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Arrived at the inn for my birthday lunch at 12.30 on the 25th June.Before I had finished buying the first round of drinks my mother (ancient) tripped over and sliced her right wrist open ,banged her head against the wall.
The staff were great with helping with her ,paramedics came out and spent an hour checking her over(she refused to go to hospital)
Given the all clear.
Tracey and her mum then served us our meals even though by then it was  passed their normal time for serving lunches.
Food and service very good ,will be going back again(without my mum)
Tracey even came after us to say "Goodbye" and to check that all was well.

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    John,Bern and Brickettes
                  

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Chin up mother,
Hope you are all mended soon,take a little more water with it next time love. Smile

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Enjoyed it here on Saturday 22nd July 2006.  Friendly staff, good food and drink.  Mooring fee of £5.80 from Grebe Farm but it was worth staying there.

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Aug-13-2006 @ 10:32 PM                           Permalink
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hi all ,
always stop at stokesby and always go in the ferry inn , this year over our 2 week stay we booked our moorings outside the pub and had a wonderfull meal and great service from the bar staff .so well done tracey !! keep up the good work .
cheers  

steve and vicky

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Good afternoon Steve & Vicky,

Good to read your comments on the Ferry, we have called there on all out trips to the Broads and always stay a night or two.Great food,beer and hospitality. can you tell me if old norman is still working there, a very nice chap, very interesting to talk to.

Regards PaddyH

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hi paddyh ,
yes old norman  still works there , great character ,part of the fixings / fixtures of the pub ,like ravens of tower of london !! if he goes place might fall down !! lol ,but seriously nice man and helpful ,
cheers

steve and vicky

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I really like this place. Is Norman the chap with the limp? If so he does seem a nice and friendly cove.

One of the few places in England to cook a blue steak as required.  

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hi all ,
yes norman is the chap with the limp , got a dodgy leg down to cycle clips belive it or not , cycles to the pub and back at Acle where he lives , ,
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steve and vicky

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Brilliant!! really looking forward to seeing Norman again, always such a pleasure to call at the Ferry, left my mobile there on one of my visits but no worries,it was posted back to me in London. Such nice people!!


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Cheers
Liked this place a lot-decent food -good beer-farmer that never turns up to collect his mooring fee Wink
Norman reminds me of the pub owner in Withnail and i-"No mans ever put me down yet!"
Excellent place-great puds!!

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