Nelson Head, Great Yarmouth

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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
This is a friendly, traditional, village pub in what claims to be the closest broadland village to the coast. It's a two-room affair and, as you would expect of a good country pub in Norfolk, offers a selection of Woodeford's finest real ales alongside other beverages and foodstuffs. As the village is remote even for the Broads (and the pub is a bit of a walk inland from the nearest staithe) , the pub is rather more geared up to locals than many pubs within easy reach of boating visitors, but welcomes all-comers. The pub has a fair bit of charm; the bar staff are notably friendly, and, come winter, there's a log fire. All perfectly agreeable, then.
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Contact details
The Street, Horsey, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 4AD
01493 393378
Opening times
From 11 every day
(except 12 on Sundays)
then open all day, every day, winter or summer


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Claimed 15 Jun 2011
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Overview

Traditional country pub, child and dog friendly with a warm welcome and large open fire.
Walks extending around the broads and down to the sea.

 

Detailed Description

We offer around 10 real ales and 10 ciders, fresh local food cooked to order in the usual lunchtime and evening sessions.

The lunchtime menu ranges from light snacks to steaks, pies and fish with a more extensive selection in the evening.
On Sundays there's a traditional roast.
There are always daily specials and a selection of vegetarian options.