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Rose & Crown
Snettisham
Norfolk
United Kingdom

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Rose & Crown
Address Old Church Road
Snettisham
Norfolk
PE31 7LX
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Phone 01485 541382
Fax 01485 543172
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About Rose & Crown

The Rose & Crown...a traditional Norfolk pub

East of England Pub of the Year 2012 - The Good Pub Guide
Norfolk Dining Pub of the Year 2012 - The Good Pub Guide

Everything you'd expect from a North Norfolk village inn - twisting passages and hidden corners, low ceilings and old beams, pamment floors and log fires, excellent beers and a relaxed, informal atmosphere. Great food, delicious wines, 16 stylish bedrooms offering outstanding bed & breakfast accommodation, sunny walled garden, children's play fort and friendly staff.

All in all one of the best places from which to explore glorious North Norfolk . .
to walk, eat, shop, read, bird watch, golf, sail and most importantly, to relax.
Rose & Crown Inn, Snettisham, Kings Lynn, Norolk
 

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6 reviews
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Female age 30-39 from Norwich, Norfolk
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What a delightful place! Lots of charm, excellent food, welcoming staff, a great array of draught beers and locals who actually smile when a stranger comes through the door. Plenty of old oak beams you can bump your head on (not that I would suffer from that problem!)

If you're in North West Norfolk, make sure you visit the Rose and Crown, it's only about one mile off the main coast road before you get to Hunstanton.
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Female age 60+ from France & Isle of Man
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What a difference a few years makes! I first visited "The Crown" back in 1965 when John Nott was the landlord. Then when Roger & Sheila Bridges ran it. After that it was John and Margaret Trafford, now it's a full-blown country hotel that has retained all the old beams, the quirky flagstone floors, and the sense that this is a building that deserves only the best.

The years have been kind to The Crown and a good meal and traditional ale is still available at a reasonable price. Highly recommended!
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