Campaign for Real Ale

East Norfolk Pubs Guide

The following is a list of all the East Norfolk Branch area pubs, and clubs. All entries are listed alphabetically by town/village, and then alphabetically by pub name. To view more detailed information of a particular pub, please scroll down the list, and then click on the highlighted link (pub name). To view more detailed information and photographs about our branch area pubs, please visit the CAMRA national online pub guide, WHAT PUB

East Norfolk Branch pubs selling real ale

  • Acle
    • Acle Social Club Bridewell Lane Acle NR13 3RA Telephone(01493) 752989

      Social club and recreational centre in Acle. The club allows CAMRA members to visit on production of current Membership Card or GBG. Up to four real ales are on offer and an Annual Easter Beer Festival is held. Occasional live music and quiz nights. Food served daily. A welcome addition to the East Norfolk real ale scene.

    • Bridge Inn Acle Bridge, Old Road Acle NR13 3AT Telephone(01493) 750288

      Sited on the River Bure between Stokesby and Thurne, this is more of a riverside restaurant with a bar than a pub that does food. It has ample moorings and car park. There is an excellent large garden with plenty of seating and good views of the river plus a large children's play area. It offers a good selection of food all day and welcomes children and dogs. The number of ales on offer will be less in the winter months.

    • Hermitage 64 Old Road Acle NR13 3QP Telephone(01493) 750335

      A "traditional pie and ale house", under new management from October 2020, stocking four or five local ales on draught and a small selection of bottled ales. Hot food including Sunday lunches.

    • Kings Head Inn The Street Acle NR13 3DY Telephone(01493) 717892

      Village centre pub with separate dining room and offering accommodation. Describes itself as "an anglers pub run by an angler for anglers". Has the 2008 Broads Authority Quality Charter mark.

  • Belton
    • Kings Head Hotel 1 St. Johns Road Belton NR31 9JT Telephone(01493) 780205

      Large country pub with a good selection of real ales, normally three on offer. Comfortable lounge with real fire and a large function room in converted barn adjoining the pub. There's a pool table in small snug room around the side of the main lounge. Has a large mural of Henry VII on the outside wall and ample parking with a small outside seating area.

    • Tavern 60 Station Road South Belton NR31 9AA Telephone(01493) 780286

      Single bar village local with friendly staff. Pool played in separate area.

  • Bradwell
    • Sun Inn 154 Beccles Road, Bradwell, Norfolk Bradwell NR31 8PS Telephone(01493) 662235

      A two bar pub, the lower or bottom bar being part of the original old pub. Extremely large beer garden to the rear with various play equipment for younger children. Recently refurbished to a high standard and now focusing on being a more family-friendly, food led establishment. Two Real Ales usually on offer.

  • Browston
    • Browston Hall Browston Green Browston NR31 9DW Telephone(01493) 667591

      Browston Hall is a large sports complex with its own indoor bowls green, with separate bar, tennis courts, an interesting 9-hole par 3 golf course, golf shop and driving range. The main bar acts as the 19th hole and reception area for those wanting food, but is a large attractive sitting area in its own right. There is no membership required except for the bowls. But booking in advance for some of the facilities may be advised.

  • Burgh Castle
    • Fishermans Bar Burgh Castle Marina Burgh Castle NR31 9PZ Telephone(01493) 780729

      Riverside bar and restaurant, with ample free moorings adjacent. Winter times may vary. Under new ownership and worth visiting if in the area. Up to three ales on offer .

    • Queens Head High Road Burgh Castle NR31 9QQ Telephone(01493) 780363

      Locally sourced food is served daily, and the pub has its own butchery where all burgers, pies, and sausages are produced, along with a varied range of game.

  • Burgh St. Peter
    • Waveney Inn Staithe Road Burgh St. Peter NR34 0BT Telephone(01502) 677599

      The original Waveney Inn was located in the blue painted building next door to the current premises, the new one being a modern extension. It is the focal point of the Waveney River Centre, and offers up to two ales and a menu of freshly cooked and prepared food using locally sourced ingredients. Diners can choose to eat inside the modern bar or outside on the south facing decking area, both enjoying views overlooking the marina and marshes. B&B rooms are available at the pub with further accommodation options at the River Centre.

  • Caister-on-Sea
    • Castle Norwich Road Caister-on-Sea NR30 5JN Telephone(01493) 728933

      Large bar divided into several areas on split levels. Separate restaurant. Set in extensive grounds.

