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Cheap Hotels in Kings Lynn

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Beveridge Way, Hardwick Narrow
1.7 Miles from the centre

This modern hotel is located on the outskirts of the historical market town of Kings Lynn. The hotel is situated just a 10 minutes' driving distance away from the city centre. The A10 and A47 roads are located within easy reach. Guests will find themselves within easy driving distance of a number of attractions in the area, including Sandringham, the Norfolk lavender fields and the coastal town of Hunstanton. The Norfolk Broads are just a 1 hour's driving distance away. This modern hotel embodies the essence of charm and style. The guest rooms exude classical elegance. Guests can enjoy the many excellent facilities and services that the hotel has to offer. The restaurant serves an international menu.

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per night from £51
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Tuesday Market Place
0.2 Miles from the centre

Boasting a prime location in the heart of the old town of King's Lynn, overlooking the historic market place, this hotel offers a charming atmosphere in which to escape everyday routine and completely unwind. Guests staying at this luxurious property will find a choice of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues in the surrounding area, as well as different room types to meet all their needs. All the accommodation units have been tastefully decorated and boast hardwood flooring and complimentary Wi-Fi internet connection. Business travellers will appreciate the onsite meeting rooms in different shapes, sizes and settings, ideal for any kind of event.

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per night from £70
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79 Goodwins Road
0.7 Miles from the centre

Fairlight Lodge offers accommodation in Kings Lynn. Rooms include a flat-screen TV. Peterborough is 35 miles from Fairlight Lodge, while Skegness is 54 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport, 41 miles from Fairlight Lodge.

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per night from £85
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South Wootton
3.2 Miles from the centre

Perched on the northern edge of King's Lynn, this wonderful hotel is just 6 km from the vibrant town centre. Set amidst 11 acres of beautiful gardens and grounds, this hotel enjoys a peaceful location, perfect for travellers seeking a truly relaxing break. This former hunting lodge embraces its rich culture and charm, whilst capturing the contemporary conveniences of the present day. Tempting guests with character and personality, the hotel provides elegantly-styled guest rooms for visitors' relaxation and comfort. The guest rooms come complete with modern amenities for the convenience of business and leisure travellers. The hotel provides an extensive selection of leisure, dining and business facilities, ensuring that the needs of even the most discerning travellers are catered to.

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per night from £128
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White Hart Hotel

St James Street
0.3 Miles from the centre

Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and wedding services..

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per night from £55
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The Beeches Guest House Hotel

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Guanock Terrace, 2
0.6 Miles from the centre

This lovely hotel is located in Norwich Area. Guests will enjoy a peaceful and calm stay on the premises, as it counts with a total of 7guests rooms. Those who dislike animals may enjoy their stay, as this accommodation does not allow pets.

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per night from £82
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Hotels in Kings Lynn

The port and market town of King's Lynn in Norfolk is an ideal destination for exploring the wilds and the cultural highlights of the county. It is also a vibrant and beautiful town of cobbled lanes, market squares and harbour views. From King's Lynn hotels you can journey into England's amazing maritime past whilst making the most of now.

History

The rise of King's Lynn as a port was triggered around 1220 when the River Great Ouse was redirected – partly by flood and partly through human intervention – so that it flowed out into the sea here at King's Lynn. From the 14th century onwards it grew in stature as a hub for lucrative imports and exports. The ‘golden age' prosperity of the town is still very evident today through the fascinating selection of heritage sites and majestic old buildings.

The elegant 17th-century Custom House overlooks the harbour and in St Margaret's Lane you will discover the Hanseatic Warehouse, which is the only surviving Hansa building in England and a symbol of the lucrative trade links established with the Hansiatic League right here in the 15th century. Terraces of wonderful old merchants' houses run down towards the river, and there are two magnificent market squares in the shape of Saturday Market Place and Tuesday Market Place, which is widely regarded as one of England's finest.

Activities

Beyond the historical and architectural highlights of the town, West Norfolk beckons. There are miles of beautiful coastline to enjoy and gently rolling countryside. On foot, by bike or in your car there is a wealth of nature reserves, activity centres and attractions to really make your trip memorable.

Why not climb the beautiful restored Bircham Windmill and take in the dramatic views that unfold? Next to the soaring windmill itself there is the original bakery, where delicious bread and cakes are still baked for the tearooms.

At Hunstanton you can learn kite surfing and windsurfing in absolutely ideal conditions. The location is blessed with wide flat beaches, shallow water and prevailing south to south westerly winds.

Whether you've brought your own bikes or fancy hiring some, the Norfolk Coast Cycleway takes you from King's Lynn northwards to Holkham and, if you're keen, all the way to Cromer. Is there a better way to experience the sublime coastline and countryside?

Restaurants and Cafés

There's plenty to savour in and around King's Lynn. As you would expect, sublime local seafood is not hard to find, but there's real variety and some fabulous locations too. The Riverside Restaurant is a fine example. Located in a carefully restored 15th-century warehouse, the restaurant overlooks the winding River Great Ouse and offers freshly prepared treats in a very relaxing environment.

At the very heart of the town on the famous Saturday Market Place is the Market Bistro. Proud to create delicious menus using local sustainable ingredients wherever possible, this welcoming, cosy bistro has earned a coveted place in the prestigious Michelin Guide.

With quaintly traditional décor and atmosphere, Florence Café on St James Street is a hidden gem. Home-cooked lunches, fabulous cakes plus delicious tea coffee and hot chocolate make this a perfect little hideaway to recharge your batteries before exploring more of what the town has to offer.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Kings Lynn

What are the best hotels to stay in Kings Lynn?

The best hotels to stay in Kings Lynn are Best Western Plus Kings Lynn Knights Hill Hotel &, Fairlight Lodge and Dragonfly Hotel Kings Lynn.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Kings Lynn?

Dragonfly Hotel Kings Lynn in Kings Lynn offers one night in a double room at the price of £51.

What hotels are in the central Kings Lynn neighborhood?

The Dukes Head Hotel Kings Lynn, Fairlight Lodge and Dragonfly Hotel Kings Lynn are located in the central neighborhood of Kings Lynn.

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