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Tucked away in the historic village of Sedgeford lies this friendly, award winning, 9 bedroom Inn; amid rolling countryside, less than a mile from the Peddars Way and conveniently close to Norfolk's Beautiful Coast.
An Independent eleven-bedroom hotel in the centre of Dereham dating back to the 17th Century. We choose only the freshest ingredients sourced from local suppliers, combined to offer the best, innovative, Modern English and European food.
The Kings Head is the perfect place for couples to relax, families to share special occasions and businesses to impress their clients in the stylish surroundings of our twelve bedroom hotel and award winning restaurant.
The Kings Head is a charming family run pub and restaurant situated just off the main road from Bungay to Norwich at the village of Woodton.
Owned by Kevin and Sue Gardner, The Kings Head a 17th century Inn, is situated on the banks of the River Bure in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.
A 17th century inn with a traditional feel with inglenook fireplaces, woodburners and low beamed ceilings. Fresh food carefully prepared and beautifully cooked.
Following an extensive renovation in 2007, The King’s Head near Holt, offers a homely mix of original features and modern-day comfort in it’s bar and restaurant.