What’s going on up in north Norfolk at the moment I hear you cry?
Well, to be honest, not a lot apart from the obvious….snow, that is!! Everyone has been affected by it, a fair few have been moaning about it and some of us are loving it! I have been wondering what it is that makes some of us love something that many people seem to hate.
I love this time of year because it is so quiet, so beautiful with the snow and I can hunker down in front of a roaring fire with no need to make excuses!
My children love it because they get to play outside, get snowy, go sledding (yes, there are hills up here!) and get soaked and muddy! And then they can come in, get warm and play with all the toys they got for Christmas!
My happy hound loves it for pretty much the same reasons as my children, as well as eating the snowballs that he catches….
All in all, north Norfolk is a perfect place to be at this time of year – even in this weather. Maybe because of this weather. So why not try it? Book one of our lovely holiday cottages in north Norfolk and find out for yourself why it is so special.
Worried about accessibility? Despite all the stories, the main roads have been pretty clear for the most part. So, even if you need to get somewhere, we have plenty of properties that let you enjoy the good bits of the snowy weather, without the hassle. Grove Farm Barns, just off the main King’s Lynn to Fakenham road, is in a prestigious private development converted to a high specification and has a 5 star English Tourist Board rating. Sleeping 8, it has a wood burner, central heating included, a large enclosed garden to build snowmen in and pets are welcome – the whole family would be happy!
Or maybe you and yours specifically don’t want to be accessible - to anyone – for a whole week! We can help with that too….Boxes at Wiveton would fit the bill perfectly. Sleeping 10, this family home is perfect for cosy wintery days with its huge fireplace and comfy seating in the large open plan living area, separate Play Room for the kids and plenty of outside space. There are fantastic views of rolling hills right to the sea, with plenty of room for children and dogs to play safely and perfect for sledding!
However you want to enjoy the snow, come on up to north Norfolk – the weather is bootiful!