Rose & Crown


Accommodation available
Speciality beers
Cask ales
Craft beers
Separate restaurant
Disabled access
Disabled loos
  • Separate restaurant
  • Sandwiches sold

Bar food times: 12-8.30; 12-9 Fri-Sat

Typical main dish: beer-battered haddock and chips

Typical main dish price: £14.75

Average two course evening meal price: £23.00

  • Speciality beers
  • Cask ales (5)
  • Craft beers (2)

Price of cheapest bitter: ££3.80

Name of cheapest bitter: Woodfordes Wherry

  • Dogs allowed in bedrooms

Number of bedrooms: 16

Price of a bedrooms starts at £0.00

  • Children allowed in the bar
  • Children allowed in the restaurant
  • Dogs allowed in the bar
  • Dogs allowed in bedrooms

Pub pets: Mole - wire-haired fox terrier

The good pub guide review

With well trained, friendly staff, a fine range of drinks, excellent food and stylish bedrooms it is hardly surprising that this lovely inn remains a firm favourite with so many customers. The two main bars have distinct character and simple charm, with an open fire and woodburning stove, old quarry tiles or coir flooring, upholstered wall seating and wooden tables and chairs, candles on mantelpieces and daily papers. There are stools against the bar where locals enjoy real ales such as Adnams Broadside and Southwold, Eagle IPA, Woodfordes Wherry and a regularly changing guest on handpump; also, a dozen wines by the glass, around 20 gins (including local ones), seasonal cocktails and jugs of sangria, local cider and fresh fruit juices. A small wood-floored back room has old sports equipment, the landlord's sporting trophies and photos of the pub-sponsored village cricket team. The civilised little restaurant (decorated in soft greys) has cushions and picture mounts with splashes of bright green and cream candles in antique brass candlesticks. At the back of the building, two rooms make up the airy Garden Room, with sofas, wooden farmhouse and white-painted dining chairs around a mix of circular and square tables, church candles in crown-shaped holders, attractive striped blinds and doors that lead to the pretty walled garden. Here there are plenty of contemporary seats and tables underneath parasols, outdoor heaters, colourful herbaceous borders and a wooden galleon-shaped climbing structure for children.The 16 bedrooms are spacious and individually decorated and breakfasts very good. Disabled lavatories and wheelchair ramp. Sister pub is the Bank House in King's Lynn.

The good pub guide food review

Impressive food using the best local produce includes sandwiches, sticky miso aubergine with satay rice, Staithe Smokehouse salmon with pickled kohlrabi and salted cucumber, sweet potato and chickpea stew with babaganoush, burger with fries, Moroccan spiced roasted lamb loin with lamb tagine pie, sweet potato purée and crispy chicken skin, pan-seared sea bass fillet with salt and vinegar mash, caviar and cockle chowder and spring roll, caesar salad with stuffed chicken, parmentier potatoes and charred baby gem, and puddings such as baked nutmeg custard with poached rhubarb and ginger snap and toffee apple tart with vanilla ice-cream.

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Contact Details

Rose & Crown, Old Church Road, Snettisham, King`s Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7LX

(01485) 541382

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 11-11

Saturday: 11-11

Sunday: 11-10.45