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Bed and Breakfasts in King's Lynn
King's Lynn is a market town and port that lies along the River Great Ouse, some 100 miles north of London. From as early as the 12th century, the town was an important strategic port. It's dotted with handsome merchants' houses and boasts one of the grandest squares in the country. It doesn't matter whether you are coming to town on a romantic little break or bringing the family on a historic weekend getaway, you'll always find things to do. Go walking in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims, explore King's Lynn's maritime past, or go hiking in The Wash National Nature Reserve, just a stone's throw away. If you've scored a King's Lynn bed and breakfast near the centre, you'll be within walking distance of a superb mix of shopping and entertainment.
- Stay along the riverfront without the sky-high price tag
- Wake up to views over historic monuments
- Stay in a stylish boutique guestroom
- Fuel up on a proper breakfast every morning
Country Cottages and Boutique B&Bs, King's Lynn
While the town has its fair share of hotels, nothing beats the homely atmosphere and friendly welcome at one of the King's Lynn bed and breakfasts. Many are run by owners who have grown up in the area and are always happy to help you plan your weekend break. You're spoilt for choice when it comes to places to stay. Some are housed in old 19th-century cottages, that have just a limited number of guestrooms. Others have renovated in recent years and offer boutique accommodation that gives even hotels a run for their money. Of course, if you'd rather save your cash for the attractions and restaurants, you could always opt for one of the budget properties, which offer much for than you'd expect for the money. Whatever you are looking for, you can find your perfect match on Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos. All you need to do is filter the results by date, budget and location, then book in just a few clicks. Simple.
Guestrooms come in all shapes and sizes, but you can expect them to come with all the modern conveniences you might find in a hotel, like a kettle for making hot drinks, a flat-screen TV on the wall and complimentary WiFi. Some may have private bathrooms stocked with toiletries, while others have large, shared facilities. If you're looking to bring the kids away, you could opt for one of the family-sized rooms. Alternatively, you don't need to leave your dogs behind if you pick one of the pet-friendly bed and breakfasts in King's Lynn. Come daybreak, you can head downstairs to fuel up on breakfast, with options typically including a full-English breakfast or lighter bites, like fruit and cereal. If King's Lynn doesn't sound right for your weekend away, why not try a few nights in the capital? The activities in London alone will be enough to keep you busy!
Step Back in Time Near Your B&B, King's Lynn
Whatever you're interested in, you can always find something to do near your King's Lynn bed and breakfast. A good place to start is the Art Centre, which is housed in the 15th-century Guildhall of Saint George – that was once a theatre and is rumoured to have hosted Shakespeare. Then there's the Corn Exchange, which was converted into a theatre in the 1990s. Keep an eye out on their website for a packed schedule of musicals, ballet and concerts. If you have some time, Custom House makes for an interesting afternoon and houses exhibits on King's Lynn's history, or there's Green Quay, which has interactive workshops for all ages. You could finish the day in one of the museums, like True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum, which explores the town's fishing heritage, or Lynn Museum, which houses a unique collection of historical artefacts.