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Located in the heart of King's Lynn old town and overlooking the historic market place, the Duke's Head is perfect for discovering what Norfolk has to offer to the business and leisure traveller. Since Georgian times, this impressive classical building has welcomed visitors including Princess Victoria and Sir Robert Walpole (generally considered to be the first Prime Minister of Great Britain) in considerable comfort and style.Its location overlooking the ancient market place in the centre of King's Lynn would have denoted its importance in a town peppered with fine historic buildings. The Duke's Head is located walking distance away from King's Lynn station, nightlife, restaurants, bars and leisure club. Kings Lynn is serviced by regular trains to London and serves as an ideal location for discovering Norfolk. North Norfolk is an ideal tourist destination. Whether you enjoy the lively atmosphere and entertainment offered by traditional seaside resorts, the tranquility of the small fishing villages, which spring to life at high tide, you can't help but be impressed by the beautiful coastline and the fascinating history of its towns. The Hotel has recently benefited from a 3 million pound refurbishment.
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Grade: 94 out of 100
62Restaurantswithin 0.25 miles
15Attractionswithin 0.25 miles
The Duke's Head 5-6 Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn PE30 1JS England
All reviews the hotel car park travelzoo deal turners restaurant classic room market square feature room lovely hotel cream tea overlooking the square tuesday market place afternoon tea course evening meal scones corn exchange centre of town breakfast was buffet style lounge area
Really enjoyed my stay; my room was so comfortable and warm and the hotel is just gorgeous with the history of the building clear and well-maintained. Friendly staff. Didn't try the food. You will have to pay for parking, but I was aware of that...More
Stayed in room 410 for 2 nights 30 Nov - Sunday 2nd Dec.
More like a Travelodge & certainly not a 4 star hotel.
Rooms very noisy, you can hear everything going on in next room & 2 or 3 room down corridor & also...More
We were upgraded, which was a lovely surprise. The bar and receptionist staff were delightful and the hotel itself was stunning. We received the feature room and it was incredible with its double sinks, bath tub, king size bed and nespresso machine. Worth every cent...More
The food can only be described as ghastly. Would have been better going to Macdonald’s. Chicken hash - hash is the right word, prawn cocktail - could not taste the prawns and mushroom with sauce on toast was bland and tasteless and that was just...More
The travelzoo deal for £99 was a steal! It included a cream tea, two course dinner, room and breakfast!
Park in the square out the front and use the app so it calculates the cost, pretty sure it’s cheaper than the hotels car park at...More
Date of stay: November 2018
Response from Laura D D, General Manager at The Dukes Head HotelResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to review your stay with us at the Dukes Head Hotel.
I am pleased that your enjoyrf your stay on the whole.
I am sorry for issues that you experienced during your stay, however I am pleased...More