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The Berney Arms Inn, Berney Arms - pub details

Berney Arms Inn
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Address: ey Arms, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1SB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25938) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Berney Arms (0.5 miles), Great Yarmouth (4 miles), Reedham - Norfolk (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 14 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Church Farm, Burgh Castle (0.7 miles), Kings Head, Belton (1.6 miles), Tavern, Belton (1.7 miles)

 

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Unique pub in the middle of the Broads. Popular with walkers and boaters. Service was chaotic, but friendly. The beer was in good condition. There is an Interesting interior.

It is well worth a visit.

However at time of writing the pub is under threat of closure As a result opening hours are erratic and it is essential to ring ahead, otherwise you may have a long trek for nothing.
simontheeditor - 10 Aug 2015 11:48
Very unusual pub stuck in the middle of nowhere. Worth going to once simply because the location is so strange. A bit tatty - perhaps they could spend some time in the winter doing it up. Pleasant enough landlady who sounds as though she comes from Birmingham originally.

Decent beers including Sharpie and Trawlerboy. Average pub food - burgers, scampi etc. Service OK.
mancroft - 6 Sep 2012 20:01
Visited this Broadland classic in APril this year on a cold windy Sunday lunchtime, it was a welcome haven I can tell you! A bit tatty and run down though, its only open from March to October ( a condition of its licence) and you would think with little else to do they could have tidied up and decorated in the Winter months.Beer was by Humpty Dumpty and good.
Hodge1 - 9 Jul 2012 19:00
We walked out from Reedham (after one for the road at the Reedham Riverside Beer Festival at the Lord Nelson) in a very leisurely 1 hour 40 mins and were very ready for the good beer when we got there. Humpty Dumpty's Little Sharpie, Golden Gorse and Wherryman's Way IPA, and one from Tipples too, all served well. A very cosy refuge from the windy marshes, very popular on a Tuesday afternoon with walkers and boating families. Perhaps could use a little TLC, but not really the worse for it. We walked back and the wind sobered us up enough to stop off at the Nelson for just one more.
aleloz - 25 Aug 2010 14:18
My first visit here, was by boat in 1976 - the Summer of all Summers.
I must have been feeling peckish, because I can recall having the steak, chips and peas, three times ! By the end of the rather boozy evening, the landlord was referring to me as '' Hungry Horace.'' I know this is hardly a recent review, but I just wanted to share a very happy memory with you :-)

uncletom - 8 Jun 2010 13:17

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