Local area

There’s a whole load of fun & beautiful things to see and do in the local area, but here’s a handpicked selection of just some of our favourites.

Burnham Market

Situated just over a mile away from the stunning North Norfolk coast, Burnham Market is a vibrant village with a wonderful selection of independent local shops, delis & galleries.

NORTH NORFOLK COAST

The 45 mile stretch of the glorious North Norfolk coastline comprises of award-winning beaches full of nature, wildlife & activities such as kite-surfing.

HOLKHAM HALL & ESTATE

This magnificent 18th Palladian style country house is the opulent home to the Earls of Leicester, surrounded by gorgeous parkland & beautiful views.

BLAKENEY SEAL TRIPS

Hop on a boat & take a trip to Blakeney Point, famous for its bird life & home to England’s largest Grey Seal colony. It’s got our seal of approval.

Wells harbour tour

Explore an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and visit Wells Harbour, one of the great ports of eastern England in the Tudor times.

TITCHWELL NATURE RESERVE

A nature reserve in the heart of North Norfolk’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Titchwell Marsh is a fantastic haven for bird watchers.

PENSTHORPE NATURAL PARK

Enjoy the perfect family day out at Norfolk’s ‘Best Large Attraction’ where you can explore 700 acres of woodland walks & lakes, along with a series of beautiful gardens & indoor / outdoor playing areas.

HUNSTANTON GOLF CLUB

Host to many British leading amateur golf tournaments, this 18-hole golf club is a must for any golfing enthusiast.

WEST NORFOLK GOLF CLUB

This atmospheric links course is set on the North Norfolk Coast & one of the Top 100 Golf Courses of Britain.

ROYAL CROMER GOLF CLUB

Enjoy some of the best views of the spectacular coast, mixed with great elevation changes at this 18 hole golf course.

WATATUNGA WILDLIFE RESERVE

Situated amongst 170 acres of woodland, grassland, & lakes, Watatunga is Norfolk’s stunning new wildlife reserve that provides a unique environment for over twenty types of ungulate & rare bird species. To gain access to the reserve, you’ll need to go via a guided tour & we recommended booking in advance!