Eating Out

The Greyhound

The Greyhound, a traditional village pub in the heart of Hickling is under a mile from the campsite as well. They are extremely family-friendly and happy for dogs to join their owners in the bar, where you will always find a warm welcome.The Greyhound boasts a sun-trap front terrace and WiFi is available throughout the pub free-of-charge. Beyond the bar is a separate dining room and a beautiful, enclosed cottage garden; truly a charming, proper pub for visitors and locals alike.

The Greyhound
The Green Hickling, Norwich NR12 0YA
01692 598306

The Pleasure Boat Inn

The Pleasure Boat Inn is under a mile’s walk from the campsite and is the most celebrated and iconic of all Broadland pubs, with historic links to Royalty, the best views of Hickling Broad, wildlife, fishing and boats galore, and well-loved gardens. They always ensure they have four award-winning real ales available to satisfy the most discerning CAMRA palette, as well as a range of well-known lagers and ciders, together with a broad selection of wines. Locally sourced food served lunch and evening.

Pleasure Boat Inn
Staith Road, Norwich NR12 0YW
01692 598870

The Ingham Swan

The Ingham Swan is an award-winning restaurant located in North East Norfolk just minutes from the coast. Offering fine dining in a relaxed, show-stopping setting thanks to its heritage building. Their locally-inspired menu changes daily across Lunch and Dinner Du Jour, A La Carte, Sunday Lunch and Tasting Menus; featuring Ingham Swan favourites, brand new dishes, as well as ideas and flavours from the owners time on BBC2’s Great British Menu.

“Perfectly placed where the North Norfolk coast meets the Broads and where our coaching inn has been located quietly since the fourteenth century”
Owner, Daniel Smith

The Ingham Swan
Sea Palling Road
Ingham, Norfolk
NR12 9AB
01692 581099
[email protected]

Ingham Swan

The Hill House Inn

Located six miles from the campsite, The Hill House Inn in Happisburgh is believed to date back to about 1550 and is recorded to have been a pub since 1610. The Hill House’s most memorable moment came in 1905 when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote one of his Sherlock Holmes stories while taking a sabbatical here; the story involves a series of coded messages in the form of stick men and legend has it the idea arose from the son of the landlord and landlady who had created a code in which he communicated with his parents through stick men illustrations in the visitors’ book. The current owners Clive and Sue Stockton have been at the helm since 1992 and offer even the most weary traveller good food, good beer and a warm welcome.

Hill House Inn, Happisburgh
Happisburgh NR12 0PW
01692 65000