    • Centurion 132 Ormesby Road Caister-on-Sea NR30 5NJ Telephone(01493) 720427

      Large bar with even larger lounge. Pool and darts. Geared for summer holiday trade. Food led with up to two ales on offer.

    • Gate Caister High Street Caister-on-Sea NR30 5EL Telephone07379 038642

      Ex Lacons and Whitbread pub, it was once the tram terminus in the town centre. Large well appointed multi-roomed pub with plenty of comfortable seating. Separate games room with two pool tables. Now with food lunch and evenings. Large enclosed rear garden with seating and slides etc. Recently re-opened after complete refurbishment and under new management. Welcome back!

    • Kings Arms West Road Caister-on-Sea NR30 5AQ Telephone(01493) 720648

      Large bar with separate games room. Comfortably furnished, on split levels. Recently under new management, two ales now on offer.

    • Never Turn Back Manor Road Caister-on-Sea NR30 5HG Telephone07415 605978

      Caister men "never turn back" was coined following an attempted rescue during a severe storm in 1901, in which nine lifeboat-men were lost. The story is displayed on the wall of the pub. Only a short stretch of marrom grass separates the pub and the sea wall. There are two pleasant bars and a large garden. The building is in best Lacon's 1930's style. Pub has just been given Grade II listing by English Heritage. Apparently built 1957, not 1930s. Friendly welcoming pub with two usually Adnams ales on offer.

    • Old Hall Hotel (Branford's Bar) Norwich Road Caister-on-Sea NR30 5JL Telephone(01493) 720400

      Hotel, restaurant and fitness centre, with comfortable bar serving up to four real ales. Various other facilities available to guests including a swimming pool, spa, jacuzzi, steam room, and a hairdressers!. Bar open to non-residents with a good choice of well kept ales, usually from the Woodforde's range. Worth seeking out this bar at the rear of the hotel, where the restaurant with the same name can also be found.

    • Ship Inn 2 Victoria Street Caister-on-Sea NR30 5HA Telephone(01493) 728008

      This pub is recorded as the oldest pub in Caister and was originally two cottages built in 1815. Close to the beach and Lifeboat Station (Caister boasts the only privately funded volunteer rescue service with a full sized boat). Comfortable interior with a single bar serving different drinking areas. A real fire, pub games, together with widescreen TV for sports events. Busy community focused pub.

  • Cantley
    • Cock Tavern Manor Road Cantley NR13 3JQ Telephone(01493) 700895

      Characterful large traditional timbered pub with a bar and two separate dining areas offering an interesting menu at very competitive prices. Five handpumps offer Adnams, Fullers and Wadworths beers, and over 100 malt whiskies are stocked.

    • Reedcutter Station Road Cantley NR13 3SH Telephone(01493) 701099

      18th Century riverside inn with moorings, offering a range of facilities for holidaymakers, including breakfasts, served from 8am. Bar snacks are also available at all times.Features in the recently released film "Yesterday." The landlord is a cider connoisseur, and unusually for the Broads, five or more are usually available all year round, mostly from the West Country. In winter the pub is quieter, catering mostly for local trade and families, and does not have any real ales available. Just a few minutes walk from the station.

  • Fleggburgh
    • Kings Arms Main Road Fleggburgh NR29 3AG Telephone(01493) 368333

      Large two bar public house which was extended and renovated in April 2012 to a very high standard. Two to 4 real ales are offered from around the country. There is a traditional pub menu and the separate restaurant offers a fine dining menu. The owner Mark Dixon trained as a chef at the Imperial in Yarmouth and was Norfolk Food and Drink Awards Chef of the Year 2013.

  • Fritton
    • Decoy Tavern Beccles Road Fritton NR31 9AB Telephone(01493) 488277

      Traditional country freehouse set back from the road between Beccles and Great Yarmouth. Close to Fritton Lake and about a mile from Broads moorings on the River Waveney at St Olaves. There is a grassed beer garden to the side of the pub with seating. A wide range of home cooked meals are available in the separate dining area. The beer selection varies but tends to be two or three locally-sourced real ales. The current landlords have been here for thirty years.

    • Fritton Arms Church Lane Fritton NR31 9HA Telephone(01493) 484008

      Extensively revamped in 2014 the Fritton Arms is a top class hotel restaurant with a bar open to non-residents, a short walk from Fritton Lake.

