News & Events
November 15, 2017
With Halloween a distant memory and the frosts laying out across the fields of Burnham Market most mornings, we are firmly in November and looking forward to Christmas in our Country Inn.
This week has seen our chefs trying out mulled wine and mince pie recipes ready for this weekends Christmas lights switch on in the village which is happening Saturday 18th November between 6pm and 7pm. Make sure that you pop by and try them; if the smell is anything to go by, you are in for a treat!
Saturday is doubly exciting for us as we have managed to secure local talent, Olivia Watson to come and sing to us from 2pm in our bar area. Fresh from performing at this years Latitude Festival, Olivia has been touring around the UK, either at festivals and acoustic events to providing the soundtrack to many weddings and parties. A North Norfolk girl, we’re happy to support her and can’t wait to hear her sing!
Looking forward to December, keep your calendar free on Monday 18th December, as we have carol singing from 7pm with more mince pies and plenty of mulled wine to warm up those vocal chords…all together now ‘We wish you a Merry Christmas, we wish you a Merry Christmas…’
Wednesday 20th December is a fun packed festive extravaganza here, with Christine’s Famous Christmas Quiz’ from 8pm. She’s been researching hard for this years questions, so bone up on your general knowledge and festive facts and come on down…extra points for if you turn up in Christmas fancy dress! Also that evening, remember to grab your raffle tickets as there is a cash prize to be won!
We’re keeping you fed this Christmas Eve, with food now being served from 12 – 8pm and we strongly advise booking as tables will go quickly!
We will be closed Christmas Day this year but are reopening for you all on Boxing Day, with food from 12 – 8.
Don’t worry, next months blog will have more info and we will let you know all about New Years too so keep an eye out for that!
We Ho Ho Hope to see you Saturday!
November 1, 2017
Robbie is a local lad, a regular in our pub and an all-round lovely guy, so when he approached us to ask if we would like to sponsor him on a World Record Cycling attempt, we said yes immediately.
His North Norfolk Cycling Tours business has always dropped by to us with their clients and we wanted to show our support and appreciation.
This was his second attempt at a world record; last year he attempted the ‘Cycle Five Countries in 24 Hours’ record, however it was cut short due to a knee injury and he had to abort halfway through. This did not hold him back though, and as soon as he was recovered, he hot the track again and started working for ‘Most Countries Cycled in Seven Days’ and in September this year, he completed it hitting a total of 12 countries (beating the previous holders 11.
Starting in Poland, he rode through Eastern Europe and after clocking in an impressive 250 miles on his last day, he ended in Germany with just 45 mins to spare!
He hit a set back after bad weather caused him to fall ill, but he persevered, and we are glad he did.
“I lost 12 hours in the end and I woke up thinking there was going to be a high chance of not making it. Without the problems I could have definitely been able to do the 14. I know my level of fitness.”
Robbie will be attempting a third record next year and we are happy to tell him that if he needs us to sponsor him again, we will be there with him all the way!
Robbie has a successful YouTube channel, where you can follow his progress on his latest attempt and can watch back all the highs and lows of his last two attempts and he runs his own cycling blog too, so if you need inspiration to get that bike out of the shed and get pedalling, Robbie is your guy!
Check out Robbie and his cycling at the links below, or to meet the man himself, pop into our pub as he is sure to be there at some point!
October 2, 2017
With a fresher feel to the coastal air we get here, if you’re coming for a visit or a dog walk, make sure you bring your body warmer but we promise you, it will leave you feeling awake and revitalised.
If you are passing, make sure you stop in for elevenses with us as we are now serving delicious, fresh baked scones and pastries along with our usual collection of coffee and teas. We’re loving the smell of the cinnamon swirls filling the air, it is making us quite ready for Christmas!
If you do pop in to see us, watch out for ‘Mind the Paint’ signs, as we are taking the opportunity to make small improvements to our premises and have started with touching up the paint work to the exterior of the pub, putting new entrance slabs down and having a bit of a clean-up. We like to look our best at all times and we promise you will not be disturbed.
We are also opening earlier than normal and offering breakfast from 8:30am to midday, with favourites Full English (vegetarian option available) and Eggs Benedict, as well as lighter bites such as toast and jams, or a classic bacon sandwich.
Don’t forget, we are also taking part in this years ‘Norfolk Restaurant Week’, which runs from 30th October to 10th November. As part of the event, we will be offering our high quality menus at an unmissable lower price giving people the opportunity to sample the best of what North Norfolk dining has to offer.
You can check out how to take part by looking at their website here http://www.norfolkrestaurantweek.co.uk/ and be sure to call us and book your place in that time as tables are sure to go quickly!
Call our team on 01328 738321 for more information on this or anything else we have mentioned above and we will be happy to chat