A very attractive village near the north Norfolk coast, Trunch has a small village green, a friendly 16th-century pub, and a wonderful 15th-century church dedicated to St Botolph. The most interesting part of the church is its magnificent carved font canopy, one of only four such canopies in all of England.
Wells-next-the-Sea is a very popular coastal town and fishing port in north-west Norfolk. The busy quay is a great place to buy fresh seafood of all sorts, or you can fish for crabs off the harbour wall. Regular boat trips take visitors out to see colonies of grey seals on nearby sandbanks. Wells next the Sea,
Weybourne is a pretty village on the Norfolk coast, just west of Sheringham. Beside the medieval church of All Saints stand the ruins of 13th-century Weybourne Priory, with an earlier Saxon tower. On the eastern edge of the village is a picturesque 1850 windmill that was once home to WWII spies. A146,
A lovely village in north-east Norfolk, Worstead is famous for the heavy cloth called 'worsted' that was woven here since the Middle Ages. An influx of weavers from Flanders in the 12th century led to a burgeoning industry in cloth production, and Worstead owes its prosperity to this industry.
Known as the Capital of the Broads, Wroxham is a busy, bustling village located at the south-west corner of the Norfolk Broads National Park. This is possibly the busiest boating centre in the Broads, and all manner of watercraft can be hired in Wroxham for short or long excursions. Wroxham,
A historic Norfolk market town with great heritage interest, Wymondham was a centre of the wool trade in the medieval period, but also became known for crafts such as making wooden spoons. In the centre of Wymondham is the half-timbered 16th century Market Cross, raised up on stilts like a stork with spindly legs.
Set in stunning grounds of just under three acres 17th century White Horse Farm Barns offers luxury beauty and tranquility in Gunthorpe at the heart of the North Norfolk Countryside. There are currently five gorgeous barns available to our guests for self catering - Blackberry Walnut and Primrose and Cowslip … more >>