Explore Norfolk UK Blog is all about sharing Norfolk with you, the reader. Detailed insights into the many beaches, medieval ruins, stately homes, city breaks, bird watching sites - and so it goes on.
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These Norfolk cottages are a selection of 194 holiday cottages to rent. Whether you’re taking a holiday in the Broads, on the coast or in the Norfolk country, find your accommodation here
Norfolk in summer conjures up pictures of the incredibly sandy beaches, beautiful gardens, festivals and carnivals in full flow, country fairs, horse trials and fish and chips on the quaysides!
Ample nature reserves in Norfolk UK run by Norfolk Wildlife Trust, RSPB or independently run as at Holkham and Pensthorpe. Visit these well managed spectacular wildlife and bird watching locations
Hickling Broad boat trips are an excellent way to explore this Broadland wildlife with an expert guide, and to be taken to areas of this Broad only reached by boat. Managed by Norfolk Wildlife Trust
The Lifeboat Inn in Thornham, North Norfolk is an extremely cosy, quiet, relaxed dog friendly pub and restaurant with many original features very prominent. Perfect for bird watching, walking or beach
The Chequers Inn in Thornham, North Norfolk is a very relaxed, yet luxurious, dog friendly pub with 13 rooms, a bar and a restaurant. Perfect for exploring the beautiful North Norfolk coastline
Foxley Norfolk, home to one of the most spectacular bluebell woods in the UK run by Norfolk Wildlife Trust. Recognised National Nature Reserve, the largest remaining block of ancient wood in Norfolk
Day 8 of my Norfolk Coast Path Walk. The final stretch of walking the whole of the Norfolk Coast along dunes, into Gt Yarmouth and out along the wide expanse of Gorleston beach to end at Hopton
Day 7 of my Norfolk Coast Path Walk. Starting out with the views of the reefs at Sea Palling and ending at Caister Point, today has a mixture of scrubland, sand dunes, beaches and valleys
Briarfields hotel and restaurant, North Norfolk, is beautifully renovated, has fantastic views, extremely relaxing and dog friendly. Perfect for bird watchers and holiday makers