Eating Out 2018-06-26T05:44:40+00:00

Eating Out

North Norfolk has many wonderful restaurants catering for all tastes and budgets. The list below shows some of the places we recommend within the close vicinity of Manor Farm Holiday Barns. For a more comprehensive list of restaurants, please click here.

The Moorings
At lunch time they have a very good lunch menu, including a very reasonably priced children’s menu. They are open for coffee and cakes if you are just peckish. On a Sunday there is a superb 3 course Sunday lunch with all the trimmings for which booking is advisable. They are also open in the evenings when the restaurant takes on a more grown up feel. They are located at the bottom of Blakeney High Street just opposite the National Trust car park.

The White Horse Blakeney
A very good pub on the high street in Blakeney. Very good reasonably priced light lunchtime menu Monday to Saturday. They are also located at the bottom of Blakeney High Street just opposite the National Trust car park.

The Blakeney Hotel
Superbly located right on the Quay in Blakeney with views over the estuary. Very nice for a grown up lunch or dinner.

The Kings Arms Public House
Situated in Westgate Street, just a stone’s throw away from the picturesque Blakeney Quay. There is also access from the rear just off the coastal path. Traditional English pub serving big portions of traditional pub grub. Large beer garden in summer if you want to sit outside. A very child & dog friendly pub.

Wiveton Bell Public House
Situated on the village green in the centre of the village of Wiveton.  A Very popular award winning traditional country pub serving really good reasonably priced food, fine ales & drink. Lovely outdoor eating area in summer. Very popular so booking advisable in high season or for Sunday lunch. Online booking available.

Wiveton Hall Café
As featured on BBC2’s “Normal for Norfolk”!

Wonderful local food in a beautiful setting. Open for breakfast and lunch and also for suppers in the summer months if booked in advance. With wonderful walks in the grounds and access to the coastal paths it is a great place for a walk and then some lunch.  It also is a magical place to pick your own fruit in the summer.

Morston Hall
This is the place to go for a truly special treat.  A magical country house presided over by the renowned chef Galton Blackiston.

The George in Cley-next-the-Sea
Great pub in a beautiful village which is well worth a visit.

Picnic Fayre in Cley-next-the-Sea
A fantastic deli to pick up some lovely treats for your stay or if you want to create a fantastic meal at home.

The Victoria at Holkham
A wonderful hotel and pub owned by the Holkham Estate.  Perfect after a long dog walk or some bird watching on the beautiful beach at Holkham, or after exploring the grounds and House at Holkham Hall.

The Beach Café at Wells-next-the-Sea
The walking on our world famous beach at Wells is very special.  Dogs are welcome at certain entrances to the beach and always truly welcome at the café.  Great food in winter and summer, with a log burner to warm your toes if necessary.

Byfords Café
Byfords in Holt is both a deli and café.  The food is great and it is well worth a visit after exploring the delights of Holt.

The White Horse in Brancaster
An award winning pub with views out to sea which cannot be beaten.

The Jolly Sailors in Brancaster
Great homemade woodfired pizzas, local mussels and local beer.  Great garden for children.  Great for dogs too.

The Chequers Inn and The Lifeboat Inn in Thornham

Owned by the same management, both inns date back to the 16th century and are staple favourites with residents and tourists of North Norfolk. Thornham is a beautiful village with cafés, and shops and the beach there is well worth the visit.

The King’s Head in Letheringsett
A fantastic pub situated just outside Holt is perfect those wanting to stop off and to enjoy everything a pub should offer in a stunning position.

Beautifully decorated inside but with the added bonus of a fantastic garden with outside castle for the children and bar for the adults it’s a must on a summer’s day and “just what Holt has been waiting for”. Great setting for a fine summers day and good food delivered with a modern twist. Substantial pretty garden.

The King’s Head in Holt
Located in the heart of the market town of Holt, Kings Head features a conservatory with an authentic charcoal grill. In the stylish pub, guests can enjoy a selection of local ales and there is a secluded beer garden to the rear. The restaurant can sit 60 diners who can watch the chef cook steaks.

The Feathers in Holt