Eat and Drink

Thorn­ham itself boasts 3 fan­tas­tic pubs, all tra­di­tional, all child and dog friendly, and all offer­ing excel­lent food and atmos­phere. What’s more, they all sit within just a few hun­dred yards of Sun­set View!

THE LIFEBOAT INN (www​.lifeboat​in​nthorn​ham​.com) is a 16th Cen­tury Inn with a murky smug­gling past.

THE ORANGE TREE (www​.the​o​r​ange​treethorn​ham​.co​.uk) is a multi-​award win­ning pub with a great oudoor area and a novel ‘Doggy Menu’!

THE CHE­QUERS INN (www​.che​quersin​nthorn​ham​.com) is great for fam­i­lies, and is renowned for it’s Wood-​fired Piz­zas and Sun­day roasts.

THE DELI (www​.thorn​hamdeli​.co​.uk) pro­vides great food to eat in or take away, accom­pa­nied by a large selec­tion of arti­san ingre­di­ents and gro­ceries, as well as an array of rus­tic house­hold items and fur­nish­ings for sale.

ERIC’S FISH AND CHIPS (www​.erics​fis​hand​chips​.com) was already a famous name locally, and opened up in Thorn­ham in Spring 2015 at Drove Orchards (see below).

DROVE ORCHARDS (www​.drove​or​chards​.com) is an inter­est­ing lit­tle spot just on the way in to Thorn­ham as you come from the Hun­stan­ton direc­tion. A café, shop sell­ing local pro­duce, ice cream kiosk and cloth­ing and fur­ni­ture shops make for an inter­est­ing visit.

Sur­round­ing Area

If you want to take advan­tage of the some of the amaz­ing walks, or hop in the car for a short drive, then the drink­ing and din­ing options are just never end­ing. With far too many to list here, sim­ply ven­ture out locally and you will never be far from good food and a warm wel­come! A par­tic­u­lar favourite of ours is The Golden Fleece in Wells-​Next-​The-​Sea. Wells is well worth a visit any­way, but we are quite happy to drive over just to eat at this lovely old pub/​restaurant, refur­bished after a hor­ren­dous flood and serv­ing good qual­ity food in large portions!