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May-28-2011 @ 12:33 PM                           Permalink
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Hi, can anyone recommend a restaurant for our wedding anniversary.  We went to a lovely place about 10 years ago but for the life of me I can't remember where it was!!(perils of old age) All I remember is that it was tucked away and in the morning people where doing Tai Chi on the bank, oh and it was in the Egon Roney guide. We have not had a holiday on the broads for 7 years so pubs will have changed a lot since then.

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Stokesby Ferry does very good food, is an Adnams pub and the beer is in good order. Afvantge yoou can moor outside.
South Walsham Ship, moor at Ranworth and it's a mile walk (booking advised)
another is the Recruiting Sergeant at Horstead. You can moor at Ciltishaall and either walk (20 mins?) but booling is advised

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I've been trying to think back to places that might have been in egon ronay 7 years ago, and Beccles or Coltishall are the only places I can think of, and I have seen people doing Tai Chi on the green at Beccles, mind you I've also seen a chap walking his pet ferrets there. Interesting place is Beccles.

For a fantatic place to to eat it's got to be the Hermitage at Acle, free moorings too.

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The Dukes Head at Somerleyton was for me the best meal so far on our trips to the broads. A gastro-pub I suppose, their slow roasted belly pork was to die for !

Roll on October when we'll be down south

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Thanks all, the Hermatige looks good, we love seafood, lobster and crab are treats. Will fit our times to be at Acle around then, if we can get under Potter Higham this time it should work.


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