  • Geldeston
    • Wherry 7 The Street Geldeston NR34 0LB Telephone(01508) 518371

      A typical Norfolk Country Pub.The classic Public Bar boasts a clay-tiled floor, with a larger main bar/ conservatory at the rear, and a pleasant west/ south facing garden. 2-3 well kept Adnams Ales regularly on offer. With food featuring thus making this pub an essential stop what more could you want. With a lovely open fire and a short walk from the river a beautiful setting for a great pub.

  • Gillingham
    • Swan Motel Loddon Road Gillingham NR34 0LD Telephone(01502) 712055

      The original Swan started life in 1789 when it was owned by the next door saddler. Those buildings are long gone, but their replacement has grown into a stylish half pub/ half restaurant. The Adnams beer on offer is usually good and the food plentiful. There is a good sized garden to the south with an awning for smokers. There are several motel style rooms available for travellers.

  • Gorleston
    • Albion 87 Lowestoft Road Gorleston NR31 6SH Telephone(01493) 661035

      A Victorian corner local, comprising a large L shaped bar and a small lounge that doubles as a function room. The main bar has a large screen for sport and is a firm favourite with local football teams. Two ales usually on offer.

    • Captain Manby Guinevere Road, Beacon Park Gorleston NR31 7RW Telephone(01493) 653686

      A Toby Carvery with an adjacent Travelodge.

    • Cliff Hotel Cliff Hill Gorleston NR31 6DH Telephone(01493) 662179

      Well presented cliff-top hotel with a new bar and large balcony with superb views over the sea, harbour mouth and beach. The bar usually has four real ales available, including beers from Adnams and Lacons.

    • Dock Tavern Dock Tavern Lane Gorleston NR31 6PY Telephone(01493) 442255

      Close to the river and main shopping area. Subject to flood damage many times and the various flood levels can be seen by the front door. Outside drinking area in the front has views of the river and docks. Music most weekends. Curry nights and quiz nights monthly. Annual charity music day.

    • Feathers Inn 128 High Street Gorleston NR31 6RE Telephone(01493) 663692

      Close to the library, shops and opposite the bus stops and taxi rank this recently renovated pub is in the centre of town. It's comfortable and has pleasant staff. There is a small area outside for drinking.Under new management and with competitively priced ales

    • Gorleston Conservative Club 34 Pier Plain Gorleston NR31 6PE Telephone(01493) 662176

      The Conservative Club is a large rambling old Victorian building with many rooms, close to the town centre. All the club's facilities are available to CAMRA members for a small fee, including three snooker tables and a bowls green (open May-August. booking required). The club has a large well stocked bar with four real ales always available on hand pump. Local Camra Club of the Year 2019.

    • Green Bear 89/90 High Street Gorleston NR31 6RQ Telephone(01493) 655899

      Formerly Gorleston Social Club. No membership required. Up to two ales on offer.

    • Kevill Arms 67 Church Road Gorleston NR31 6LR Telephone(01493) 665937

      Two-bar corner local close to church and High Street.

    • King William IV Quay Road Gorleston NR31 6PH Telephone(01493) 650788

      A single bar with a raised area housing the pool table. There is a small patio to the rear and a larger garden with children's area. The interior has fishing industry memorabilia and during the winter a real roaring fire. Pub grub, pool, darts music and karaoke, It has a great view of the ships coming into Great Yarmouth harbour mouth. Part of the Gorleston Ale Trail.Recently Refurbished. Lacons ales feature permenantly.

    • Lord Nelson 33 Trafalgar Road West Gorleston NR31 8BS Telephone(01493) 300038

      This is a Batemans tied house which is a corner local with two bars, and usually two real ales on. There is a large paved garden area at the back, with a number of Nelson inspired pictures on the walls. There is plenty of parking available in the nearby streets.

    • New Entertainer 80 Pier Plain Gorleston NR31 6PG Telephone(01493) 300022

      The Entertainer dates from the 19C, and is situated half way between the town centre and the beach. The entrance is at what appears to be the back. Surrounded by road on three sides, it has a unique rounded end, complete with Lacon's windows, a pool table, and seating, with big TV screen at the other end of the pub. The up to ten guest beers frequently feature milds and stouts, and there are up to six draught ciders available. The clientele is as varied as the beers. Sandwiches are available at lunchtimes. East Norfolk Camra Cider Pub of the Year 2018 Take care as you leave the cars come from both directions!

