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The White Horse Inn is gloriously situated on the marshland coastline of North Norfolk at Brancaster Staithe, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with its big blue skies, spectacular sunsets and salty sea air. The coastline is a magical area to explore with breath-taking panoramic views across tidal marshes and endless sandy beaches.

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



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1,466 reviews
  • Alexander Gee
    Alexander Gee
    2 months ago

    We had a lovely family meal, celebrating a birthday too. Food was very tasty, a decent wine list and the staff were attentive and very welcoming to the kids too. Lovely view out of the picture windows over the marshes with the beach in the distance. We sat inside but there was an Oyster festival happening on the terrance out front as well as another food option out there. Would definitely recommend booking a table and get there to try the food for yourself.

  • Evie Nicholas
    Evie Nicholas
    2 months ago

    Family and I came here for the end of summer BBQ and we had the best time. The live music and the well priced food and drinks were really amazing amazing way to round off our summer. Really wouldn’t have been half the experience if it wasn’t for our lovely waitress Emily - honestly the most lovely person to be serving us. Would come back solely for her!

  • James Reeves
    James Reeves
    2 months ago

    Second time we've come to eat here and it doesn't disappoint. The White Horse serves amazing seafood and to top it off, you can enjoy the most incredible view of the Norfolk coast. The service was super friendly as well - for those cooler late summer evenings, they provide blankets, so we could still sit out and enjoy the sunset. I'd recommend ordering the seafood platter. It's a real treat. James

  • Lisa Simpson
    Lisa Simpson
    3 months ago

    We drove for nearly 4 hours on a round day trip to visit as we had heard good reviews. Had an amazing meal with family. Beautiful views, exceptionally friendly and helpful staff who were very dog friendly. Has lunch on the terrace then a walk in the marshes and cocktails Marshside. Delicious - have recommended since our visit and will continue to recommend. Can’t wait to return.

  • Wilma Cargo2021
    Wilma Cargo2021
    4 months ago

    A strange experience, the White Horse is hard to get a table at and promises to be a top notch dining experience, probably the best bit is the panoramic view from the conservatory part of the restaurant. There is an extensive wine, gin and cocktail list. The food menu is surprisingly limited. We ordered drinks, my partner ordered one of the flavoured gins (was very nice) and I ordered a pint of Orange & Lemonade (driving), actually received a pint of orange juice. Lobster was £42 a go, so we opted for salmon fishcakes (overly salty) to start, Grilled plaice fillets delivered with potato mash and a plate of fish and chips - a small piece of fish (probably cod) in an enormous chunk of batter, mushy minted peas(tasty) along with something that might of been an attempt at curry sauce but was really close to lightly spiced water - disappointing.

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