Rocky Bottoms Seafood Restaurant just off the coast road at East Runton is worth a visit. The seafood is delicious and the surroundings are a delight.
Reasons to visit North Norfolk for a great holiday experience.
Get out and walk in North Norfolk. Christmas provides a welcome break when you can get down to the coast and blow the cobwebs away.
What could be nicer than enjoying a coffee and cake in the Art Cafe at Glandford and then wandering into BIRDscapes next door to look at the wonderful paintings. I do it regularly and thoroughly recommend the practice.
Eric's Fish & Chips is a new restaurant beside the coast road at Thornham in North Norfolk. The fish and chips are fried in the traditional way using beef dripping rather than oil. Delicious!
Metro telling us something we already knew: Norfolk is the best county in which to live.
Situated in the idyllic village of Salthouse on the North Norfolk Heritage Coast, Sea Watch House is the perfect holiday rental to enjoy with friends & family Source: Welcome -…
In May, something dark and mysterious is going to happen at the National Trust's Felbrigg Hall near Cromer in North Norfolk. As part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, the landscape theatre company, WildWorks, will be presenting Wolf's Child. This production is described as a "grown-up fairy tale." Tickets are available now from the Festival website.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Nick Acheson presents a new video about the North Norfolk Salthouse to Cley reserve. There is a quick glimpse of the new Simon Aspinall Centre presently under construction. The video certainly makes you want to visit now that spring is coming in fast.
This is another bumper year for seal pups at Blakeney Point. Dave Byford's excellent video provides a close-up of some of the seals and provides a view of the beautiful environment in which they live.
Of the many eateries in Wells in North Norfolk, The Globe Inn comes out a clear winner for me. The recent refurbishment has been a great success and this is a comfortable and relaxing place to dine. The menu is varied, and The Globe serves excellently prepared and presented food made with locally sourced produce. Try The Globe when you are next in Wells - it must rate as one of the best North Norfolk pubs.