Unveiling October; a dream holiday cottage awaits
October has arrived, and with it some unusually warm weather I’m glad to say. It means it’s much nicer to go out for a walk at the moment, before we have to wrap up with coats, gloves and woolly hats. I don’t know about you, but I like to delay those extra layers until as late as possible.
I’ve got a fantastic holiday cottage in the Norfolk Broads for you to look at in this month’s edition of the newsletter, as well as discovering Ranworth Broad. If you’re looking for a walking holiday that doesn’t involve long mileage, then I’ve also got some shorter mileage walking holiday packages for you to consider as well.
- Watersedge, Hickling Broad
- Ranworth Broad
- Walking the Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path
Watersedge, Hickling Broad
I had the great pleasure of going to visit this holiday cottage a few months ago, and it was fantastic. It’s an old eelers cottage (which I love as they have so much character), with an added extension, and has the most amazing and uninterrupted views over Hickling Broad. Well worth a read.
Check out Watersedge holiday cottage here
As Watersedge holiday cottage is in the Norfolk Broads, it makes sense to show you another Broad that I visited a while ago – Ranworth Broad. You can take a boat trip with the Norfolk Wildlife Trust (the only way to see Ranworth Broad) and have a very interesting and informative time, and at the same time visit the ruins of St Benet’s Abbey.
Find out how you can visit Ranworth Broad here.
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path
When you’re booking a walking holiday, you want to make sure you’re able to get the right mileage to suit your requirements. By talking to us, that’s what Explore Norfolk UK will give you. I’ve now added a few more options to the combined Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail which, if you don’t want to walk too far each day, will enable you to enjoy yourself without worrying about whether you’ll make it to the end of the day and reach your accommodation!
Take a look at the new walking packages here.