Please note we will be closed from Monday 10th March reopening 6pm Friday 14th March while we carry out essential maintenance work. Thanks for your patience.
Opened October 2011, The Gunton Arms is a traditional pub with 8 bedrooms in an extensive historic park near Cromer in North Norfolk. The chef Stuart Tattersall (ex head chef at Mark Hix) cooks from local ingredients including venison from the surrounding deer park.
Art dealer Ivor Braka bought the Gunton Arms in 2009 and started a major restoration. Robert Kime helped design the bedrooms and interior, Martin Brudnizki the bar and restaurant. Stuart Tattersall and Simone Baker (manager and front of house) both formerly worked at Mark Hix’s restaurants in London: Selfridges, Brown’s Hotel, and Hix Oyster and Chop. They bring with them the Hix ethos of using local, seasonal produce and a style of cooking which is vigorous and ingredient led. The Gunton Arms has its own venison; seafood, mussels and Cromer crab are caught by local fisherman.
Mark Hix has been the inspiration throughout this project and we wish to put on record how much we are indebted to him for his generosity and good advice.