Shoppers walking on London Street in Norwich city centre View of the Norfolk fields Cromer's Blue Flag beach Colourful houses along the river Wensum in Norwich Large boulder sea defence on Sea Palling beach The Granary at Wells-next-the-Sea quay Wells-next-the-Sea Quay Sandy path through the sand dunes at Sea Palling Bright coloured market stalls at Norwich market at night time Sea Palling sand and sea defences

Blue Flag beaches, beautiful countryside and a bustling city, Norfolk has it all.

There’s plenty to do year round in Norfolk. Take a weekend break to the medieval city of Norwich and wander the Royal Arcades or quirky Norwich lanes. The city hosts a wealth of high street shopping, bars and restaurants. Norwich city is the proud holder of ‘purple flag status’, which is awarded by the national accreditation scheme for town and city centres and nightlife. It’s a prestigious recommendation of the cities nightlife.

Venturing beyond Norwich is also very rewarding, there’s a multitude of market towns to visit amongst the countryside. Or why not take a trip to the coast.  Norfolk’s stunning coastline and many seaside gems are just waiting to be discovered.


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Norfolk’s rich heritage

Norfolk’s history is unique and varied. Many of histories greats have graced these streets, from Queen Boadicca’s Iceni Tribe as far back as 43 AD to naval hero Horatio Nelson who has often been named the greatest sea warrior in British history. When arriving in Norfolk, look out for the signs with ‘Nelson’s County’.

Much of the county’s medieval history can be seen in Norwich city through its abundance of cathedral spires, churches and the well-known Norwich castle which was originally built as a Royal palace some 900 years ago! You don’t have to stray far from the city centre to stumble upon further reminders of its unique history, surviving sections of the old city wall are littered around town and make quite the tourist attraction.

Off to the north, wealthy landowners have left behind a legacy of stately homes; Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall and Sandringham, to name a few. Nowadays these historic houses can be explored by taking a walk around the rolling acres of parkland and marvelling at the magnificent gardens. This can be enjoyed what ever the season.


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The Nest is a lovely little annexe

The Nest is a lovely little annexe next to The Barn where the owners and their dogs live. It has everything that you need and is in a perfect location, just a short walk from the High Street and Wells Quay. It is also 30 seconds walk from the friendliest pub, The Bowling Green Inn. Highly recommend this place and would...

Sophie (03/03/19) (London)