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Kings Head Hotel, Hoveton - pub details

Address: Station Road, Hoveton, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 8UR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 41428) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hoveton & Wroxham (0.3 miles), Salhouse (3.2 miles), Worstead (4.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 8 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Lodge, Salhouse (1.8 miles), Rising Sun, Coltishall (1.9 miles), Kings Head, Coltishall (1.9 miles)

user reviews of Kings Head Hotel, Hoveton

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A large, rambling pub in the centre of the village which is obviously geared up to cater for the tourist trade. It also seems to be geared to RIP OFF tourists. £6.05 for a pint of Woodforde's Nelson's Revenge (4.5% abv) and a J20 is way OTT, specially when the beer less than top quality. It was drinkable, but I have had much better pints elsewhere.

steve2905 - 6 Jul 2015 02:16
Sign outside advertising 5 Real Ales. Only 2 on sale however, Woodfordes and Doom Bar. Not a beer drinkers venue.
biggles221 - 6 Mar 2015 11:11
Called in today with a friend for a pint, and a couple of excellent real ales were on sale so opted for a pint of each totalling £6.35. The young barmaid needs to learn how to smile and the gents are long overdue for a lick of emulsion, apart from that everything was ok.
classic0904 - 30 Dec 2012 16:00
Large pub on the river at Wroxham/Hoveton, good pint of Wherry, looked like it was kitted out for the tourist trade in the Summer when I would imagine its packed, quiet in the Winter though, nice to see the xmas decprations had been taken down!
Hodge1 - 30 Dec 2011 19:39
Large pub, with accommodation.

As well as extensive bar areas, there is a large garden outside, right on the riverside, so one can sit under a sun umbrella and watch people messing about in boats, a bit away from the summer crowds thronging Wroxham bridge and its immediate vicinity

A good selection of cask ales were available, and I'd have happily sampled a few more if my train had not been due from Wroxham station (about 500 yards).
FotWBF - 3 Aug 2011 00:58

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