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Beachcombing in Norfolk

Norfolk. Home to seals, migrant birds and deer. But did you know you can also find mammoth’s here? You might need to do some digging, but our coastline is known for discovering a mixture of interesting finds, from Cretaceous fossils, such as echinoids, branchiopods to the bones of Ice Age mammals – the best location… Read more »

Top 5 places to eat in Norfolk

We are really spoilt with the variety of fresh produce grown and produced in Norfolk, and we have some very talented chefs to cook up a real feast. Most of the pubs also feature guest ales from many of Norfolk’s craft breweries like Moon Gazer, The Squirrel’s Nuts and Spudwiser! Enjoy a proper country pub… Read more »

Norfolk Winter Wildlife

Norfolk has an abundance of winter wildlife throughout the year. Winter is a season of great joy and now is the time to see some truly wonderful wildlife. Most famous for its bird watching landscapes and seal pup arrivals, here’s a round up of the types of wildlife to look for this season. What to… Read more »

Seasonal markets and Christmas light switch ons

Discover Norfolk this festive season and you won’t be disappointed. You can still enjoy the beaches, with a much quieter atmosphere and great for unique photography opportunities. For budding Sir David Attenboroughs, it’s a chance to catch a glimpse at seasonal wildlife; the first seal pub of 2017 has already been born at Blakeney Point… Read more »

Wonderful winter weekend breaks

It’s the time of year that inspiration for seasonal breaks and winter wonderlands are rife. Come and explore a different side to Norfolk, with its glistening seascapes and autumnal walks through the golden fallen leaves of picture-perfect rural Norfolk. Things to do in Norfolk over winter: Christmas Markets: A great showcase of local talents, perfect… Read more »

Spooky Norfolk

Well, it’s Friday 13th and with Halloween not too far away, it’s time to explore all things spooky in Norfolk! Norwich Ghost Walks Follow the Man in Black and his team of phantoms for a twitchy two hour walk around historical Norwich, will you spot a ghouls or ghost? Listen to the fascinating history of… Read more »

Can you have your Norfolk cake and eat it?

Quite simply, yes. Not only is Norfolk one of the most attractive counties in the UK but it also has the potential to offer some great investment returns to second home owners. From contemporary living to traditional chalk clump cottages; from seaside boltholes to unspoiled rural views; Norfolk offers a fabulous home from home all… Read more »

Hunstanton Tennis Tournament

The familiar sound of tennis ball against racquet is a sure sign of summer and what better place to hold the the annual tennis Tournament than beautiful  coastal town of Hunstanston (or sunny Hunny to locals!).  There will be plenty of activity going on across the 38 grass courts, a full week of excitement, nervous… Read more »

Norfolk summer fairs, festivals and carnivals

Every summer, North Norfolk hosts a variety of fun events for all the family to enjoy. Yes it’s carnival season! If you’re planning a holiday to Norfolk or are lucky enough to already be in the county – here are the must-see events this summer. 22 July – 23 July, Holkham Country Fair Set in… Read more »

Award Nomination – voting now open!

As an established agency dedicated to holiday cottages in Norfolk, we are proud to have been nominated for the prestige British Travel Awards for Best Holiday Cottage/Self Catering Booking Company 2017. And we need your support! The awards are decided by public voting until 30th September 2017, so it would be great to have the support… Read more »