The Globe Inn – Wells-Next-The-Sea

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.

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The Sea Marge at Overstrand

To the casual visitor Overstrand is a pleasant but unremarkable Norfolk coastal village. There is a good beach, a village shop and post office, a clifftop cafe and a good public house; a great place to spend a summer's day. However, there is more to Overstrand than meets the eye. I will be detailing some of the village's unusual features in a later article. The Sea Marge Hotel is an impressive building at the eastern end of the high street and is a unique place to stay and a great place to dine.

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The Ship Inn at Mundesley

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.

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The Gunton Arms – a unique Norfolk pub

The Gunton Arms at Thorpe Market in Norfolk is a unique public house. This is due to the fact that it contains a large collection of modern artworks that are intriguing to say the least. In addition, the food is excellent and the surroundings are beautiful. There are cosy rooms available for that special weekend in lovely North Norfolk.

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