Three Horseshoes

“An inn for people who love pubs with character”



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One of Norfolk's many cracking pubs, this nearly 300-year-old, brick and flint, pantile-roofed example retains a traditional serving hatch, clay pamment-tiled floors, and other original features. Family owned and run, its reputation stems in part from its well-kept ales, some served straight from the cask, and its pies and puddings. Eat and drink at scrubbed tables in the snug atmosphere of the bar and dining rooms, or in the sheltered, unusually large walled garden – a great place for children and dogs. From a short menu, possible choices include sausage-meat-filled Warham plough pudding, with bacon and herbs; dry-hopped, beer-battered fish, chips and minted mushy peas; and summer vegetable curry with rice and poppadoms. Sunday prospects, apart from roast meats, are nut roasts and steak and kidney pudding.

Three Horseshoes


  • Children welcome
  • Children's portions
  • Free Wifi
  • Parking available
  • Coach parties accepted
  • Garden
Prices and payment
  • Main course from: £11
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Opening times
  • Open all year

About the area

Discover Norfolk

The North Norfolk Coast is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and probably the finest of its kind in Europe. Here you’ll find a string of quaint villages and small towns – Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea and Cley next the Sea are 21st-century favourites, while Sheringham and Cromer are classic examples of a good old-fashioned seaside resort where grand Victorian hotels look out to sea. Further round the coast you'll find Great Yarmouth, one of the most popular resorts in the UK and packed full of amusements, shops and seashore entertainment. And let's not forget Norwich, the region's only city.

Norfolk prides itself on its wealth of historic houses, the most famous being Sandringham, where Her Majesty the Queen and her family spend Christmas. Many of Norfolk’s towns have a particular charm and a strong sense of community. The quiet market towns of Fakenham and Swaffham are prime examples, as well as Thetford, with its popular museum focusing on the TV comedy series Dad’s Army which was filmed in the area.

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