Things to see and do - King's Lynn
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King's Lynn stands at the mouth of the Wash on the River Ouse, and was founded after the Norman Conquest (1066). Its two main squares, Saturday Market and Tuesday Market, were laid out in the Norman period. In the Middle Ages, the town was a bustling port and member of the Hanseatic League, exporting cloth and wool. In the 13C, King's Lynn was protected by ramparts, vestiges of which can be seen in Wyatt Street.
Tourist attractions King's Lynn : Things to see and do
King's Lynn GB - Houghton Hall PE31 6UE
Houghton Hall was built between 1722 and 1735 for Sir Robert Walpole, Britain's first Prime Minister. Its main rooms are the work of William Kent; look out for the wonderful ceilings and Kent furniture. Admire the Sèvres porcelain which adorns the Ma..
near Swaffham GB - Gooderstone PE33 9PS
Built in 1492, it was one of the first fortified manor houses to be built as a status symbol. Its 15C gatehouse is flanked by wings of the same period. The rooms are more recent (19C). The Needlework Room features embroideries made by Mary Queen of S..
Saturday Market Place GB - King's Lynn PE30 5DQ
The old town hall with its chequered decoration (1421) no houses the Tourist Office and this museum. A guided tour leads through the old police station (small cells and terrifying instruments of torture) then through the badge room, where the town ch..
Hotels King's Lynn
Grimston GB - Grimston PE32 1AH
Nestled within the beautiful Norfolk countryside, Congham Hall is a privately owned Georgian manor house situated 20 minutes' drive from the sandy beaches of the North Norfolk coast. A variety of market towns, nature reserves and the Queen's Sandring..
35 Goodwins Rd GB - Kings Lynn PE30 5QX
Prix Prices from : 69 £
Situated in the centre of King’s Lynn, 15 minutes’ drive from Sandringham, Stuart House Hotel offers free parking and a traditional bar. There is also a pretty garden and popular restaurant. Dating from Victorian times, the cosy rooms at Stuart Hous..
Beveridge Way, Hardwick Narrow GB - Kings Lynn PE30 4NB
This modern hotel is located on the outskirts of the historical market town of Kings Lynn, just 10 minutes from the city centre. It offers free WiFi and free parking, and the A10 and A47 roads are within easy reach. The Dragonfly Hotel King's Lynn i..
Restaurants King's Lynn
11 Saturday Market Pl GB - King's Lynn PE30 5DQ
17C beams and a fireplace remain but this relaxed bistro is more up-to-date than its exterior suggests. Fresh, unfussy cooking uses passionately sourced local produce and modern techniques. The chef's wife looks after the service.
Old Church Rd GB - Snettisham PE31 7LX
14C pub featuring a warren of rooms with uneven floors and low beamed ceilings. Gutsy cooking uses locally sourced produce, with globally influenced dishes alongside trusty pub classics. Impressive children's adventure fort. Modern bedrooms are decor..
GB - Titchwell PE31 8BB
This appealing hotel restaurant provides plenty of choice. The trendy 'Eating Rooms' area offers a menu of comfort food and sea views from the terrace. The smart 'Conservatory' offers the same, alongside a more ambitious modern menu.
Lynn Rd. GB - Grimston PE32 1AH
Start with a drink in the elegant hotel bar, then head for the spacious dining room with its super terrace and garden views. Appealing menus have something to please everyone, from good old classics to more modern fare.
King's Staithe Sq GB - King's Lynn PE30 1RD
Burnham Rd GB - Stanhoe PE31 8QD
Local ales and bar bites like scotch quail's egg in the buzzy, slate-floored bar. Three dining rooms with a rustic, relaxed feel for open sandwiches, fresh fish dishes and thick, juicy local steaks. Fairy lights and ducks in the picket fence fringed ..