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Explore Holt Country Park, Cromer Cliffs and more!
April 16, 2024

Explore Holt Country Park, Cromer Cliffs and more!

April is a time for random weather and taking your chances between showers and, at present, the wind! One minute you think it’s summer, the next its definitely autumnal! But it’s also an incredibly beautiful month for flora and fauna, and there’s no better sight than seeing carpets of bluebells in woodlands, gardens coming alive with colour, hedgerows sprouting those vibrant green leaves and the swallow and housemartins arriving. In this month's newsletter, I want to give you the chance to explore somewhere you may not have seen.

Holt Country Park

Holt Country Park is located just a short drive away from the Georgian town of Holt and offers you the opportunity to wander in the pretty woodland along one of the various trails that cater to different lengths of walks. In fact, you can walk as far as you like and you won’t really get lost as the linking network of paths ensures you’ll always find your way back to where you started! Holt Country Park has been designated a Green Flag award which recognises and honours outstanding green spaces and is also a great woodland for dogs and children.

Take a look at Holt Country Park along with other parks and gardens in Norfolk here.

Looking for Norfolk holiday accommodation?

If you’re looking for holiday accommodation in Norfolk, this is where you’ll find pubs and hotels, independent cottages, dog friendly cottages, cottage agencies, glamping and camping sites and more. This is a growing list that you can easily search through and find your perfect place to stay when you visit Norfolk.

Discover Norfolk holiday accommodation here.

Have you tried this walk around Cromer?

Everyone loves a walk on the cliff top overlooking the stunning Norfolk coastline. This 4.7 mile circular walk is the perfect walk if you’re in or around Cromer and even takes you up to Cromer lighthouse which still shines its beacon today.

Watch this short video here.

Knights Hill Hotel, King’s Lynn

On one Facebook group I've joined (as it’s relevant to Norfolk) many people are disparaging of King’s Lynn. I think they are totally wrong. Although the centre may not be everyone’s choice, the historic quarter, the quayside and The Walks are very special. So why not come and stay for a few days at the Knights Hill Hotel which is a short drive into King’s Lynn and discover what an important port King's Lynn played in the Hanseatic era. This hotel is also ideally located for trips to Castle Rising, Sandringham and the coast.

Read more about Knight’s Hill Hotel here.

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Best wishes,

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