the oldest inn signs in the Country.
Swan Inn
Sea Palling Road, Ingham, Norfolk NR12 9AB. Tel: 01692 581099
16th Century inn located next to the 11th Century village church offering good home cooked food, real ales and excellent accommodation in a friendly atmosphere.
The Gamekeeper

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The Green, Old Buckenham, Norfolk NR17 1RE. Tel: 01953 860397
Dating back to 1639, the Gamekeeper inn is located on Norfolk's largest village green in an area well worth a visit. Old Buckenham has a castle, a tower windmill with the largest diameter tower in England and is close to Snetterton motor racing circuit. The Gamekeeper has a large inglenook log fire, original pamment flooring, exposed brickwork and period features. Good food is served along with a good wine list & real ales.
The Lifeboat

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Ship Lane, Thornham, Norfolk PE36 6LT. Tel: 01485 512236
400-year-old atmospheric inn situated in a magnificent location overlooking the salt marshes on the Norfolk coast. Oak-beamed bar lit by old oil lamps and warmed by crackling log fires.
Three Horseshoes

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The Street, Warham, Norfolk NR23 1NL. Tel: 01328 710547
Excellent 18th Century flint faced inn which has expanded into adjacent buildings over the years. The inn is filled with various bits of memorabilia and old photographs of the pub showing it before its pre war refurbishment. Excellent ales and great food.
Tudor Rose
St. Nicholas Street, King'S Lynn, Norfolk PE30 1LY. Tel: 01553 7628241
Historic half-timbered inn which claims to have the ghost of a former nun who haunts the property. The building functioned as a nunnery back in the 15th century.
Victoria Inn

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Park Road, Holkham, Norfolk NR23 1RG. Tel: 01328 711008
The Victoria Inn is ideally situated just a few minutes' walk from Holkham Beach. Friendly, buzzy, Norfolk classic, opened in 1837 - the year the Great Queen took the throne. The Vic is dog friendly with superb food and well kept ales housed in a delighful Norfolk brick and flint building.
Village Inn
Water Lane, West Runton, Norfolk NR27 9QP. Tel: 01263 838000
Single Storey village inn laid back from the road. Large garden area. Character internal rooms with beams and panelling. Excellent quality food and cask ales.
White Horse

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4 High Street, Blakeney, Holt, Norfolk NR25 7AL. Tel: 01263 740574
Just yards from the Blakeney National Trust reserve with sea views the White Horse serves great food and ales.
Wildebeest Arms


82 Norwich Road, Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk NR14 8QJ. Tel: 01508 492497
Dating back to 1837 the Wilderbeest is very much a dining experience with superb food and fantastic wines. Located just 5 miles south of Norwich City centre.