The Stiffkey Red Lion, located on the North Norfolk Coast, has all the appeal of an old English inn and now with the comfort of a modern hotel. It's uncluttered charm appeals to walkers, birdwatchers and those seeking refuge from the rigours of the nearby saltmarsh. A warm welcome awaits you as well as excellent local beers, including Nelson's Revenge from Woodforde stable and excellent food from local sources, at prices to please.
There is no piped music, old pews abound and the fire in the bar makes a welcoming centrepiece when the wind is straight off the sea.
Look out for local Mussels, when in season, Blakeney whitebait, Norfolk game pie, soft herring roes on toast and the superb Cromer crab salads that are such a feature of the area. You can eat in or out, and on hot days the cool from the stream offers welcome freshness. A short but enterprising wine list is well supplied with wine by the glass. On first impressions, The Red Lion at Stiffkey is a traditional Norfolk Pub in almost every sense of the word, from the rustic wooden pews and four log fires to the original stone floor and selection of local brews on offer.
Since the 1st May 2008, this popular refreshment stop for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers has seen the addition of 10 fabulous rooms, making it one of the most special places to stay near the North Norfolk Coast. Modern, chalet-style hotel rooms (5 on the ground floor with a small terrace and garden area outside and 5 on the first floor, each with a private balcony and great views out over the Stiffkey valley and the hills beyond.) offer luxurious hotel accommodation at a location that is perfect for discovering the entire North Norfolk region. Well-equipped with en-suite bathroom, high quality furnishings and details like flat-screen televisions, there are 6 King-Sized Double rooms, 3 Twin rooms and a Family Double room with sofa bed. There is WIFI Internet access in the adjacent pub (along with great food all day long and a refreshing pint or glass of something cold).
The accommodation building is eco friendly, with a sedum roof that not only ensures the rooms are warm in winter and naturally cool in summer, but also collects and recycles rainwater, using it to flush the toilets.
Room tariffs between £90 and £130 depending on room type, season and whether you want to include a delicious dinner. All room tariffs include a full English breakfast.
Children & babies welcome.
Dogs welcome in some rooms.