Short breaks are lovely but all too often you are just finding out what you need to know about the area when it’s time to leave. The pile of information leaflets left in your room in many B&Bs can look daunting and it can be difficult to assess whether attractions are worth visiting! We can tell you about the North Norfolk many visitors never see.

Let us take the organisational strain and share with you our extensive knowledge of the area that ranges from hidden beaches to the best tea shops.

We can suggest days out that will allow you to indulge your special interests, from gardens and historic houses to countryside walking and beautiful beaches.

Contact us about our ‘Barefoot in the Sand’ weeks where we can suggest the very best dates for wonderfully therapeutic beach walks.

We personally love flowers and can let you know where the best flowers can be seen – from snowdrops in February, bluebells and orchids in April/May, azaleas in May/June and old fashioned roses in June/July.

You can be met from the train, giving you the option of leaving your car at home. We have worked out some wonderful days out using our award winning public transport. In particular the Coasthopper Bus runs every half hour in the summer and hourly in the winter, giving you access to the beaches and villages all around the North Norfolk Coast and 43 miles of coastal path.

The exceptionally fine city of Norwich, with its Castle, cobbled street, museums, market and modern shopping centre is an hours train/bus ride away.

Wroxham, in the heart of the Broads, is a 35 minute train journey.

Cycle hire is available in the town.

Just contact us on booking if you would like some suggestions for days out. We are happy to email them to you, or simply sit down with us and discuss over a pot of tea when you arrive. We can provide you with information enabling you to enjoy yourselves in your own way.

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