Braemar is in the Heart of the Norfolk Broads and is within easy distance of endless Pubs and Restaurants - A handful of our favourites -

The Fur & Feather Inn

Our Local – Beautiful Thatched Pub

Traditional Pub Food where you can discover a full range of beers, direct from the onsite brewery.

Eat in the restaurant or garden where the chefs use fresh & seasonal ingredients to create flavours that complement their brews.

They have an onsite shop in the pub selling the brewery beers.

They are dog friendly and they do get busy in the summer months.

The Suffield Arms


Dog friendly.

No Booking Required.

The Gunton Arms

(Sister Pub to the Suffield Arms)

Set in an extensive historical deer park – Booking Required

Serving Traditional Pub Food, locally sourced Venison and Freshly caught seafood including Cromer Crab.

Dogs are welcome in the Bar Area.

The Recruiting Sergeant

Award-winning Traditional Pub and Restaurant

The Wildebeest

2 AA Rosette Restaurant close to central Norwich in the South Norfolk village of Stoke Holy Cross.

Chef Patron Daniel Smith takes great pride in his kitchen serving the freshest ingredients, bringing dishes together that embrace every season and using all that is great and good from Norfolk.

The Ranworth Malsters

Local – 5 Minutes from The Fur and Feather

Traditional and Seasonal Pub Food plus Milson’s Pizza Den – Fantastic cook to order pizzas to eat in or take-away!

Great for the kids and overlooking Malsters Broad.

Dog Friendly.

The Brick Kilns

Very Traditional Old-Fashioned Pub. 

Dogs are welcome in the Bar Area.

Morston Hall

Galton Blackiston’s Michelin Starred and 4 Red Rosette Restaurant for Culinary Excellence.

Early Booking Recommended.