    • Number 1 Bar & Kitchen 1 Pier Walk Gorleston NR31 6DA Telephone(01493) 650065

      Large pub restaurant close to the harbour mouth. Landlord always aims to have a least one dark beer on.

    • Oddfellows Arms 43 Cliff Hill Gorleston NR31 6DG Telephone07876 545982

      A well refurbished town pub with two bars tucked away a short distance from the harbour mouth. Jazz nights are a specialty, with jam sessions held on many Fridays, especially in summer. There are always four beers on offer from the multi-award winning Lacons Brewery, Great Yarmouth, the Oddie could almost be considered it's Brewery Tap! There is a pleasant west facing outdoor seating area for fine summer evenings, and limited parking at the rear.

    • Pier Hotel South Pier Gorleston NR31 6PL Telephone(01493) 662631

      Comfortable split level hotel bar with pub atmosphere and views over the harbour mouth and beach. Photos of old Gorleston and the fishing industry, together with nautical memorabilia, help make this a good place to relax with a meal or a bar snack. Now has a worldwide claim to fame after featuring in the recently released film "Yesterday." There are usually two real ales available, with Adnams and a guest a common lineup. Food is different in the bar to the restaurant. A new outdoor area has views across the sands and bay to Ness Point Lowestoft.

    • Pub on the Shrubs Hawthorn Road Gorleston NR31 8ET Telephone(01493) 603780

      Social club in the Shrublands estate which converted to a pub in 2014. The pub supports football teams, a fishing club and pensioners' club, and has live folk music on Tuesdays, and hosts the East Coast Rock and Roll club, as well as showing Norwich City and Glasgow Celtic games on large-screen and 3D TVs.

    • Short Blue 47 High Street Gorleston NR31 6RR Telephone(01493) 602192

      Comfortable open plan local, the bar having some elaborate wood carvings and stained glass windows. Named after a local fishing fleet, there is a lot of nautical memorabilia. Superb views across the river Yare to the sea from the garden

    • William Adams 176-177 High Street Gorleston NR31 6RG Telephone(01493) 600295

      New build Wetherspoon pub on the site of a former garage named after William Adams, a famous Gorleston swimming instructor and lifesaver. All the usual facilities including a pleasant outside seating area.

  • Great Yarmouth
    • Avenue 43 Beatty Road Great Yarmouth NR30 4BW Telephone(01493) 843220

      Built in 1929, this imposing mock Tudor building is situated close to the Race Course. The interior, although somewhat opened up, still retains the original bar back and most of the original three-room layout.Plenty of events regularly feature and food served all day. Three ales usually on offer.

    • Barking Smack 16 Marine Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 3AH Telephone(01493) 859752

      Named after the famous Short Blue fishing fleet (the largest in the world at the time) that moved from Barking to Gorleston in the 19th Century. An ex-Lacons pub, it has an elegant carved wooden bar, a smart modern interior with a large patio opening onto Marine Parade and the sea front. Close to the award winning Hippodrome Circus and serving a range of Grain beers. Barbecues are held during the season, and real cider is available. NOTE: CLOSED November to March. Cash only.

    • Brewers Fayre Runham Road Great Yarmouth NR30 1DH Telephone(01493) 806254

      Restaurant to all intents and purposes, but you can drink in the bar.

    • Coach & Horses 196/197 Northgate Street Great Yarmouth NR30 1DB Telephone(01493) 844374

      A friendly and comfortable two-bar pub with plenty of character. Interesting memorabilia, old photos of the town and a collection of water jugs all serve to add to the warm atmosphere. Draught Bass always available (it would appear continuously since at least 2008!)

    • Coachmakers Arms 70 Market Place Great Yarmouth NR30 1NU Telephone(01493) 855895

      Single room full of character(s) overlooking the market place and parish church. Close to Anna Sewell House and the Fisherman's Hospital. Live music Wednesday, Saturday 3-6 pm, also Friday in summer to coincide with market days. Has a model tram on display, and a noisy parrot. Tiled sign from when it was a Lacons pub. Now offers a beer from the Tombstone range, along with Nationally Sourced ales, often Greene King.

    • Feathers Hotel 1 Market Gates Great Yarmouth NR30 2BG Telephone(01493) 844024

      Adjacent to the market place,the Feathers reopened last autumn after refurbishment and now under new management. Competitive ale pricing policy. Sports shown and occasional live music.

