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The White Horse Inn, Neatishead - pub details

White Horse Inn

Address: Neatishead, Norfolk, NR12 8AD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35215) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hoveton & Wroxham (3 miles), Worstead (4.2 miles)

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Box's Brolly, Muirhouse's Wolf, Nene Valley's Manhattan Project, Great Newsome's Holderness Dark, Wolf's Granny Wouldn't Like It and Woodforde's Nelson's Revenge were the 6 ales on sale last Wednesday. A couple of days later 2 (or was it 3?) of them had disappeared to be replaced by something else (including one from their own brewery). The beers I tried were better than average and even good but I kept switching as I tried to find euphoria in a glass. I didn't bother with the craft keg offerings as they seemed to be lagers e.g. Redwell Steam, Spitfire (yes, that name confused me too). The pub itself is multi-roomed and welcoming to everyone - drinkers in the quarry-tiled beermat and hop decorated bar, diners in the mezzanined wooden-windowed extension and folk singers in the front parlour.
paul_d102 - 20 Jun 2018 18:41
Visited the White Horse for the first time on Friday night. It's a very nice cosy pub with a decent selection of well kept beers. It is well worth a look and I shall be back for another pint or two before too long.
dougdeep - 4 Nov 2014 13:58
A real traditional locals pub, 3 little rooms, very old handpumps dispense Woodfordes ales, no fruit machines, jukebox's or canned musak, just conversation and atmosphere fantastic, I wish there were more like this in Broadland.,
Hodge1 - 1 Jul 2012 20:39
Visited this pub with a group of friends on a Friday evening, moored nearby at the free dock. What a night! Good, honest food at a reasonable price, followed by an evening drinking with the locals, very friendly and good fun. The best pub i have visited on the broads, old fashioned local that does what it says on the tin! Well worth a visit.
thebarn1990 - 21 May 2012 20:00
Visited twice last Sunday, for a Roast at lunchtime and for a drink in the evening. The roast was excellent and as we had two, super value at 12 for 2. As moored close by - came back for a drink in the evening.
A traditional country pub that serves the local community as well as the holidaymakers on the Broads. Friendly staff, friendly locals, super pub and a bit of a labyrinth inside. A nice change from the usual generic open plan boozer.
fetchman - 23 Sep 2010 16:31

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