Things to do in Norfolk
List of things to do and places to visit in North Norfolk
Where to stay & Eat in North Norfolk
Standing at the head of the Village Green, this outstanding Norfolk Country pub/restaurant combines traditional period features with stunning modern-day comfort and luxury hotel accommodation.
The Hoste Arms Manor was originally the manor house of Burnham Westgate built in 1550. The 1st records of it being an Inn/Hotel were recorded in 1651 when customs officers were known to have stayed.
The Victoria is ideally situated just a few minutes’ walk from the golden sands of Holkham Beach and at the gates of my family’s Palladian ancestral home, Holkham Hall. It is perfectly placed for discovering the county’s windswept coastline, seaside towns and villages.
The Dabbling Duck was the winner of the Eastern Daily Press “Best Pub Food Award” in 2008 due to our delicious, seasonal, locally sourced menu that is renowned throughout Norfolk.
The Wetherspoons in Fakenham is conveniently located opposite The Bull public house in the centre of the town and offers all of the normal facilities that you would expect within a Wehterspoons establishment.
Godwick Hall bed and breakfast is the type of bed and breakfast worth splashing out on. We have four beautiful rooms, offering luxurious accommodation for couples wanting to get away for a lovely break in the unspoilt Norfolk countryside.
Places to Visit and See
The largest collection of Steam Road Engines, Fairground Engines, Mechanical Organs, Fairground Carousels and fairground memorabilia.
Christmas Spectacular Show
Great Britain’s most popular and largest Christmas Show.
Santa’s Magical Journey
An enchanting walk through, a truly wonderful animated winter setting before arriving at a Fairy Tale Father Christmas house where families meet the real Father Christmas.
Woodforde’s has been brewing beer for 35 years using only the finest Norfolk malting barley. It is one of a handful of brewers to have brewed two Champion Beers of Britain, including Wherry, its best-selling beer.
The brewery, which is nestled in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, has an on-site shop and visitors centre selling bottled beers, beerboxes and gifts. It is also where visitors can take a tour of the brewery (on pre-arranged dates, bookable in advance). The brewery tap, The Fur and Feather Inn, is located next-door.
Woodforde’s has been named Brewery of the Year 2015 by the Good Pub Guide.