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Places to Visit in North Norfolk Blickling Estate and The Cromer Treasure Hunt Trail are listed below.
21 Results In Or Near North Norfolk
10.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover a fantastic day out at Blickling Estate Blicking Hall hosts an exciting range of stunning landscaped gardens, peaceful parterres and imposing Jacobean mansion, to create a lovely day out. Explore the sixteen rooms of this house (which has been called home by everyone from the Boleyn family to the RAF) including the lovely Long Gallery which has one of the most important book collections in the country. The National Trust has also put on an excellent display of how life was abov...
10.5 miles from centre of North Norfolk
This self-guided Treasure Hunt exploration takes you on a real-life adventure through the heart of Cromer. Hunt high and low to solve the sneaky clues along the
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Sitting on the stunning North Norfolk coast, this pretty inn dates back to the 16th century, and it remains an enticing location for visitors who want a comfortable place to stay and an excellent meal. Mixing modern style with rustic chic, The Chequers Inn has a friendly and relaxed ambience that appeals to locals and visitors.
10.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover a fantastic day out at Blickling Estate A short drive from the sandy beaches of Norfolk, the Blickling estate has long been one of the county's top attractions. Once the home of the Boleyn family, the estate stretches across almost 5000 acres, its grand Jacobean house looming over sweeping parkland. Get hold of a map of the walks on the estate and set off to discover lost buildings or join up with the Weaver's Way which runs across parts of the estate. The garden has interes...
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Heacham Manor's Mulberry Spa offers a truly relaxing experience. The highly trained therapists deliver treatments from Temple Spa, for total relaxation.
5.7 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover one of Britain's best Landscape parks, with woodland walks and stunning coastal views Sheringham Park gardens were designed by Humphry Repton in 1812, and are one of his outstanding achievements. The large woodland garden is particularly famous for its spectacular display of rhododendrons and azaleas (flowering in May-June). There are stunning views of the north Norfolk coast and countryside from the viewing towers and many delightful waymarked walks through the park and matur...
7.0 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Amidst acres of gorgeous parkland, Holkham Hall is unique with stunning architecture, amazing art, original furniture and classical statuary. This 18th-century Palladian house is an enticing treasure trove and, above all, still very much a lived-in family home.
11.1 miles from centre of North Norfolk
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The restaurant at The Grove Cromer opened in 2011 serving locally produced seasonal food to both residents and non-residents alike. In 2014, The Grove was awarded two rosettes for culinary excellence and these were retained in 2016. Norfolk is famed for it's wealth of natural produce and The Grove has always tried to put this at its forefront. Seasonal dishes include Gunton venison, Hevingham chicken, seafood fished out of Lowestoft and Colchester, as well as crabs and lobsters caught daily...
10.5 miles from centre of North Norfolk
As visitors walk through the wrought-iron gates at Holkham Walled Garden, they are transported to a calm and beautiful scene, filled with flowers, vegetables and fruits. The Victorian greenhouses are a delight, and there is also a vineyard, as well as resident chickens and bees.
19.9 miles from centre of North Norfolk
The history of The Lifeboat Inn goes back more than 500 years, and this hotel, restaurant and bar has been welcoming visitors for centuries. Set on the North Norfolk coast, once visitors step inside The Lifeboat Inn, the heritage of the place simply stands out.
9.1 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the beautiful Felbrigg Hall in the heart of East Anglia Felbrigg Hall is one of the finest 17th century houses in East Anglia, with its original 18th century collection of furniture, mainly English and French, and one of the largest collections of Grand Tour paintings by a single artist. The outstanding library, with Gothic bookcases, has a collection of leather bound books. The restored Walled Garden has a working dovecote and the National Collection of Colchicums. The orange...
3.8 miles from centre of North Norfolk
The Muckleburgh Military Collection has over 150 working tanks, guns and vehicles, in addition to thousands of smaller military exhibits. It tells the story of
2.2 miles from centre of North Norfolk
The Wiveton Bell is situated a mile from Blakeney, close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
8.1 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Enjoy a fantastic day out on the world's smallest public railway. Steam trains run regularly between the seaside town of Wells next the Sea and Walsingham, home of the well-known shrines and abbey. It's nostalgic, fun and a great experience for the whole family.
