The Gunton Arms is a traditional pub with bedrooms in an extensive historic park near Cromer in North Norfolk.
The Gunton Arms is situated in the one thousand acre deer park which surrounds Gunton Hall near Cromer in Norfolk. The park was created in the early 18th Century by the Harbord family and was comparable in scale to the great estates to the west, Holkham and Houghton. The Park evolved over a 150 year period with a succession of great landscape architects being employed: Charles Bridgman, Humphrey Repton, Gilpin and Teulon.
Ivor Braka bought the building in 2009, converting a country house hotel into a traditional pub. Robert Kime designed the bedrooms and interior. Stuart and Simone Tattersall, who formerly worked at Mark Hix’s restaurants in London are partners in the business. They bring with them the Hix ethos of using local, seasonal produce and a style of cooking which is vigorous and ingredient led. The Gunton Arms has its own venison. Seafood, mussels and Cromer crab are caught by local fishermen.
Restaurant: 12.00 – 9.00pm | Bar food served: 12pm–9pm
Please note we do not cook on the Elk Room fire on a Sunday
We are closed on Christmas Day.