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The Farmhouse at Fincham

Lynn Road, King’s Lynn

Located in the village of Fincham, The Farmhouse at Fincham offers free WiFi access and free on-site parking. This unique barn complex is set in the Norfolk countryside.

Located in the village of Fincham, The Farmhouse at Fincham offers free WiFi access and free on-site parking. This unique barn complex is set in the Norfolk countryside.

The accommodation includes a flat-screen TV, seating and free WiFi. All rooms are en-suite with a shower. The accommodation has a nice countryside outlook with green spaces and trees.  The hotel is pet friendly and offers complimentary continental breakfast Monday to Friday, and Full English Breakfast Saturday and Sunday, charged at £10.95 per person.

The hotel offers lunch in the Haylot Bar and Resturant Monday to Satuday 12.00 - 14.30 and Sunday 12.00 till 1500,  Dinner avialbe Monday to Saturday 17.30 till 20.30

The property is located 4 miles from RAF Marham, 7 Miles from Downham Market, 12 miles from Kings Lynn and 9 miles from Swaffham,

Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi or internet access
  • Free Parking on Site

Location

The Farmhouse at Fincham,
Lynn Road,
King’s Lynn,
Norfolk,
PE33 9HE

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