By Michael Martin On April 10, 2015 · Add Comment · Itteringham

Nice village,

Iteringham, North Norfolk, Broadland, Anglia

I had never really walked around its boundaries or taken time to stop and admire the architecture

Manor House, Pevenser, Iteringham, Norfolk
Manor House

The Manor House gets a mention in Pevenser – An unusual perfect example of the late c17 house. Red brick seven bays and two storeys, or rather six bays and the big doorway. Rather handsome don’t you think?

I also took time to stroll around St Mary the early c14 dated church with peaceful graveyard and cool, no chilled interior, I didn’t hang around to long before strolling back down the lanes admiring cottage gardens an crossing the bridge over the River Bure, crystal clear and moving swiftly, one can imagine there must be some sport to be had from its banks.

Onto the main event; The Walpole Arms a locally renowned gastropub, like so many tagged with that badge has a lot to live up to, its cosy bar with roaring fire were certainly a nice introduction, now to check the menus……

Walpole Arms, Blickling hall, Norfolk
Walpole arms, Itteringham, Near Blickling Hall, Norfolk.


2 thoughts on “Itteringham”

  1. You’re giving us another great taste of Norfolk even without the menu. See what I did there. tee hee. sorry, the AtoZ’s getting to me and you’re the first blog I’ve visited today. Hope you’re enjoying yours.

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