Where to eat out in North Norfolk 

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The Ship
Mundesley 

Our local pub offering good pub food and has a cool 'The Catch' fish and chip shop. Great location in front of the beach and features a slipway straight onto the beach. Located between Meadow and Admiral House, closer to Admiral.

 

The Suffield Arms
Gunton Station 4m 

The second pub for famous art dealer Ivor Braka of the Gunton Arms fame, its set to be the 'go to' pub after a 1M refurb.  Expect a cool & quirky interior, great wine and beers and tapas, plus a fantastic  walled garden.  

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Shambles Cafe 
North Walsham 4m
 

Shambles Cafe Bar Bistro is a fantastic family run coffee house and restaurant. Situated in the heart of North Walsham and serves locally sourced, fresh cooked food, with a Mediterranean / Middle Eastern twist.  https://www.shamblescafenorfolk.co.uk

 

Don't forget to check out the antique centre and Timeline Antiques in North Walsham.

 

Groveland Farm Shop
Roughton 6m

En route to Aylsham you can stop at the Groveland Farm Shop Located in a traditional Norfolk flint barn, the complex includes a restaurant & coffee shop, delicatessen, butchery, wine cellar, garden centre & gift shop, craft shop, car wash, hair & beauty salon, ladies boutique, plus shelves brimming with fresh local fruit and vegetables.

 

Holt
Georgian Mkt Town 17m

Famed for its boutiques, antique shops, art galleries and cafe's, Holt is a must stop destination and can be combined with a trip to the coast stopping at Cley and Blakeney. But to be honest you can spend a whole day here exploring (head down the back streets). Top places to shop for produce are North Norfolk Fish Co ,wine at Bakers and Larners and enjoy a coffee at Byfords.

 

If you like Antiques you'll love Holt.

 

Holt Antiques 

 

Shirehall Plain 

 

Bayfield Hall Stables  then a coffee at Art Cafe

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Dun Cow
Salthouse 15m

This is my favourite drive to pub, as it's about 15 miles away, but wow what a drive. Take the A148 past Cromer to Holt and then drop down to the coast road (A149) in Sheringham towards Blakeney, you will pass it in Salthouse. Work up an appetite by walking around Blakeney or around Cley. But enough said, great location, stunning view, great food, lovely interior, good service. Salthouse | Norfolk | NR25 7XA | 01263 740467  Website 

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Holt Antiques Centre
Just outside Holt 15M

 Holt Antiques & Interiors Centre houses many dealers & is an Autentico Chalk Paint Stockist too. You will find antique furniture, painted and country furniture, farm bygones, collectables, paintings, art, unique lighting, retro, vintage and industrial decor, rustic and handmade items, clocks and accessories for the home and garden ornaments, benches & architectural salvage. 2 mins from historic Georgian Holt town centre, free parking

http://www.holtantiquesandinteriors.co.uk/home

 

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Rocky Bottoms
East Runton 8m nr Cromer

Fantastic fish restaurant run by a husband and wife team. Fresh Weybourne crabs and lobsters straight from the sea onto your plate.

Definitely worth a visit, we advise booking.

 

https://www.rockybottoms.co.uk

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Thornham Oysters
Hamper delivery 
https://thornhamoysterco.co.uk/

Why not just stay in and order a fantasic seafood hamper from the cool guys at Thorham Oysters. Remember to pre-order as they have to deliver. 

 

Other great eat out's
 

The Crown, Trunch 3m - just for a walk and pint, pretty village

 

The Corner House cafe, Mundesley - keeping it local

The Shambles Cafe - North Walsham, a cool must go to cafe 

The Buckinghamshire Arms, near Aylsham - good food, stunning setting

 

The Saracens Head - about 8m on a good day - get lost in Norfolk! 

 

The Walpole ArmsItteringham 14m, good gastro food, a treat!

White Horse Neatishead on The Broads 

 

The Red Lion, Cromer 7m, for the views and ok food

No1 Fish and Chips and Mary Janes - both excellent

Rocky Bottoms near East Runton, for amazing sea food (book)

 

The Rocket House cafe, Cromer - what a view!

Fancy a fry up? The Lifeboat Cafe and perfect morning view 

Good coffee - Grey Seal and North Sea Coffee Cromer 

 

The Kings Head, Leahringsett 18m, - good (gastro) food, big garden

 

Art Cafe, Glandford 20m, on the way to coast via Holt, simple and nice!

 

Morston Hall 24m, dig deep it's a Michelin 1 Star  with a 7 course taster menu, but it's so worth it!

 

 

 

 

 

Mundesley,  cafe, pubs, restaurants
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Eating out in Mundesley

The Ship Inn: mundesley-ship.co.uk
Near esplanade, overlooking the sea, wonderful pub garden with play equipment for the kids, good pub food and very welcoming

The Royal Hotel: royal-hotel-mundesley.co.uk
Five minutes from Meadow House, recently revamped, Sunday lunches, very welcoming

Corner House Cafe
Lovely cafe just up the road from us, nice breakfasts, lovely for afternoon tea, lovely people

New Sage Chinese takeaway: Really excellent chinese takeaway about 7 minutes walk from Beach House, an absolute favourite with many of our guests

The Catch at The Ship pub and Fish & Fry shop in the centre of the village, about a 10 minute walk away.

Highly recommended in the local area (short drive away)

 

Gunton Arms: theguntonarms.co.uk
Our favourite gastro place, amazing food, art, atmosphere. 5 stars from us!

The Shambles Cafe / Bistro - a local fav of ours and a must visit whilst you are here 

Vernon Arms: vernonarms.com
Good pub food, great building, great reviews, need I say more!

The White Horse, Neatishead - lovely pub just a short drive towards The Broads