Welcome to the Lodge at Salhouse, we are a family run pub occupying a charming 19th century vicarage. The pub has recently been renovated, including comfortable bedrooms set in seven acres of countryside garden.
We are fortunate to be surrounded by the picturesque Norfolk Broads, while Salhouse boasts numerous scenic walks for both guests and four-legged friends to enjoy.
The neighbouring village of Wroxham provides plentiful amenities including a department store, local shops and cafes, and is popular with holidaymakers wishing to hire boats - we would all agree that one of the best ways to experience the Broads is on the water!
Norfolk also boasts 90 miles of award-winning coastline, with lots of variety to explore. From sandy beaches and rugged cliffs to salt marshes, there really is a beach for everyone! Here at the Lodge our closest stretch of beach is only a half-hour drive away.
Explore the Area
Recommended attractions, places to visit, and local information in the Broadland area.
Local Walks & Cycle Routes
We are fortunate to have a variety of picturesque walks and cycle routes in the local area. Many of our guests and customers enjoy a walk before visiting us for a meal, drink or overnight stay.
The Bittern Line
A 5.6-mile (9km) circular walk that starts and finishes at Salhouse railway station, and includes Salhouse Broad.
If you would prefer not to be bound to a route, take a look at this map of footpaths that crisscross the village and make your own way.
Horning Cycle Ride
A 16-20 mile ride visiting Wroxham, Salhouse, Ranworth, South Walsham and Ludham. A tour of the villages on either side of the River Bure, this route provides a real taste of Broadland life, from the bustling boating centres of Horning and Wroxham, to the quieter picturesque villages of Woodbastwick and Ranworth.