Tudor Rose

Address: St. Nicholas Place, King's Lynn, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, PE30 1LR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on St. Nicholas Place, King's Lynn, is near Sandringham House, Castle Rising, and Queenies.
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        Travel Blogs from King's Lynn

        Drive South to Norfolk

        A travel blog entry by danielprescott on Oct 11, 2015

        8 photos

        Today we drove to Norfolk and on the way we stopped to see the Angel of The North sculpture on the way out of Newcastle.

        On the way we also saw the last flying Vulcan which was on a final tour around the country. We stopped in King's Lynn and had a look around.


        Flight to San Francisco

        A travel blog entry by allynbev on Oct 08, 2015

        3 comments, 2 photos

        ... upgrade to a BMW X3 with onboard sat nav.
        Set course for Tracy but now it was rush hour leaving SF, so a 65 mile journey took 2.5 hrs. Worse was to come as we couldn't find the hotel in Tracy, eventually we arrived after at least an hour of searching, it was on a mall behind other shops, Bev was not impressed, but with a nice room and a good nights sleep, we should be set up for the drive to Yosemite ...

        Holt, Blakeney and Binham Priory

        A travel blog entry by gotte on Sep 28, 2015

        5 photos

        Lovely day again, this time a look around North Norfolk coast starting with a coffee in Holt, one of our favourite villages. (Actually Adrian and I indulged in hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows). A mix of flint and brickwork is used in North Norfolk buildings. The flint can be left whole and round and broken in half and the smoother side faces out. It's quite pretty when well done and you can see from the state ...


        A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 17, 2015

        14 photos

        Oliver Cromwell inherited this house along with the title 'Farmer of the Tithes' (translation = local tax collector) and spent 10 years living in Ely. The house is still here, now serving as both the Ely Information Centre and a Museum to Oliver Cromwell. The Museum opens at 10am, so we settled for a later breakfast, again at The Lamb and headed off. We were unable to leave our luggage downstairs as no-one was in ...


        A travel blog entry by m8man on May 05, 2014

        88 photos

        A great family day out! 500 exhibits comprising of vintage tractors, cars, motorcycles, lorries, stationary engines and other bygones. This was all supported by trade stands, ring displays and parades along with catering and bar facilities

        In particular, check out photos 51-55 and be grateful for modern washing machines!