NorfolkSee & Do

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  • Take a boat from Morston
    (also, Blakeney depending on the tides) to see the seals off Blakeney Point.
  • Stiffkey marshes, north NorfolkExperience the Norfolk coastline
    along the “Poppyline” on the North Norfolk Steam Railway. This runs from Holt to Sheringham, passing through the Kelling Estate and Weybourne.
  • Visit the National Trust properties
    of Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall, a must for most visitors. Wonderful walks at both properties.
  • For birdwatchers
    the salt marshes between Stiffkey and Salthouse are very rewarding.
  • Cromer Pier
    Cromer Pier, Norfolk
  • Holt
    Pretty Georgian town. Here you will find smart cafes, galleries and shops. Try Bakers and Larners Food Hall, “the Fortnum & Masons of Norfolk”
  • Holkham Hall and Beach
    Wonderful walks along the vast sandy beaches and seeing the big blue skies breathing in the fresh Norfolk air from the North sea. Holkham Hall is set in beautiful Parkland with its own herd of fallow deer. The Victoria Hotel and cafes within the grounds make it a perfect day out.
    Holkham Beach, north Norfolk
  • The National Trust walks
    at Sheringham Park are spectacular in May when the rhododendrons are in bloom.
    Sheringham Park, Norfolk

NB - A folder is available in each cottage containing  many more places of interest, things to do and see and places to eat out.


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