Swan Lodge Barns

Three wonderful dwellings designed and developed around the need for high quality self-catering accommodation

Swan Lodge Barns NR25 7EA

Located off Cley Road approximately two miles north of Holt, 100m after the right hand turning marked to Salthouse. A grey slate "SLB" sign marks the private gravel driveway that leads to the gated courtyard. From within Holt take the road opposite the Kings Head pub, adjacent to the Barclays Bank. 

Approximately 1.5 miles south of Cley, just after the farm building and Swan Lodge Cottage on the left, on the dead straight section of road. From within Cley, turn off the coast road at the sharp turning by Picnic Fayre, sign posted towards Holt, continue along this road past the church and up the hill, around the right hand corner, for one mile.

Pubs

The Bluebell, Langham NR25 7BX

A charming traditional pub, re-launched in early 2017, serves excellent lunches and dinners along with well kept local beers. With a large rear garden there is plenty of space for kids to run around. The wood fire in the winter offers a warm welcome.

The website has the daily menus and details of any offers. Tel: 01328 830630

For more information: www.langhambluebell.co.uk

The Wiveton Bell, Wiveton NR25 7TL

"A traditional pub with traditional values". Renowned for its cuisine, The Bell is faithful to its roots as a traditional village pub where people can wander in with walking boots and dogs to enjoy good company as well as fine ales, wine and food. During the colder months the wood burning stove, with its doors open, helps create a wonderful atmosphere. In the summer the large garden to the rear is a sun trap. Worth booking a table, particularly in the summer months. Winner of the Best Restaurant in the East of England Award, The Good Food Guide 2011. Tel: 01263 740 101 
For more information: www.wivetonbell.co.uk

The Kings Head, Leatheringsett NR25 7AR

Following an extensive renovation in 2007, The King's Head now offers a homely mix of original features and modern-day comfort in its bar and restaurant. Food of the highest quality is prepared to order using only the freshest, natural, ingredients all sourced locally from farmers, fishermen and traders. The enormous garden has its own bar and is the perfect place for children with a wonderful large 'play' castle, willow maze and climbing tower to keep them entertained for hours. Listed in the Top 30 Gastro Pubs 2009 The Morning Advertiser. Tel: 01263 712 691 
For more information: www.letheringsettkingshead.co.uk

The Dun Cow, Salthouse NR25 7XA

A great pub dating from 17th century incorporating part of what used to be a blacksmiths shop. From the public bar and front garden there are stunning views over some of the finest fresh water marshes in the country. With a wide selection of local beers and well chosen wines to accompany the excellent locally sourced menu, The Dun Cow provides a relaxing environment at any time of the year. Open seven days a week. After a day's walking, cycling or bird-watching, you will find plenty of opportunity to relax and eat well. Families are more than welcome. Tel: 01263 740 467 
For more information: www.salthouseduncow.com

The Three Swallows, Cley NR25 7TT

A traditional local pub with a large beer garden and views of the very impressive Cley church. Serving traditional pub food and local beers this is very much a village pub rather than a "Gastro" pub. Fun for kids since there are various birds and small animals housed in cages in the garden. Period photographs of Cley village and it's characters line the walls at the bar. Tel: 01263 740 526 
For more information: www.thethreeswallows.co.uk/

The White Horse, Blakeney NR25 7AL

The head chef runs two menus from the kitchen. A constantly changing A la Carte menu runs lunch and supper and is complimented, at lunchtime, by a short snack menu of old favourites. There are three eating areas; the Bar is informal and bustling, the Conservatory light and airy and for the evenings and a little more intimacy, the "Long Room". They pride themselves on supporting local suppliers. Lobster, crab and mussel as the seasons dictate; butchers, graziers and Norfolk estates for meat and game; soft fruit, salads, asparagus and free range eggs from local small holders; increasingly, cheeses from within the county. Rod and line caught mackerel and sea bass find their way to the kitchen throughout the summer. Four real ales are served, including one from the local micro brewery run by former restaurateur, Peter Yetman and two Adnams of Southwold. Tel: 01263 741 303 
For more information: www.blakeneywhitehorse.co.uk/