Knights Hill Hotel

A Hotel in Kings Lynn, Norfolk

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South Wooton
Kings Lynn
PE30 3HQ

Knights Hill Hotel, Kings Lynn

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Originally a traditional Norfolk farm, many of the buildings retain their distinctive character. Set in its own grounds with extensive gardens, this non-smoking hotel has a choice of dining in the restaurant and country pub. The hotel has its own indoor pool, health club luxury spa and tennis courts.

it is ideally suited for the Norfolk coast and Sandringham.

3 star rating

From: £37.50

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