    • Frankie & Benny's 1 Mitchell Drive Great Yarmouth NR31 0DW Telephone(01493) 657260

      Italian Restaurant with seperate Bar.

    • Golfers Arms 27 North Denes Road Great Yarmouth NR30 4LU Telephone(01493) 850401

      Large corner pub in centre of guest house land, serving two real ales, food all day, and with pool, darts and sports TV.

    • Grayling 3 Mitchell Drive, Jones (GC) Way Great Yarmouth NR31 0GB Telephone(01493) 202300

      New-build Marston's pub near Tesco's, with a 220-seat restaurant. All real ales are from the Marston's Group of breweries.

    • Imperial Hotel North Drive Great Yarmouth NR30 1EQ Telephone(01493) 842000

      The Imperial has been run by the Mobbs family since the 1930s, with Nick and Aileen, the current directors being the third generation of the family to run this impressive sea-front hotel. All the usual hotel facilities, including a large covered terrace with sea views, and a bar open to non-residents,

    • Jube Precinct, Market Gates Great Yarmouth NR30 2BE Telephone07787 312428

      Stylish refurbishment of the former Great Yarmouth Conservative Club and a most welcome addition to the local entertainment scene. Access is by signposted lift when the precinct is open. Along with a Members Only Snooker Club, Pool Tables and Darts are available along with a Karaoke Room. Up to two ales on offer.

    • Kings Arms 229 Northgate Street Great Yarmouth NR30 1BG Telephone(01493) 843736

      One large room divided into drinking areas. Comfortable seating area with real fire at one end. Close to the Market Place and enjoying a large well kept garden area, ideal for summer drinking, children and dining. Annual August bank holiday Beer Festival. Adnams Broadside and Woodforde's Wherry are complimented by a more local offering. Friendly bar staff and landlord and landlady makes the pub a welcoming atmosphere.

    • Landmark 32 Marine Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 2EW

      The Landmark is a new family orientated pub located on the Golden Mile now serving two real ales, usually from the Greene King range. Family friendly with pool table, and wide variety of food available, with a Dino Land children's play area in a separate room to the rear.

    • Libertys Rock Cafe 140 King Street Great Yarmouth NR30 2PQ Telephone(01493) 859130
    • Lichfield Arms 116-117 Lichfield Road Great Yarmouth NR31 0AB Telephone(01493) 302959

      A traditional community pub, full of character and characters, consisting of a large single U shaped bar with entrances from the street. At either end of the bar there is a dartboard and a pool table, with various board games also available. There is a patio and covered smoking area outside. The long-serving landlord, who has been at the pub for 30 years, offers two rotating guest ales, usually from award winning Lacons. Well-behaved dogs are welcome.

    • Lion 1 Euston Road Great Yarmouth NR30 1DX Telephone(01493) 855125

      Good old-fashioned local with two bars, sited opposite the Beach coach station, between the sea front and the town centre. Up to two real ales on offer and sport events are shown on TV screens in both bars. There is also a pool table available.

    • Marine Inn 15 Marine Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 3AH Telephone(01493) 844331

      Lively family food and music orientated venue with late licence so closing times may be extended. The pub has been refurbished and now boasts a roof garden area (adults only) which can be hired for private functions. The pub is also a hotel with nine rooms available all year round. Targeting families, diners and those seeking a variety of entertainment this pub worth visiting when along the Golden Mile. One ale on offer, usually from Woodforde's. PLEASE NOTE CLOSED UNTIL MID MARCH.

    • Mariners 69 Howard Street South Great Yarmouth NR30 1LN Telephone(01493) 331164

      Family run local comprising a main bar and a smaller wood panelled lounge complete with pool table. An annual beer festival is held to coincide with the Yarmouth maritime weekend in September. There is a small selection of foreign beers and many of the seven guest ales are from local micros.

    • Market Tavern 17 Market Place Great Yarmouth NR30 1LY Telephone(01493) 844275

      Large split-level lounge bar, popular in evenings. Outside seating area looking onto the market. One ale on offer, typically Courage Best

    • Merlins Sports Bar 38 Marine Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 2EJ Telephone(01493) 856150

      Above Magic City amusements, this is mainly a snooker club with a large bar. There is an outside terrace with seating overlooking the seafront. One real ale on offer.

