The good pub guide review
Updated 16th-c roadside inn under same owners as the nearby Lifeboat (see Main Entries); two front bar rooms with pale-painted beams, wooden chairs or cube seats around mix of wooden tables on carpet or painted floorboards, some local photographs, open fire, a few stools at counter serving two local ales and decent wines by the glass, well liked food from sandwiches, Norfolk tapas and light bites up, cosy room off with sofas, armchairs and woodburner, modern back dining room; children and dogs welcome, painted picnic-sets out at front, more seating in back courtyard garden with a couple of cabanas, 11 comfortable modern bedrooms, open all day.
Dating back to the 16th century, this pretty village inn on the North Norfolk coast is a welcoming sight for visitors wanting somewhere enticing to stay, relax and enjoy a great meal in comfort.
Inside you will find a traditional bar with a warm country feel, a vast open fire and low beamed ceiling. Enjoy a pint of real ale and a pub meal by the crackling fire, or try the a la carte menu with daily changing specials in the stylish dining room. There are also 11 stylish bedrooms, recently refurbished. The luxurious rooms and en-suite bathrooms offer contemporary 21st century comfort and style to relish in.