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Hi Suzy I just wanted to drop you a short note to say how much we enjoyed your book which I purchased for our recent holiday to Norfolk. It was really
This Felbrigg circular walk starts in Cromer. A wonderful 6 ½ mile undulating walk along the grounds of Felbrigg Hall, beech woodlands and peaceful tracks
We were delighted to see a group of about 100 seals on Horsey beach at 15.30. They were located about 2/3 of the way between Horsey Gap and the Crinkle
Coastal Walks in Norfolk are plentiful. Experience some of the best Norfolk coast walks with stunning beaches, cliff tops, salt marshes and wildlife
These Norfolk videos will give you a reason to visit Norfolk. With great beaches, nature reserves, stately homes and castle ruins, so much to see here.
Norfolk Coat B & B Cottages & Camping comprises a dog friendly campsite, 3 B&B’s, a self-catering converted barn, overlooking fields, 2 min walk to the beach
Mundesley beach still retains its old Victorian feel. A perfect child friendly beach with lifeguards in summer and a beach café on the promenade
Sheringham beach lies on the North Norfolk coast. It boast a clean beach, rock pools, promenade, independent eateries and a lifeboat station
We have been visiting the area for holidays ever year for the last 7 years. We love the area. We are quiet types, love nature and the countryside, and
After spotting a loan seal in the waters of Bacton, we thought we'd try and see them at Blakeney. Sadly due to covid restrictions we were unable to get