The Hill House Inn at Happisburgh is a traditional English country Pub with a Dining Room and Brewery. The pub kitchen showcases a menu of seasonal ingredients, locally sourced meats and freshly caught fish alongside traditional bar snacks and pub grub. Vegetarians, allergens & dietary needs all catered for.
On tap are quality ales & beers, some brewed onsite at our Dancing Men Brewery. We have a selection of wines, hot drinks and non alcoholic beverages.
Meals can be eaten inside the dining room or by our open fire in the bar area. Weather permitting there’s outside seating at the front of the pub or in the leafy beer gardens to the rear.
We are a family friendly pub and have a selection of toys and games, menu choices and seating for little ones. Dogs welcome through out the year inside the bar area and beer garden, but we request no dogs in the dining room please.
The Hill House Inn history; in 1905 the Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle took a sabbatical at The Hill House where the idea for ‘The Adventure of the Dancing Men’ formed. Legend has it the idea arose from the son of the landlord who had created a code in which he communicated with his parents through stick men illustrations.