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Pub Restaurant with Luxury Room Accommodation Near Blakeney 



Welcome to the Wiveton Bell situated on the Village Green and close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just two minutes drive or ten minutes walk from Blakeney. 

Although renowned for its cuisine, the Bell is faithful to its roots as a traditional village pub where people can wander in with walking boots and dogs to enjoy good company as well as fine ales, wine and food.  We have a beautiful Alfresco area to the rear of the Pub Click Alfresco for details. Popular with locals and tourist, Sunny Sheltered tranquil setting overlooking the Church.

With 2 AA Rosettes and an Michelin Pub Guide Inspectors Choice our menu choices offer light lunches and main meals and a fantastic selection of desserts.

Lunch is served 12 till 2.30 Supper 6 till 8.30 and we open all day Sundays from Midday.


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We are open all day for drinks both summer and winter and have four Locally selected Guest Beer's which are sold alongside premium draught lager and a carefully selected wine list. We also sell over 8 Gins in Spanish Gin Goblets with different garnishes.

When visiting for drinks our friendly local bar staff will keep you entertained with snippets of gossip and information about local attractions. 

In Winter a real fire roars in the inglenook all winter long whilst in Summer drinks Afresco can be enjoyed on our sunny south facing gardens overlooking the village green.

Light Lunch, Long Lunch, Early Supper, Dinner A La Carte our menu caters for all. 

We have 6 luxury rooms each with separate entrances and private alfresco seating which are award 4 Gold Stars by the AA and you can find out more by clicking the link below.


We open every day midday 'til 11pm
Food is served 12 'till 2.15pm lunch & dinner 6 'till 8.45 daily
Sunday's 12 'till 8pm

Tel: 01263 740101
Blakeney Road - Wiveton - Norfolk - NR25 7TL

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