The county of Norfolk is full of many wonderous sights and attractions so it’s possible to be busy every day of your stay here. With the countless possibilities available, we encourage our visitors to explore this delightful part of the country. From the main city of Norwich, to quaint towns, Blue Flag beaches, the Broads, zoos and stately homes, there’s something for everyone.
Seals at Blakeney
Between October and February, Blakeney beach becomes a breeding ground for seals. Spread out across the entire beach, this is a spectacular opportunity to see brand new seal pups.
For a little insight into the life of Royals, visit the Sandringham Estate where Her Majesty the Queen retreats to every Christmas along with the rest of the family.
Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
Originally built in 1736 and then opened as a wildlife garden in 1979, Thrigby Hall is now home to tigers, leopards, red pandas, crocodiles and much more. A great day out for the whole family!
One of many National Trust estates in Norfolk, Blickling Hall is well worth the visit. With over 5000 acres of land to explore by foot, expect to encounter woodland, a lake, historic mausoleum and plenty of wildlife.
For a nostalgic day out at the seaside, Sea Palling is your place. Stretches of sandy beach surrounded by Norfolk countryside, you’ll be sure to make unforgettable memories here.
A whimsical seaside town accompanied with an award-winning beach. Lose track of time on the 2p machines, strolling with an ice cream and watching the fishing boats come back to shore.
A clean and safe space to paddle your feet in the sea before refuelling with the best fish and chips in Norfolk.
Situated in between Sheringham and Cromer, you can experience breath-taking views from the top of cliffs with just the sand and sea sitting in front of you.
Miles and miles of clear, sandy beach. This is the ideal spot if you want to step back from reality and everyday stresses for just a couple of hours.
The Black Swan
Recently refurbished and extended, The Black Swan is renowned for its fresh, homemade food and signature dishes.
Biddy’s Tea Room in Aylsham
A Victorian-inspired tea house, you have to be quick to book an afternoon tea here. With fantastic flavour combinations, generous portions, and an ambient atmosphere, you can spend hours in these tearooms.
The Pigs is a family friendly and dog friendly pub, described as the ‘purveyor of real Norfolk food (with a twist!)’. If you get the chance, we also recommend trying out their spa!
The Marsham Arms
The Marsham Arms is a local country pub based in Hevingham, offering both a wholesome menu and themed nights; you’ll always have an option to satisfy your cravings.
Surrounded by the beautiful river Wensum, this established pub is credited for its steaks but has a deliciously varied menu to tantalise all taste buds.
A riverside village situated on the Broads, you can catch a day boat from here or take walk along the boardwalk. Wroxham is stocked with traditional pubs where you can enjoy a pub lunch or wholesome Sunday roast.
With its Georgian architecture, charming courtyards, and antique shops, Holt is one of North Norfolk’s most attractive towns. Lose a day in one of many bookshops or browsing the art galleries.
One of many North Norfolk beaches and only 25 minutes away from Cobbleacre. You can expect a traditional seaside town, featuring a 151m pier and the best chippy in Norfolk.
The Broads is made up of 125 miles of navigable, tranquil waterways. Boatyards up and down the Broads allow you to hire out day boats so you can explore the wonders of these rivers and lakes for yourself.
Norwich is a wonderfully historic city with copious landmarks marking different periods in time. If a shopping day tickles your fancy, Norwich is brimming with both high street staples and independent shops, as well as being home to the ‘Best Large Outdoor Market in Britain’.