The Swan Inn in Horning is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character providing a great base to explore the Norfolk Broads.
The Swan Inn is a majestic building overlooking a sharp bend in the River Bure. The origins of The Swan were a cottage built on the site in 1696 but the main part of the building dates from the "early" 19th century. It's position on the Norfolk Broads has made it a distinctive landmark for river users and locals alike, it's most recent claim to fame being the setting for two of Arthur Ransom's children's books 'Coot Club' and 'The Big Six’.
Horning is one of the prettiest villages on the Norfolk Broads, where there’s no shortage of things to do in the surrounding area. The picturesque, waterside village of Horning boasts a wonderful marina, water-side shops and tea rooms, as well as countless countryside walks. A trip along the river is a must!
Their seasonal food menus are full of delicious hearty dishes such as slow-cooked lamb shank, steak & mushroom pie, and the infamous Hunter’s chicken. And to complement the delightful pub food, they’ve a wonderful array of fine wines, real ales, soft drinks and spirits for you to enjoy. So whether it’s dinner with friends or Sunday lunch with family, they are the perfect spot to spend some quality time with those you love the most.
With eight comfortable and characterful single, double, and twin B&B rooms, The Swan Inn is the perfect spot for a great night’s sleep, whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure. Furnished to a high standard, the rooms are decorated in a traditional style reflective of the building’s history, with a notably stylish, contemporary touch – think sophisticated colour palettes, cosy carpets, and a warm, welcoming ambience.
The rooms offer a host of features and amenities including complimentary WiFi, soft bedding, tea and coffee making facilities, a desk for catching up on work after a busy day, and en-suite facilities including plenty of towels and a hairdryer. There is free car parking on site and a lovely beer garden overlooking the Norfolk Broads, that’s perfect for long summer evenings.