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Rose & Crown
Old Church Road

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Welcome to The Rose & Crown, a 14th Century inn of great individuality and charm, with roses round the door, twisting passages, open fires, good food, excellent beers and a friendly, informal atmosphere.

The Rose & Crown is situated in the delightful village of Snettisham, opposite the cricket pitch, with Sandringham, Houghton, RSPB Snettisham and the Peddar's Way on the door step. The glorious north Norfolk beaches, walks and many other attractions of this lovely area are also within easy reach.

We love food at The Rose & Crown! Our menu, which changes regularly, is a mix of traditional pub favourites and more exotic dushes, using, where possible, local produce from local suppliers in season

All our rooms are individually decorated in fresh contemporary style, with power showers, Molton Brown toiletries, television, radio, books and magazines and tea and coffee making facilities (with fresh milk). Free wireless Broadband access is available throughout The Rose & Crown

Two bedrooms are downstairs and designed for people with mobility problems, and we also have access ramps and an accessible toilet.

The Rose & Crown has a lovely, totally enclosed walled garden (originally the village bowling green) with pretty herbaceous borders, two huge weeping willows and a magnificent wooden climbing fort (we like children at The Rose & Crown).

We want our guests to relax, and The Rose & Crown is the perfect place for recharging your batteries. We hope you will visit us soon.

"A Rare beast: a thriving local pub with contemporary rooms and great food." Country Living


Ratings/Awards: Finalist Great British Pub Food Awards 2010 Family Friendly Pub of the Year 2007 - The Publican Awards 40 Top UK Hotels, January 2007 - Sunday Telegraph Pub Restaurant of the Year Award 2006 - Eastern Daily Press Best Pub Website of the Year Award 2006 - Morning Advertiser Good Food Guide, Good Hotel Guide, Good Pub Guide, Michelin Pub Guide, Harden's Restaurant Guide, AA Rosette, Charming Small Hotels
Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16

Price per Person

Double: £47.50 - £52.50
Twin: £47.50 - £52.50
Single: £75 - £85
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Sample Menu:

Homemade bread with olive oil and balsamic
Marinated olives
Leek and potato soup
Hot merguez sausage, tomato, caper and shallot salad
Warm caramelised onion and feta cheese tart,
basil pesto
Terrine of pork and ham hock, pear chutney, grilled walnut bread
Grilled globe artichoke & home confit tomato risotto
Smoked haddock & salmon fish cakes, mixed leaves with
tarragon mayonnaise
Brancaster Mussels : Moules mariniere

Vietnamese crispy duck salad, toasted peanuts with
lime and chilli dressing
Papardelle pasta, oven roasted peppers, confit red onions,
ripped basil leaves
Grilled lamb and stilton sausages, bubble & squeak,
red wine and mint sauce
Seared, marinated mackerel, warm potato salad,
tempura tiger prawns, bouillabaisse
Free range coq au vin, smokes pancetta, fondant potato,
butter glazed Norfolk carrots
Seared Cajun tuna loin, braised endive,
soy and coriander dressing
Roast Pork loin, grilled new potatoes, apple sauce and
crackling, green vegetables
Baked fillet of halibut, herb mash potatoes,
caviar fish cream

Rose & Crown Classics
Rose & Crown prawn cocktail
Homemade prime beef burger, bacon, cheese, relish, fries
Fish and chips, minted mushy peas
Prawn bhuna, turmeric rice, riata, naan bread
Chargrilled sirloin steak, home cut chips, rocket, garlic butter, field mushrooms, tomatoes

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