    • Mermaid Bar Prom Hotel, 77 Marine Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 2DH Telephone(01493) 842308

      Large welcoming hotel bar at the north end of the Golden Mile opposite the Britannia Pier. Six ales (all on cask breathers), and an extensive bar menu and separate Bistro restaurant. House beer from Wolf with further loyalty card discount.

    • Nelson Hotel 1 Marine Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 3AG Telephone(01493) 855551
    • Premier Inn Great Yarmouth (Seafront) 5 Beach Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 3DD

      Recently opened seafront hotel close to the Pleasure Beach, with Beefeater Restaurant and bar area.

    • Prince Regent 33-34 Regent Road Great Yarmouth NR30 2AJ Telephone(01493) 855149

      Music orientated corner pub. One real ale on offer, typically Woodfordes Wherry. An additional ale offered during the busy summer period.

    • Recruit 33 Alma Road Great Yarmouth NR30 3HB Telephone(01493) 332888

      Friendly street corner pub which backs on to the old town wall. The interior dates back to the 1960s. The walls are adorned with photos of the old town and many of its long lost pubs. One competitively priced ale on offer, usually from the Greene King range. Fresh filled rolls are available. Near the Time and Tide museum.

    • Red Herring 24-25 Havelock Road Great Yarmouth NR30 3HQ Telephone07876 644742

      Formerly the Derby Wine Vaults this back street corner local is very close to the award winning Time & Tide museum. There is a nice relaxed comfortable atmosphere and the pool table and television are tucked away in room separated from the bar by folding doors, which can also be used for small functions. There are many photos of Old Yarmouth during the herring fishing days when the town was invaded by seasonal Scottish herring boats. Evidence of the old smoke houses is still visible in the area. The cider sold is Westons.

    • Sportsmans Arms 83-84 Northgate Street Great Yarmouth NR30 1BN Telephone(01493) 852712

      Single bar pub on a main road north of the town centre, with large windows which give the pub a light and airy feel. The walls have some panelling, half of the seating is built in benches and there is a small section of surviving screen. No children or dogs. Landlord prides himself by serving one well kept ale.

    • Star Hotel 24 Hall Quay Great Yarmouth NR30 1HG Telephone(01493) 842294

      Hotel featuring bar and comfortable lounge. Extensive wooden panels to both rooms. Children are allowed in the lounge.Hotel now reopened after extensive refurbishment. Nelsons Bar serves up to three ales featuring the award winning Lacons range. Bar open to non residents. A welcome addition to the local real ale scene. Regular events held.

    • Tombstone Saloon 6 George Street Great Yarmouth NR30 1HR Telephone07584 504444

      Old West style bar specialising in real ale and cider, operated by the local Tombstone Brewery which is sited at the rear of the premises. Staff are friendly and knowledgeable about beer, and there are usually up to six Tombstone real ales plus four others from local breweries. East Norfolk Camra Pub of the Year winner 2018. Branch Pub and Cider Pub of the year 2020. Many buses stop outside the pub. George Street was once one of the main roads into Yarmouth, and in 1870 there were twelve pubs within 100 yards.

    • Troll Cart 7 Regent Road Great Yarmouth NR30 2AF Telephone(01493) 332932

      Opened in 1996 and, unlike most Wetherspoon pubs, this was not conversion of an existing building. There is one bar, the room having a comfortable feel appealing to all age groups. Recently reopened after complete refurbishment and addition of garden area along with conversion of upper floors to a Wetherspoon Hotel. Currently very competitive ale pricing.

  • Halvergate
    • Red Lion Marsh Road Halvergate NR13 3QB Telephone(01493) 700317

      18th century thatched marshland pub with bowling green, situated on the Weavers Way long distance footpath. This refreshingly traditional local is the only survivor in a village which once had three pubs. It offers a warm welcome, and a blazing fire on winter days. Clientele are an eclectic mix of locals, walkers, and those seeking a quiet pub with good company. Note evening only weekdays. Quiz and vynyl nights feature in this fine example of a community hub. The Wolf range of ales usually on offer.

  • Hemsby
    • Bell The Street Hemsby NR29 4EU Telephone(01493) 730291

      Two-bar family pub with large lounge bar.

    • Hemsby Sports & Social Club Waters Lane Hemsby NR29 4NH Telephone(01493) 733543

      Members Only club but don't be put off as annual membership is currently a reasonable £3. Three ales, competitively priced, usually on offer. CAMRA members welcome as guests for up to two visits on production of a valid CAMRA membership card. Annual Social Club membership available for£3.

