The Olde Windmill Inn

Historic Inn in Norfolk, Norfolk

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WATER END
Norfolk
Norfolk
England
IP25 6NN

The Olde Windmill Inn, Norfolk

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Accommodation Description:

A village inn since circa 1650. The hostelry has built its reputation on serving high quality competitively priced food, from an extensive menu with changing daily specials; plus six real ales together with twelve different draught beers and lagers. The Windmill has three bars plus a variety of different rooms and dining areas all steeped in history and olde world charm.

Its rural location, but with easy access to the A1065 and A47 road network, provides the ideal location for a small meeting conference venue. The Halls family has owned and operated the inn for nearly 50 years.

 4 star rating

From: £45.00

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