The 14th-century tower is all that remains of Panxworth's church, which was torn down in 1981 after standing derelict for many years. The tower was struck by lightning in 2005 but was stabilised to prevent it collapsing. Panxworth Church Road, Panxworth, Norfolk, England
St Helens is a superb 15th-century church known as The Cathedral of the Broads. Visitors can climb the tower for superb views over the surrounding broads. within the church is a 15th-century illuminated liturgical book known as the Ranworth Antiphoner, and perhaps the finest medieval painted screen in England. Woodbastwick Road, Ranworth, Norfolk, England, NR13 6HT
St Andrew's is a 12th-century church set in a leafy churchyard within the grounds of Raveningham Hall, the ancestral home of the Bacon family. The church is full of ornate memorials to the Bacon family, and a superb 1483 brass to Margaret Castyll. Beccles Road, Raveningham, Norfolk, England, NR14 6NR
A late 15th-century chapel built to serve pilgrims travelling to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. The chapel boasts superb Perpendicular fan vaulting, possibly by the same master mason responsible for King's College Chapel in Cambridge. The Walks, London Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
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St Andrew's church probably dates to the 11th century, with a round west tower. Inside the church are a 15th-century octagonal font, remnants of a 16th-century screen, and a 16th-century memorial brass. Church Road, Repps with Bastwick, Norfolk, England, NR29 5JS
All Saints is a pretty thatched church dating to the 14th century. It boasts medieval poppyhead bench ends, a 15th-century screen with its sacring bell still hanging in its original spot, a 16th-century palimpsest brass, and funeral hatchments to generations of the Ward family. Bell Lane (B1140), Salhouse, Norfolk, England, NR13 6RR
The 15th-century church at Salle, Norfolk, is reputed to be the burial place of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife. The church boasts an outstanding angel roof, Perpendicular font with an elaborate wooden cover and hoist system, late medieval misericords, and a wealth of 15th-century carving. The Street, Salle, Norfolk, England, NR10 4SE
A 16th-century church with a 13th-century tower. The interior features a wonderful painted chancel screen and a 15th-century font with carved lion figures. There are outlines of ships carved into the screen and choir stalls. Cross Street, Salthouse, Norfolk, England, NR25 7XQ
St Mary Magdalene church stands a short stroll away from the royal home of Sandringham House, and the royal family attend services when they are in residence. Numerous royals have been christened here. The church dates to the 16th century and boasts an ornate silver pulpit and altar. Sandringham Estate, Norfolk, Norfolk, England, PE35 6EH
A lovely historic church dating back to the late Saxon period. The first church in Saxthorpe was built on a rise over the infant River Bure sometime in the 11th century. That church consisted of only a nave and a small chancel. A surprising amount of the masonry from this Saxon building survives.
Around 8 miles from Spalding The Mansion House Hotel is centrally located on Holbeach High Street within 30 minutes? drive of Boston and Kings Lynn. This Lincolnshire hotel has a restaurant and bar and offers free parking and WiFi.