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Hi,

just a quick note to congratulate Roy and Alice on doing such a cracking job of updating the Maltsters. The interior is looking really smart now, a lot of impressive changes. Along with the garden work done last year, its becoming a really delightful Broads pub.

Ranworth has always been one of my favourite moorings, so I'm very pleased to see it looking so good.

Richard

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Nice place, being calling for a number of years, and never been disappointed with the menu.
The only problem is finding a mooring, which is a "lottery" when busy, unless you've a dinghy to hand , then its just a mud weight operation!

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Must agree it's certainly looking more homely and brighter. We arrived at our moorings last Friday evening and called in for our dinner! as it's still "winter", understandably there was not a full menu on offer but Pat  very kindly said that she would cook anything she had for us, so we sat by the fire and tucked into fish & chips. Trouble was after our meal and a couple of pints of real ale it was a wrench to walk back to the boat and make the bed up!

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Just to echo Richards comment on the  Pub at Ranworth, what a change, looks great,  very comfortable and very good food. The transformation is Fab.

The young staff were very attentive, polite  and a great fire in the bar  area- even a bowl for our dog Dylan! 5 stars!!


Having just secured a mooring this winter  at Ranworth we will be back - often!.  

hopefully every weekend.

Good food at a good price - even accommodated a fussy 2 starters - one starter ± one as main course - no questions.

Well done!
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Some 25 years ago when on the Broads with my children we moored at Ranworth, there was no Malsters, but there was an old traditional pub, a lovely building. Did it get demolished? Although not able to moor last year I would have looked round corners if i had been able to. Anyone know?

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'just a quick note to congratulate Roy and Alice on doing such a cracking job of updating the Maltsters'


We had lunch there last weekend - wow -wow  - wow.

Brilliant, food, service, and the refit looks really great,
This is going to be a regular stop off for us. And we can take four paws into the pub too.

Take our hats off to you Maltsters
Cheers

maggie and Steve
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Steve & Maggie.

Magellan (Westward 38)

Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !

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Hi theartist as far as I know the maltsters has always been the pub at ranworth. It was in 1977 on my first visit, and to my knowledge would have been the only pub in the village. I am sure someone with greater local knowledge than me will confirm this.


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Hi once again my wife has just looked in a book we have about the village of Ranworth, the book was published in 1908, and The Maltsters is talked about in it. There is no mention of any other pub in the village.

Hi Richard we were hoping to get down to see you at The Maltsters in March, but sadly could not get down that weekend, we will hopefully see you again at some point during the year and look forward to it very much. Keep up the good work.

I must also congratulate Roy on his work at the pub, just from the outside it looks inviting once again. We have not seen the inside since finished even though we have been moored on the staithe (sorry).

I'll see you on the dark side of the moon.

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Geejay hi,

Here is info taken from the Maltsters web site.

“The Maltsters dates from the 1700’s and has been known by a variety of names – The Jolly Farmers, The Jolly Maltsters and finally The Maltsters. Originally it was only a bar but the restaurant was added in the 1980’s to make the pub how it is today. The Boat in the Restaurant side of the Pub was made in Horning in 1948 and was the original bar in the pub, it even has part of a ships wheel”

For more info visit-
http://www.themaltsters.com/history/

Kind Regards
Alan...
www.mynorfolkbroadsboating.co.uk/

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