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A family-run guest house and pub in tranquil surroundings, a 20-minute drive from King’s Lynn, The Anchor Inn offers traditional food, regular entertainment, free Wi-Fi and free parking. Every time I stay they do a great job. Friendly good food and nice rooms
Set in Long Sutton, The Crown and Woolpack has a bar, garden and free WiFi. The hotel features family rooms. All guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a TV and free toiletries. The room was what you expect to the factility bed was very comfy and bedding was very clean
This is local to our parents but far enough away for us to feel like we were having a private getaway. The locals are extremely friendly and it has a very pleasant and quaint country village feel. There's also a golf course just down the road for those people that like to whack a ball around. We intend to come back in August and do some of the local sights that we haven't done since we were on school trips.
Friendly and efficient owner good breakfast and value for money. Free parking on road outside room. Room itself a bit dusty but it that down to just reopened after lockdown plus had to prop window open with vase and door handle to room loose. Just a few things that owner maybe should have checked and tightened up on. Location very noisy all night with drunken locals passing by and Hugh agricultural convoy at 2am but not anything owner could have done on that
We used Sutton Bridge as a central location to see the rest of the area. Sutton Bridge itself is very long and narrow but has a market place one day a week. The area is very flat but interesting. We ate mostly in the Anchor Inn as it has a wonderful reputation in the area for its food, we were not disappointed. The Anchor itself is a real community place, with plenty of people enjoying what it has to offer
I liked the fact that Sutton Bridge was so easy to locate on the map. Travelling from the North to Norfolk, Sutton Bridge and the Boat House AirB&B provided a most excellent mid-way point for our journey. The hosts were polite and very friendly. The room was spotlessly clean and we managed a decent, quiet nights sleep. A hearty breakfast and good coffee got us on our way. This is a highly recommended affordable place to stop and stay. A beautiful place with a mixed background of history and very clean countryside.
We were surprised at the general speed that much of the traffic went past the Anchor Inn where we were staying. Our surprise was even greater when we discovered next day that it was in a 30mph limit! Not a problem for us... but it could be for someone! Generally speaking, we found it a really good base for exploring into Lincolnshire and Norfolk in the other direction. The major roads are incredibly busy during the day, though the traffic keeps moving. A highly agricultural area, so lots of tractors and so on. They have to use the roads, which cannot be avoided of course. A picturesque area, especially away from busy main roads.
This is a place you stay because of the travel plans - it's by the main dividing river between Lincs and Norfolk, so you have good options from here. I chose it because I wanted to go seal-viewing off the North Norfolk coast one day and visiting friends in South Lincs the next.
Reception was good food was tasty and good value, beer was cold, room brilliant and great value for money
Every time I stay they do a great job. Friendly good food and nice rooms