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Inns in Overstrand

The White Horse
34, High Street
Overstrand
Norfolk

NR27 0AB | View map
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The White Horse Overstrand is a family-owned AA four star Inn. A traditional Village Pub with a difference, offering luxury Accommodation, a first class Restaurant serving top quality cuisine and a well-stocked Bar. We are situated on the North Norfolk coast in the unspoilt Village of Overstrand. A large Victorian Three-Storey Building, beautifully refurbished to an extremely high standard throughout, offering you a chance to relax in stylish surroundings whilst you enjoy first class service and facilities.

Our Restauruant has a growing reputations for high quality cuisine. This year we were shortlisted in the Best Pub Food Section of the Eastern Daily Press Awards. Read more about our Chef and view some sample menus under the Food and Drink Section.

Overstrand is the perfect base for a relaxing break. We have seven individually styled and distinctive bedrooms, all well-equipped and with an en-suite bath or shower room.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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