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.
Burnham Market, Norfolk
A beautifully quiet and calm retreat, close to the hustle and bustle of Norfolk’s loveliest village, Wright’s Barn is a very well-appointed cottage with a sunny, private and fully-enclosed courtyard garden, tucked away behind high gates.
A unique two-bedroom retreat in a lovely rural location in the grounds of Snettisham House. The house is luxurious and beautifully furnished, with an enclosed garden, and ten minutes’ walk to the local pub and shops. The Queen’s residence at Sandringham is just a ten minute drive away.
Situated in an enviable position at the edge of Salthouse village with stunning views across to the dunes and the sea to the front and unspoilt countryside to the rear, Fridays Barn provides very spacious accommodation for a family, couples or a group of friends looking for a coastal escape at any time of the year.