Self Catering Accommodation in North Norfolk
Great Places to Eat and Drink
There is a fuller and more comprehensive list of great places to eat in each property, but here are a few of our favourites.
The Hunny Bell
The Green, Hunworth, Melton Constable, NR24 2AA
Once again, just down the road from Briningham. The pub has a great atmosphere or eat in the conservatory for a more ‘dining room’ experience. Good seasonal food.
No 1 Cromer
1 New Street, Cromer, NR27 9HP
01263 512316 – downstairs
01263 515983 – upstairs
At the other end of the coast… the best fish and chips around. The restaurant is owned by Michelin starred chef Galton Blackiston. Set right on the seafront with amazing sea views. Eat in downstairs or takeaway. Alternatively go Upstairs at No 1 for a unique fish dining experience.
The Dial House
Market Place, Reepham, NR10 4JJ
Very local to our home in the beautiful market town of Reepham. Owned by the owners of Byfords and The Pigs at Edgefield. The food is simple, but excellent. The curiosity is the fact that everything you sit on and eat off is for sale!
The Kings Head
Holt Road, Letheringsett, NR25 7AR
Only a few miles down the road from Briningham. We love the atmosphere in The Kings Head. I have had some excellent fish here on more than one occasion.
The White Horse
Brancaster Staithe, PE31 8BY
Finalist in The Great British Pub Awards 2016. A spectacular spot for a pub/restaurant and the food doesn’t disappoint. Another great spot for a lunch mid walk along the Coastal Path. Dogs are welcome.
Holt, NR25 7AA
Town centre pub where excellent steaks and real ale are a speciality.
Morston, NR25 7AA
Our favourite place to eat after being out in the boat. Delicious, locally sourced food. In the winter – the Haddock Chowder is an absolute must. A perfect place for a pit stop on a walk from Blakeney… four legged friends are welcome.
Holt Road, Thursford, NR21 0BJ
Fancy a takeaway? Like Thai food? This is the best Thai food for miles around and all the better, because it is only just down the road from Briningham.
Bull Street, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6LN
My favourite place for a light lunch in Holt… soup and the most delicious cheese scones on a cold winter’s day… can’t beat it! Alternatively – forget supper and go to Folly’s for a decadent afternoon tea which will fill you up until breakfast the next day!
French’s Fish and Chips
The Quay, Wells-next-the-Sea, NR23 1AH
Simply the best fish and chips in Wells… which is why you often have to queue along the pavement, when the other fish and chip shop next door is empty!
Blakeney Road, Wiveton, NR25 7TL
Our top choice locally. We love the atmosphere in the pub and the food is always excellent. On route on a great circular walk from Blakeney along the coastal path to Cley out to the pub and then up to Wiveton Downs before returning to the coastal path back to Blakeney. Dogs welcome.
Morston, NR25 7AA
With its Michelin Star we go to Morston Hall for that extra special dining experience. There is a set tasting menu which costs £70 per person. We can honestly say that it really is a very special ‘foody’ evening – one not to be missed if you are celebrating. If booking mention to owners Tracy and Galton Blackiston that you are staying at the Joneses property.