Salthouse Dun Cow in North Norfolk is a bit special. Situated alongside the A149 coast road the public house is beside the village green. The interior is traditional in design…
Notable public houses in the North Norfolk area
Dog-friendly pubs on the North Norfolk coast.
The Ship Inn at Weybourne serves excellent food in very pleasant surroundings. It is advisable to book for Sunday lunch.
Overstrand on the North Norfolk coast is an ideal location for quieter family holidays. The beach is sandy and is never overcrowded. Local amenities include an excellent village stores, a public house, a cafe, a sports club with a bar open to the public, a shop where locally caught crabs and lobsters can be purchased, a holiday park and a hotel.
Now open in Norwich, BrewDog has a craft beer for each day of the year. Good food as well. You will find it at No 1 Queen Street.
Of the many eateries in Wells in North Norfolk, The Globe Inn comes out a clear winner for me. The recent refurbishment has been a great success and this is a comfortable and relaxing place to dine. The menu is varied, and The Globe serves excellently prepared and presented food made with locally sourced produce. Try The Globe when you are next in Wells - it must rate as one of the best North Norfolk pubs.
Sarah Sands, a journalist on the London Evening Standard, has been singing the praises of North Norfolk. In a very positive article about the Victoria Inn at Holkham she also extolled the virtues of North Norfolk in general.
The Ship Inn at Mundesley is an excellent seaside public house that is handy for the beach. With plenty of car parking and a grassed play area for children, plus unobstructed sea views from the restaurant, this is a very popular venue for locals and visitors to North Norfolk.
Good beer, good food and good company; the Vernon Arms at Southrepps near Cromer in Norfolk offers all three. If you are visiting North Norfolk ensure that the Vernon is on your itinerary.