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Self-Catering in Kings Lynn

MJB Kings Lynn Apartments 78 Norfolk Street, Kings Lynn, Norfolk

MJB Kings Lynn Apartments 78 Norfolk Street
Kings Lynn
Norfolk

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Norfolk Street is a very busy commercial area in the middle of King's Lynn, and is home to our Contactor's Accomodation. This would be perfect for a need to be in the centre of the busy town but would not be ideal for a romantic break away. The apartment has a double bedroom and a single bedroom with a kitchen and shower room.

King's Lynn is an historic medieval port dating back to the 12th century, situated on the River Great Ouse. In medieval times, the Hanseatic merchants wanted an English base with many warehouses, and chose King's Lynn, where the leagues warehouse can still be seen today. Burnham Thorpe, north of King's Lynn, is the birthplace of England's most celebrated sailor, Admiral Lord Nelson. Families who enjoy sport are well served, Lynnsport is the biggest sporting and leisure complex in East Anglia. The King's Lynn Sports Centre has facilities like a climbing wall, squash courts and a multi-purpose sports hall.

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