We went for Sunday Lunch at The Pelican with the family. The food was fantastic and the service was great. We thought it was reasonably priced and the portions were generous.The staff were friendly and made us all feel very welcome. Would recommend seeking out this hidden Norfolk gem.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A beautiful 16th-century free-house, full of charm, cosiness and character. Roaring log fire in winter months, award winning garden in summer months. Clean, friendly and welcoming, with an excellent range of local real ales, 36 single malts and 10 wines by the glass! Clean, modern rooms. Local real ale bottle shop stocking over 100 real ales. 40 cover restaurant offering good, British food all cooked from fresh , with a non frozen food policy (except peas and ice creams). All rooms are booked on a bed and breakfast basis, offering all rooms with en-suite shower and wc facilities. Wifi free.. Opening traditional country pub tuesday to saturday 12 - 2pm / 5 - 11pm and then sunday 12-4pm ... more less
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