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“A charming yet chic gastropub set in a quaint rural Norfolk village. Recently renovated rooms have nods towards the original structure with exposed beams and brickwork but the furniture and fabrics are contemporary. A high-quality British menu pulls a crowd plus there are fabulous local walks.”

“A charming yet chic gastropub set in a quaint rural Norfolk village. Recently renovated rooms have nods towards the original structure with exposed beams and brickwork but the furniture and fabrics are contemporary. A high-quality British menu pulls a crowd plus there are fabulous local walks.”

Recommended For

  • Great walks
  • There are a vast range of scenic walking trails spreading out from the village some of which go all the way to the coast
  • Country Escape
  • With lovely walks, noteworthy cuisine, and cosy rooms — this is perfect for a rural weekend getaway
  • Foodies
  • With high quality produce and bold flavours the chef has created a standout British menu
  • Golf
  • Play a round on the 18-hole championship course, Sprowston Manor Golf Club, just 20-minutes from the hotel
  • Other Activities
  • During the summer months, spend sunny days on the beach with a picnic
  • Restaurant
  • Quiet
  • Intimate
  • Contemporary
  • Traditional
  • Child friendly
  • Village
  • Inn
  • Historic

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • No pets
  • Fireplace
  • Bar
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Child friendly

Activities

  • Great walks
  • There are a vast range of scenic walking trails spreading out from the village some of which go all the way to the coast
  • Golf
  • Play a round on the 18-hole championship course, Sprowston Manor Golf Club, just 20-minutes from the hotel
  • Other Activities
  • During the summer months, spend sunny days on the beach with a picnic

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The Ingham Swan

This renowned gastropub – back from the dead after a massive fire – is a local culinary destination and also has some very comfy rooms in the converted stable block next door. It’s a lovely, rural spot for a foodie weekend, exploring the footpaths, coast and countryside of this relatively unknown part of north Norfolk...

Originally published by The Telegraph