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The Old Rectory in King's Lynn, west Norfolk.

Old Rectory

33 Goodwins Road, King's Lynn

Enjoy the peaceful relaxing ambience of this elegant former rectory. Quietly situated a short walk through the park to the centre of King's Lynn.

Quality en-suite accommodation, excellent standards of service and facilities throughout LCD TV’s, tea and coffee making facilities, and toiletries. The Old Rectory provides free wireless Broadband access. Guests have freedom of access at all times and we provide off street parking with security lighting and secure storage for cycles. The Old Rectory is non-smoking throughout but guests are welcome to use the delightful terrace and garden areas.

Secure cycle storage.


Prices from £70 per person per night for bed & breakfast


  • Building of historical interest
  • Garden
  • Euros accepted
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Pony trekking/horse-riding
  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • Lounge for residents' use
  • Telephone (public)
  • Television available
  • Totally non-smoking
  • WiFi or internet access
  • Children welcome
  • Special diets available
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio
  • Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Ironing facilities
  • Private parking


Old Rectory,
33 Goodwins Road,
King's Lynn,
PE30 5QX


By Road:
From A10/A47. At large roundabout with fly-over follow signs to town centre. At next roundabout take last exit into Vancouver Avenue. At mini-roundabout turn left. Old Rectory is on right behind post box.

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