Just back from a most lovely relaxing weekend at The Pelican Inn. Very warm greetings from Esther, Bryn upon arrival. Our room was everything we expected. We had dinner in the restaurant on our first night and we so enjoyed the food, wine and atmosphere that we booked in for the second night too.
The Pelican Inn was perfectly located for our trips out to the coast and into Norwich for exploring and shopping. And how better to recover than a drink in the bar before getting ready for dinner.
We will definitely be booking again and would recommend The Pelican Inn to anyone looking for a delicious meal or a weekend away from it all.
- 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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