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The Three Horseshoes Warham

(24 Guest Reviews)

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 4.7
  • Value 4.6
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 4.8
  • Facilities 4.6
  • Service 4.9
  • Location 4.7

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The Three Horseshoes Warham Information

Description

The Horseshoes dates back to 1725, its long history evident in the traditional serving hatch (one of few surviving in Norfolk), pamment-tiled floors, scrubbed wooden tables and many authentic features. You can eat and drink in the snug atmosphere of our bar and dining rooms, warm and cosy in the winter and refreshingly cool in the summer. Or you can enjoy the glorious Norfolk outdoors in the sheltered environment of our walled garden, with plenty of space for adults, children and dogs. Enjoy our simple, unfussy food cooked with the best local produce – pies, puddings and all pub classics are our passion. Try one of our local ales from Woodfordes and Adnams, or if you prefer, wine from our carefully selected menu. We love feeding kids too – explore our children’s menu for some tasty home-cooked and wholesome options. Last but not least, there is a doggy treat menu available at the bar. Warham is perfectly located at the centre of the heritage coast and is a great base from which to explore North Norfolk. Whether you like long walks on unspoilt beaches, visiting historic statley homes or riding steam trains through stunning scenes of farm and coast, there is always something to do here. Warham is a special place, an idyllic spot with beautiful views across the valley of the Stiffkey and towards Wighton in the south. Warham Camp is an Iron Age fort just outside the village. It is the best-preserved hill fort in Norfolk and so of real historical interest, teeming with colour from wildflowers and butterflies in the summer, its still-sharp contours sparkling with frost on bright winter’s days. Warham is situated in the centre of the stunning North Norfolk coast, tucked away just behind the coast road where you wouldn’t find us if you weren’t looking, a short walk from the salt marshes just east of Wells. We’re right on several well-known walking routes and just off the Peddars Way.

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Free WiFi internet
  • Restaurant
  • WiFi internet

Parking

  • Free parking

Children's Facilities

  • Children's menu
  • Children's books, videos, games
  • Highchairs

Dining

  • Cooked breakfast

Activities and Experiences

  • Animal watching
  • Bird watching
  • Canoeing
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Cycling
  • Golf
  • Horse racing
  • Horse riding
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Shopping
  • Antiques & fairs
  • Walking
  • Water activities

Accessibility

Two of the letting rooms are groundloor, both are en-suite with shower facilities but are not fitted with handrails. The breakfast room, pub and dining rooms are all ground floor level with good access from the front and carpark. Unfortunately due to the age of the pub, the direct route to the breakfast room has steps that are not ideal for wheelchairs but there is level paving pathways around to the easily accessible door. A ramp can be provided for access in to the rooms.

Policies

Check in: 2:00 PM till 11:00 PM
Early check-in available on request
Check out: 11:00 AM
Late check-out available on request
Child Policy: No preference
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pets: Pets welcome
Accommodation type: Inn
Booking Terms and Conditions

Directions

  • Road from Wells next the sea (2.2 miles)
    From the quay head out of wells on Standard road, then continue on Polka road. Turn left onto Warham road and then right to continue on Warham road. Turn left on to The street and continue in to the village. The pub is at the crossroads on the left, opposite the church. Parking is available next to the pub and opposite.

 

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