Coast Road, SALTHOUSE, NR25 7XA
In a quiet coastal village within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this traditional brick and flint pub probably originated as a cattle barn built around 1650. Today it overlooks some of Britain's finest salt marshes, so expect to share it, particularly the front garden, with birdwatchers and walkers. The interior decor seems to reflect the surrounding farmland and seascapes with brick walls, bare floorboards and a wood-burning stove. Local suppliers provide high quality produce for select menus prepared from scratch, especially fresh shellfish and game from local shoots. Samphire, asparagus and soft fruit are all sourced within five miles.
Tel: 01263 740467
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Woodforde's Wherry, Adnams, guest ales
All day all week
Coach parties catered.