The Lodge at Salhouse
Welcome to the Lodge at Salhouse, we are a family run pub occupying a charming 19th century vicarage. The pub has recently been renovated, including comfortable bedrooms set in seven acres of countryside garden.
We are fortunate to be surrounded by the picturesque Norfolk Broads, while Salhouse boasts numerous scenic walks for both guests and four-legged friends to enjoy.
The neighbouring village of Wroxham provides plentiful amenities including a department store, local shops and cafes, and is popular with holidaymakers wishing to hire boats – we would all agree that one of the best ways to experience the Broads is on the water!
Norfolk also boasts 90 miles of award-winning coastline, with lots of variety to explore. From sandy beaches and rugged cliffs to salt marshes, there really is a beach for everyone! Here at the Lodge our closest stretch of beach is only a half-hour drive away.
Explore our Food
The food in our restaurant is prepared from quality produce, sourced locally whenever possible, used in season to get the best results.
Join us for a Drink
Our brand new bar is well-stocked with local ales, bespoke cocktails and an eclectic wine list.
Experience our Rooms
The comfort of our guests was our main priority when designing these six unique bedrooms.
Join us in the restaurant seven days a week and choose from carefully crafted menus that aim to showcase the very best in local, seasonal ingredients.
Breakfast is available to non-residents but booking is essential (by telephone only).
Please let us know when booking if you require a highchair or space for a pram, or if you will be bringing a dog.
Our food is freshly cooked so we can modify many menu items to cater for those on special diets such as gluten or dairy free.
Our completely refurbished bar area is the perfect place to unwind with a pint of local beer at the end of the day, enjoy a celebratory cocktail before eating in the restaurant, or relax with a pot of tea prior to checking into your room.
Sample our selection of local real ales and contemporary lagers; indulge in our bespoke menu of cocktails from Edmunds; sip English wines from our outstanding wine list.
Bed & Breakfast
We are delighted to offer superior accommodation in six individual en-suite bedrooms on the completely refurbished first floor. Being ideally perched atop a hill, there are some fantastic views of the Broadland countryside to be admired from our rooms, while staying with us provides a cosy and convenient base from which to explore the area.
The comfort of our guests was our main priority when designing these rooms, whether it be for business or pleasure. Should you fancy a refreshing beverage we have a spacious indoor bar area as well as a peaceful garden terrace for all customers to enjoy.
Choose us for your stay in the Norfolk Broads and enjoy:
Superfast Internet access
En suite bath/shower rooms with complimentary toiletries
Tea and coffee making facilities
Free car parking
Full breakfast is included in your stay, while added extras such as champagne are available on request.
We are dog-friendly and you are welcome to bring a dog with you – please mention when booking your stay.
Events & Functions
We are happy to provide group dining experiences for any occasion, and can offer flexible timing and catering arrangements to suit your needs.
A Place to Stay
If you have family, friends or clients attending your event from outside the area, why not book them into one of our deluxe rooms?
Local Walks & Cycle Routes
We are fortunate to have a variety of picturesque walks and cycle routes in the local area. Many of our guests and customers enjoy a walk before visiting us for a meal, drink or overnight stay.
The Bittern Line
A 5.6-mile (9km) circular walk that starts and finishes at Salhouse railway station, and includes Salhouse Broad.
If you would prefer not to be bound to a route, take a look at this map of footpaths that crisscross the village and make your own way.
Horning Cycle Ride
A 16-20 mile ride visiting Wroxham, Salhouse, Ranworth, South Walsham and Ludham. A tour of the villages on either side of the River Bure, this route provides a real taste of Broadland life, from the bustling boating centres of Horning and Wroxham, to the quieter picturesque villages of Woodbastwick and Ranworth.
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