Bumblebarn at Sheringwood, Beeston Regis in North Norfolk provides Alpaca walks. The animals can be led by both adults and young children. This is a very enjoyable way to spend an hour or two.
North Norfolk Steam Train at Kelling Fancy an amazing ride through the countryside of North Norfolk on a steam train bedecked with Christmas lights. What a great trip for children…
Lifeguard Flag - supervised bathing area between the flags The warmer weather will soon be here. I promise! So, get the bathing costumes, the suntan oil and the beach…
2018: a very successful tourist season for North Norfolk.
The Ship Inn at Weybourne serves excellent food in very pleasant surroundings. It is advisable to book for Sunday lunch.
With its wide open spaces and numerous footpaths, Norfolk is a great county for dog owners where you and your pet can get plenty of fresh Norfolk air and some healthy exercise.
If you are having to furnish or equip a holiday home in Cromer, Sheringham, Blakeney or another of North Norfolk’s lovely towns or villages, why not put your philanthropy hat…
It has been announced that the first section of the England Coast Path in North Norfolk is to be opened later this year. It will run for approximately 25 miles between the villages of Sea Palling and Weybourne, passing through the popular coastal resorts of Mundesley, Cromer and Sheringham. This is great news for walkers and the businesses along the route.
Between the late 1800's and the end of the First World War North Norfolk was a holiday playground of the very wealthy. It also attracted great artists, writers and even royalty. The appeal of the area waned after the War and it did not see a major resurgence in popularity until the 1970's. Today it is one of the most popular areas of the UK for traditional seaside holidays.
The North Norfolk Railway - also known as the Poppy Line - is one of the county's favourite tourist attractions. The engineers that maintain the engines and rolling stock are mainly volunteers, as are the staff in the station shops, restaurants and booking offices. Thousands of tourists visit the stations and ride the steam trains from Sheringham to Weybourne and Holt each year.