Access Statement

Access Statement for Hubbard’s Luxury Bed and Breakfast

Hubbard’s is located at the point where Avondale Road becomes London Lane, approximately 800 metres up a generally gentle hill from the main road that connects Burnham Market and Fakenham. There is a bus stop on the main road connecting the Creakes with Fakenham from where an extensive bus network covers a large part of Norfolk from Kings Lynn and Hunstanton in the North West to Norwich and Cromer to the North East.

Car Parking
Car parking is available directly outside the entrance to each bed and breakfast room on bitumen surface rolled with 6 ml pea shingle.

Oak Room
Access is via a 2 ft 6 inch oak door with a 3 inch riser. The door is approached via a flat surface as described above.

Beech RoomAccess is via a 2 ft 6 inch oak door with a 3 inch riser. The door is approached via a flat surface as described above.

Both rooms are ground floor and are en-suite with colour TV and hospitality trays
Both rooms have walk-in showers and double ended baths
Oak’s en-suite bathroom is of significant proportions, however the bath is especially deep.

Each room contains a guest folder of local/house information and a range of local attractions literature is available in the main hallway connecting to the dining room.

Dining Room
Breakfast and afternoon tea is taken in the dining room which is situated on ground floor level within the main house. The entrance to the main house is situated 45 feet from the front door of Beech and 55 feet from the front door of Oak. The walkway surface is bitumen with 6 ml pea shingle rolled in. The front door to the house and hallway is 2 ft 6 inch wide with a 3 inch riser. The Dining Room door is 27.5 inch wide with 2 steps (one of 2 inch and the other of 3.5 inch).

Outside areas are well lit until late at night.

N.B. Due to the age (160+ years) and construction of the house, we regret that the property may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. Please do not hesitate to call 01328 823001 to discuss any matters arising from this statement.