An attractive seaside village on the north Norfolk coast, Salthouse lies about three miles from Holt and 5 miles from Blakeney. There is a pebble beach and a long expanse of salt marshes for bird watching. Salthouse, Norfolk, England
An attractive village on the North Norfolk Coast, Sea Palling was formerly known simply as 'Palling', but was renamed to attract the interest of Victorian holidaymakers keen on a seaside holiday! The village is well situated to explore the coastline and is only a few miles away from the Norfolk Broads. Sea Palling, Norfolk, England
Sheringham is a popular market town on the North Norfolk Coast, just to the east of Cromer. The town is blessed with a long, sandy beach and traditional resort facilities, making it a popular destination for seaside holidays. Sheringham, Norfolk, England
A seaside village in north-west Norfolk, Snettisham has a wide, sandy beach. Nearby is an extensive RSPB reserve, providing excellent bird-watching opportunities. At high tide, tens of thousands of wading birds take flight as the incoming tide overwhelms the mudflats. Snettisham, Norfolk, England
A pretty village near Fakenham, South Creake has a wide village green through which runs the River Burn, and a large number of period buildings, including the 17th-century Manor Farmhouse, and the former Black Swan pub, also 17th century. South Creake, Norfolk, England
Stalham is a popular market town on the edge of the Norfolk Broads National Park. The town was mentioned in the Domesday Book and is located on the old Roman road from Caister. Stalham, Norfolk, England
Sutton is a picturesque village at the eastern end of Sutton Broad, just south of the market town of Stalham, on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. The local pub is the Sutton Saithe Hotel, set beside the River Ant, and there is a garden centre and a pottery in the village. At nearby Stalham is the popular Museum of the Broads. Sutton, Norfolk, England
Swaffham is an attractive market town in the Breckland region of western Norfolk. There has been a settlement here since before the Romans, but Swaffham really grew in importance during the Middle Ages, as a centre of the wool trade. A striking 18th-century market cross stands in the market place, surmounted by an attractive cupola. Swaffham, Norfolk, England
A historic market town in rural Norfolk, Thetford was once the capital of the Iceni tribe of East Anglia. It is possible that Queen Boudicca (Boadicea) had her residence here. Thetford was one of the largest and most influential towns in early medieval England, and at one time boasted 20 churches.
Around 8 miles from Spalding The Mansion House Hotel is centrally located on Holbeach High Street within 30 minutes? drive of Boston and Kings Lynn. This Lincolnshire hotel has a restaurant and bar and offers free parking and WiFi.