The Horse & Groom Public House at Tunstead is a traditional, dog friendly village Pub serving real Ales and homemade meals.
In rural Norfolk but close to the stunning Norfolk Broads and nearby villages are the villages of Wroxham, Coltishall and North Walsham, we always have a wide selection of real Ales available and serve great value homemade food everyday (not Sunday evenings), with 'daily specials' and themed evenings each week. Where possible we use produce from local producers including the Landladys garden just a few minutes from the pub!
With a warm and friendly welcome you can be sure of a good time here in North Norfolk be it as a visitor to the beautiful Norfolk Broads or joining us for a special celebration.
Please see also our 'Specials' night menus
Our pub is first recorded as a drinking house back in 1790 with William Hewitt as the very first landlord. By 1841 the pub was known as the 'Wilkes Head' eventually becoming the Horse & Groom, the name has been reinstated by current owner Gilly Foulds after a period as The Olive Branch
Tunstead is a relatively small village, yet as with many Norfolk villages our church St Marys is very large in comparison. Built around the 14th century is it well worth a visit. Nearby are the with the well known villages of Wroxham (home of the worlds largest village store..Roys) and Hoveton nestling on the nearby Broads.
A dog walkers haven abounds with everything from a few minute wander to a more lengthy pursuits