Stow away in this bucolic and much-loved North Norfolk pub which, after a little-loved period as a Wheeler’s restaurants has been returned to more traditional pub hostelry. Sitting adjacent to the salt marshes, you can smell the sea air from the car park.
A simple menu of pizzas, burgers, fish and chips or Thai Green curry - washed down with ales like Abbot or Doombar and an acceptable list of wines - comes alongside all day smaller offerings of whitebait, scampi and pork belly fritters.
Post-covid stretch-tent in the carpark, roaring fires, outside private dining pavilions and a dozen bedrooms help make this a landmark for nomadic urbanites, but it’s equally popular with locals, hikers and twitchers alike. Dog-friendly too.