Norfolk: Two Night Stay For Two With Five Course Meal, Afternoon Tea, and Breakfast for £179 at The Kings Head Hotel (Up to 50% Off)
- Family-run business
- Hotel restaurant uses locally sourced produce where possible
- 15 miles from King’s Lynn railway station
- Dogs allowed
- Five course meal on first night
- Traditional afternoon tea with scones and cream on one day
- Full English breakfast both days
- En-suite double or twin room
- Wi-Fi internet access
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Check in from 3pm, check out by 11am. Additional nights available for a surcharge (enquire on booking). Meal on first night only. Afternoon tea on one day only. Fold-out bed available for children at a £15 surcharge per child. Original price based on hotel rack rates.
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Skirting the Royal Family's estate at Sandringham, the Kings Head Hotel surveys North Norfolk’s undulating landscape from its hushed, country house locale. This county is famed for The Broads; a labyrinthine network of sailable rivers and lakes weaving through 117 square miles of wild, blondish marshland. Elsewhere, the county capital of Norwich punctures the horizon with its lofty Cathedral spire and busy city centre, while in the east, stoic cliffs look silently to sea from some of England’s most renowned and treasured beaches.
Find a port in the storm with today's Groupon at the Kings Head Hotel:
£179 for a two night stay for two at the Kings Head Hotel (Up to 50% off)
Country house break with a five course meal, afternoon tea, and breakfast each morning
Infused with Edwardian grandeur, the Kings Head Hotel mingles its facilities with family-run warmth in an elegant country house setting. Guests can deposit their luggage in an en-suite twin or double room, all of which are individually-styled and sharply kitted out with television and Wi-Fi internet access. Treated to a meal on their first night, epicurean wanderers can breeze through a five course taster menu from head chef Nicholas Parker who utilises locally sourced produce wherever possible. Contemporary delights are dished up alongside traditional classics such as a decidedly English afternoon tea with scones and cream, which guests can tuck into on a day of their choice. With holidaying doggies welcome to stay, pet-loving visitors can go for walkies on one of the many country trails cutting through the hotel’s verdant surroundings, fuelling their appetite for exploration with a full English breakfast each morning.
Setting sail for adventure, wayfarers can traverse the windmill-dotted wilderness of The Broads by barge, rowboat, or even yacht, inspecting its boundless expanses for rarefied wildlife as they go. Closer to the hotel, the famous gardens of the Royal Sandringham Estate invite visitors to wander their 240 hectares of heathland and park, and perhaps catch a glimpse of The Queen as she pops into the manor which has housed British Monarchs since 1862. The echoing cloisters of grand Norwich Cathedral make a peaceful refuge from the bustle of the city, while inside its arched nave is a stirring and formidable sight. Moving away to the land of seagulls and fishes, the Norfolk Coast is recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, traced by chalky glacial debris and home to renowned bird sanctuaries.
Nearby Burnham Market is home to over thirty independent shops, salons and galleries. For high street outlets and a greater selection of foodstuffs, nearby King’s Lynn is the best choice. Boutiquey curios and more haute couture purchases can be made in and around Norwich city centre, where the offbeat Lanes area plays host to a range of independent businesses. King’s Lynn and its surrounding parishes are not short of hearty pubs and eateries, but for a touch of cosmopolitan variation, Norwich is again the choice venue for both nightlife and cuisine.
Trains: Low-cost trips to King’s Lynn available from London Kings Cross, Manchester Oxford Road, and Glasgow Queen Street.
Railway Station: King’s Lynn railway station is roughly 15 miles from the hotel.
Car hire: Choice of operators from the King’s Lynn area.
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Nature lovers can take a trip to nearby Blakeney and do some seal spotting on one of the many guided boat trips.
This family run hotel has received a number of positive reviews from guests who were impressed by the welcoming staff and well-appointed rooms. TripAdvisor users placed The Kings Head within the top 5 hotels in the area, while a score of 8.7/10 was awarded by Booking.com reviewers..
This hotel was perfect for a short break. The hotel was comfortable, luxurious, friendly and relaxing, with excellent food, service and attention to detail. Nothing was too much trouble. The area is varied and was certainly beautiful in our late, mild autumn.
– she493, TripAdvisor, Nov 2011
The staff were exceptionally friendly without being overbearing, the room was well appointed and had a decent hairdryer in it! The breakfast was one of the nicest my husband has had in a while and he has spent a considerable amount of time in hotels. Overall well worth a visit!
– User, Booking.com, Nov 2011