8.7 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Pensthorpe Natural Park has lots to delight and entertain for the whole family. There are five superb gardens that are a picture throughout the year, as well as 300 acres of parkland reserve. Visitors can observe the wildlife, and there are excellent play areas for the children, both indoors and out.
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Heacham Manor Hotel is the first golf hotel in the West Norfolk area, and the Championship length 18-hole golf course is a challenging course with some of the best greens in the area. The Course is designed in a links style and will challenge all levels of golfers. The natural features of the Heacham and Ringstead rivers run through the course and the design maximises these to their full potential, being an integral part of the 3rd, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th holes. The course also b...
8.7 miles from centre of North Norfolk
A unique inland nature reserve, with a variety of wildlife habitats and five unique gardens to explore, Pensthorpe Natural Park offers visitors the chance to get close to all sorts of wildlife. Coupled with indoor and outdoor award-winning play areas for children, the park offers a mixture of nature, fun and exploration for families of all ages and generations.
9.1 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the beautiful Felbrigg Hall in the heart of East Anglia The 17th century Felbrigg Hall has a delightful walled garden, combining productive and ornamental gardening. Fruit and vegetables abound and provide fresh produce for the restaurant. Espaliered fruit trees, vines and figs trained on the old brick walls while beds contain dahlias, roses and herbaceous plantings as well as herbs. The ornamental pond is surrounded by lavender `Hidcote´, very popular with bees from the hives...
7.1 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Climb aboard the Poppy Line, North Norfolk The Poppy Line runs from the Victorian resort of Sheringham along the coast to Weybourne and up through the heathland to the Georgian town of Holt. Superb views of coast and country. Full-size mainline steam engines, 3 superbly restored stations, William Marriott Museum at Holt station, railway carriage home at Holt station, refreshments at all stations, picnic area, giftshop and buffet at Sheringham station. Steam trains most days April t...
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The Mulberry Restaurant at Heacham Manor Hotel was established in 2009 and is dedicated to celebrating the fantastic local produce on its doorstep. With an AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence, the Mulberry Restaurant's Chefs work to carefully curate menus for each season to represent the best of the county's offerings. Taking full advantage of Norfolk's delectable ingredients.
4.7 miles from centre of North Norfolk
On a medieval site surrounding a moated Tudor house, there are many different planting opportunities - from a working walled vegetable garden to a bog garden, f
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32.3 miles from centre of North Norfolk
The English Whisky Co. was England's first registered whisky distillery in over 100 years, nestled in the heart of Norfolk between Norwich and Newmarket.
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22.9 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Sandringham House, Her Majesty The Queen's private home, is set in 60 acres of beautiful gardens. All the main ground-floor rooms used by The Royal Family, containing absorbing collections of porcelain, jade and family portraits, are open to the public, as well as the fascinating Museum and the charming parish church.
30.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the romantic moated manor house, Oxburgh Hall Oxburgh Hall is a moated manor house with a magnificent Tudor gatehouse, built in 1482 by the Bedingfeld family, who still live there today. The rooms show how the house developed over the years from medieval to Victorian comfort, and include an outstanding display of embroidery by Mary Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick. The Kings Room is panelled and hung with tapestries and in a corner is an accessible priest´s hole. There are ...
48.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
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Sometimes called Kensington On Sea, Southwold attracts many folk who are looking for the ultimate English seaside experience. The Crown's crowded bar with yellow walls and high-backed pews serves lighter food while the more formal green dining room in the handsome hotel is where you'll find modern British dishes devised by executive head chef Tyler Torrance. Local produce gets Mediterranean twist in starters such as thinly sliced rare Sotherton fillet of beef with rocket, Parmesan and calamar...
50.1 miles from centre of North Norfolk
This long-established, beautiful parkland course is set in 150 acres of undulating Suffolk countryside. It is host to the Suffolk Amateur in 2019, and the course provides a challenge for all standards of golf. The clubhouse provides a warm welcome and a fabulous standard of catering.
