The family-owned Three Horseshoes in Warham offers a guests a homely stay in one of their four newly refurbished, cosy ensuite rooms.
Two rooms are above the pub itself, and the remaining are found in the adjacent Grade II listed Old Post Cottage (expanding to six in 2019). In keeping with this historic Inn’s Norfolk focus, each room is named after a local village and tastefully styled accordingly.
Exposed beams and original fireplaces continue the comforting, antiquated atmosphere of the Grade I listed interior of the pub, whilst the stylish refurbishment and freestanding baths add a touch of luxury.
The breakfasts served here continue this combination of the traditional and the new, with a varied menu served in one of the pub’s oldest rooms, featuring both a full English and a refreshing array of vegetarian and vegan options.
Warham village is a picturesque spot rich in history and wildlife, with the best-preserved Iron-age Hill Fort in Norfolk, a burial mound and the remains of two manor houses. On several walking routes, it makes an ideal base from which to explore North Norfolk’s natural delights, from Pensthorpe Natural Park, to seal watching at Blakeney, and the vast stretches of the Holkham Estate. Intersperse this with some more relaxing indulgence by sampling the charming, upmarket array of small shops in Holt, Burnham Market and Wells-next-the-Sea, or a visit to the Norfolk Lavender farm.
The Three Horses offers a characteristically local, idyllic sanctuary harking back to another century, simultaneously marked by stylish high quality and attention to detail in both its interiors and menus.
The Three Horseshoes
69 The Street,
Telephone: 01328 710547
Visit The Three Horseshoes website: http://warhamhorseshoes.co.uk/