July Newsletter

The Sail is set!

We’re chuffed to bits with the fantastic feedback we’ve had for our Sail alfresco restaurant! Thank you everyone for telling us how much you enjoy the menu – we think it’s a cracker too – the airy space, and all the Covid-safe measures we’re taking to ensure you, our guests, have the time of your lives when you visit.
 
The Sail will be welcoming you right through the summer holidays with a menu that sings with coastal sunshine! For us it’s the simple things done well that count, so come for the freshest Cromer crab, bright and beautiful seafood salads, the biggest juiciest burgers, perky curries, and crisp pizzas loaded with flavour. Our chocolate brownies are the gooiest, the Wherry’s on tap, the wine chilled, and we’ve got some lush local ales.
 
We think we’ve got it just right… but why not come and see for yourself? Food is served all week from 10am to 9pm; we look forward to welcoming you.

View the menu here

The reward of autumn

We’re in the midst of a wonderful Norfolk summer here at the Lifeboat, and we love it to bits when our coastal inn buzzes with happy families, sandy feet and fun-loving dogs.
 
But the romance of this unspoilt stretch of North Norfolk works year-round. As summer slips into autumn the light becomes gentler, and there’s often a misty stillness on the marshes. The peacefulness after the hubbub of summer is a time to treasure.
 
Why not relax into it and celebrate the turn of the season with us at the Lifeboat? We’ve set aside some characterful rooms for our very special ‘Love Autumn’ offer. Book before August 31st for a stay through October, November and up to December 23rd, and pay just £155 per room (that includes our incredible Lifeboat breakfast!), a saving of £50 on our regular ‘good’ room rate.

Book now

Culture dip

We know you can’t get enough of our vast golden beaches, sandy dunes and wildlife-rich marshes. Don’t miss the chance to see Anish Kapoor’s extraordinary sculptures on display in the grounds of Houghton Hall, just a pretty 25-minute drive inland. Kapoor’s works are amazing in their scale, none more than his vast stainless steel mirror that turns the world around it upside down by reflection. It’s an all-round different angle on Norfolk, and one we think you’ll like…

Book a visit at www.houghtonhall.com. Be inspired for other great days out in Norfolk at www.visitnorfolk.co.uk

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