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tidesmine
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First time we have visited since new ownwers took over. Very impressed with new menu and choice of beers. Will be visiting more often.

(Did enjoy previous menu but was a bit pricey!)

Cheers,
Tim

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We had a very nice meal (and far too much wine Smile  ) there back in June this year.

Lovely warm welcome from the owner too.

Being Northern Broads based, we don't get to Rockland St. Mary as often as we would like so we may need to make some trips out by car. It's well worth the effort IMHO.

John

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Hi there

We went there a couple of weeks ago, when 'Brat' was in Blackpool, and had a couple of very nice ploughmans washed down with diet Cokes.
Was impressed with the menu and prices, beer loooked well kept and the staff were very friendly, also liked the ash tray arrangement (upside down plant pots half full of water, keeps the smell and mess down).

Chris J

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Does anyone know the depth up to Rocklands, please? (We draw 3ft6ins).

Many thanks,
John and Mary-Jane

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Oct-19-2008 @ 10:48 AM                           Permalink
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Spent Friday at Rockland trying to scrube all the green off "Louise" and then retired to the New Inn.
Very warm welcome and a great gammon steak! I also very much appreciate the provision of the days newspaper especially considering that cruel misleading sign for the shop which is the entire opposite of the meaning of "fisherman's inches"!

A very pleasant way to end the day.

Trevor

www.normanboats.co.uk


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Oct-22-2008 @ 10:59 AM                           Permalink
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Excellent pub at Rockland. Warm, clean, friendly and proper food!
But where is the shop in Rockland. I've walked miles and never actually found it.

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From the staithe, look across to the pub - turn right up the lane and keep walking about 0.9 miles. Excellent shop/P.O/Off-licence/general store/news agents/tobaconists etc etc. Can get most anything you need there (even tools & 'JUMP LEADS'). Stays open 'till late (around 8.00pm) from memory.
Cheers Andy

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Thank you!

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Andy, I suspect you are also very familair with fishermans inches as well !! I suggest its more like 1.5 miles rather than 0.9 unless you are meaning to the start of the village!

Trevor

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Well Trevor - I'm no fisherman, but a pretty good gambler, so a tenner says it's 0.9 miles.
OVER TO YOU
Andy

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