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The Willow House, a beautiful sixteenth century thatched grade two listed building. Located in Norfolk, Breakland. The villages of Griston, Thompson, Sayham Toney, Hingham, Ashill, shipdam, Brandon, Mundford, Bodney and Towns of Thetford, Dereham, & Swafham surround the market town of Watton. Norwich 20 miles away. Our food varies from traditional bar snacks and daily specials, full A La Carte and Table D'hote menus. We offer a large selection of 'Real Ale'.
All reviews the pub fresh croissants bar and restaurant area selection of beers evening meal high street century inn nice bathroom rooms were very clean only stayed one night peddars way poached eggs be visiting again full english per night car park family room
Great menu catering for all tastes. Option to have traditional Christmas grub along with other freshly cooked meals. Beautiful steak, probably the best I've had for years. Service spot on. Good value. Welcoming atmosphere and nice surroundings. Highly recommended.
Went to the Willow house for a Group Christmas Dinner. The restaurant was warm, spacious and well laid out for the group on one long table. The food was served promptly, by pleasant helpful staff, and was generously portioned.
Each course was served on time,...More
Met up with family here and it was a good location. The food was tasty and the portion size was generous. The tables are very close together and we found that we are too close to other guests. Toilets are ok but are difficult for...More
Lovely rooms at the back of this pub/restaurant which we stayed in a small group for business . We were working for a day in the local area so to be looked after so well was perfect ! We definitely worked better for it !!
I only stayed one night as I was working nearby. I can't fault this place. Lovely atmosphere, the staff were so friendly and helpful. Didn't eat but what I could see looked and smelt gorgeous. And more importantly a really good pint of Guinness. I...More