    • Lacon Arms Sea View Road Hemsby NR29 4JG Telephone(01493) 733281

      An aspect of the Lacon Arms is that it has an increasing sea view...the sea seems to be coming closer every year! It is a family run pub food/family orientated pub with the local community as its hub. There is a large car park (you have to get a ticket from the bar) and good size outside drinking areas front and back with a large children's play area. The Lacons Bitter is brewed locally. PLEASE NOTE RESTRICTED WINTER OPENING HOURS.

    • Seadell Bar St. Thomas Road Hemsby NR29 4JE Telephone(01493) 730641

      Welcoming large bar serving one ale. Customers are allowed to bring food in from nearby takeaways.

    • Sunningdale Club Newport Road Hemsby NR29 4NW Telephone(01493) 732570

      Family friendly bar / cafe on the Newport Caravan Park. Now renamed as TI's Bar and Grill. Up to three ales on offer. Seasonal opening.

  • Hopton
    • Turnstone Station Road Hopton NR31 9BH Telephone(01502) 731507

      Large single bar, close to holiday camps.

    • White Hart Lowestoft Road Hopton NR31 9AH Telephone(01502) 730321

      Two-bar pub close to holiday camps. Comfortable lounge bar.Recently reopened after refurbishment. Primarily operating as a gastro pub, however real ale is availible.

  • Horsey
    • Nelson Head The Street Horsey NR29 4AD Telephone(01493) 393378

      A friendly pub close to the coast, Horsey Nature Reserve, Broad and Mill. It has a quiet, timeless atmosphere with a log fire in winter and a large collection of marshman's implements, local pictures and Nelson memorabilia on display. Two or three cask ales on handpump plus a selection of interesting beers on gravity. A good selection of home-cooked meals made with locally sourced produce is available in the bar and dining room. The pub is popular with artists, walkers, boaters and locals alike and the large garden area welcomes children. A sloe gin festival is held on the last Saturday in January. East Norfolk Camra Rural Pub of the Year 2018

  • Martham
    • Kings Arms 15 The Green Martham NR29 4PL Telephone(01493) 749156

      Previously owned by Adnams, and (well) before that by the original incarnation of Lacon's. This pub is situated in the centre of the village by the pond. It has recently become a free house, serving four or five ales from local and less-local breweries. A regular in the Good Beer Guide since 2016 There's also a good garden out the back, a large car park. Food is served all day. A sloe gin competition is held annually. Often features up to 20 real ciders on tap. PLEASE NOTE; Closed Monday, except Bank Holidays.

    • Victoria Inn 12 Repps Road Martham NR29 4QT Telephone(01493) 740774

      Two-bar local with separate games area. Up to two ales on offer. Under new management December 2019.

  • Ormesby St. Margaret
    • Grange Hotel Yarmouth Road Ormesby St. Margaret NR29 3QG Telephone(01493) 731877

      Very comfortable lounge bar with separate pool room. Families well catered for: set in extensive grounds with camping and accommodation. Food served from breakfast until late evening. There are 4-5 hand pumps on the bar, plus gardens, a play area and large smokers wigwam. Smart refurbishment including a Smokehouse restaurant.

    • Jolly Farmers 10 West Road Ormesby St. Margaret NR29 3RP Telephone(01493) 730471

      Cosy, busy local hub with small children's play area outside. Worth seeking out. Up to three well kept ales. Home cooked food every day. Music and Events held regularly. Rated 4.5 out of 5 on Trip Advisor.

  • Ormesby St. Michael
    • Boathouse Eels Foot Road Ormesby St. Michael NR29 3LP Telephone(01493) 730342

      On the bank of Ormesby Broad, a wedding venue, pub and restaurant, significantly refurbished and extended in 2013. Although food-led, up to four ales on offer.

  • Reedham
    • Ferry Inn Ferry Road Reedham NR13 3HA Telephone(01493) 700429

      On the north bank of the River Yare next to the historic ferry (the last on the Broads), this superb 17th century inn has beamed ceilings, stone floors, a collection of rural tools and extensive free moorings. Log fire in winter. Excellent freshly prepared meals with local fish, game and seafood as specialities. High quality Touring Park. Has the 2008 Broads Authority Quality Charter mark. Car ferry operates 0800-2200.

    • Lord Nelson 38 Riverside Reedham NR13 3TE Telephone(01493) 700367

      Waterfront pub with adjacent public moorings.

