The Globe

A Hotel in Kings Lynn, Norfolk

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Tuesday Market Place
Kings Lynn
PE30 1EZ

The Globe, Kings Lynn

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Combining the traditional with the new, JD Wetherspoon has achieved this with the centuries old Globe Hotel in Kings Lynn offering comfort and value for money in both our hotel, and our bar. A historic Georgian coaching inn situated in the heart of Old Kings Lynn, The Globe Hotel offers the best aspects of a modern hotel and bar. Music is played in the bar until late on a Friday, Saturday and Monday night giving the lively atmosphere of Lloyds No1.

If you prefer a quieter room, which are available, please specify this at the time of booking. This combined with the rich history of an ancient naval and market town. The recently refurbished town centre is just two minutes walk from the hotel with varied shops, new and traditional.Relax in our beautiful gardens and watch the River Great Ouse slide by.

As for entertainment, The Corn Exchange Theatre is situated nearby as is the historic Guildhall. The recently refurbished Majestic Cinema is just five minutes walk from the hotel.Venture out to visit the picturesque Norfolk Coastline with The Royal Sandringham Estate just a fifteen minutes drive away. For sports fans the Arena on the outskirts of the town, is the home of the Kings Lynn Speedway Team.

The Walks is the home of the town football club. A public swimming pool is situated in the centre of town.We have 37 rooms in total, 19 Double rooms, 8 Twin rooms, 6 Single rooms and 3 family rooms. We also have 1 disabled-access room, situated near to the lift.

Why not stay for breakfast? served from 7am to 12pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 12pm Saturday and Sunday Your choice of fresh coffee and tea, juices, cereals, yoghurts, fruits, breakfast baps and Continentalfull English breakfasts all from only £2.69 and freshly cooked to your liking.

From: £49.00


  • Disabled Facilities
  • Cots available
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Lift to all floors

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