There are hundreds of miles of rural roads and country lanes and coastal beaches in North Norfolk. It’s the perfect county for outdoor recreation as well as sightseeing. You can find marshes  and  salt flats like Cley Nature reserve and even book accommodation  at the  historic  windmill.

You are spoil for choice for places to visit with Historic Houses like Holkham with its own unspoilt beach or out and about at  Brancaster Harbour and  walk to sandy   Brancaster Beach. You can find it all on the unspoilt  North Norfolk coast line. You will find beautiful villages with fantastic independent shops selling locally crafted goods in rural craft studio’s.

Places to eat have really improved vastly in Norfolk over the years and now  provide some of the finest places to eat local  grown food  in East Anglia. Be sure to try the wild Samphire ,harvested from salt  flats  in the tidal zone and  often served  when in season during  July and August at the coastal Pubs and restaurants.

There are plenty of Pubs and Inns along the coast  and our long term favourites is the White Horse at Brancaster. In good weather sitting eating on the balcony at lunch time is a real treat for the taste buds,  and for your eyes with the lovely view.  Or book a table well in advance in the restaurant in the evening or just enjoy a quick drink in the bar and game of Bar Billiards!

The North Norfolk coast is one of the finest areas of natural beauty in the country.

Whether you  day time pursuits are  horseriding , fishing,  Shooting  or bird watching  or sailing, Norfolk  will be able to offer you  a fantastic experience. In the evening be sure not to miss some of the most stunning night skies in the country.



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April 20, 2015

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