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lawson44
Mar-28-2008 @ 8:36 PM                           Permalink
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Can anyone recommend some good pubs on or near the waterside in the Reedham/Brundall area?
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Laurie

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Hi Laurie

We like Coldham Hall at Surlingham, just across from the Brundal marina, and also The Ship at Reedham, just by the bridge, (but use the main public moorings not the ones directly outside the pub as there are bits of metal sticking out and the current is pretty strong). The Reedham Ferry is always really good as well.

Also if you read some of the other strings The Ferry at Surlingham has just changed hands, and sounds OK.

Hope that helps  Cheers

Sharon & Tony

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I would avoid the Bramerton Woods End, unless it's a nice enough day to sit outside & you're not eating.

Simon

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Why avoid Woods End Simon? I was in there this weekend and it seemed a very reasonably pleasant sort of hostelry!

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