A coaching inn that has delivered hospitality to weary travellers since the 15th century, the Grade II listed White Lodge reopened in 2016 after a careful (and much needed) renovation programme.
Situated just off the A11 Attleborough roundabout between Norwich and Thetford, The White Lodge originally stood as a coaching inn for travellers and their horses on the commute between Norwich and London.
Under dedicated new ownership (the same as The Cellar House in Eaton and The Old Ram at Tivetshall), and with a top-to-bottom refurbishment, The White Lodge is delighted to be able to offer cask ales and high quality home-cooked food to locals and visitors once again.
The Pub and Restaurant is managed by David Bear, who worked in The Cellar House in Eaton for several years, leading their award-winning Bar Team.
David is supported by his excellent team of front of house staff, including Kat, Kayleigh and Scott.
Chef Shaun Kent (formerly at The Bird in Hand, Wreningham) heads up the kitchen team, which includes brothers Daniel & Kieran Forde, who are supported by Gregg, Grahame, Douglas and Annabel.
The White Lodge is proud to be welcoming to all-comers, including families with children and well-behaved dogs. We welcome larger dining groups and are happy to discuss hire for functions and celebrations.
We have an outside terrace and a large beer garden for al fresco drinking or dining on warmer days.
Ample free parking is available.
01953 799 459
The White Lodge, London Road, Attleborough, Norfolk, NR17 1AY