A TRADITIONAL COUNTRY INN/ PUBLIC HOUSE

The Olde Windmill Inn, Water End, Great Cressingham, Watton, Norfolk, IP25 6NN


The Olde Windmill Inn Great Cressingham

Telephone:- 01760 756232 / Fax:- 01760 756407

Email: email@oldewindmillinn.co.uk

Key Information

Toilets


Disabled Toilet &

Baby Changing


Television & Music

Food & Drinks

Hygiene

Our toilets will operate a Two in - Two out policy which we kindly ask you adhere to

Both will still be in operation but will have the door closed for use by staff. Sanitised in line with our other facilities

We will no longer be operating any Television. Music will be on quietly and any live performances postponed for the foreseeable future

For information on food and serving times please see the Eat and Drink Page and our Facebook page

The Olde Windmill

The windmill has always maintained strict hygiene standards and as such regular re-cleans and heightened regimes will be in operation

COVID-19 Reopening Information

We would like to thank you for reviewing this information and helping to keep us all safe in this new ‘Normal’. We appreciate the above changes may be very different from our normal accommodating welcome to your friends and loved ones however, We look forward to seeing you and thank you for your commitment to us.  


We will be constantly monitoring and changing policy that may not work or adjust things in the pub, once we know how the new system will work.

Should you have any concerns about your visit to us please do get in touch


For further information and updates please see our Facebook Page:  www.facebook.com/TheOldeWindmillInn


Whilst the windmill is delighted to be reopening, To ensure the safe care of both our staff and customers we please ask that you review the following information before visiting us.


1. Firstly, it is now essential that you book a table prior to arriving at the pub – at this point we will ask you for your name, email address and contact telephone number – please give accurate details as this is required to support the NHS Track and Trace System in the event of a COVID-19 flare up. – These details will be kept for a maximum of 21 days.


If you have not booked we may be able to arrange a table for you, but it is not guaranteed unfortunately and you will still have to provide your details for our records.

*Please do not turn up in large groups as we will have to turn you and your party away including in the beer garden.*


2. On arrival to the pub please enter in via the front door (roadside) where you will be greeted by a host who will confirm your table reservation and will allocate you to your pre-booked table.


3. You cannot stand at the bar any longer and drink socially – you must be seated at an allocated table.


4. Bookings can only be taken up to a maximum of 6 people  - these may only be from a maximum of two households


5. We encourage those of you not from the same household to not sit opposite each other, but side by side.


6. You will have a menu given to you at the table, and your food & drink order will be taken at the table.


7. Payment of bills will occur at your table and we kindly ask that you pay by either card/contactless or apple pay wherever possible – we will not be running credit facilities any longer- all product purchased must be paid for before leaving the premises unless you are a hotel resident.


8. On departure of The Olde Windmill Inn – we would ask that wherever possible you leave via the back door or one of the conservatory doors, so that you maintain your social distance from arriving customers.


9. Throughout the pub will be new sanitiser stations which we kindly ask you to use.


10. The government guidelines still mean that wherever possible the 2 metre social distancing is adhered but may only be dropped to 1 metre when 2 metres is not feasible, so we would ask you to ensure that you maintain physical distancing at all times – where possible.


11. We ask you that you do not come to The Olde Windmill Inn if you have any COVID-19 related symptoms,  or have been in contact with someone that is currently fighting the virus.