Tucked away on Bethel Street in the heart of the City Centre, The Coach and Horses is believed to be one of Norwich's oldest pubs, dating back to at least 1712.
Situated in a beautiful listed building, parts of which are thought to date back as far as 1200AD, the pub itself is thought to be 17th century and it really is a beautiful space with its low, beamed ceilings and warm and cosy atmosphere. However, this gorgeous old pub is certainly keeping up with contemporary tastes offering a vast array of craft beers and real ales from a number of local breweries, as well as world tapas made from locally sourced produce.

Anthony and Amy took on the pub in 2016, and have brought together a team of young, vibrant and energetic people who have helped them take this pub forward. They not only work together but also socialise together (see the photo of the convicts after completing a specially designed escape room), and this friendship and camaraderie gives the Coach and Horses and warm welcoming atmosphere from the moment you enter. 

As well as real ales and world tapas, you will also find a good selection of wines and spirits, craft beers, an expansive courtyard garden seating up to 60 people, and even a billiards table (currently out of action due to Covid-19 restrictions.


51 Bethel Street, Norwich, Norfolk. NR2 1NR

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Opening Times:     Monday/Tuesday Closed     Wednesday - Saturday 12-11    Sunday12-9

Food Service:     Monday/Tuesday Closed     Wednesday - Saturday 12-9.30    Sunday 12-8