SwaffhamCopyright Martin Pearman

Swaffham for long avoided the glamour of the nearby North Norfolk Coast, a pleasant old market town with some fine pubs, but its recent use as a setting for Kingdom has revealed its qualities to a wider world... Read More

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Hotels in Swaffham - 10 places to stay

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George Hotel

George Hotel

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The Best Western George Hotel, located in Swaffham is a charmingly restored 17th Century coaching inn. With a Georgian facade and a complimentary modern bedroom wing. We are situated in a charming ... More

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The Horse and Groom Hotel

There are eight rooms in total, consisting of twin, single and double rooms. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, brand new en suite bathrooms and all prices include breakfast for two. ... More | visit website
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Strattons Hotel & Restaurant

Strattons Hotel & Restaurant

Strattons is an independent boutique hotel secluded in the historic Market town of Swaffham, offering guests ‘luxury without sacrifice to the environment’.

Owners Vanessa and Les Scott met at Great Yarmouth Art College and began restoring ... More | Double Room: From £150 to £175 | visit website

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Lydney House

Lydney House

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This stunning 18th century Georgian Merchant’s house is set in its own grounds close to the heart of one of Norfolk’s most historic market towns. Built in 1746, Lydney House provides a ... More

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Bull Inn

Bull Inn

The Bull is a traditional coaching Inn dating from the early 17th century, although the foundations date from the mid 1300's making it the second oldest Inn in Norfolk. It was the first or last ... More | visit website

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