The Blue Boar Inn

Historic Inn in Great Ryburgh, Norfolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

5 Station Road
Great Ryburgh
NR21 0DX

The Blue Boar Inn, Great Ryburgh

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Accommodation Description:

The Blue Boar Inn is an old country coaching inn dating back to 1685. It is now a listed building the beamed bar has a large inglenook fireplace which gives a warm welcome on any day! The charming restaurant seats up to 50 people and it can be booked for functions or parties or you can have a cosy table for two (or more). The extensive blackboard menu changes regularly depending what is in season but you can always find delicious home cooked local food served in pleasant surroundings.The five comfortable en-suite bedrooms have been tastefully decorated and offer single double and family accommodation.

Each room has a welcome tea tray Tv hairdryer and free WiFi. The Blue Boar is nestled in the peaceful village of Great Ryburgh but only five minutes from the historic market town of Fakenham. It is local Pensthorpe Nature Park ( seen on BBC Springwatch) and many stately homes including Sandringham Holkham and Houghton Hall.

Beautiful beaches and marshes are but a short drive away!

From: £45.00

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