23.6 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Since it opened in 1990, Strattons has been determined to make the best use possible of the seasonal produce that is available locally and in the wider Norfolk area. Eggs are from the hotel's own chickens and fruit is picked in the on-site orchard. All food is prepared on-site, and awards have been plenty over the years, for the food, wine, service and overall appeal.
48.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
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Sutherland House offers good food in comfortable, contemporary surroundings and is passionate about locally sourced, fresh food. Food miles are published against each item on the menu so pan fried mackerel with samphire, spinach and balsamic racks up 14 food miles, while the chef's signature rack of English lamb, butternut squash puree, crushed new potatoes and local vegetables has travelled just 4 miles to the plate with the veg sourced from the hotel's allotment up the road. Sutherland Hous...
29.3 miles from centre of North Norfolk
There's a lovely story behind the creation of Gooderstone Water Gardens near Swaffham in Norfolk. Retired farmer Billy Knights began creating the gardens at the age of 70 back in 1970 after his son joked that the land there was too wet for cattle to graze and only fit to be a water garden. Setting out his plans on the back of a piece of wallpaper, Billy's imagination was fired and he set about getting the diggers to work on the meadow. By the age of 93, he had created a haven for garden lover...
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23.1 miles from centre of North Norfolk
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The perfect base to explore the Norfolk countryside. The hotel boasts individually designed rooms and luxury suites. Despite its rural location and picturesque
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43.8 miles from centre of North Norfolk
This 3.5 acre walled garden dates back to around 1700 but was probably extended around in the 1760s. It's huge walls, one heated on the north side, are in good condition. The walled garden has a dividing wall down the middle that separates the vast kitchen garden with a smaller ornamental pleasure garden. The kitchen garden is unusual for containing an internal walled area designed to maximise the south facing aspect, and used to contain exotic (for the time) fruit such as pineapples. T...
22.5 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Situated in Norfolk and Suffolk, the Broads are one of the UK's 15 national parks. The Broads National Park is a top tourist attraction.
40.0 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the charming Gunby Hall and Gardens Gunby Hall and Gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds boasts 100 acres of parkland laid out in the style of Capability Brown. The estate once used to stretch as far as the coast at Skegness until land was sold to the earl of Scarborough. There's still plenty to enjoy here – grounds laid out in an informal style with Victorian walled and kitchen gardens, arboretum and carp pond. The story goes that the pond is haunted by the servant w...
58.0 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the facinating History of Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill Thousands of people flock to Anglesey Abbey, Garden and Lode Mill each January to March to witness the wonderful Snowdrop Festival that takes place annually in the Winter Garden and on the Woodland Walk. But there is plenty more to see here through the year. This hundred-acre garden, created from 1926 onwards by the first Lord Fairhaven, is a lovely and rather grand blend of 17th century French style and 18th cen...
42.3 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Formal gardens comprised of topiary, herbs, roses, box, fruit trees and wandering peacocks, guinea fowl and chickens nestle up to the Elizabethan manor house, with head-high yew hedges working as windbreaks, necessary in East Anglia which is a region known for its 'lazy winds'.
22.9 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Sandringham House, Her Majesty The Queen's private home, is set in 60 acres of beautiful gardens. All the main ground-floor rooms used by The Royal Family, containing absorbing collections of porcelain, jade and family portraits, are open to the public, as well as the fascinating Museum and the charming parish church.
51.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Helmingham Hall Gardens, the ancestoral home of the Tollemache family for the past 500 years, who enjoy sharing their passion for the beautiful gardens. Surrounded by the impressive Tudor moated Hall set in a 400 year old ancient deer park. Complimented by a wonderful balance of nature and the modern accents inspired by the current Lady Tollemache, a well-known garden designer and Chelsea Gold Medal Winner. There is a relaxed atmosphere for people to enjoy the serenity and tranquility of the ...
53.6 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Private tours through The Jockey Club Rooms can be organised on dates that fall outside of the racing calendar. These intriguing tours, which incorporate comical stories of rich and well known racing nobility, last approximately 90 minutes and can be orchestrated to incorporate lunch, evening tea or supper. Outside of our racing calendar we are happy to arrange exclusive bespoke tours of Newmarket for private groups via our affinity with Discover Newmarket. In the past these tours have no...
