This was a great few days. We booked late and nothing else was available so had to stay here. Slightly apprehensive about what it would be like but how wrong can you be! Excellent welcome and service and a great room. Food was first class...More
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Good dining pub offering reasonable choices at decent prices. Only a few places of quality to eat nearby and this is as good as others.
We called in for lunch on a Monday - we hadn't booked but there were plenty of tables available - and were duly seated by friendly & cheerful staff. Our drinks orders were prepared while we browsed the lunch menu which, while not extensive, looked...More
This place has improved no end over the last few years. We went twice in 3 nights last week. Originally because it was walking distance and second time because it was great the first time. Loved the food - especially the chicken dish which was...More
We usually stay at Morston Hall in Norfolk but decided to branch out and try a different location and we weren't disappointed by the Ship (which we had eaten at previously). Our room was small but homely up in the eves (though even I managed...More
Arrived early so had a drink in the bar (Norfolk Gin - lovely!). The room was extremely comfortable with interesting furniture and a wonderful selection of teas and ground Blue Mountain coffee, fresh milk and a cafetière. A good night's sleep and delicious full English...More
We recently stopped here for lunch and found this a really pretty restaurant with gorgeous rustic decor and very coastal. The food I I had was very pleasant but sadly my husbands dressed crab was not great. We found the menu rather limited too.
Late afternoon lunch after a day on the beach, ravenous as you can imagine. We had crab, luscious, not overcooked, bursting with succulent brown and white meat, framed with an exquisite salad and new potatoes, with fresh herbs. It was truly deliscious. OK, we were...More