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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Baconsthorpe Castle is hidden deep in the tranquil North Norfolk countryside. This is the ruin of a fortified manor house which is supposedly haunted
Happisburgh Lighthouse is one of the most recognised lighthouses in the UK with its red and white stripes. Climb to the top on an Open Day!
Blakeney Point is one of North Norfolk’s most iconic landmarks with its infamous seals, nesting birds and recognisable old lifeboat house. A must-see visit
Sheringham beach lies on the North Norfolk coast. It boast a clean beach, rock pools, promenade, independent eateries and a lifeboat station
Swaffham Norfolk is a Georgian market town in South-West Norfolk with a vibrant Saturday Market, independent shops and an beautiful church
Explore many Norfolk gardens on charity open days throughout the year. From snowdrop walks to an abundance of colour in borders to ancient walled enclosures
Dog Friendly Norfolk Guide, including pet friendly beaches, accommodation, walks and events. We love your dogs!
Dog Friendly Accommodation Suggestions in Norfolk including dog friendly hotels, pubs, self catering cottages, lodges and chalets
Gooderstone Water Gardens, a stone’s throw away from Oxburgh Hall is peace, tranquillity, serenity and beauty all in one! Totally relax for an hour or two here
Foxley Norfolk, home to one of the most spectacular bluebell woods in UK run by Norfolk Wildlife Trust. The largest remaining block of ancient wood in Norfolk