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Woodbury Guest Bungalow
Adastral Place
Swaffham
Norfolk

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Swaffham Lodge is a Three Star staff managed bungalow providing 24 hour check-in/out, with a choice of rooms. Swaffham Lodge is located just off the A47 in Norfolk, close to RAF Marham and five minute’s walk from the town centre of Swaffham, This historic Georgian market town is situated in The Brecks which may soon be National Park. Swaffham Lodge is the perfect place to stay whether you're in the area on business or you just want to enjoy a few days away from it all. The town has a range of independent shops, you'll find a bustling Saturday Market with an Auction, a variety of cafes, restaurants and charming country pubs in the surrounding villages too. Many of these serve food. Explore the surrounding Norfolk countryside, where you’ll find Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, the Queens Sandringham Estate, the Mid-Norfolk Railway, Thetford forest walks on the Peddars way national hiking trail, Oxburgh Hall, The Holy shrines at Walsingham and Narborough fishing lake. We're also ideally located for anybody attending the National Construction College at Bircham Newton.

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