Meadow House

King’s Lynn, Norfolk
Bed & Breakfast
+44 (0)1485 520240

£100 - £125
per night

Modern comforts, traditional cosiness and a warm welcome. There are walks from the door, country houses to visit and a pub in the village


2 rooms


Rooms sleep 2

£100 - £125 per night

The Experience

A beautifully traditional new-build with handmade oak banisters and period furniture. Step into a large drawing room, where you find a warm, sociable atmosphere with squashy sofas and comfy chairs. Breakfast is served in here or in the conservatory – Amanda is the chef and she produces a delicious Full English as well as fresh fruits, yogurt and healthy cereals.

One bedroom is cosy and chintzy, the other is larger and more neutral; bathrooms gleam. Amanda looks after you well; she’s lived in Norfolk most of her life and is delighted to advise. There are footpaths from the door and plenty to see, starting with Walpole’s Houghton Hall, a short walk. A bucolic setting for a profoundly comfortable stay, perfect for country enthusiasts.

Peddars Way passes close by and can also be cycled – 47 miles of spectacular big skies all the way to the sea at Holme-next-the-Sea. Return to a cup of tea by the fireside in the drawing room.

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We think you'll love

  • The warmth of Amanda's welcome
  • The comfort of the house and being given a good breakfast to start your day
  • The lovely walks and cycles and being surrounded by nature
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You should know

  • You can bring your dog but it can't sleep in the house
  • The WiFi can be a bit dodgy sometimes


  • Swimming pool
  • EV charger
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Spa
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Bar
  • Barbecue
  • Licensed premises
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Fire guard
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming



Nightly price
from £100
Singles £40-£50.
2 Twin/doubles
From £100


Booking information

Check in
From 4pm
Check out
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
This property is part of a working farm or vineyard.
Owner has pets
Animals living on the property
Packed lunch £5-£7. Pub 9-minute walk.


My wife and I recently spent three nights staying in delightful Meadow House where we enjoyed a very comfortable room with a lovely view over the garden and surrounding farm land. Amanda was a charming and most considerate host who provided excellent breakfasts in the conservatory dining room. This is a wonderful base from which to explore north-west Norfolk's countryside, towns and villages, varied coastline and historic houses and churches.

Brinley, Hythe, Kent

A relaxing and quiet place to stay with plenty to see in the surrounding area. Comfortable room with lovely views over the garden and the fields beyond. Amanda is a super hostess and cooks great breakfasts served in the light conservatory overlooking the garden.

Rosalind, Tunbridge Wells

Amanda is special! She's so warm and friendly and so eager to do everything to make her guests welcome and comfortable.

Virginia, Sawday's Inspector

Wonderful place to stay, spacious and very comfortable. Amanda is an excellent hostess and we enjoyed the delicious breakfast each morning.

Lynda, Skipton

My husband and l stayed at Meadow House for a week in July. It is a beautiful house and Amanda is the perfect host. Our bedroom was spacious and very clean with a large comfy bed and a lovely view of the garden and surrounding fields. Breakfast was delicious and cooked to order, there was also cereals, fruit and yogurt. Amanda also suggested places for us to eat in the evening which was very much appreciated. We will definitely be back.

Christine, Mansfield

Meadow House was the perfect place for us on our brief stopover. We enjoyed a warm welcome at the end of a long journey and appreciated the recommendation of a great local pub for evening meal. Our room was spacious, comfortable and airy with a lovely view across the fields. Amanda’s home is truly another Sawday’s special place.

Jennifer, Worcestershire

Amanda gives her guests their own sitting and dining room in her lovely house, which is warm, comfortable and full of interesting pictures and objet d'art. The garden is beautiful, with different places to sit and admire the view. Situated in a lovely village, with a pub a short walk away, down a tree - lined lane, you feel part of the community very quickly. We had a lovely room, with a very comfortable bed and a good shower. Breakfast was good and filling, with superb scrambled eggs. Amanda made sure that I had gluten and dairy free options.

Sally, Chesham

Excellent B&B, beautiful room, fantastic views, brilliant host and superb (what I wanted) breakfast. Amanda made us feel welcome, gave us ideas of where to go using quite roads etc. Booked us in for dinner at the local pub which served lovely food and excellent service. Definitely staying there again in the future.

Mick, Nottingham

Exceptionally friendly welcome , Pleasant rooms, very well supplied with every possible need I will certainly visit again.

Ann, Colchester

Welcome was cheerful and Amanda was very pleased to see us. The rooms had everything that was needed and very comfortable , and an excellent breakfast. We will definitely go back again.

