Explore Norfolk’s Natural Beauty
Happy New Year to you.
In this month's edition you can watch a video taking you from Hunstanton to Thornham, showing you a small stretch of Norfolk’s stunning coastal landscapes.
You can also see how the Rebellion Way cycling holiday can give you an unforgettable adventure through quiet Norfolk villages and historic landmarks.
And if you’re looking for a peaceful retreat then check out the Horsey Holiday House cottage, so close to the seals! Happy reading!
Hunstanton to Thornham 6 mile walk
This month you can explore the stunning 6-mile walk from Hunstanton to Thornham by video, a route that shows off the natural beauty of the Norfolk Coast Path. This walk includes sand dunes, salt marshes, a brand new board walk and some of Norfolk’s incredible beaches. You can either walk it virtually by watching the video (!), or watch the video and then go and walk it yourself!
Click here to watch the video of this walk.
Rebellion Way cycling holiday
Are you a cyclist? If you are, now’s the time to discover the scenic and historic Rebellion Way cycle route in Norfolk. Pedal through picturesque villages, pretty countryside, and quiet country lanes. This cycling holiday offers the perfect balance of leisure and exploration, and all at your own pace. Whether you're a seasoned cyclist or a beginner, this fantastic and much loved route caters to all levels of experience.
Take a look at what we can offer for you here.
Looking for a holiday house close enough to walk to the beach, as well as walking to an old drainage mill and a restored wind pump? Look no further than Horsey Holiday House which is located right on the edge of the village of Horsey, on the east coast of Norfolk (and within walking distance to see the seals and their pups in the winter months). This cottage sleeps 4, with 2 bedrooms and is dog friendly.
Have a more detailed look at Horsey Holiday House here.
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Hopefully the rain has finally stopped, so I though you might like to take a look at this 5 mile circular walk around Horsey - Horsey walking guide here