Refurbished January 2022. Art deco Nautical theme.
‘IMPORTANT COVID SAFETY POLICY NOTICE’
‘Sheringham is a beautiful destination and as such is attracting a high number of very welcome visitors. We have reviewed the forthcoming government recommendations and due to the possibility of high increased volumes of covid infections, we will be independently continuing to trade successfully with most of the current restrictions in place.. We will review this on a daily basis but the aim is to continue to protect our customers and staff.’
All staff will carry out a flow test prior to leaving home for work and continued on site daily health disclosure.
Masks will still be required when standing or using public areas inside the pub unless exempt.
Check-in will still be required.
Temperature checks will still be required.
Cleaning regimes will continue to be carried out.
Table service will now be the permanent ‘norm’ with great service as usual.
The one way system will be removed.
Social distancing and table number restrictions will no longer required.
Please continue to visit us and enjoy the great food, drinks and fantastic hospitality safely.
Thank you for your support!!
The Two Lifeboats was originally a coffee shop and Fisherman’s Mission circa 1720.
The public house is named after the Augusta & Duncan lifeboats that rescued a crew of eight from the wreck of the Norwegian brig Caroline on December 6th 1882.
Steeped in history and fully refurbished to a very high standard we opened to the public in June 2012.
Offering not only high standards of surroundings, we pride ourselves on providing a quality affordable family offer.
Bookings can be made by calling us, using Facebook or email to the address below
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Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 21:00