Glasses were raised to toast the official re-opening of a historic King’s Lynn landmark.

Marriott’s Warehouse on the South Quay is up and running again and welcoming visitors.

The ancient building was being run as the Green Quay before it closed at the end of last summer.

But the trustees were determined to see the building open again.

The building, which dates back to the 1500s has re-opened as a bar and cafe seven months after the former visitor centre was forced to close.

Now business partners Malcolm Catlin and Andrew Hornigold have created 13 jobs and got the catering business up and running.

Trustees, guests and supporters were invited to an official opening of Marriott’s Warehouse which was attended by North West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham.

The business-side of the warehouse will provide an income for the building’s trustees.

Aside from the restaurant and cafe, the warehouse offers space for meetings and lectures on the top floor.

There is also a large lounge overlooking the River Great Ouse and exhibition area.

The Marriott’s Warehouse is open daily from 10am to 11pm.