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Our luxury self-catering holiday cottages make an ideal peaceful relaxing retreat or touring base for the North Norfolk coast, Norwich and the Norfolk Broads. The Norwich International Airport is only a 35-minute drive away.
Walking holidays in Norfolk
The coast is perhaps the jewel in Norfolk's crown. There are expansive luxury sandy beaches (East Runton beach is only 300 metres away) with award-winning blue flag beaches at Cromer and Sheringham. At Holkham and Wells-next-The-Sea, pine woods edge the sand dunes and historic harbour villages, such as Blakeney, Cley-next-the-Sea, Salthouse, Morston and Brancaster Staithe, with flint and red brick houses are all waiting to be explored. The villages of Overstrand and Mundesley lie to the east, with further gorgeous seaside beaches.
There are spectacular woodland and coastal walking, riding and bird watching opportunities (including Peddars Way) within a short distance from our cottages and the footpath to Incleborough Hill, with its breathtaking coastal views, is just across the common
Golfing short break
We are ideally located for self-catering golfing breaks. We are just a stone’s throw away from Sheringham Golf Course and Royal Cromer Golf Courses, both set on cliffs overlooking the sea. www.royalcromergolfclub.com
There are superb bird watching opportunities at Cley, Hickling, Holme and Ranworth. www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk
The seals at Blakeney Point can be visited by boat from Morston and Blakeney. www.norfolksealtrips.co.uk
Norfolk museums and historic buildings
The North Norfolk Steam Railway runs regular trips through the lovely coastal and countryside scenery from nearby Sheringham to Holt via Weybourne. In 2005, the railway was runner-up in the Best Visitor Attraction in the Tourism in Norfolk Awards. www.nnrailway.co.uk
Just through Weybourne is the Muckleburgh Collection, the UK's largest privately owned working military museum. www.muckleburgh.co.uk
Only one mile away is the National Trust's Felbrigg Hall with its lovely house, orangery and lakeside walk. www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Other attractive National Trust walking and riding activities can be found within two or three miles at Roman Camp (West Runton) and at Sheringham Park. One of the National Trust's flagship properties, Blickling Hall, is just a 20 minute drive away, and of course Sandringham is nearby. www.sandringhamestate.co.uk
Horse displays and activities are available just one mile away from the Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary in the neighbouring village of West Runton. www.hillside.org.uk
A short drive from our cottages lies the edge of the Norfolk Broads and the Broadlands, Britain's finest inland waterway, which has no locks making it ideal for sailing. An extensive network of rivers and shallow lakes with small waterside villages can be visited by car but is best discovered by boat. Day boats can be hired from one of the many boatyards.
If you're looking for theatres, try the Pavilion Theatre at the end of Cromer Pier, famous for its annual End of the Pier Summer Show www.cromer-pier.com. Also nearby are the Little Theatre at Sheringham, the Auden Theatre in Holt and the Theatre Royal in Norwich.
More information can be found on the Norfolk Guides website www.norfolkguides.co.uk
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