The Boot, Dullingham - pub details
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|Excellent village local in the old school (as in beer first, food second). Tried the Adnams Spiced ( a Winter brew) and Elgoods Christmas ale, both of which were on form. A rarity among village locals in that beer is it's raison d'etre. A little bit of a trek from the station but when you reach the Kings Head you turn right.... it's unlikely you will drop in to the Kings Head as it doesn't sem to open much.|
Snarling_Mallard - 28 Dec 2010 00:39
|Small rural pub, good beers, friendly.|
mym - 12 Sep 2010 00:17
|Having escaped from the dreadful Marquis of Granby at nearby Stetchworth we ventured into The Boot and ordered a much needed round of drinks and two hot beef sandwiches. Problem: total cash in hand of seven quid for a bill of ten! No problem declared the admirable Mr McConnell, mine host - pay me when you nexrt come in! Typical of this fine unpretentious village pub with excellent real ales, superb hot beef baps and a very trusting and understanding LL. |
adamlines - 15 Aug 2009 14:25
|Great pub that continues to uphold all old pub traditions. Brilliantly kept beers with an ever changing guest. A real must for the beer lover. Oh and dont miss the beer festivals they are something else!!|
polly1 - 29 Jul 2009 18:23
|A classic village pub with a cheerful atmosphere. As well as the usual Adnams there was also Celtic Queen on draught the day we called in. It is a Norfolk beer, from the Iceni Brewery - a good refreshing summer brew.|
Friendly landlady could only offer "Hot beef rolls" as lunchtime snacks, but they were delicious with horseradish sauce and very inexpensive. The regulars were cheerfully discussing the prospects for that afternoon's Grand National at Aintree, while their dogs roamed about being friendly with anyone prepared to pat them. These local pubs are a threatened institution (my own village had about 8 when we moved in almost 40 years ago - now there are only 3 still open and one of these is about to close). Places like The Boot deserve support from visitors as well as their own community.
wuzatar - 7 Apr 2009 12:06
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