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The Bedingfeld Arms

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Bedingfeld Arms otherwise known as the Bedingfeld Coachouse is the only pub in the village of Oxborough situated 7 miles between the market towns Swaffham and Downham Market. We offer bed and breakfast in our newly built accommodation units which were originally a stable block originating back from when the pub was a Coachouse.We enjoy a prominnent position in the heart of this small village and are just a short stroll away from the National Trust property Oxburgh Hall we are also adjacent St John the Evangelist church which is also worth a look round and to see whats still remaining after the magnificent spire collapsed. We are located nearby to Goodersone Water Gardens, Iceni village, Thetford Forest to name a few, an ideal base for touring Norfolk as well as being near Swaffham or otherwise known as Market Shipborough in the TV series KingdomWe have a nice large car park both outside the pub and also room to park adjacent to the rooms if you wish, all rooms are on ground floor with a ramp to the diasbled room.Aswell as offering superb short break or holiday accommodation we also offer excellent rates for contractors working in the area such as British Sugar the local Sugar Beet factory, RAF Marham, Swaffham, Downham Market and Kings Lynn.Check In 14:00, Check Out 10:30. No Smoking PermittedWell behaved Pets permitted, but any damages must be paid for before departure

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