Cheap Hotels in Fakenham
Holly Lodge offers accommodation in Thursford, in north Norfolk. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. The property offers stylish rooms with historic farmhouse features, such as beams and exposed bricks. The rooms have a private bathroom with free toiletries. Some rooms have a seating area for your convenience. Guests will have access to the communal living area in front of the conservatory and a garden. Norwich is 36 km from Holly Lodge, while Kings Lynn is 40 km from the property. It is 16 km to Holkham beach. The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport, 32 km from Holly Lodge.
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Hotels in Fakenham
An attractive Norfolk market town, Fakenham has been a settlement for at least 900 years and was once renowned for its successful printing industry. Today, the town is a great base for exploring Norfolk's unspoilt countryside and endless miles of sandy beaches, and is home to an historic racecourse.
Fakenham is a short drive from the picturesque port of Wells-next-the-Sea, which is known for its enormous harbour and features many charismatic Georgian houses. The town is also a short distance from the fine seaside resort of Cromer, which contains many impressive Victorian buildings and quaint fishermens' cottages, and has been nicknamed the 'Gem of the Norfolk Coast'.
A beloved family themed museum, performance venue and fairground, Thursford is revered for its special steam engine collection, which is the largest in the world. The venue also organises the biggest Christmas show in Britain, where dozens of professional musicians, singers and dancers take to the stage for a world-class three-hour performance, many of which are West End performers. Thursford is also a luxury wedding venue, and welcomes more than five million visitors each year, which means it's one of the leading tourist attractions in East Anglia.
The Fakenham Museum of Gas and Local History
Learn about the history of North Sea natural gas, which has, for many years been a vital energy source for millions of people in Britain, at the Fakenham Museum of Gas and Local History. Here, you can also learn about the natural gas industry that supported countless numbers of local families for more than 150 years, as well as the role of the printing industry in Fakenham's growth.
For some delightful European cuisine, you can dine at the D'Inacios Brasserie, or try the Drifters restaurant for some mouthwatering British food. The Ordnance Arms restaurant, meanwhile, specialises in fabulous Thai-themed recipes, while the Dukes Head Tham's Restaurant & Bar is the place to be if you're a big fan of vibrant Chinese, Malaysian and other Asian dishes.
Where to stay in Fakenham
Popular Fakenham hotels include the affordable, hospiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION Bay Tree Cottage Bed and Breakfast, the value-for-money, homely Erika's Bed and Breakfast, and the historic, elegantly presented Sculthorpe Mill Hotel.
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