    • Ship 19 Riverside Reedham NR13 3TQ Telephone(01493) 700287

      Large, pleasant riverside pub next to railway swing bridge.

  • Scratby
    • California Tavern California Road Scratby NR29 3QW Telephone(01493) 730340

      Free house with a large child-friendly garden and pool table, under the same ownership since 1993. Regular live music. Up to four ales on offer.

    • Whites Lounge Bar Beach Road Scratby NR29 3NW Telephone(01493) 234374

      Bar located opposite caravan park.Smart interior and friendly staff. Up to two ales on offer. PLEASE NOTE CLOSED 6TH JAN TO 1ST FEB.

  • St. Olaves
    • Bell Inn Beccles Road St. Olaves NR31 9HE Telephone(01493) 488249

      Reputedly Broadland's oldest recorded pub, parts date from 1520. Adjacent to the River Waveney, it's named after the bell trawlers used to use to summon the monk ferryman before the bridge was built. Offers four ales, gardens with their own moorings and a restaurant serving 'home style' food. Very popular with Broads cruisers. May open earlier and later on Sunday in summer.

  • Stokesby
    • Ferry Inn The Green Stokesby NR29 3EX Telephone(01493) 751096

      By car this pub may be isolated, however as the broads cruiser steers it is on a motorway. It has an idyllic setting with excellent moorings and south facing views of the river Bure from both garden and bar. There will only be one real ale available during the winter but rising to three in mid summer. Food starts at 8am and continues until 9pm. The remains of the ferry slipway which are next to the pub are a reminder of when this was the only route to Acle. A gem of a pub.

  • Thurne
    • Lion Inn The Street Thurne NR29 3AP Telephone(01692) 671806

      Large country pub in a remote village, near the River Ant at the end of Thurne dyke. Busy holiday trade from travellers and Broads cruisers in summer. Plenty of moorings are available nearby and a large garden. East Norfolk CAMRA Camra Pub of the Year 2019. Bar meals and separate restaurant. Large number of Craft ales. Bought by the same people who transformed the White Horse at Neatishead, Winter meal times vary

  • Toft Monks
    • White Lion Yarmouth Road Toft Monks NR34 0ER Telephone(01502) 677702

      Tastefully modernised local with beamed ceiling and exposed brickwork on the main road. Note the collections of matchboxes and jugs. A warm welcome and good quality home-cooking awaits, with a selection of board games by the fireside. Usually referred to as Toft Lion. Open all day, 12-11 in summer, and until midnight Tuesday - Saturday all year if there is demand.

  • West Somerton
    • Lion Staithe Road West Somerton NR29 4DP Telephone(01493) 393861

      Just a short walk from the staithe, under new management from November 2019.. This pub has a warm and welcoming feel and is worth seeking out.Home cooked food using local suppliers make this pub complete. Up to three well kept ales on offer by the experienced licensees. B&B rooms are available. Please note CLOSED Mondays.

  • Wheatacre
    • White Lion White Lion Road Wheatacre NR34 0AT Telephone(01502) 677388

      The Wheatacre White Lion is perfect for those who want to make the most of the nearby Norfolk Broads and is within easy reach of the facilities and attractions of Beccles, Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth and Norwich. Sitting in two acres of grassland surrounded by mature trees and with ample parking, the White Lion is just a half-hour drive from the beautiful seaside town of Southwold. A variety of real ales is served alongside traditional locally-sourced meals every day. Winner of South Norfolk Community Pub of the Year 2018.

  • Winterton-on-Sea
    • Fishermans Return The Lane Winterton-on-Sea NR29 4BN Telephone(01493) 393305

      A friendly 17th century pub situated in centre of attractive North Norfolk coastal village, a short walk from the beach, with a traditional brick and flint exterior and interesting memorabilia inside. Log fires in winter make for a cosy atmosphere, and an extensive range of excellent home prepared meals may be taken in the bar or smaller dining room. A separate function/family room can cater for all occasions and there are six en-suite bedrooms available all year. Three or four real ales are usually available, mostly from Woodforde's with occasional local guests. There's a beer festival in August (2017 at least!) and the cider is Old Rosie from Westons. Close to the beach and the Norfolk Broads, and Great Yarmouth is only eight miles away.

    • Hermanus Highwayman The Holway Winterton-on-Sea NR29 4BP Telephone(01493) 393216