The village of Tilney All Saints lies 6 miles south east of King’s Lynn and is easily accessible form the A17 and A47.
This attractive village clusters around the church, ‘All saints’, renowned as one of the ‘Marshland Gems’. It is believed to date from the late 12th century dates and features a fine Norman Arcade and splendid double hammer-beam roof. Much of the current exterior relates to 15th and 16th century remodelling.
As with other Fen villages in the area the village grew during the post medieval period as drainage and reclamation were used to increase the amount of agricultural land. Although easily accessible to King’s Lynn the village and neighbouring Tilney High End retain a peaceful rural atmosphere.
Just outside the village on the old A47 (Lynn Road) is the Coach & Horses public house.