Things to do
The North Norfolk coast is a perfect spot for walking – sandy beaches, coastal paths and woodlands offer something for everyone from the most enthusiastic hikers to those wanting to take the dog out for half an hour! And of course dogs are welcome in our bar, so pop in to see us for a drink on your way past
A short drive inland lies the National Trust estate of Felbrigg Hall, a house dating from the 15th century and featuring stunning grounds – visitors are invited to follow a circular walk through woods, fields and passing the Grade II-listed ice house.
This beautiful, traditional seaside town of Sheringham features tea rooms, restaurants, independent shops and pubs, as well as a thriving theatre and a museum. The steam trains of the North Norfolk Railway connect Sheringham with Holt, across the heathland along the coast. Up behind Sheringham you’ll find the beautiful Sheringham Park, where rhododendrons fill the landscape with colour for many months of the year.
The famous Cromer pier stretches from the cliffs into the sea, home to a theatre producing West End-quality summer productions, while also housing the lifeboat and the RNLI museum. Cromer is of course famous for its crabs, and it’s pretty easy to gauge the quality of the local seafood by the queues coming out of the fish and chip shops!
In my opinion the Dormy House is the best carvery in this area. The staff and owner are very friendly and professional. I recommend the Dormy House if you want good food.
Dan and Jill
I visited over the weekend and LOVED the carvery! The meats were all cooked to perfection, vegetables were all fresh and the potatoes were homemade crispy and soft! The staff are super friendly and made us feel so welcome! I can’t wait to come back.
Pos · EVERYTHING .the breakfast was superb
Neg · Wish I could of stayed longer