Details of our Accommodation

The town of Kings Lynn

The town of Kings Lynn is a small medieval town with lots of historical buildings which makes it a very popular tourist destination. If shopping is more your thing then it seems everyone finds a shop that they like when doing a spot of ‘retail therapy’. It also has some great places to eat ranging from inexpensive pubs to a la Carte restaurants. So many people have enjoyed their stay that they have returned for a holiday to make the most of Kings Lynn and its surrounding areas.

Great accommodation

Rest and relaxation is such an important part of the course that we make sure ALL our accommodation is of a very good standard. You can relax and watch television in your room (some have a TV room as well if you prefer), make use of your own tea/coffee facilities or access the internet if you have your laptop with you.

With our business expanding, we can now offer you a choice (subject to availability) of places to stay so you can pick the one that will suit you best.

We want you to be happy with your accommodation so we have included a little description of each guesthouse but to find out more click on the title of each to visit their websites.

The Beeches Guesthouse

Our most popular guesthouse situated within easy walking distance to the town centre and local park for relaxing walks. All have private bathrooms, and we only use the en-suite rooms. Hilary and Kelvin are usually on hand should you need any help or advice.

Please note we will always try to book you in at The Beeches unless you request to stay elsewhere.

The Beeches Guesthouse WEBSITE

The Fairlight Lodge

Another very popular choice which is again close to the town and the park but please note there is a £5 per night surcharge for staying here. All rooms are en-suite and there is also a small private car park too!

The Fairlight Lodge WEBSITE

The Grange

This may be further from the town centre but it is a stunning old Edwardian style guesthouse build around 1910 and has a large parking area. It is still close to some pubs and shops for evening meals etc but again there is a £5 per night surcharge to stay here. 

The Grange WEBSITE