Self catering holiday cottages in Norfolk
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The North Norfolk coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty www.norfolkcoastaonb.org.uk,
stretches from the high clay cliffs east of Weyborne along the North
coast, to Kings Lynn in the west of the county.
The North Norfolk coast is a remote marshy coastline and haven for
migratory birds, its landscape peppered by pretty villages such as Clay-next-to-the-sea
and Blakeney, both originally thriving seaports, now quiet, unspoilt
villages. Nearby are a host of attractive settlements, including the
village of Great Snoring. A rural setting by the River Stiffkey, the
village centre is clustered around its attractive church and old Rectory.
The area has a fine selection of old mills www.norfolkmills.co.uk, fine
churches and attractive country houses and gardens and there is a delightful
steam railway, not to be missed, which runs from the attractive old town
of Holt - great second hand bookshop and some really good local produce -
to Weybourne and Sheringham www.nnrailways.co.uk
Norwich is a most imposing city with two fine cathedrals and a fascinating
castle. www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk Further south are the Norfolk Broads,
another fascinating countryside area www.broads-authority.gov.uk with
fine waterways and peaceful country walks. Moving towards the coast is Somerlayton,
with its attractive Hall and country estate and village (takes you back 150
- 200 years).
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