The Orange Tree is a stylish, contemporary dining pub, nestled in one of North Norfolk’s most beautiful coastal villages.
The Orange Tree is a family owned business and strive hard, day and night, to serve award-winning food, from top quality local produce in a laid back, ‘un-stuffy’ environment. The Orange Tree offers a haven of tranquility where couples, families and friends are welcomed with open arms.
They have 10 en-suite bedrooms, including the new Old Bakery Annexe, making them the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the stunning beaches by day and their award-winning food and wine by night.
THE ORANGE TREE COURTYARD
There are six en-suite rooms in The Orange Courtyard, all of which have been refurbished to a high standard. Rooms can be either double or twin and they have one family room, which has a separate bedroom, with bunk beds and it's own TV, affording privacy for both parents and children alike.
Travel cots (£8 per night) and Z beds (£25 per night) are available on request.
Dogs are welcome (£10 per dog) in The OT courtyard rooms. Please enquire about dog friendly rooms at the time of booking. They do ask that they be kept off the bed at all times and not left unattended for any length of time.
THE OLD BAKERY ANNEXE
They are proud that the historic old bakery building has now become part of The Orange Tree.
Sympathetically converted into 4 uniquely themed bedrooms; Cob and Bannock are both doubles and Granary can be can be configured as either a double or twin. Then the Bloomer suite which is perfect for couples and families who require more space: a double bedroom with room for a cot, separate children’s bedroom with bunk beds and exclusive use of the large conservatory with doors opening to the garden.
Unfortunately, dogs cannot be accommodated in the old bakery, due to carpeting.
The restaurant is the 'jewel in their crown'. They are thrilled that the awards just keep on coming for the food. Executive Chef, Philip Milner and his team are constantly striving to devise innovative new dishes, as well as adding new twists to age old pub classics. In particular Philip is well known for his local seafood dishes – a passion which made him ‘Great British Seafood Pub Chef of the Year’ for his Wild Seabass and Norfolk Razor Clams dish.