WOODSIDE COTTAGE Bed and Breakfast
Weasenham All Saints, North West Norfolk
Woodside Cottage, Rougham End, Weasenham All Saints, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 2SW
Telephone: 01328 838884
** COVID 19 UPDATE**
Please note that during the current crisis we are only offering a Continental Breakfast which will be left daily in your room prior to your arrival. This will enable us to observe social distancing requirements and help protect you and ourselves.
Thank you for your understanding.
Georgina and Ian welcome you to Woodside Cottage Bed and Breakfast where we will endeavour to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
We opened for business in November 2009 and are delighted to offer you double ensuite accomodation in ‘The Potting Shed’, a warm and comfortable detached converted brick and flint outbuilding within the gardens of Woodside Cottage, itself a traditional brick and flint Norfolk cottage dating back over 200 years.
‘The Potting Shed’ offers private, relaxing accommodation and includes:
En-suite shower room,
Free WiFi internet access,
22" flat screen TV with DVD player,
Endless drinks making facilities and
Comfortable seating on a large squashy leather sofa!
There is also a Bistro table where your breakfast will be served to you each morning.
Guests are given a key and encouraged to come and go as they please and to enjoy the luxury of their own front door.
‘The Potting Shed’ is situated halfway between the attractive market towns of Swaffham and Fakenham, in a rural yet easily accessible part of North West Norfolk being within easy reach of the beautiful unspoilt North Norfolk Coast (Holkham, Wells-Next-the- Sea, and Blakeney are about 15-20 miles).
Many interesting stately homes including Sandringham House, Holkham Hall and Houghton Hall, as well as several National Trust Properties ie. Blickling Hall, Oxburgh Hall and Felbrigg Hall along with English Heritage Properties are all within easy reach.
There are a number of nature reserves close by including Pensthorpe and the RSPB reserves of Cley and Titchwell Marshes, making this a lovely place to relax and enjoy the abundance of wildlife the area has to offer.
The Thursford Collection (20 minutes drive), houses the world largest collection of steam engines and organs and is open March through to September and then at Christmas time transforms into the amazing Thursford Christmas Spectacular the 'biggest and most exciting Christmas show in Britain.'