North Norfolk

North Norfolk is as surprising as it is beautiful. The coast and countryside is stunningly wild and open, the big skies and vistas are breathtaking and the extraordinary light and colours seem to change in front of your eyes. Holkham beach is unbeatable, Blakeney and Cley marshes are special, walking options are plentiful.

Even though it can be easy to find a sense of isolation, the area is becoming increasingly renowned for its food offering. From Wiveton Hall to the Gunton Arms, North Norfolk is chock-full of gastro pubs, delis, seafood shacks, farm cafés, fish’n’chips, smokehouses, homegrown veg/egg stalls, proper butchers and fishmongers, even a strawberry hut two minutes walk from Sharrington Hall – so you can eat and drink to your heart’s content, staying in or heading out.

There are also the glorious stately homes and gardens, the pretty villages, Blakeney Point seal trips, birdwatching, wondrous stargazing, huge sunsets, country lane cycling, coastal steam train rides, boating on the Norfolk Broads, ancient churches, antique-hunting, boutique shopping in Burnham Market, Holt art galleries, culture festivals, outdoor concerts...

To help you make the best of all this (and more!) that North Norfolk has to offer, we provide our own personally edited mini-guide for you on arrival.

  • North Norfolk marsh
  • Bark details
  • Norfolk Mussels
  • Norfolk beach
  • Norfolk Coast
  • Plums
  • Norfolk marsh 01
  • Norfolk beach 01
  • norfolk beach 02
  • Norfolk beach 04
  • Norfolk Sky
  • norfolk coast 01
  • Steam train
  • blossom
  • Norfolk Strawberries
  • Norfolk beach 05
  • Country House
  • Moss
  • Norfolk beach 06
  • Norfolk coast 02

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