Three places in Norfolk named among best spots in Britain for a mini-break
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Three pubs and restaurants with rooms in Norfolk feature in a list of the best places to visit in Britain for a foodie weekend.
Morston Hall, near Blakeney, the Gunton Arms, in Thorpe Market, and Sculthorpe Mill, near Fakenham, are in a guide by the Sunday Times of the top spots for a Michelin-starred mini-break.
Morston Hall, run by chef patron Galton Blackiston, has held a Michelin star since 1998 and is praised for its menu built around "the best of north Norfolk's land and sea'.
The other two hold a Bib Gourmand award from the Michelin Guide, which is given to 'good quality, good value restaurants'.
The Gunton Arms is set in a vast deer park, with venison cooked in its Elk Room, and features bedrooms with "Victorian-flavoured country-house furnishings".
Sculthorpe Mill is described as a "revitalised country boozer" and it was also named the Sunday Times' Best Hotel in the East of England in 2021.