Built in the sixteenth Century in the heart of medieval Little Walsingham, handsome St. David's House has been providing welcome and warmth for guests for well over 50 years. Jennifer Renshaw opened the front door to her Bed and Breakfast establishment in 1993 and has boarded thousands of visitors to Little Walsingham over the years.

Little Walsingham, home to the Shrines of Our Lady of Walsingham, is four miles from the exquisite North Norfolk coast, renowned for it’s bird life, seals and salt marshes. A narrow gauge train runs from Little Walsingham to the seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea.

The magnificent National Trust properties of Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall are close by along with Holkham Hall and the Queen’s Norfolk residence of Sandringham House.

The Harwich to Hull Sustrans Cycle route passes directly through the village. Many visitors cycle along this route and we can offer safe overnight storage for bicycles. 


B & B

Our rooms will give you the place to rest in Little Walsingham. Visitors have commented how beautiful and well equipped the rooms are. People love coming to stay at St. David's House, and we are always happy to welcome you. 

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Evening Meals


Home cooked and freshly prepared evening meals are available at St. David's House. We use the best ingredients we can find, usually from locally grown supplies and sourced at markets and farm shops. 


Little Walsingham

 Little Walsingham has been a place of Pilgrimage for almost 1000 years. Find out what makes Walsingham such a special place. 


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