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Stuart House Hotel
Kings Lynn
Norfolk

PE30 5QX | View map
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Close to Royal Sandringham and the Norfolk countryside, in the historic town centre of King’s Lynn, this small, friendly hotel offers well-appointed rooms, an excellent restaurant and a charming bar.

This tranquil, peaceful oasis is hidden away in the very centre of the small medieval town and historic port of Kings Lynn. Surrounded by its own peaceful, restful gardens, the hotel is quiet and secluded, and yet very central, with the town’s bus and rail stations within easy walking distance. The original building dates back to Victorian times, when the house was the private residence of one of the area’s most prominent businessmen. There is ample free parking available for guest’s use and the traditional bar offers a range of drinks, including real ales.
The hotel’s now offers 3 nights for the price of 2 offer, representing great value for money. (Please adjust your dates to see offer).

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