- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 6
- Approximate Pricing: £33 - £35 P.P.P.N.
family, twin or double plus s/c family annexe
Our comfortable rooms are suitable for singles, couples and groups and we are happy to adapt the accommodation to suit. We also have a s/c one-bed annexe - details on request.
Our rooms are either en suite or offer private facilities.
The rooms are equipped with:
Television (some with DVD)
Tea and coffee making facilities
Free wi-fi .
Microwave and fridge available on request as are iron, ironing board and hairdryer.
Full English Breakfast featuring local produce (or something lighter if you prefer).
Well behaved pets by arrangement.
Our accommodation can meet a variety of guest needs including our separate family annexe for those who wish to self-cater. We tend not to use the booking calendar as it may not accurately reflect availability. Please e-mail or phone to discuss your requirements.
Parking is generally available alongside Wensum House in Back Street, a no-through road.
Our self contained annexe has its own front door and small courtyard - suitable for couples or small family groups (pets by arrangement). Bedroom with 5' double bed plus dressing room which can accommodate a single bed/futon/cot. Kitchen plus living/dining area, bathroom, downstairs WC. POA.
The market town of Fakenham is centrally located for your visit to North Norfolk with its picturesque villages of flint and carrstone buildings, its wild and beautiful beaches, and wide open skies. Wells next the Sea, Cley, The Burnhams, the charming Georgian town of Holt, and Sherringham with its Poppy Line steam engines, are all an easy drive and the Thursford Collection and Christmas Spectacular are only 5 miles away. There is plenty to do in the area - fish on the River Wensum, walk along the Coastal Path, or visit some of the many stately homes open to the public. North Norfolk is a birdwatcher's paradise and Pensthorpe (as seen on BBC Springwatch) and Sculthorpe Hawk & Owl Trust are just up the road. Fakenham itself has a busy Thursday market and auction, a Racecourse with regular meetings in the winter months (even Camel Racing!) and a 9-hole golf course and driving range. Once a month, a Farmers' Market is held in the main square, and every so often, a French market comes to town.
Ask the owner, Susan Mackintosh-Kirk a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.