Throughout the years, this beautiful 17th-century countryside inn has kept up with the times, all the while maintaining its timeless charm and character. Pine tables, antique prints and roaring log fires contribute towards the homely atmosphere of the restaurant. Despite its accolades in The Good Food Guide, The Michelin Guide and The Good Pub Guide, and having been awarded four stars by the AA, the refined food appeals to a wide audience. The smart, concise menus incorporate as many local goodies as possible – you’ll spot hand-dressed crabs from Cromer, Brancaster oysters and mussels, fresh local asparagus and venison from the Denham Estate – and are bound to leave you spoilt for choice. Serving lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and Sunday lunch, guests can savour delicious plates of fine British food before retiring to one of the four lovely bed-and-breakfast rooms and waking up to a calming country scene.