Welcome to The Three swallows
Overlooking the picturesque green, this pub is full of character, featuring two blazing fires, during the cold winter months. There is also a converted barn annex with four bedrooms and full En-Suite facilities.
We serve traditional Pub Fayre daily all prepared freshly onsite by our dedicated chefs.
Last updated: 25 Jan 2016
Website Operator: Brian William Pennington ( “we” or “us” or “our”).
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We offer traditional pub fayre with classics such as Lasagne, Burgers, fish, steaks and pies.
Our Menu is all prepared fresh on site each day using local suppliers.
Wherry, Adnams Southwold, Abbot Ale, Adnams Ghostship, Carlsberg, East coast IPA, Aspalls, 1664, Guinness, Amstel
Meal offers run from Nov to Feb (end) only.
4 En-Suite Double rooms, each room has its own T.V, Hair drier, ironing board and
Tea and Coffee facilities. All our rooms have recently been refurbished.
Out of season: Rooms from £50pn B&B
During high season: Rooms from £75pn B&B
Cley, with its long history, was once described as “a small town and port” with “sailing packets to London and Hull once a fortnight” but its importance declined when reclamation of the coastal marshes began in the seventeenth century. The river Glaven, originally tidal, is now a slow flowing river never more than 20 feet wide and largely silted up.
The sea three quarters of a mile away is kept at bay by a high shingle bank and the area between the village and sea is an expanse of part salt, part fresh marshland, with its unique bird and plant life. Cley was the first Nature reserve in the country, starting a national movement of forty seven Wildlife Trusts and over 2,000 nature reserves.
The Three Swallows,
Cley next the sea,
Norfolk, NR25 7TT