Enjoy a characterful, distinctively local Norfolk setting and cuisine at this family-run pub, set off the coast road between Wells and Stiffkey.
Dating back to 1725, The Three Horseshoes pub is set apart by a selection of rare traditional features, including its traditional serving hatch (one of only a few surviving in Norfolk), pamment-tiled flooring, and Grade I listed interior.
On a wintry day, cosy-up at wooden tables in front of the log fire with one of their famed pies or puddings, accompanied a local cask ale.
In the summer months, a new outdoor bar allows full enjoyment of the beautiful walled garden which is open to both dogs and children.
Complimenting the quintessentially Norfolk atmosphere is a menu that focuses on fresh, local, seasonal pub dishes, with a daily-changing specials board. There are also vegetarian options and a variety of ‘less traditional’ pub dishes included too. Children are well-catered for, and if you have peckish pooches in tow, there is even a special ‘Dog-Treats’ menu to be sampled.
All food can be washed down with local ales (many served straight from the cask) and a good selection of fine wine.
The Three Horseshoes is also branching out with a programme of food and drink-themed events, so alongside regular favourites such as ‘Grape and Graze night’, you might find ‘takeover’ nights by other Chefs and kitchens.
In essence, however, if you’re looking for a taste of homemade classic Norfolk cuisine in an evocative, historic setting, this is an inviting rural retreat.
The Three Horseshoes
69 The Street,
Telephone: 01328 710547
Visit The Three Horseshoes website: http://warhamhorseshoes.co.uk/