The North Norfolk landscape is one of the most varied in the country. You will find gently rolling countryside, flat salt marsh and even a ridge of heath upland, left at the end of the last ice age. Whatever you like, you will find it in North Norfolk.
North Norfolk is not short of establishments where you can dine at a reasonable cost. Our local pub the Vernon Arms is within walking distance and a short drive will take you to Roughton which is renowned for its Fish and Chips restaurant.
The Nature Reserve comprises 12.4 hectares of woodland, reeds, grass and rare wild flowers, in Lower Southrepps village. The diverse habitats support an exceptional range of species and carry 'Site of Special Scientific Interest' and Special Area of Conservation' status. An 800 metre boardwalk is loved by adults and children alike, and provides wheelchair access to the most important parts of the site. Visit website HERE
Cromer, perched on the very edge of the north Norfolk coast, is famous for its tasty crabs, wide open beaches, a traditional pier complete with a theatre providing seaside special variety shows and is awash with small local independent shops.
er and its Pier
A busy, mainly residential, North Norfolkmarket town. Flemish weavers came and settled in North Walsham in the 13th and 14th centuries, helping it become the heart of the woollen and weaving industry.
Tourists from all over the world visit the Norfolk Broads to have fantastic holidays on a hire boat or to sample some delicious food from one of the many waterside pubs and restaurants.