North Norfolk Stories & inspiration

With so much to discover in north Norfolk, read our stories and watch our films to help inspire your visit. Explore the hidden gems of north Norfolk and the best places to visit. Whether it's a weekend away or a family holiday, read our hints & tips to make your visit one to remember, from where to find family beaches, the best walking routes, where to go crabbing and when to come for festivals & carnivals - and much more.

Walking in winter in north Norfolk is such a delight during this quieter time of year, with wildlife with views across frosty countryside and vast empty beaches. Here's our top walks in north Norfolk in Winter.

Nip to North Norfolk in Winter and enjoy the quiet beaches and countryside, at a time when wildlife is at its finest and it’s a great time to go exploring.

For magical Christmas events and festive cheer, nip to North Norfolk this December. There’s plenty on for all the family and lots of places to meet Father Christmas.

With unique gifts, artisan crafts and local produce in abundance, north Norfolk is the place to go for Christmas markets, fairs and shopping.

North Norfolk has a great collection of gardens. Pick from cottage gardens, relaxing water gardens and magnificent stately home gardens.

Top Ten Winter Wildlife

18 October 2017

Some of the best wildlife in the country can be found in north Norfolk, and Winter is the best time to see it! Here’s our top 10 wildlife wonders to look out for during the Winter months.

There’s plenty of family-fun in north Norfolk during half term including a few spooky goings-on! Find out what’s on this October.

With 45 miles of coastline, much of which is part of the Deep History Coast, north Norfolk is ideal for exploring coastal rock pools and beachcombing. You can uncover fossils millions of years old and take a closer look at north Norfolk marine wildlife.

North Norfolk's Top Foods

6 September 2017

North Norfolk has some of the best fresh, seasonal produce you'll find anywhere, from Brancaster mussels to cheese. Whet your appetite and find out more about our top ten foods in north Norfolk.

Walking in Autumn in north Norfolk is a delight. With stunning colours, huge skies and fabulous scenery, some of the most rewarding walks take place during the Autumn season.

Autumn is a great time to explore north Norfolk, with beautiful scenery, wonderful wildlife, seasonal food and events.

There is such a wide and varied range of accommodation in north Norfolk to suit every need and budget. From family-friendly to cosy retreats, read more to help you find out how to find your perfect place to stay.

The vast sandy beaches in north Norfolk are a delight for dogs and their responsible owners all year round. Here’s our list of the best dog-friendly beaches in north Norfolk.

North Norfolk is steeped in history & heritage. With a past of prosperous landowners and rich trade proceeds North Norfolk is home to many stately homes. Find out more about our very own ‘Downton Abbeys’.

All year round there are carnivals and festivals in north Norfolk. Whether it's the arts, outdoors, family fun or events celebrating the area's heritage, there's something for everyone in north Norfolk.

Norfolk is the combined sunniest/driest county in the country so summer is a wonderful time to Nip to North Norfolk. The warmer weather, lighter days and fantastic scenery is perfect for enjoying activities.

North Norfolk has 45 miles coast with award-winning beautiful beaches, most within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Six are Blue Flag beaches and all of them are clean, family-friendly and safe.

With 45 miles of coastline, beautiful beaches, The Broads National Park and stunning countryside, north Norfolk is the perfect place if you're looking to make the most of the outdoors. Find out more about outdoor activities to enjoy in north Norfolk.

North Norfolk has many museums, stately home exhibitions and historic sites, open to visitors, explaining north Norfolk’s fascinating and unique heritage.

We are lucky that Norfolk is the sunniest and driest county in the country, but of course rain doesn’t need to stop play in north Norfolk! There’s plenty to do indoors, and here’s some of our favourite things to do if it rains.