Over the years, this handsome 17th-century inn hard by gentrified Burnham Market’s village green has been transformed into that rare combo of stylish pub, restaurant & classy hotel. Food isn’t served in the rustic, unpretentious bar, but the variously styled dining areas are popular with locals, celebs & weekending Londoners. A lengthy brasserie-style menu focuses on Norfolk produce (there’s a policy of sourcing fish & other ingredients from a 20-mile radius). Order hot Brancaster oysters with garlic & parsley butter or home-smoked breast of local pigeon, then move on to cod in beer batter or Cajun-marinated spring chicken served with sweetcorn fritters, tomato & avocado salsa. After that, consider the likes of apple & sultana tarte Tatin with Calvados ice cream & cinnamon syrup for pud.