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Your Ostrich Host Lisa Mallett



The Ostrich Story

The Ostrich dates to at least 1841. It was once only one of seven inns in the village, and has been a hub for the community ever since. It has been known as both The Ostrich and Plume of Feathers.

The inn is an important part of the South Creake village and one which holds many beloved memories for the local community. The building is an Asset of Community Value and a Grade II listed building, which is continuing the operate as a pub and inn.

The Ostrich Inn opened its doors once again in June 2021, following an extensive refurbishment by Fakenham based luxury builders Grocott & Murfit & its sister company Arcadia Home & Living. 

The building, which has been closed since 2017, had fallen into a sorry state of repair and has been thoughtfully reimagined. The focus was ensuring that tradition is carefully blended with contemporary comfort and style for today’s modern guests.

Having hosted many events and helping mark so many special occasions over the years, the local residents are excited to have The Ostrich Inn reopened on its 180th anniversary year.

Black and white photo of the ostrich inn in the old days