The Orange Tree

A Restaurant with rooms in Thornham, Norfolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

High Street
Thornham
Norfolk
England
PE36 6LY

The Orange Tree, Thornham

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The Orange Tree in Thornham is a refurbished yet traditional country pub with accommodation provided in a courtyard annexe offering a simple yet comfortable and welcoming base for holidays on the north Norfolk coast

Set on the ancient Peddar's Way opposite the church of one of Norfolk's most beautiful coastal villages, The Orange Tree in Thornham is a newly refurbished yet traditional country pub with the recently built accommodation of our courtyard annexe offers a comfortable and welcoming base for holidays on the North Norfolk coast or for Bed and Breakfast on a per-night basis. The Orange Tree is the ideal place to stay for those expecting a little more than the usual. Thornham offers an excellent base for visitors to explore our very special coastline.

On the edge of Brancaster bay, we are minutes' walk from Thornham Harbour and superb beach beyond where one can find unspoilt peace even at the height of summer. Very close by is the bustling harbour of Brancaster Staithe and the famous bird reserve of Titchwell. The site of the world-famous "Sea Henge" is within a mile and just along the coast is the popular family resort of Hunstanton.

A few miles to the East is one of Norfolk's best loved coastal towns Wells-next-the-sea. We are very popular with those enjoying the varied country pursuits available in Norfolk. We have five double rooms and and one twin or family room.

All have en-suite facilities and the twin room is fully equipped to cater for disabled guests. Breakfast is served in the main dining room of the inn and evening meals and lunch are available every day.

4 star rating

From: £85.00

Room Facilities
Non-smoking
Colour television

Amenities
Restaurant
Non-smoking (throughout)
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
BBQ/Picnic area
Bar

Parking
On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Printer

Dining Facilities
The restaurant is the 'jewel in our crown', and we are proud to that our Head Chef has just beaten off 15,000 applicants to win 'Great British Seafood Chef of the Year, 2010' and we are also listed in the top 20 dining pubs in the UK. We offer a wide range of bar classics through to innovative dishes on the main menu and where possible we only use local, seasonal produce, as is reflected on our daily specials board.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Children's play area
Highchairs
Cots
Children's menu

Pet Policy
Dogs

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