The Blue Boar Inn

Historic Inn in Great Ryburgh, Norfolk

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5 Station Road
Great Ryburgh
Norfolk
England
NR21 0DX

The Blue Boar Inn, Great Ryburgh

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The Blue Boar Inn is a traditional country inn offering comfortable accommodation from which to explore the scenery and attractions of North Norfolk and the Famous Norfolk Broads. For multi-room bookings please contact us direct.

Situated in the charming Norfolk village of Great Ryburgh near Fakenham this traditional 17th century English country inn boasts low-beamed ceilings an impressive inglenook fireplace in the main bar and offers a warm welcome to both regulars and new customers alike. Situated only a few miles from the historic market town of Fakenham The Blue Boar Inn is ideally placed if you're looking for a convenient base to explore the tranquil beauty of North Norfolk the medieval wonders of the city of Norwich or the rest of Nelson's own historic county. Built in 1685 the Blue Boar Inn has been at the heart of village life in Great Ryburgh for over 3 centuries.

This 17th century listed coaching inn which abounds with period features cosy corners and ingle nook fireplace has been offering a warm welcome to travellers and guests since the reign of King Charles II ? a tradition that owner James is proud to continue to the present day. The Blue Boar Inn brings the very best ideas of contemporary food and drink mixed them with a liberal sprinkling of old fashioned and local recipes which has resulted in a reputation for excellence that is truly well deserved. As a native of Norfolk James has been keen to champion everything that is best about the county and its wonderful local food and drink.

At the Blue Boar Inn we don't like to shout about how good our freshly prepared food is ? we let our many delighted customers do that for us. Using only the very best of locally sourced ingredients our Head Chef James is proud to showcase the very best that his home county has to offer. Norfolk holds a tremendous amount of attractions and places of interest for visitors and residents alike.

Probably most famous for the hundreds of miles of tranquil inland waterways that make up the Norfolk Broads Nelson's county also offers other areas of outstanding natural beauty ? such as North Norfolk where The Blue Boar is happily situated. For multi-room bookings contact us direct.

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