Staying with us

We have recently refurbished the accommodation above the pub, and in the grade II listed Old Post Cottage next door, to create six stylish en-suite double bedrooms.

Check in at our dedicated reception off the Horseshoes courtyard where you will be escorted to your home from home. Breakfast is served in the Blue Room, one of the oldest in the pub.

Burnham Thorpe

Named after one of our favourite North Norfolk villages, the birthplace of Lord Nelson, this large double room features an original brick fireplace and upstairs windows looking onto the village and the Horseshoes garden.

Binham

Named after our neighbouring village and the home of the spectacular Binham Abbey, this bright twin room has windows on three sides and a view down the road towards Binham itself.

Holkham

Named after Holkham estate, which owned the Horseshoes until 1966, this large double room features its own entrance and a huge bathroom with a spectacular freestanding bath.

Stiffkey

Named after both our neighbouring village and the river on which Warham is located, this large double room (decorated in the expected blue colour) features the original fireplace of the cottage and a large bathroom with freestanding bath.

Warham

Named after our very own village, this is our signature room. A large double bedroom nestled above the pub itself, this room has a wood-framed fireplace, an en-suite TV snug area, a separate shower room and views over both the village and the garden. The perfect choice for a family with small children.

Walsingham

Named after the historic North Norfolk village, famed for its religious shrines and ruins of two medieval monastic houses, this pretty double room is situated above the pub. One of most recently refurbished rooms, it has a wood-framed fire-place, wood-panelled window overlooking the village and a large ensuite shower room.

House rules

Check-in 2pm - Check-out 11am
All rooms are non-smoking
48 hours cancellation policy.
A full refund will be offered as long as 48 hours notice is given.