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Pretty Corner Café & Tea Gardens

Pretty Corner Café and Tea Gardens first opened in 1926 in a wooden pavilion that had no running water or electricity. While it has evolved, it is still as popular today as it was back then, with walkers, cyclists and holidaymakers enjoying the peaceful woodland setting.

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Restaurant at The White Horse, Brancaster.

The White Horse Restaurant

Dining is an unhurried experience, intended to be savored. A range of tantalizing menus bursting with fresh, local cuisine (including oodles of seafood) offers something for all tastes (children and vegetarians are well served). When in season you’ll find Oysters and Asparagus farmed from Brancaster Staithe itself alongside the likes of Cromer Crab, Button Mushroom and Binham Blue Cheese Crepes and Pan roast Gressingham corn fed Chicken Breast.

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Tea and cake at Briarfields.

Briarfields Hotel Restaurant

Conveniently located on the A149 coast road in the pretty village of Titchwell, 3-star (Visit Britain and AA) Briarfields Hotel is a warm and welcoming place to stay, eat, meet and unwind in North Norfolk.

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Cliff Top Cafe Overstrand

Cliff Top Café

Once a humble Donkey Shed, Cliff Top Café in Overstrand has come a long way since it was originally established in 1925. Owner Lorraine has been in charge for the past 5 years and most notably the Cliff Top Café recently (Nov 2011) placed 6th in The Times ’30 Best Places For Tea’ list. Need we say more?

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The Owl Tea Rooms in Holt.

The Owl Tea Rooms & Bakery

Dating back to Victorian times (making it one of Norfolk’s oldest tearooms), and presently a family run business for some 25 years, The Owl Tea Rooms in the centre of Holt is a delightful place to sample scrumptious homemade food all day long. Traditional in feel, The Owl resembles a large country cottage kitchen, with wooden booths and tables, earthenware condiment pots and fresh flowers on each table. There is a warm touch of nostalgia throughout.

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The Lodge

Perfect as a base for exploring North Norfolk, or as a rest stop for lunch and refreshments, The Lodge offers a warm welcome all day and is well worth a visit to experience its laid-back charm and hospitality.

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The Anchor Inn at Morston.

The Anchor Inn

Good beer and a friendly atmosphere ensure that everyone feels welcome, whether you simply want to sit and warm up with a pint beside the roaring fire in the ‘Old Pub’, or you are out with the family celebrating a special occasion with a meal in the contemporary and stylish new Restaurant.

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The Neptune Inn restaurant.

The Neptune Restaurant

Recipient of a coveted Michelin Star (one of only two Norfolk eateries to receive such an honour) The Neptune Restaurant at Old Hunstanton is exceptional on so many levels that it must be visited at least once when visiting the area. And if you are lucky enough to reside in Norfolk then this charming treasure is more than worth the journey.

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Al fresco dining at The Blakeney Hotel

The Blakeney Hotel Restaurant

Whether you’re staying at the Hotel or not, it’s a great spot to indulge in a drink or some excellent cuisine. Blakeney Hotel has two lounges, an AA-Rosette restaurant and a bar, and offers hearty English breakfasts, light lunches and seasonal À la Carte and Table d’hôte menus that change every 3-4 months.

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