3 day trip to norfolk (1 Viewer)

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Hi doing a few days in Norfolk anyone got any good places to visit?
 
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Hi Garry
Not got any places of interest to recommend as we haven't been as yet but have booked 2 nights at Seacroft and 2 nights at Clippsby Hall, both sites look great.
You've got the broads which look lovely to visit and then the towns of Chromer, Sheringham etc, looks a nice seaside town to spend some time in
Hope you have a great hol
 
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Where in Norfolk are you staying? It’s a big county with lots to do. Depends what you are interested in. If it’s stately homes you have Blickling Hall, Felbrig Hall, Holkham Hall. For coast you have the north Norfolk coast around Holkham, Blakeney around to Cromer. Wroxham for the Broads, you can hire day boats there and shop in Roys. Norwich is a lovely city, plenty of history, old buildings, shopping etc. there are a couple of Steam train lines. I like the North Norfolk railway at Sheringham, runs along the coast to Holt. That’s another nice place to visit.
For good food you have Morston Hall, the Ingham Swan, White Horse at Brancaster, Stoke Mill and many more. Fish and chips, No1 or Mary Janes in Cromer or Yarmouth Market.
if you want arcades and funfair then it’s Gt Yarmouth. Decent chips on the market there.
Hope that will keep you going for a few days.
 
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Where in Norfolk are you staying? It’s a big county with lots to do. Depends what you are interested in. If it’s stately homes you have Blickling Hall, Felbrig Hall, Holkham Hall. For coast you have the north Norfolk coast around Holkham, Blakeney around to Cromer. Wroxham for the Broads, you can hire day boats there and shop in Roys. Norwich is a lovely city, plenty of history, old buildings, shopping etc. there are a couple of Steam train lines. I like the North Norfolk railway at Sheringham, runs along the coast to Holt. That’s another nice place to visit.
For good food you have Morston Hall, the Ingham Swan, White Horse at Brancaster, Stoke Mill and many more. Fish and chips, No1 or Mary Janes in Cromer or Yarmouth Market.
if you want arcades and funfair then it’s Gt Yarmouth. Decent chips on the market there.
Hope that will keep you going for a few days.
Are there places to park in Chromer near some places of interest that will accommodate a 6.3M MH?
 
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Are there places to park in Chromer near some places of interest that will accommodate a 6.3M MH?
There is a large car park on the cliffs that has no barrier. It’s a good place to park, visit the town or just look out to sea

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Where in Norfolk are you staying? It’s a big county with lots to do. Depends what you are interested in. If it’s stately homes you have Blickling Hall, Felbrig Hall, Holkham Hall. For coast you have the north Norfolk coast around Holkham, Blakeney around to Cromer. Wroxham for the Broads, you can hire day boats there and shop in Roys. Norwich is a lovely city, plenty of history, old buildings, shopping etc. there are a couple of Steam train lines. I like the North Norfolk railway at Sheringham, runs along the coast to Holt. That’s another nice place to visit.
For good food you have Morston Hall, the Ingham Swan, White Horse at Brancaster, Stoke Mill and many more. Fish and chips, No1 or Mary Janes in Cromer or Yarmouth Market.
if you want arcades and funfair then it’s Gt Yarmouth. Decent chips on the market there.
Hope that will keep you going for a few days.
Is the market still there, last time we were there they said it was closing, spent many a day there.
 
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Is the market still there, last time we were there they said it was closing, spent many a day there.
I think it still is. Haven’t been to Yarmouth recently. If you want a market Norwich is the place to go
 
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Don't think that you can drive into Norwich and park: use a P&R site!

IF you like museums, consider buying a "Norfolk Museums Pass": entry to several varied places for the cost of approx 1.5 single tickets. I'm almost next door to Gressenhall Rural Life Museum which has all sorts of interesting displays including an old car and a working farm with tractor/horse drawn trailer rides. On the other side of me is a Community-run pub and two CLs, plus a BritStops pub (E481) about 3 miles away.

To my mind, one of the worst aspects of Norfolk is an inability to park overlooking the sea: Hunstanton, E&W Runton, Cromer, Trimmingham, Walcott, Winterton (good for seals), Yarmouth, Gorleston are about your lot. There are some attractive creeks eg Morston, Blakeney (NT), Burnham Overy Staithe.

Enjoy - Gordon

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Join the National trust for your parking you will get it back seems everywhere in Norfolk has a NT carpark
 
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Benedict’s restaurant (Richard Baimbridge, mich*) in Norwich. NOT No1. Cromer, worst fish and chips ever (owned by Galton Blackiston, but not run by him). Fakenham has Kinnerton chocolate, with outlet shop in town arcade, and you can park on Racecourse(C &C affiliate) good facilities.
 
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