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The Roman Camp Inn, Holt Road, Aylmerton, North Norfolk, NR11 8QD

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A Fine, Old Fashioned Rural Inn with a Friendly Atmosphere.

"The grounds to Roman Camp are also very pleasant and Im sure sitting out at the back enjoying a few drinks would be a favorite for summer evenings." Happy Guest, Melton Mowbray.

From first-time visitors, to those who return to us each year since our earliest days, all discover a welcome difference at The Roman Camp Inn.


our lounge and fireplace
Enjoy a drink in our relaxing lounge area.


Just some of the birds that are regularly seen here:
Arctic Terns Honey Buzzards
Avocets Little Gulls
Bearded Tits Marsh Harriers
Bitterns Montagu's Harriers
Black-headed Gulls Night jars
Chats Owls
Common Scoters Sandwich Terns
Common Terns Sparrowhawks
Curlews Stone Curlews
Eiders Thrushes
Finches Warblers
Flycatchers Wildfowl
Golden Plovers Willow Warblers
Greenshanks Woodlarks
Grey Herons  

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Functions at The Roman Camp Inn North Norfolk Hotel Bed and Breakfast

Visualise a wedding party; guests stroll under the pergola with a glass of champagne, the bride is photographed against a background of roses...

Conference Room

Conference and private meeting facilities are also available in our 'Room with a view' which has panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Wi Fi is available.

Whether your interests are in; walking, sightseeing, golf, horse riding, bird watching, fishing, cycling or just eating fine food, sleeping and sitting quietly relaxing with a drink, you will be entertained and accommodated here! Room With a View Restaurant

Group visits may enjoy the various activities around The Inn:

The North Norfolk Railway
Enjoy a 10.5 mile round trip on an historic steam train (vintage diesel trains on some journeys), around our area of outstanding beauty. The railway's headquarters is in Sheringham, just 2 miles from our door. At Sheringham station there is a museum signal box, children's activity coach, souvenir shop and a buffet, as well as an attractive booking hall and a ladies' waiting room. The station is ideally situated for you to take a stroll through the town and walk along the promenade before joining your train.

To read more about The North Norfolk Railway, click here

Sheringham Park
A spectacular landscape park and woodland garden. One of the finest examples of Humphry Repton's design legacy, sporting fabulous displays of rhododendrons and azaleas, mature woodlands, with rare trees and shrubs, and a Gazebo and viewing towers with fantastic coastal vistas. This park includes miles of scenic countryside paths for you to explore.

To read more about Sheringham Park, click here

Real Ale at The Roman Camp Inn
We promote and provide cask conditioned beers (commonly referred to as 'real ale'), allied to traditional British breweries and pubs, particularly local ales. We serve a fine seasonal selection of real ales throughout the year.

Bird Watching
Norfolk is perhaps the best area in Britain for all-year-round birdwatching. More than 400 species have been recorded in the county. There are birds to be seen at any time of year with wildfowl and wintering raptors in the winter months and scarce breeding birds in the Summer. Because most of the coast faces North, every Spring, scarce and rare birds are found in Norfolk. Every Autumn scarce birds are recorded in good numbers and rare birds regularly found.

The Roman Camp Inn is situated in the heavily wooded Holt-Cromer ridge, which is age-old birdwatching territory. Nearby is The Sheringham Bird Observatory which recording area lies just west of us. Also close are the marshes at Salthouse and Cley, Blakeney Point, Kelling Heath and Salthouse Heath which all boast a rare variety of species.

Sheringham Golf Club is set on the cliffs in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a challenging course for all golfers at all times of the year and has been the venue for 3 English Ladies' Championships. The course celebrated its centenary in 1991 and the view from the 5th tee is one of the most memorable in golf!

Royal Cromer Golf Club stands some 320 feet above Cromer's beautiful sandy beaches and is backed by a varied and pleasant hinterland of rolling wooded and bracken covered hills.

To read more about Sheringham Golf Club, click here

To read more about The Royal Cromer Golf Club, click here

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