An Inspector Calls: The Bank House serves up a charming atmosphere and the perfect poached eggs in the heart of King's Lynn

King’s Lynn may be big on listed buildings (it has more than York), but it’s short on decent places to stay.
The Bank House, a former Georgian merchant banker’s residence is very decent indeed, and makes for a fascinating break in this undervalued Norfolk town that became part of the Hanseatic League of trading powers in the 15th century.
King Charles I looms large over the main frontage of the building — although, strangely, the entrance to the hotel is to the side of what used to be the counting house.
The place is buzzing when we arrive on a Saturday. There’s a children’s tea party in... read more

10 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail

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