Gillian, Ipswich

The North Norfolk coast is wonderful, but it can get a little frantic. If you're looking for a place within easy reach of the coast but far enough inland to offer peace and quiet in the evening, then Meadow House is perfect. The setting is peaceful, the views are gently rural, the room was very clean and comfortable, and you couldn't ask for a nicer hostess. A big plus for us is that there's an excellent pub within walking distance, with decent food and proper ale.

John, Loughton

We had a super time and will def come back! Stayed with our two children, ages 3 & 1. Breakfast was delicious and complete. Cereal, fruit, yogurt + cooked English breakfast. The room was charming with a beautiful view and the house lovely, very cosy feeling to it. Amanda welcomed us warmly and went beyond our expectations. She kindly offered to babysit while we went for dinner but whisked up scrambled eggs on toast and opened a bottle of white wine for us when we could not make it. She gave us useful tips on beaches and posted our phone charger as we left it behind (all without charge)

Chiara, London

We were warmly welcomed by Amanda and immediately felt relaxed in her beautiful and comfortable home. The expansive view of the farmland and it's abundant wildlife, especially the hares, is magical. An excellent breakfast, freshly cooked to order, is served in the delightful conservatory over looking the garden. We hope to return!

Jayne, Oxfordshire

We stayed for four days with Amanda, who proved to be a very friendly hostess. We had a very nice and quiet room with a wide view and a good bathroom. The breakfast was wonderful, the breakfast room also had a nice view of the garden. A good pub was within walking distance. By car from the B & B many destinations can be reached quickly. We felt very well, were completely satisfied and recommend the Meadow House with great conviction!

Peter, Stuttgart, Germany

A perfect place to stay for peace and quiet in a beautiful home. Amanda will take great care of you, nothing is too much trouble.

Claude, Milton keynes

Amanda is the perfect host, nothing is too much trouble. The house and countryside are beautiful. If you love the English countryside, a comfortable bed and a good breakfast then this is the place to stay.

Jackie, Milton keynes

This a delightful house in a beautiful rural setting. We had a very comfortable bedroom with a lovely outlook . The sitting room and dining area in the conservatory were both very well furnished and the breakfast delicious. Amanda made us feel very much at home and was very informative about areas of interest in the locality. We have stayed in many Sawday places and Meadow House certainly ranks alongside the best.

Richard, Tonbridge

We stayed 2 nights & would have stayed longer if we could have. The room was lovely with perfect views across the countryside. Amanda is very welcoming, you have use of a sitting room which is full of beautiful artefacts. I highly recommend Meadow Cottage, the bed, the breakfast, the welcome Are all top notch


Although we only stayed one night Amanda was the perfect hostess. She was very accommodating. The house is lovely, the room very comfortable and the views from the bedroom were spectacular. The breakfast was good, with home made jam and marmalade. We hope to return at some point in the future.


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The neighbourhood

Pop into the Rose & Crown at Harpley for award-winning local ales and excellent food. The 14th-century tower of the church in the village is worth a peek and there are fine stained glass windows. Houghton Hall is lovely (not open in winter) and there are sculpture gardens and a walled garden. King's Lynn has some fine houses and cobbled streets leading down to the port and plenty of shops.

Local points of interest from Amanda Case

  • Meadow House is well located to explore all of North Norfolk from its country lanes to its expansive beaches with great local food and drink in the many pubs, cafes, deli’s and restaurants to keep you going!
  • Fascinating historic houses and gardens at Houghton, Sandringham, Holkham, Blickling and Felbrig are a few mins to 1 hr. The historic port of King’s Lynn, Guildhall and Customs house (13 miles)
  • Glorious beaches: Holkham -expansive and breathtaking, Brancaster - family friendly , Holme – peaceful, Hunstanton - the classic Norfolk holiday destination, Wells-next-the-Sea - great beaches but also a fishing village with a busy harbour.
  • Wonderful walking and wildlife from the doorstep, barn owls and muntjac are often seen from the house. I can pack you a picnic to take out exploring the Pedders way or wildlife reserves at Pensthorpe, Sculthorpe, Tichwell or Cley.
  • Interesting and unique shops and galleries can be browsed at Burnham Market, The Creaks and Holt. The Thursday market at Fakenham can be just as fun.
  • Golfers have several excellent courses to choose from. Many with stunning sea views for example Hunstanton, Sheringham and the Royal West Norfolk (Brancaster). Fakenham has a driving range and 9 hole course too.


Amanda Case

Friendly Amanda grew up on the farm and did B&B in the farmhouse for years. She built this current house in the grounds of the family farm and continues to welcome guests warmly.