Hanover Court in King's Lynn is a development of apartments and a bungalow with shared gardens, residents’ lounge and private car parking facilities. Located on the edge of King's Lynn, the properties are close to local shops, and within walking distance of the Queen Elizabeth hospital. There is also a regular bus service to Gaywood superstore and the town centre, just a 10 minute journey away.
You will not have to worry about buildings and grounds maintenance or repairs as an on-site manager looks after these points, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. Regular games, craft sessions and coffee mornings take place, plus the residents’ social club organises monthly meals and trips out, offering you plenty of opportunity to get to know other residents.
King's Lynn in Norfolk is a sea port and market town with a rich heritage dating back to the 12th century. The town has much to offer, including the modern Vancouver Quarter for shopping, the historic market place, Corn Exchange entertainment venue and the King’s Lynn festival each July. There are many fine walks to enjoy in the area, such as a path along the old sea bank to the Peter Scott lighthouse at Sutton Bridge in Lincolnshire.
Heritage and countryside
King's Lynn has a rich and fascinating maritime heritage and it was once a major trading port of England. Hanse House is the country's most intact Hanseatic-era warehouse, now including a tea room, and bar for food and refreshments. The Marriott's Warehouse a beautiful 16th century brick and stone warehouse now converted into a restaurant and heritage centre featuring displays about the history and development of King's Lynn.
For outdoors enthusiasts there are 550 square miles of West Norfolk including the wetlands of The Fens to the miles of glorious sandy beaches. The Fen Rivers Way is a long distance path running 50 miles between King's Lynn, Downham Market, Ely and Cambridge. West Norfolk borders the Wash, the UK's most important estuary for wild birds and a site of international significance. The sheltered mudflats here provide a vast feeding ground for thousands of water birds from as far away as Greenland and Siberia.
How to find us
Hanover Court is conveniently situated just off the A1076, near the A149, within close proximity of open countryside. Local bus services run to Peterborough, Norwich, Spalding and the seaside town of Hunstanton, plus there are frequent train services to London Kings Cross via Cambridge.
Distance to GP: 0.28 miles
Distance to shop: 0.28 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.28 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.28 miles