Welcome to Anglian Country Inns. Our family run business first opened its doors twenty years ago and now we have six award winning establishments across East Anglia with a post office, coffee shop and a brewery to boot.
We celebrate the individual nature of each venue and whether you are looking for a spot for a very special meal, after work cocktail, live music, quiet pint, quick pizza or just somewhere to get away from it all in our coastal inn, a warm welcome awaits.
Take a look at our special spots, book here on our website, give us a call or drop in to see us. We look forward to seeing you.
A 5-barrel Norfolk micro brewery producing quality real ale from the finest local Maris Otter barley grown at Wells-next-the-Sea. Brewery tap at The Jolly Sailors, Brancaster Staithe.
A gem of a village pub serving up pizzas, pints and playgrounds in north Hertfordshire, with a local’s bar, pavilion restaurant and acres of beer garden. Families, muddy boots and dogs welcome!
Set in an impressive former ballroom in the heart of Hitchin, Hermitage Rd Bar & Restaurant offers exciting food with added theatre from the open kitchen, quirky cocktails and beer from the bar and live music from local talent. Downstairs, grab coffee and bagels from our award winning coffee shop.
Voted the nation’s favourite family pub, our 18th century village local on the Norfolk coast serves our own real ales, home cooked food, stone baked pizzas and ice cream from our beach hut in the garden (and not forgetting the largest selection of rum on the coast!)
A country pub nestled in the heart of Willian village with a wide selection of real ales, seasonal menus and a great wine list. Regularly appears in the Top 50 Gastropubs.
A stunning restoration of a 17th century brewery is now home to Water Lane Bar & Restaurant, offering relaxed dining in the heart of Bishops Stortford with cocktails in our buzzing cellar bar.
Our award winning inn on the north Norfolk coast with a menu boasting shellfish from the village, 15 cool comfortable bedrooms and restaurant overlooking the saltmarshes to Scolt Head Island and the sea beyond.