The Chequers Inn, which dates back to the 16th century, is a charming village inn that lies on the North Norfolk coast, offering a fabulous place to stay, and to enjoy a meal. Mixing rustic and contemporary to produce its own unique style, The Chequers Inn has a welcoming ambience that appeals to holiday guests and locals alike.
What makes a stay at The Chequers Inn unique?
The Chequers Inn is not simply a cosy inn on the coast…it also offers B&B accommodation with an air of understated luxury. It's so lovely that guests won't want to leave!
What style cuisine is on offer at The Chequers Inn?
Food at The Chequers Inn tastes as good as it looks, whether that's a lunch option or an indulgent dinner. With a focus on good, honest food and rich flavours, the chefs here make use of the very best locally-sourced produce.
What is the signature dish at The Chequers Inn?
With fresh locally-caught fish and seafood so readily available, along with locally-produced meat and vegetables, Shayne Wood, the head chef, produces an exceptional menu throughout the year. Popular dishes include Cromer crab salad, breast of local duck with orange and caraway, lamb moussaka and North Sea plaice.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Chequers Inn?
All 11 rooms at The Chequers Inn have been individually designed, and are packed with original features and charaterful touches. Expect contemporary style, luxurious king-sized beds with pocket-sprung mattresses, crisp white linen and the softest feather duvets.
All rooms have smart TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, luxurious bathrobes, and complimentary ESPA toiletries. Some rooms have separate comfortable seating areas or double-ended baths.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Thornham area?
Combining a hotel, restaurant and pub, The Chequers Inn is a brilliant base for discovering what North Norfolk has to offer. With miles of sandy beaches, the stunning salt marshes, glorious countryside and awesome sea views, it's easy to fall in love with the area. There are many historic houses to visit locally, and plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, along with a variety of fascinating nature reserves.