Welcome to the Bedingfeld Arms
The Bedingfeld Arms, a coaching Inn since 1783, has been refreshingly & stylishly renovated and redecorated by Stephen and Catkin Parker. As a luxury B&B with 9 en suite bedrooms, fresh home cooked food (much of it home grown), real ales, a good choice of wines and close to the historic market town of Swaffham, the Bedingfeld Arms is a great dog friendly place to stay and enjoy the attractions of the Brecklands and the National Trust’s Oxburgh Hall which sits directly opposite the garden.
The popular and independent Bedingfeld Arms incorporates the best attributes of a local community pub with the comfort and luxury of a coaching inn (9 bedrooms).
As a freehouse, we are able to offer a hand picked selection of cask ales. Alternative tastes are catered for with a tempting wine list, ciders, a range of freshly ground coffee, exotic teas and original handmade cordials. Read More…
Our New Oak & Limestone Extension is Complete!
Officially opened by MP Elizabeth Truss
Find out more here
The Veranda Terrace is ready for you to Inspect
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We source as many fresh ingredients from as nearby as possible. Our family farm (Foulden Latimer) supplies spring lamb as well as game when in season. We have planted a new vegetable and herb garden ensuring a fresh supply of seasonal produce for our chefs. Fresh fish and meat are also provided by local East Anglian suppliers. We are always on the look out of more good local suppliers.
Each of our 9 individually styled rooms are all beautifully decorated and finished to a very high standard with luxurious pocket sprung mattresses, flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and ensuite bathrooms with showers, thick fluffy towels and complimentary toiletries.
The Bedingfeld Arms is located opposite The National Trust owned moated manor house, Oxburgh Hall with 75,000 visitors annually. You can enjoy the area of outstanding natural beauty by bicycle, on foot or on horseback. You can take a walk in the ancient Foulden Common, or explore the Peddars Way/North Norfolk Coast Path.