36.5 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Bressingham is South Norfolk's largest tourist attraction, for this is where founder Alan Bloom combined his his passion for plants and gardens with his love of steam! Bressingham now boats 4 railways, almost 20 acres of gardens, the Dad's Army museum, and many other interesting exhibits.
48.3 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Whatever time of day, the views across the sea and around the idyllic coastal bay of Southwold are stunning from our restaurant. Feel the waves lapping beneath your feet as you tuck into a fabulous feast, there's always fresh fish on the menu and a delightful range of platters to pick from. Alfresco dining is also available, sip a glass of beautiful wine in the gentle breeze of the sea and enjoy one of our classically prepared dishes. Where possible our food is locally sourced and always f...
46.3 miles from centre of North Norfolk
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Tuddenham Mill has been carefully and stylishly refurbished to provide a fabulous dining experience in a stunning setting. This traditional Suffolk watermill, close to Newmarket, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds, has a great ambience, and the passion of the team behind the restaurant is evident throughout.
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58.0 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the facinating History of Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill In stark contrast to its original purpose as an abbey for religious worship, this Jacobean-style mansion Its owner in the 1930s was the future Lord Fairhaven and he took on the house with the intention of making it a place to entertain guests, party a lot and generally live in pre-war luxury. Thus its contents now reflect the good life, with exquisite pieces of furniture, silver and tapestries adorning the house ...
40.0 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the charming Gunby Hall and Gardens Gunby Hall is a fine red brick house, dating from 1700 and extended in the 1870s, is situated in one of England´s most remote corners. Many of the rooms are panelled and there is a beautiful oak staircase. The house contains collections of family portraits, furniture and china. Also a model of a Napoleonic battleship made of mutton bones, gnawed into shape by prisoners of war, and an exhibition of Field Marshall Montgomery-Massingberd´s memo...
48.2 miles from centre of North Norfolk
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The Angel's award-winning selection of AA rosette food and drink, serving superb modern British cuisine. Our head chef continually surprises with a curious twist of something delicious, sourcing fresh local produce from surrounding market gardeners. The breads baked in house are testament to the care taken to achieve that special taste and there are 30 varieties of quality wines all served by the glass.
54.8 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Newmarket's two magical racecourses, The Rowley Mile and The July Course, together form a great venue in the East of England. But not only are they used for the exhilarating excitement of world class flat racing but you will also find pulsating music nights, great value family days, award-winning restaurants and exceptional conference and events facilities. Newmarket Racecourses host around 40 race days in the year – split between The Rowley Mile and The July Course. Highlights on The Rowley ...
30.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Discover the romantic moated manor house and gardens, Oxburgh Hall The Oxburgh Hall garden surrounds the wonderful moated Tudor manor house built in 1482 by the Bedingfeld family. Lawns fringed with fine trees, a Victorian parterre planted by Sir Henry Paston-Bedingfeld in the mid 19th century, lined with box and permanent plantings of Cineraria `Silver Dust´ and Ruta graveolens `Jackman´s Blue´. The dazzling summer bedding for the parterre included ageratums and French marigolds. The ...
50.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Ickworth makes an exception day out, with plenty to see for all the family. The Rotunda was built in the 18th century to house the treasures and artefacts collected by the 4th Earl of Bristol on his grand tours of Europe, and is quite something. The rather eccentric Hervey family continued to add to the collection for the next 200 years, and also built one the very first Italianate gardens in this country. Having explored the gardens and parkland, visitors can travel back to the 1930s...
50.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
Explore the architectural marvel of Ickworth House Ickworth House was created by the eccentric Earl of Bristol, with its central rotunda and curved corridors, to house his superb collection of paintings by Titian, Gainsborough, Reynolds and Velasquez, and a magnificent Georgian silver collection. In the drawing room are two fine Portugese pier glasses in heavy gilt Rococo. The house is surrounded by an Italian garden, an orangery and temple rose garden, and set in a Capability Brown p...
20.4 miles from centre of North Norfolk
With something for everyone to enjoy, Hoveton Hall Gardens has been open for over 25 years. The gardens were likely first planted in the early 19th century and over the years much thought, love and skill has gone into what you see today.
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