Queen Victoria

Inn in Snettisham, Norfolk

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19 Lynn Road
Snettisham
Norfolk
England
PE31 7LW

Queen Victoria, Snettisham

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Close to the famous RSPB Bird Sanctuary – hugely popular with the inquisitive holiday maker and the dedicated bird watcher – is the Queen Victoria. We are a Visit Britain 4 Star Rated Inn situated in the pretty little Norfolk town of Snettisham.

The Queen Victoria offers tourists and residents the facilities to eat, drink, (*yes – and be merry) as well as to sleep in our comfortable en-suite rooms. Breakfast is taken in the main building and unsurprisingly, we can cater for all requirements, including those ’early birds!’ Ideal for holidays, short breaks, a meal out or just a drink with friends, we are close to a number of attractions, amusements, beaches, historic sites, castles and nature reserves - so have everything you could possibly want. The beer garden is the ideal place to relax.

Each en-suite room is a self contained unit, Similar to a ‘motel’ but in a quiet location away from the main building. All units:- Flat screen remote control Colour television-with Digi-box, beverage making facilities, thermostatic heating and instant hot water, shower, bath or wet room, toiletries and towels, comfortably furnished, breakfast is served in the main building and at a time to suit ‘you’ (“Early birds”-we will provide a packed breakfast for guests who want to embark on bird watching or make an early start to their day), optional lunch and evening meals can be taken from our varied menu. EAT, DRINK & BE MERRY: (Food, drink and entertainment at the Queen Victoria) A warm welcome awaits you at the Queen Victoria where we have disabled access, a smoking area and lots of activities and attractions.

The perfect, value for money pub– for ‘locals’ and visitors. EATING: At the Queen Victoria, we offer a varied lunchtime and evening menu, chef prepared and using, wherever possible, the abundance of fresh produce to be found in this region of Norfolk. Food is served either in our restaurant, the bar or, during the warmer months, in the beer garden.

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