The Kings Head-Bawburgh

Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs, Self Catering in Norwich

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The Kings Head-Bawburgh

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This B&B is incredible in so many ways. From the moment you walk in, this family run venue has such a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Located in a gorgeous part of Norfolk, the accommodation options are fantastic. All of the rooms have been individually designed for the utmost comfort of guests and they each have a fascinating name linked to the history of The Kings head. The facilities are excellent and everything is spotlessly clean. With a very cosy atmosphere and bed in each room, you are guaranteed a good night’s sleep in this 4 AA Gold Star accommodation. A big hit with couples, plus foodies love it here too! The Gastro Pub boasts some delicious dishes and has won multiple awards throughout the years, holding 2 AA Rosettes. All of the ingredients are locally sourced and the menu is full of creative dishes. The Norfolk Gin cured salmon and butternut squash ravioli are delicious. Couples also love sharing the Chateaubriand - it is so tasty.

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Contact Us

Harts Lane , Bawburgh,
Norwich, Norfolk , NR9 3LS

01603 744977




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