The Buckinghamshire Arms is a handsome 17th century coaching inn with lovely views of Blickling hall. Pull into our car park and you will begin to anticipate what awaits you. A courtyard garden with fragrant kitchen herbs and sunny aspect. The 'Bucks' sits alongside Blickling Hall that once belonged to the Boleyn family 1499-1505. It is said that that on every anniversary of Anne's execution she roams Blickling Hall presumably searching for the fine ales found across the way at the Bucks. Inside is both spacious and cosy with a delightful snug, bar and dining room featuring wood burning stoves, rich fabrics, heritage colours and for further interest original paintings from local artists.