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Buckinghamshire Arms
Blickling
Aylsham
Norfolk

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The Buckinghamshire Arms is an old coaching inn set at the gates of the beautiful National Trust propety of Blickling Hall.

The 'Bucks' offers a relaxed and friendly environment in which to enjoy a drink, or a meal, in our bar or restaurant.

There is also a beautiful garden for alfresco eating and drinking in the summer months, and four-poster bedrooms for those who wish to stay a little longer!

Whether you're looking for a wonderful weekend away in Blickling, seeking to put up guests locally, or in Norfolk on business, our rates and packages offer excellent value.

We're certain you'll love the experience of staying in our Inn. The staff are genuine, friendly and accomodating and the rooms are delightful. Whether you enjoy meeting locals in the bar, or prefer the peace and tranquility of being in the middle of the countryside, we're confident you'll want to return time and time again.

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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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Evening Meal Provided
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Building of Historic Interest
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Garden

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