• Pub B&B icon
    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 4
  • From £100 per room per night

Details

The Bucks is a traditional 17th century pub and former coaching inn adjacent to the historic Blickling Hall (National Trust).

The pub offers Bed and Breakfast in four unique bedrooms, with fantastic views of the surrounding Blickling Hall Estate. Three of the rooms have original four poster beds and all are made up with the finest linen for a comfortable night. Most of the rooms are spacious enough to accommodate extra beds for families - Please get in touch to discuss family rates.

The Bucks is open all day for coffee, snacks and delicious food and drink, with real ales served. They offer a delicious traditional English breakfast with various menu options to suit your appetite and are open to the public for breakfast so friends or business colleagues not staying the night are able to join you.  

Local Produce - All meats are sourced from local suppliers and are of the highest quality. Their smoked chicken and duck come from Mortons of Skeyton, fish is supplied fresh by Coles of Lowestoft. The highly acclaimed Swannington Farm to Fork provide them with the finest cuts of beef, lamb and pork.

Excellent Food - With their team of chefs running the kitchen, you can expect classic English dishes beautifully presented and packed with flavour. As well as the à la carte menu, they offer special dishes which change daily to reflect the best of seasonal ingredients available.

Fancy a Drink? - The Bucks has a great selection of real ales including at least 2 seasonal guest beers. Ales from some fabulous new breweries can be found alongside the Woodfordes and Adnams regulars. Wines are served by the glass or the bottle from an exciting, and frequently changing wine list. For coffee and tea lovers, they offer freshly brewed speciality blends so please feel free to come in and have a hot drink.

The Blickling Estate, which surrounds The Bucks, covers 4,777 acres and includes woodland, parkland and farmland. Public footpaths traverse the estate providing free year round access.

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.

Ratings

  • Pub B&B icon

    Feature Double En-Suite 

    Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £100 per room per night

The Bucks has 4 double en-suite bedrooms all decorated using National Trust heritage colours. (3 of these rooms have original four poster beds and can sleep up to 4 people) All are made up with the finest linen for a comfortable night. 

 

 

All rooms include:

Bathroom with bath or shower
Flat screen TV
WiFi internet access
Complimentary toiletries
Tea and coffee facilities
Free car park for guests

Most of the rooms are spacious enough to accommodate extra beds for families. Please get in touch to discuss family rates.

Single occupancy charged at £80.

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