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Located in the heart of King's Lynn, this romantic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of St Nicholas' Chapel, True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum and Custom House. Kings ...
The Dukes Head Hotel£43The Dukes Head Hotel£43
Situated in King's Lynn, this holiday park is within 6 miles (10 km) of Adrian Flux Arena, Greyfriars Tower and Military Museum. Lynn Museum and Custom House ...
King's Lynn Caravan & Camping Park£40King's Lynn Caravan & Camping Park£40
Situated in King's Lynn, this bed & breakfast is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Roydon Common National Nature Reserve and within 6 miles (10 km) of Castle Rising and Sandringham ...
The Old Bell Guesthouse£60The Old Bell Guesthouse£60
Located in the heart of King's Lynn, this spa hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Roydon Common National Nature Reserve and Castle Rising. True’s Yard Fisherfolk ...
Best Western Plus Kings Lynn Knights Hill Hotel & Spa£56Best Western Plus Kings Lynn Knights Hill Hotel & Spa£56
Situated in King's Lynn, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Military Museum and Greyfriars Tower. Kings Lynn Minster and Lynn Museum are also within ...
The Beeches Guest House£68The Beeches Guest House£68
King's Lynn is a market town and seaport that boasts some of the best hotels in Norfolk. With a rich history and easy access to the capital city, this coastal town is a real hit with holidaymakers.
King's Lynn is one of the oldest towns in the historic county of Norfolk, meaning that there's plenty on offer for history buffs. The best way to learn about the town's rich past is to take a stroll along the well signposted Maritime Trail. Along the way, you'll learn about the town's important role in European trade, and its history as a fishing port. Hop on the town's small ferry to get a real feeling for this waterside resort.
One thing that attracts visitors to King's Lynn over other towns in Norfolk is the cultural buzz. There are a number of permanent arts venues, spanning galleries and theatres, as well as an annual festival, celebrating numerous fringe events. Attendees can expect everything from music and dance to opera and films. There are also a number of literary festivals on the town's busy calendar.
The north coast of Norfolk is one of the prettiest in the UK, and King's Lynn serves as a convenient base from which to explore. One of the highlights is nearby Hunstanton, which offers spectacular evening sunsets, thanks to its rare western outlook. There are also some excellent links golf along the coast if you just can't stay away from the greens!
As a popular tourist destination, there are plenty of fabulous hotels in King's Lynn. The Dukes Head Hotel is a striking period building located right in the heart of town, close to the busy market. Trading up convenience for a touch of luxury, the Best Western Plus Knights Hill Hotel and Spa offers a chance for total relaxation on the edge of town.