Tucked away in the village of Sedgeford, this free house has been an inn for over 175 years. It’s conveniently close to the north Norfolk coastline and the Peddars Way. Made cosy by winter log fires, it has four dining areas, plus a covered alfresco terrace where you may enjoy a local crab salad in the summer months. You’ll find five real ales on tap, and extensive menus (including one for vegetarians) to please everyone: smoked salmon, scotched quail's egg and king prawns or Asian duck salad for starters, and steak and Adnams Ale pie; or partridge breast; venison suet pudding; or stuffed salmon with crab meat to follow. Events include quiz Mondays and curry Tuesdays.