Places close by to eat Out
Approximately 5 minutes walk from Fieldview is the White Horse Inn.
The White Horse Inn is situated next to East Barsham Manor where Henry VIII is reputed to have stayed prior
to the reformation, to begin his pilgrimage to Walsingham.
The Inn (of C17th origin), now a free house, has been completely
refurbished to maintain the original character and retain the same
antique style of the grade 2 building that it always was.
There is an extensive
bar meal and restaurant menu available for 7 days a week, with a
traditional Sunday lunch. The bar also has a log-burning inglenook fireplace to sit by on cold nights.
To book a table call 01328 820645
10 minutes drive is The Hour Glass Situated in
the neighbouring village of Sculthorpe. Taken over and refurbished
by its owners, who are all local to the area, all
food is cooked and prepared on the premises using fresh local
produce wherever possible. For further details their website is
The Henry IV
is part of the Hungry
Horse chain and offers value for money meals at any time of day.
Off the market place is Q’s
Bistro, coffee shop and wine bar
It is a 44 seater restaurant that provides a variety of snacks,
light lunches & meals using fresh local produce. They have a
daily specials board that changes on a regular basis. The bistro
is open from 6.30pm Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings. The
evening menu is also changed on a regular basis incorporating the
specials board and other delicious meals. Their website has a
sample menu www.qsbistro.co.uk
For first class fish and chips visit Drifters
on Oak Street. They have a sit down
restaurant as well as a takeaway service and it is our favorite
place for fish and chips. If you would prefer take away to eating
out we are quite happy to provide plates and cutlery for you to
There are other takeaways
in Fakenham such as Indian, Chinese,
Thai, Pizza as well as fish and chips.
a special sea food treat visit The Old Forge Seafood Restaurant on
Fakenham Rd, Thursford approximately 10 minutes drive from us.The
Old Forge is a 14th centuary former coaching station and is steeped in history. It has been
completely refurbished and taken back to its original style of
York stone floors. The original iron hooks are still in the
restaurant where horses were tied ready to be shod. A sample menu
and more information can be found on