Hotels in Thornham

Lifeboat Inn
Ship Lane

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This lovely 16th century house has provided a warm welcome to travellers for many years. Combining historic charm with all modern comforts, relaxing views are enjoyed over open meadows to the sea beyond.

Attractive bedrooms may vary in size but all are well equipped and suitably furnished. The popular bar and restaurant provide a wide range of appealing food with locally caught fish an obvious speciality.
All bedrooms are no smoking.


Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast & VAT
Double: From £56
Single: From £52
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Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms - Wi-fi
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

Restaurant Menu
3 courses £28.50
Wednesday 13th February 2008

To Start

Cream of Celeriac Soup
Chilled Array of Fruit drizzled with mint syrup
Steamed Brancaster Mussels in lemon & dill veloute
Pan-fried Red Mullet on pepper salad
Farmhouse Terrine served with tomato chutney
Pan-seared Pigeon Breast with apricot & hazelnut puree

Main Course

Baked Whole Camembert Cheese served with new potatoes
and pickled beetroot salad
Pan-fried Salmon on mustard mash potato with creamed leeks
Baked Halibut served on provencal sauce with
buttered tagliatelle and sauté courgettes
Roast Chicken Breast served on lyonnaise potatoes and thyme jus
Roast Rack of Lamb presented on citrus cous cous with plum compote
Prime Beef Fillet served on horseradish mash and red wine jus
All meat and poultry dishes are accompanied by a selection of vegetables


Blueberry & Ricotta Pancakes with clotted cream
Plum Bakewell tart with custard
Duo chocolate parfait
Honey & Ginger Pannacotta
Date and Ginger Pudding with toffee sauce
Trio of ice cream
Mango water ice


Cheese & Savouries
Binham Blue
Ruby Dapple
St Egwin

Cafetiere of Coffee & Homemade Traditional Fudge

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