Sign In

Creake Abbey Café – Fakenham

North Creake, Fakenham, NR21 9LF

Creake Abbey is a historic site which also offers visitors seven independent shops, a Café, a Food Hall and glorious walks.

All areas welcome dogs including inside the Café.  Café booking recommended on 01328 730399.

Our special events include Farmers’ Markets and Gift Fairs (full details can be found on our website) and dogs are very much welcome and catered for.  All we ask is for dogs to kept on leads at all times.  Open year round from Tuesday to Sunday (individual shop opening times vary a bit), free entry, free parking.

As per all listings on Dog Friendly Norfolk, we accept well behaved dogs.

Features

Location

Google Reviews

4.4
492 reviews
  • Martin Snowball
    Martin Snowball
    8 months ago

    Absolutely fabulous food as you can see from the pictures - the chicken gyros, rump steak burger and the Sunday roast with giant Yorkshire puddings (and they are certainly giant) also has a good deli and frozen foods, we will be going back next time we are in the area 😀

  • Adam Pescod
    Adam Pescod
    3 months ago

    We’ve been to Creake Abbey a few times when visiting north Norfolk. It’s a great spot for lunch or simply tea and cake. My wife and I visited for lunch last month and decided we’d share the antipasti platter, as I’d seen it served at another table and it looked amazing. It was only upon ordering it that we learnt it was £26; there was no price on the menu. While it was very nice and beautifully presented, it was more than we’d anticipated spending and probably not worthy of such a high price point. That being said, it won’t stop us returning to Creake Abbey for its delicious food in the future. We’ll just avoid the platter next time (even though it was lovely).

  • Gruntfuttock 999 (Gruntfuttock)

    Nice coffee and a decent pot of tea plus tasty scone and cake. Nice restaurant staff but all a bit haphazard. It wasn't particularly busy late morning but two staff taking orders, directing visitors to tables, making the drinks, selecting the chosen cakes, clearing tables etc. We could have chosen our own and cut waiting time by ten minutes at least. Plus the manageress, sitting at one of the tables on her laptop seemed to be unaware of the room. Not a relaxing place to dine inside, music too loud and, being a converted barn, very noisy with coffee machine etc. Recommend you sit outside!

  • Karolyn Painter
    Karolyn Painter
    a year ago

    Lovely cafe with a really good menu selection. Usually one or more gluten-free cakes on offer too. Service was very friendly. Sat outdoors as the weather was good, plenty of outdoor seating and in a lovely peaceful setting.

  • Christine Lonsdale
    Christine Lonsdale
    2 months ago

    Just had a roast lunch here today. It was roast chicken, so I nearly declined it (not my favourite meat), but I have to say that I was so impressed with the meal that I would have it again anytime. The chicken tasted sublime, the best I have ever eaten. The cheese sauce with the broccoli & cauliflower was something else. The roast potatoes & roast carrots were delicious, as was the gravy Everything full of flavour & perfectly cooked. Thanks also to our waitress Alexandra, who went above & beyond in looking after us

Add Review

Leave a Reply

Verified Listing
Now Closed

Opening Hours

  • MondayClosed
  • Tuesday 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
  • Wednesday 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Thursday 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Friday 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Saturday 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Sunday 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
If a listing is not accurate or a place has closed, please report it.