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Hotels in Sheringham

Hotels in Sheringham

Sheringham was once a small fishing village but today it’s a traditional seaside town and a popular holiday destination. Located on the beautiful north Norfolk coast, it has an award-winning blue flag beach, with sand at low tide and pebbles at high tide.

Some of Norfolk's Best Beaches

Some of Norfolk's Best Beaches

Summer, spring, autumn or winter, a visit to Norfolk wouldn’t be complete without a trip to one of the county’s stunning beaches. Whether you are looking for a beach to soak up the sun, build sandcastles, fly a kite, wear the kids out, take a paddle, walk the dog or enjoy a romantic stroll, there are plenty of choices and terrains in Norfolk. From vast sandy stretches to rock pools and dunes, breath in the fresh sea air and enjoy Norfolk’s unspoilt coastline.

Gardens to Visit in Norfolk

Gardens to Visit in Norfolk

There are many beautiful gardens to visit across Norfolk that can offer visitors inspiration for planting and designing their own garden. Enjoy classic formal gardens such as those at Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall to more contemporary styles such as East Ruston Gardens and the gardens at Pensthorpe Natural Park; there is a garden for every conceivable taste and style in Norfolk.

Norfolk Holidays

Norfolk Holidays

Are you wondering where’s the best place to stay in Norfolk? There is a vast range of holiday accommodation in Norfolk, from luxury boutique hotels, B&B accommodation, campsites, holiday river cruisers, and holiday parks to inns and pubs, self-catering cottages ttages and hostels. Whatever type of accommodation you are looking for, you are sure to find it in Norfolk. Choose from coastal destinations, riverside settings, quaint market towns to country retreats and city centre locations – Norfolk has holiday accommodation to suit every conceivable taste and budget.

Cromer Hotels

Cromer Hotels

Perched on the edge of the north Norfolk coast, Cromer is probably most famous for its delicious crabs, wide open beaches and skies and its iconic pier and end of the pier variety show. A traditional seaside town with many locally owned and run shops, Cromer has a rich fishing heritage and a proud and strong relationship with the RNLI. The Henry Blogg Museum on Cromer’s promenade offers a fascinating insight into the service’s history and is worth a visit.

The Best Places in Norfolk for Open-Air Movies in 2019

The Best Places in Norfolk for Open-Air Movies in 2019

Luckily Norfolk is one of the UK’s driest counties, so it’s a great part of the country to enjoy outdoor cinema. With many warm and sunny evenings ahead, it’s worth taking full advantage of the upcoming balmy weather (fingers tightly crossed); nothing beats watching a movie under the stars. From cinematic classics, to modern day blockbusters and family favourites, there are a wide range of films showing outdoors this summer in Norfolk.

Go Crabbing in Norfolk

Go Crabbing in Norfolk

Norfolk is a crabbing hotspot, and even has an annual crabbing competition in Cromer, this year taking place on Sunday 25th August 2019 on Cromer Pier. Crabbing or gillying, as it is often referred to in Norfolk, is a fun activity, suitable for the whole family and particularly popular during the summer months.

Ways to Wear the Kids Out this Half Term in Norfolk

Ways to Wear the Kids Out this Half Term in Norfolk

With half term fast approaching, it’s a good time to start planning ways to wear the kids out in Norfolk. There are many places in the county where you can take the kids or grandkids to let off steam, get some fresh air and exercise and get them away from their phones, games consoles, TVs and tablets!

Afternoon Tea in Norfolk

Afternoon Tea in Norfolk

There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea - Henry James

Hotels in Norwich

Hotels in Norwich

The medieval and charming city of Norwich attracts visitors from around the globe, from an overnight stay, to those enjoying a weekend city break or a longer holiday. With so much to see and do, Norwich makes a great holiday destination, steeped in history with an abundance of ancient buildings, including a beautiful cathedral and a Norman castle, many visitor attractions, excellent shopping, restaurants and walks. Climb aboard Norwich’s open top sightseeing bus or explore the city on foot either on your own or book a guided tour.

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