Just been for a bit of a mini-break to visit fellow Kirks. @skirk's new pub and campsite, The Queens Head in Foulsham. It's a fabulous pub in the middle of a quiet village in North Norfolk, about 15 miles from the sea. It's not difficult to find, as it's right in the middle of the village, on the High Street. The campsite is around the back, with plenty of room for old, smelly, oil-dropping VWs. There's hook-up too, for those of us who still need hot and cold running electricity. We made ourselves at home and then headed for the bar. The pub is great - Saon has real ales on tap, including guest ales. There is also prosecco, so @Mrs Majorhangover, you'll be OK. The pub has a really welcoming feel, and the food is FABULOUS. We were there on Wednesday, which is Pie Night, and I can highly recommend the Steak and Ale pie. I'd love to stay longer, if only to work my way through the menu. I spotted someone else's order of Eton Mess for desert, and regretted not ordering one. It's location makes it a good base to explore North Norfolk. Showers are coming soon, which would make it absolutely perfect. A great pub and campsite, owned by fellow dubbers (I counted 4 VWs, including the Jurgens and a T3 single cab). Highly recommended.