See why so many travellers make Knights Hill Hotel & Spa their hotel of choice when visiting King's Lynn. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Best Western King's Lynn provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Knights Hill Hotel & Spa guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Best Western King's Lynn.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting King's Lynn, King's Lynn Best Western is located a short distance from Castle Rising (1.8 mi) and St Nicholas' Chapel (2.1 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Lynn Cafe- Bar Restaurant, which is a Mediterranean restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, King's Lynn Best Western makes it easy to experience some great King's Lynn attractions like True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum, which is a popular art museum.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Knights Hill Hotel & Spa as you experience all of the things King's Lynn has to offer.
We had a fantastic time at this hotel! We were given a room upgrade for our anniversary celebration and the room was decorated with that theme in mind! The breakfasts were amazing, so many choices and the hot food all cooked perfectly to order. We also celebrated a meal in the restaurant and the food was truly excellent! The waiting staff looked after us brilliantly, as did the reception staff! Thank you! Also loved meeting Benjamin Bunny, who took the biscuit, quite literally! Thank you to all at Knight's Hall for making our stay so perfect and so memorable!
Stayed in a big multi generation group for my mum's 70th birthday celebrations. My parents ate Friday night at the French Restaurant (we ate in way with the kids) & loved it. We all ate at the pub on Saturday & the staff were absolutely lovely. Pool was great & it's a fantastic location for exploring North Norfolk. There was a wedding Sat night & we were worried about the noise, however it was well away from where we were staying & we didn't hear a peep. The grounds were lovely too, nice big gardens for the kids to run around in. What really made it though was the staff who were so friendly & caring, even though they were very busy.
Having stayed twice at Knights Hill, we have found the staff to be co-operative, helpful and friendly, the room to be immaculate and the facilities excellent. Certainly it is now our "go-to" for overnight accommodation in the King's Lynn area.
We had a 2 night stay. On arrival the staff were very polite and informed us of breakfast and time choices, also details of the spa and restaurants. The room was spacious and very clean with the added bonus of a fridge. The bathroom was spotless and had a "His and hers " sink which was great . Great to be able to use the spa and other facilities. The farmers restaurant was also of excellent quality and we ate there both evenings. There was a good choice of food, and some of the menu changed daily. The staff were very polite in both the hotel and restaurant and nothing was too much trouble. We would defiantly stay here again
We stayed at the Knights Hill Hotel on Sunday 3rd May 2022, B+B for one night. We paid £145. We came to the hotel following many years of passing it en-route to the North Norfolk coast and as a treat for us to enable us to have a full day on Monday at the Sandringham Show. On arrival, we were asked for full payment for the room, before we had seen it. We weren't asked for a payment card for any potential room service or bar charges? We would expect this to be normal practice. We were not told where breakfast would be or directed to where the spa facilities were or given any opening times for these. In the end we asked if we could book breakfast for 9.00am but were told 8.45 or 9.15am only. Incidentally when we arrived at breakfast the dining room was half empty for the whole 45 minutes we were in there. When we reached our room (room 40) the first thing we noticed was that the patio doors were open. Security risks seemed possible and could we be certain that no one had used the room before we arrived? One of the things we like to do is to relax and watch TV in bed but as the TV was round a corner, behind a desk and chair and with no space to pull lounge chairs up to the TV to watch from there, we immediately rang reception and asked for our room to be changed. We were changed to room 45. Although room 45 was a little better as there were lounge chairs that could be pulled up, there was no way that we could watch TV from bed. The room was very large and felt very impersonal, not at all homely or cosy. There was mention of room service in the card on the desk but no room service menu. The bed was very large and also positioned opposite the bathroom meaning that we had to go in to the bathroom in the dark to prevent waking each other with the light. The room was very very hot. We immediately turned the thermostat right down to zero but this made no difference at all and we didn't sleep because of the heat. We opened the window but ground floor and person sized access meant we were also worried about security, again hampering our sleep. In the bathroom there were 2 half used rolls of toilet paper, and no tissues. We ran out of toilet paper in the night! Breakfast was lovely, great service and very nice hot food. This was the only redeeming factor of our stay. We tried to raise the issues with reception when we left but were dismissed with a sorry.... To say we are disappointed is an understatement. We did not expect a hotel of your reputation to be so poor.…
We were supposed to stay 2 nights, managed just one. Walked out of the restaurant after failing to get our starters correct twice. Very run down, old fashioned and in need of a good revamp. Hate to say it but we compared it to Faulty Towers.
Took a group of 50 U3A members on a 4 night visit to Norfolk. The hotel took the booking at the last minute and we couldn't have done better. Nothing was too much trouble. Service was excellent as was the food. Good quality beds and bedding. Spotlessly clean. Nice pool. Plenty of lounge seating in the evening. There is no lift but only two floors. Luggage carried up and down stairs by hotel staff so no problem. We liked everything about this hotel.
Excellent situation to enable the exploration of the Broads A Comfortable clean room with a view ,a shower and a bath with hot water . The food choices were excellent and flavoursome ,and any request was immediately fullfilled
Room was okay, everything just feels so outdated and old. Bathroom was lovely, just need to be a bit more thorough, lots of long dark curly hairs left in bathtub. Wifi isn’t the greatest and it’s a little bit overpriced for what you get. Overall, it’s okay. But I wouldn’t stay again.
Hi five to Sam for sorting out room 147 ,super upgrade for my 61st birthday what a treat and amazing room.Everything great at this hotel from friendly reception team,nice cook breakfast ,swimming pool & spa .Great ambience throughout the hotel.Good location for kings Lynn.Would recommend and 100% stay again.