North Norfolk is home to an exciting variety of food, drink and craft artisans
Holt is an enchanting town lined with cafes, boutiques, galleries and antique shops
Watch this months film - THE STARGAZER - the story of Andrew who tells us why Kelling Heath in North Norfolk is the perfect place for some celestial stargazing.
North Norfolk is a hive of festivals, exhibitions, shows and so much more
Find somewhere to enjoy lazy mornings
Experience all Holkham has to offer
So many sumptuous local goodies to feast on
Explore the delights of North Norfolk
Welcome. Perhaps you've visited North Norfolk before and can't wait to return. Or maybe a friend has been raving about their last holiday here and you've decided to find out what all the fuss is about. Whatever your reason, North Norfolk is a very special place begging to be discovered and enjoyed. It's a place where everlasting memories are made.
From the unspoilt and empty beaches of Holkham and Brancaster (favoured by everyone from kite-boarders to film makers), to the family friendly sands of Hunstanton, Sheringham, Cromer and Mundesley, the North Norfolk Coast is truly remarkable.
Head inland and you'll discover an undulating countryside with a rich agricultural past and home to a host of small and award-winning food producers. Pretty market towns are also waiting to be found, including gems such as Holt, Burnham Market, Aylsham, Fakenham and Stalham. Their historic streets lined with independent boutiques, galleries and delis are perfect for a day's ambling.
The area is rich in heritage and culture too - grand stately homes, museums, festivals and theatres are in abundance, as are popular and unique family attractions, walks and boating tours. Popular National Trust properties including Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall, with their extensive grounds, restaurants and shops are perfect for a day out. As are the independently-owned, and therefore unique, houses of Holkham Hall, Houghton Hall and the royal home and estate at Sandringham (now home to Prince William, Kate and George).
North Norfolk is also alive with an abundance of fauna and wildlife. The coast, with its RSPB nature reserves at Titchwell Marsh and Snettisham, is renowned for its birdwatching opportunities, rare sightings and impressive seasonal migrations. You'll also discover winding country lanes and woodlands ripe for a spot of foraging, seas perfect for fishing and rock pools calling out for nosey children with nets and buckets in tow! There's a whole other world waiting to be discovered.
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