The Cellar House

by Nettl of Norwich Central

Nettl of Norwich Central and Wensum Print are pleased to announce the launch of a new website for The Cellar House in Eaton, Norwich.

About the web design process

We were contacted by The Cellar House as they were having a few issues with their website. They were having issues with changing text and images, as well as paying over the odds for their hosting.

We built The Cellar House one of our new budget one page websites for just £299.00 plus vat. We also saved them £20.00 a month on their monthly hosting price.

Nettl of Norwich Central will offer help and training on how to change the website so they will easily be able to do this in the future.

About The Cellar House

“The Cellar House in Eaton, Norwich has always been a welcoming pub with a good local reputation. The charming Grade II Listed building, which dates back to 1840, has plenty of character with exposed beams. an open fire in an inglenook fireplace and the main bar being split into three areas by solid wood pillars.

We are a vibrant, family-friendly pub offering delicious home-cooked food at very reasonable prices, from lunchtime until late into the evening, every day (and breakfast on weekends and Bank Holiday Mondays).

The Cellar House has a well-stocked bar, plenty of inside seating, a great outside patio and a large beer garden with picnic benches and a children’s play area.

Our food is freshly prepared from locally sourced ingredients wherever possible and our menu offers something for everybody.

We offer premium lagers and real ales including frequently changing selection of locally brewed ales, and a large selection of wines by the glass. We’ve also stock Gluten-Free and alcohol free bottled ales and lager.

The Cellar House is in a convenient location with ample car parking just south of Norwich off the A11 Newmarket Road and is only a 10-minute drive from Norwich city centre.

Eaton Village Post Office is housed within The Cellar House (at the end of the bar).

The Cellar House welcomes families, and dogs with well-behaved owners.”