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B and Bs in Little Walsingham

Old Bakehouse Guesthouse
33 High Street
Little Walsingham
Norfolk

NR22 6BZ | View map
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Set in the heart of the historical village of Little Walsingham, The Old Bakehouse offers three spacious guest rooms, all with en-suite facilities. Colour TV and Tea and coffee making facilities are available in each room. Full English Breakfast is included and is served in the large dining room which once formed part of the old bakery. There is the option of a three course evening meal for those not wishing to venture too far although there are 3 pubs within walking distance which can cater for most tastes.

The Old Bakehouse also operates as a traditional tearoom during the day where visitors can sit and enjoy homemade cakes, scones and soup or a fresh cream tea. There is always a selection of fresh cream gateaux and hot savouries to tempt you as well as a large selection of speciality teas.

Little Walsingham offers many local walks for those wishing to see the c14th abbey ruins and the beautiful surrounding countryside.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: £80
Twin: £80
Single: £50
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