The Marsh Harrier
158 Ipswich Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR4 6DX 01603 507513
We’ve got everything you need from a country pub near you.
The Marsh Harrier was originally known as The King of Prussia in 1840, when it was a small cafe with tea garden. The building was later run as an inn until war broke out in 1914 when its name was changed to the George IV. After a £1m refurbishment we changed our name to The Marsh Harrier to reflect our rural surroundings and proximity to the River Yare.
Our menus are full of hearty favourites and country pub classics, including our steak & mushroom pie and beer-battered fish and chips. Why not try some of our new seasonal dishes like Asparagus & ricotta ravioli or Roasted Salmon with vine tomatoes & pesto.
We look forward to welcoming you, and we’ll ready with a well-stocked bar, including cask ales, lager, fine wines, British gin and soft drinks to suit every taste — which will taste all the better when enjoyed in our beautiful and picturesque gardens.
Our appealing country inn on the outskirts of Norwich, close to the picturesque River Yare, is a great stop for walkers. Our pub is warm and welcoming, and this area is a tranquil and attractive haven.
There’s more to The Marsh Harrier than just great food and drink.
Did you know that if you’re a CAMRA member you can enjoy 20p off any pint of cask ale?
And we’re always looking for new people to join our Vintage family - check out our jobs page for the latest vacancies.
The Marsh Harrier is a dog friendly pub in Norwich.
We welcome four legged friends and have water and treats available
to ensure they're as comfortable as you are during your visit!
Dogs are allowed in the bar area of our pub, as this is the most friendly environment
for you and your four-legged friends to feel relaxed, safe, and happy at all times during your visit.
Call The Marsh Harrier on: 01603 507513
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In some places, we've temporarily reduced our opening hours, and some of the hours shown may not be accurate. Please call us before you visit if you need more information, or head to the Vintage Inns Facebook page.