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Marshview Dairy, Heacham, comprises a dog friendly campsite, 3 B&B’s and a self-catering converted barn, overlooking fields and a 2 min walk to the beach
Sea Palling beach is popular, but never too over crowded. Awarded the Blue Flag status for several years, this is the perfect family friendly beach.
Sculthorpe Moor is a haven for bird watchers. Managed by the Hawk and Owl Trust, this small nature reserve is designed with the visitor and conservation in mind
Happisburgh Norfolk is famous for its red and white lighthouse overlooking the beach. This UK beach is unspoilt and quietly hidden away down a small rural lane
Oxburgh Hall is one of Norfolk’s stunning stately homes. This magical setting and impressive Hall is one of the National Trust’s most beautiful houses
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
Holkham Hall is a magnificent Palladian Mansions in North Norfolk. Spend a whole day here admiring the Hall, the walled garden and the beautiful grounds
Holt Country Park is a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of the North Norfolk coastline. Pretty woodland walks, dog friendly, an excellent day out
Houghton Hall is one of the most outstanding stately homes in Norfolk. Experience its unique history, the stunning interior and its glorious grounds
Norfolk in Spring will delight both young and old. Feeding new born lambs, pond dipping, bluebells, attending a spring festivals or an Easter egg hunt