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Bucks Arms

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Norfolk - Blickling

One star - A pub interior of special national historic interest

Listed Status: II

Blickling Road Blickling Near, Norwich NR11 6NF
Blickling
NR11 6NF

Tel: (01263) 732133

Email: contact@bucksarms.co.uk

Website https://www.bucksarms.co.uk/

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Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

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This early 18th-century brick building is now part of the Blickling Hall estate. The snug, tucked between the main corridor and lounge, is the star here. It has a white-painted counter probably from the 1950s, old bar-back shelves, a 1950s brick fireplace with an ornate surround and an oddly shaped alcove. The counter in the lounge is of similar vintage; the fireplace and fixed seating are old but the bar-back modern. The rooms are linked by a Norfolk pamment corridor and entrance lobby. The two-part dining room with its quarry-tiled floor and fine old fireplaces was not part of the pub until recent years. The pub was once managed by the People's Refreshment House Association, founded in 1896 to encourage temperance in inns by serving non-alcoholic beverages.
Built early 18th-century of red brick and now painted cream and part of the Blickling Hall estate. The snug, tucked between the main corridor and the lounge, really is the star here. It has a counter possibly from the 1950s, old bar back shelves, a 1950s brick fireplace and an unusually shaped alcove. The lounge also has a counter possibly from the 1950s, old fireplace and some old fixed seating, but the bar back is modern. The rooms are linked by a Norfolk pamment corridor and entrance lobby. The two-part dining room with its red quarry tile floor was only brought into pub use fairly recently. Outside gents'.
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