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Reedham Ferry Inn
Ferry Road
Reedham
Norfolk

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Reedham Ferry & The Archers Touring Park
The beautiful Reedham Ferry Inn, set amongst riverside and scenic views, gives you traditional ales and fine wines. Our charming restaurant offers a wide choice of dishes for you and your family, from simple bar snacks to continental and British fayre. Our brigade of chefs prepare a changing seasonal menu, selecting only fresh produce whenever possible. Prime meats from the local butcher, hand picked fresh fish from Lowestoft market daily. Vegetarian, diet conscious meals available (please let us know in advance of your special requirements) and children's menus are also.

We pride ourselves on serving good food not fast food.

We offer real ales all the time and always with a guest ale, as well as other well known brands of lager and of course Guinness. You will find a worldwide wine selection to please even the greatest connoisseurs amongst you.

The Inn opens at 10.30am daily serving hot beverages. Dining starts from 12noon through til 14.30pm. we serve food inside and out (until the winter comes) and at the weekend we open all day from 11am serving food until 9pm. On Sunday's from 1st November til 1st March we stop serving food at 6pm.

Moorings are free (for now!) as are all of our showers attached to the inn: permission is mostly granted, when using the inn for dining.

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