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Featured Properties

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South Creake, Central Rural

  • Sleeps:12
  • Bedrooms:6
  • Changeover:Flexi
  • Pets:Yes

Originally three medieval cottages which were combined to create a farm house…

£453.00 pw
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Mays Way Flat

Burnham Overy Staithe, Central Coastal

  • Sleeps:2
  • Bedrooms:1
  • Changeover:Fri
  • Pets:No

Mays Way Flat is a newly built first floor apartment adjoining Fishers Lodge.…

£420.00 pw
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Crescent Cottage

Cromer, NE Coastal

  • Sleeps:5
  • Bedrooms:3
  • Changeover:Flexi
  • Pets:Yes

Crescent Cottage is a classic seaside cottage right in the centre of Cromer but…

£550.00 pw
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Pimpernel Cottage

Blakeney , Central Coastal

  • Sleeps:2
  • Bedrooms:1
  • Changeover:Flexi
  • Pets:Yes

Pimpernel Cottage is a stylish and bijou one bedroom bolt hole - formerly a…

Kett Event Guide

There are many things to do in Norfolk when you visit on your holiday. Norfolk is a place that offers something for everyone, and that’s reflected in the huge range of events taking place throughout the year across the county. With festivals, concerts, game fairs and markets, to the more unique celebrations like the Cromer Crab Festival, there’s never a dull moment.

Whatever the weather, there are events and attractions to suit all pockets and interests. From zoos to festivals, fairs and historic houses. The county is a great place to participate in many outdoor activities and sports, with the coast and broads both offering opportunities to go boating, sailing, kayaking, fishing, rock-pooling and more. For music lovers there are events like Cromer COAST art & literary festival, for film lovers there is Films Under the Stars at Holkham, and for animal lovers the Sandringham Horse Driving Trials in June.

Some visitors come to Norfolk so that they can attend a specific event, others like to know what’s going on while on holiday. So, we have pulled together The Kett Event Guide which highlights the more interesting things to do over the forthcoming weeks. Check back later to see more events added throughout the year.

If you require any advice on a particular event or in finding the perfect cottage for an event you are attending in the area, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Kett’s team of local expertise who are always happy to offer advice and guidance.

Why not share your adventures and days out on our Facebook page?

Happy exploring!

23/02/2018 - 24/02/2018

The Seething StarParty

Seething Observatory

Start time: 19:30, talk starts at 20.00

Mark Shepherd will be delivering his (in)famous “What’s up in the Night Sky?” talk, a timely, relevant and delivered with great gusto.

Learn what to observe in February and March

  • Admission is Adults £3.00
  • Adult members £2.00
  • All Children £1.50

14/02/2018 - 28/02/2018

Kings Lynn Mart

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn comes to life with ‘all the fun of the fair’ over two weeks, starting on February 14 (Valentines Day), in the Tuesday Market Place.

This is normally the first funfair in the Showmen’s calendar and is often a place where new rides are tried out and old favourites brought out from storage.

Dating back 500 years ago, Kings Lynn originally had two important trading  marts which has become more of a fun fair.

27/02/2018 - 04/03/2018

Snowdrop Walk at Walsingham Abbey

Walsingham Abbey

Walsingham Abbey Snowdrop walk – open daily from 27 January 10am-4pm, to Sunday 4th March 2018

Admission Adult £5.00. Child 6-16 £2.50

Season tickets From  £15.00

18 acres of woodland carpeted in snowdrops!  Click here for full details.

Entrance through The Walsingham Estate Office, 10 Common Place, Little Walsingham NR22 6BP

08/02/2018 - 11/03/2018

Swan feeds at WWT Welney Wetland Centre

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Enjoy an afternoon at one of the ‘winter wild swan feeds’ from the comfort of a centrally-heated hide. Watch as the birds ready themselves for a feed – swans and ducks wait for the guide to appear. Listen to the live commentary and enjoy close-up views of whooper and mute swans. The guide is on hand to answer any questions you may have.