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Days Out

We have an abundance of great Country Estates to explore and enjoy in Norfolk. We’ll start with the Queen’s holiday home of ​Sandringham​, the house and gardens are open to the public from March to October. ​Holkham Hall​ is one of my favourite places to visit, they hold events throughout the year March – October, have an amazing playground, delicious café and bikes to hire. ​Houghton Hall​ is open May – September and is known for its outdoor sculpture collection. Other estates include ​Blickling Hall​, ​Felbrigg Hall​, ​Sheringham Park​ and ​Wiveton Hall​.

Beans Seal Trips​ ​is a dog/child friendly day out. The boats depart from Morston Quay daily and the time is dependent on the tides, it really is a wonderful way to see these beautiful animals. The seal pupping season is from November – February.

North Norfolk Railway​ The Poppy Line has steam and diesel trains that run from Sheringham, Weybourne and Holt, it’s a great way to see the coastline.

Beaches – We are completely spoilt for choice from Hunstanton all the way round to Cromer… There is a great guide of ​Norfolks 9 best beaches​ for different activities and all the beaches are connected by the Coastal Path which you can access via the ​Norfolk Trails​ site.

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