Palmers Ale House & Kitchen history dates back to the 16th Century. This charming building has had many incarnations and was formally a Coal merchant and a family owned butchers shop called "Frow".
Today traditionally beamed ceilings and a beautifully restored thatched roof combine with the more contemporary features: a glass conservatory with bi-fold doors that open up onto a cosy courtyard.
"Palmers" is now a stunning, newly renovated 16th-century inn that sits perfectly right in the heart of the quaint, picturesque village of Long Sutton, with 7 stylish & comfortable en-suite rooms. Two of which are our luxury rooms with original beams, with views of the market place and St Mary's Church, one is a fully-accessible double room. The others are available as small doubles or twins.
"Palmers" is very popular with business travellers who are looking for a more friendly and convivial place to stay than one of the big chains. The pub is perfectly located for leisure or business breaks in Lincolnshire and the surrounding areas as it sits on the boundaries of three counties: Norfolk, Cambridgeshire & Lincolnshire; with Kings Lynn only 12 miles, Wisbech 9 miles and Spalding 14 miles away. It is also frequently used by people living in and around Long Sutton, who book rooms for friends and family when they are hosting special occasions, in the knowledge that their nearest and dearest will be well looked after.
Friend or stranger, we promise you a warm welcome. We are a privately owned place which means we’re out for perfection on a small scale, fuelled by a passion for good locally sourced food and drink.