The Rose & Crown is in the charming, ancient Norfolk village of Snettisham, just down the road from Snettisham’s famous 14th century church (it is said that The Rose & Crown was built to provide food and drink to men building the church), and opposite the village cricket pitch.
Snettisham is on The Wash, about 10 miles North of King’s Lynn, just off the A149.
The nearest rail station is King’s Lynn, and trains run every hour to London King’s Cross (1 hour 40 minutes). From King’s Lynn you can take the number 41 bus or the CoastHopper service, or get a taxi.
The National Cycle Route number 1 runs through the village and the Peddar’s Way passes close by.
There is a large car park to the rear of The Rose & Crown.