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Red Cat Hotel
Station Road
North Wootton
Kings Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 3QH
(01553) 631 244
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Red Cat Hotel  

The Red Cat is a friendly, traditional country style 3 diamond pub/hotel, built circa 1900 and run by the fourth generation of the Irwin family. Constructed in local carrstone it has a lot to offer. Very much an historic old English feel, it is situated just outside the medieval town of King's Lynn, next to the once old railway station, bordering on the Wash Marshes. The decor inside is amazing, there is a superb oak beam latticed breakfast room overlooking the extensive lawned grounds. The pub is always a popular haunt with local characters who forever have a yarn or two to spin-but don't take them too seriously though. The Red Cat is also a regular venue for keen sporting fraternities and other groups. The single bar is a 'J' shape separated at the tip by a pillar. While space between bar and seating can be narrow, there is plenty of other seating available at the small round tables. Bench seating abounds with the rest made up of stools and chairs - some stools at the bar. On the walls is a collection of various bric a brac and curios from times past, reflecting some of West Norfolk's finest history gone but not forgotten. Well know around the area for its real ales. Food is available from the bar menu at lunch and evenings. The actual mummified Red Cat of the pub name can be seen displayed pride of place in its very own illuminated case on one of the overhead pillars in the main bar, for the ghoulish amazement of all onlookers. There is accommodation here, eight rooms all tastefully decorated and En-suite from single £30, Double £55, Twin Room £58. Quiz nitghts are on Wednesday's every fortnight.


 

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