In a place like North Norfolk, where life is led by the land, the sea, and the changing seasons, you’d expect the freshest and finest.
So it’s no surprise that The Harper’s menus showcase the county’s bounty, whether you’re lounging with lunch in Ivy's or sitting down to dinner in Stanley's (followed, perhaps, by a Countryside Cosmo at the bar). The food on your plate is an ode to the land (and sea) that surrounds and sustains us, cooked with a dash of cosmopolitan flair.
Our menus change often – so with an eye on what's best when, we'll sometimes surprise you.
Casual, convivial and alive with conversation at any time of day, The Bar has all the hallmarks of a favourite haunt. Cosy up here with a coffee and the papers, or order your tipple of choice and mull over a menu that bristles with the season’s best ingredients.
For fine dining without the frippery, The Harper’s dining room plays host to indulgent breakfasts and evenings you’ll want to remember more than you might (the wine list’s every bit as enticing as the menu).
If The Harper is your second home, Ivy’s is your living room. Here, beneath a raft of exposed beams, armchairs and sofas in leather and velvet invite unhurried hours deep in conversation - or a favourite book. And should the fancy take you, it’s a place to eat as well as retreat.> Show more
At the heart of The Harper, with the scent of lavender and the shade of an old olive tree, The Yard invites easy, breezy, outdoors-in living when the weather’s warm, or evenings around the fire pit - blankets at the ready if knees get chilly.
You’ll find The Harper’s sister pubs perfectly placed for an afternoon amble on the coast path or an evening stroll into the village. Whether fish and chips at The Morston Anchor or wholesome homemade pies (and proper weekend roasts) at The Langham Blue Bell, this characterful duo is all about life’s simple pleasures.