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Location information for Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn is a historic town which lies on the banks of the River Great Ouse in eastern England. It is situated in an area known as East Anglia, which boasts myriad tourist draws most easily accessed when driving cheap car rental in Kings Lynn. The town itself is a port as well as regional shopping and nightlife center.

The city center has a good selection of accommodation, including the ubiquitous English bed and breakfast, perfect as a base for daytrips. Several car rental in Kings Lynn firms maintain depots in town. The A149 travels in a northeasterly direction from Kings Lynn. Just 12kms along the route is the entrance for Sandringham Estate.

The estate is home to one of two of Queen Elizabeth’s private residences. Visitors can tour the lavishly ornate staterooms in the main house. The rooms are packed with all manner of objects d’art and royal paintings. A collection of royal vehicles is housed in an attached museum, while the estate café serves up delicious scones and fresh cream.

Continuing on the A149 with your car rental in Kings Lynn the road runs parallel with the Wash Estuary, first to Hunstanton, and then onwards to relaxing resorts that include Wells, Cromer and Sheringham. Hunstanton is the quintessential English seaside town with fish and chip shops, amusements, traditional pubs and a bowling green.

Beaches at Hunstanton and the other seaside locations are ideal for sunbathing and swimming on warm days. Sheringham is the boarding point for trips on the heritage North Norfolk Railway to Holt. The volunteer society that runs the railway offer steam and diesel pulled trains and a summer program of happenings.