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.