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Positioned centrally within a vibrant historical market town, there are several amenities on the doorstep including pubs, cafes, tea rooms, restaurants, takeaways, butchers, bakeries and a variety of independent shops. The town boasts its own museum with downloadable audio walking tours in which the property features at #8. Past residents include some of the first Pilgrim Fathers who travelled to settle in the United States of America. Explore the narrow streets, quaint alleys, fine Georgian and Victorian architecture. Further explore cycle routes, tennis courts, golf courses, nature walks, fishing, museums, steam trains, vineyards and breweries are all close by. Venture a little further afield for castles, sailing, beaches, theatres, Royal Sandringham, the National Holy Shrine of Walsingham and Norwich, which is just 40 mins away for city night life #TOPONorfolk

Plan your holiday on your own or include transportation with a guide and evening activities and meals organised by arrangement and at an extra cost per person. SEE OUR SAMPLE ITINERARY

Day 1: Half day or Full day Tour of 1-3 Vineyards, spending 2 hours per location with the tasting of 3 to 5 wines/sparkling wines at each Winery. Enjoy a delicious alfresco lunch with local cheeses and charcuterie, afternoon tea with beautiful views, followed by a special private dinner at The Old Post Office. Evening: Live Pianist 

Day 2: Visit to Sandringham House, the country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. Includes two course lunch and tours of Sandringham House, Museum, Gardens and 16th century Parish Church of St Mary’s Magdalene with its hosts of carved and painted angels and its many Royal memorials. Agatha Christie afternoon tea at The Beechwood Hotel, the author’s summer residence Evening: English Gin tasting with tea infused cocktails

Day 3: Scenic steam train journey on The Poppy Line from Sheringham across the coast to Wybourne and through the heathland to Holt with North Norfolk Railway, described by the Daily Telegraph as one of the UK's great five heritage railways. Evening: Fresh oysters on the beach

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Guest Comments

Just wow. Stayed for the weekend for a Hen Do - this place is simply stunning from top to bottom & Claire is the loveliest host. Nothing was too much trouble from answering the any questions we threw ...

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