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The Hoste Arms


THE HOSTE ARMS

The Hoste Arms is a fine 17th century coaching inn with superb accommodation and cuisine to match.

Set overlooking the green in the centre of the picturesque village of Burnham Market which contains an abundance of interesting and original shops.

Website: www.hostearms.co.uk


Black SheepBLACK SHEEP

Individual knitwear plus a lot more…

Website: www.blacksheep.ltd.uk

 

 

 


Stiffkey Red LionTHE STIFFKEY RED LION

With four log fires and a warm welcome, the Stiffkey Red Lion is the perfect place to unwind after a hard day’s walking or relaxing on the beautiful beaches of North Norfolk.

Website: www.stiffkey.com

 

 


Crown Hotell Wells
THE CROWN HOTEL – WELLS

The Crown Hotel, a former coaching inn, overlooks the quiet tree-lined green known as The Buttlands. The hotel has been refurbished to retain its character whilst creating an atmosphere of relaxed uncluttered comfort.

Website: www.thecrownhotelwells.co.uk

 

 


Heritage HideawaysHERITAGE HIDEAWAYS – Holiday Cottages

Heritage Hideaways offer high quality, self catering holiday cottages in Suffolk and Norfolk, in lovely locations by the sea and in the wonderful countryside of rural East Anglia.

Website: www.heritagehideaways.com

 

 


The Lord NelsonTHE LORD NELSON – Burnham Thorpe

The Lord Nelson is situated in Nelson’s Birthplace, Burnham Thorpe.(Nelson was born in The Parsonage in 1758, son of the Vicar Edmund Nelson.)
Built in 1637 as an Ale House, The Lord Nelson was called The Plough until 1798 when its name was changed to The Lord Nelson, the first pub in England to do so, in honour of his victory over the French at The Battle of the Nile.

Website: www.nelsonslocal.co.uk


HIDDEN NORFOLK

Hidden NorfolkWe offer tailor-made private tours for the perfect Norfolk day. Discover your own perfect piece of Hidden Norfolk and the myriad of natural gems that line the coast and countryside throughout the year

Website: www.hiddennorfolk.co.uk

 

 

 


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Warminster Maltings in Warminster, Wiltshire, is Britain’s oldest working maltings and a keen supporter of real English ale from real English ingredients; and the Icknield Series, a swath of prime malting barley soil type that runs from the Dorset coast up to North Norfolk and into East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. You can find more information of the Icknield Series HERE.

Website: www.warminster-malt.co.uk