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A warm welcome from Wendy. We were given a twin bedded room, at the front if the house, which was very spacious. The beds were very comfortable and had lovely fresh bedding, there was a good selection of drinks for our use and we were...More
We visited this b & b as we were going to be attending a wedding a few miles up the road in barsham,
On arrival we were greeted by Wendy who offered drinks immediately and we sat down for a quick talk and she introduced...More
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Response from wendy h, Owner at Pilgrims RestResponded 1 week ago
Unlike many who stay here we were not making a pilgrimage to the shrine. This was a base to continue visiting NT and HHA properties in the north and west of Norfolk. We received a very warm welcome at this 600 year old property in...More
Response from wendy h, Owner at Pilgrims RestResponded 1 August 2017
Couldn't have wished for a better place to stay. Wendy and John, our hosts, were so kind. Nothing was too much trouble. Everywhere was lovely and clean. A great choice of breakfasts. Wendy also provided us with tea and cake on our return from afternoons...More
We were a party of 6, so took up most of the house. Wendy couldn't have been more accomodating, tea, cake, and a good insight into the area. We're not part of the God squad so the shrines were not the draw. Walsingham has much...More
Response from wendy h, Owner at Pilgrims RestResponded 26 July 2017
Thank you for your comments and hopefully these will be useful to tourists wishing to explore our village and north norfolk other than for religion. We appreciate your acknowledgements on the building and sometimes the difficulties faced by regulations.
I would have to say no - given that the building is medieval in origin, there are many quirky levels associated with it. However, a call to the owners would clarify how they might be able to help - or even recommend any... More
I would have to say no - given that the building is medieval in origin, there are many quirky levels associated with it. However, a call to the owners would clarify how they might be able to help - or even recommend any other local place for you to stay at.
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"Small B&B so only 4 rooms. As far as I could tell all rooms good"