The Dabbling Duck

A Restaurant with rooms in Great Massingham, Norfolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

11 Abbey Road
Great Massingham
PE32 2HN

The Dabbling Duck, Great Massingham
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Accommodation Description:

The Dabbling Duck has 8 guest bedrooms. Three of which are on the ground floor accessed outside the main building. All are tastefully decorated and furnished to high specification making the Dabbling Duck an ideal base for an unforgettable stay in one of the prettiest and unspoilt parts of Norfolk.

Three garden doubles which have been added are a short walk from the main house to the barns in the garden they are super king doubles. All rooms are en suite with bath or power shower and are equipped with flat screen TVs, tea making facilities, hairdryers, toiletries, and soft white towels. The Adjutant's room is also pet friendly.

The communal hallway houses a well-stocked library for guests to while away the hours and a comfy leather sofa for relaxing after long country walks! We offer very competitive rates for corporate users on request. The Dabbling Duck pub was opened in 2006 as the result of a tireless community action group and a far-sighted local authority's 6 year campaign to prevent the beautiful old building (previously the Rose and Crown pub) from being converted into housing. The Dabbling Duck is based in Great Massingham, one of Norfolk's most attractive villages and located approximately 40 miles west of Norwich and 13 miles east of King's Lynn.

It has one of the most impressive greens in the country with several large ponds (home to the dabbling ducks!) which were originally fish ponds for an 11th century Augustinian Abbey. New for 2018 is three bedroom holiday cottage next door to the pub overlooking the village green call us for more information

4 star rating

From: £85.00

Room Facilities
Colour television
Pets allowed
Alarm clock
Adjoining rooms
Tea and coffee making facilities
Family/oversized room

Laundry facilities
Wedding services
Non-smoking (throughout)

Off-site parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms

Dining Facilities
Since opening we have become well renowned throughout Norfolk for our delicious seasonal menus which are inspired and created with locally sourced produce of the highest quality. We have three distinct seating areas in the pub including a large room situated towards the rear of the pub that can also be hired for functions

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's play area
Children's menu

Pet Policy

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