Was recommended to me to eat here during a recent visit to Walsingham. Very disappointed. Although the food was adequate and reasonably well cooked and certainly inexpensive, the noise from the music in the bar was awful. There was only 1 other person in the place so why was the music so loud. Not even good music. Could do with some 'cosying' up although I understand the management have not been in residence for long. Still, felt like the place was unloved and certainly could do with an injection of TLC.
- Also Known As:
- Black Lion Hotel Walsingham, Norfolk
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A 700 year old coaching inn with seven en-suite bedrooms, several with original medieval feature walls and windows. The restaurant serves modern British cuisine and is based on what local seasonal ingredients are available from the farmers and fishermen. There is all day tapas and light snacks and during the winter they serve a sit in or takeaway "soup kitchen" menu. A la carte is available lunch and dinner. The bar serves several local cask ales and ciders, the usual selection of lagers, spirits and wines and has a good top shelf of Scotch and Whiskey. ... more less