Norwich takes some beating when it comes to shopping. Independent stores stand shoulder to shoulder with well-known high street retailers in a compact setting that is easily explored on foot. With two extensive shopping malls, large department stores, many independent boutiques and one of the largest outdoor markets in the UK, it is no wonder Norwich is considered one of the best places to visit in the country for a spot of retail therapy.
Read about some of Norwich’s most important dates in history, including when Norwich Castle, Norwich Cathedral and other historic and important buildings were built. When the Black Death reached Norwich, Kett’s Rebellion and when devasting fires hit the city. See important dates in history for Jarrold Department Store, Colman’s Mustard, The University of East Anglia, Norwich International Airport and Norwich City Football Club.
Curlew in Brancaster is a spacious, four-bedroom house semi-detached house which is quietly located in a cul-de-sac and offers relaxed accommodation just a few minutes drive from Brancaster beach and in easy walking distance of The Ship pub/restaurant and the well-stocked village shop. The house has an enclosed garden to the rear and a garden room with doors which open up onto a decked area which provides a safe family space.
South Creake, Norfolk
A pretty, traditional brick and flint cottage in a quiet road in the village of South Creake. It has recently been beautifully furnished and equipped. The elegant sitting room has a wood burning stove for chilly winter months. There is also an attractive, secure garden.
An idyllic, romantic rural retreat for two with fabulous views of unspoilt countryside, and only eight miles from the coast.