St Peter's church is well away from the village at Threehammer Common. What we see today is just the chancel of the original 13th-century church, remodelled in 1790. Look for a carved bench end of a winged beast, and a medieval tomb base built into the wall over the west entrance. Church Road, Neatishead, Norfolk, England, NR12 8BT
A fascinating 15th-century church in an isolated location, St Peter's is well worth visiting for its collection of excellent funerary monuments, including several Jacobean memorials to members of the Palgrave family. North Barningham, Norfolk, England, NR11 7LB
St Mary's is a very large country church dating to the 14th century. Like many medieval churches in this area of Norfolk, it boasts a wonderfully crafted angel roof, with figures of angels holding musical instruments and Instruments of the Passion. Look for the ornate late Victorian font cover set upon a round 12th-century font bowl. Church Street, North Creake, Norfolk, England, NR21 9JJ
A small site with a big history - English Heritage calls this important complex of historic buildings 'North Elmham Chapel', but that simple name does not do justice to what is really a fascinating group of buildings dating back to the 7th century. You could just as easily call the site a settlement, with the ruins of a Saxon minster and cathedral, and a bishop's palace, or castle. North Elmham, Norfolk, England
Northwold goes back long before the Norman invasion - indeed it seems very likely that there was a Saxon church here under the patronage of Ely Abbey. That Saxon church was rebuilt in Norman style about 1229.
High Street, Northwold, East Anglia, Norfolk, England
Norwich Cathedral is one of the great medieval churches of England, begun in the late 11th century by Herbert de Losinga. The nave features a superb combination of Norman arcades and triforium with later 15th-century vaulting and carved bosses. Beside the church are the medieval cloisters, again featuring wonderful carved and painted bosses. 65 The Close, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR1 4DH
A superb late Victorian Catholic church designed by George Gilbert Scott for the 15th Duke of Norfolk. Among the finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in England, with stained glass to rival any in Europe. Unthank Road, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR2 2PA
An attractive town church dating to the 13th century, though much of the current building is 15th century. Now redundant and used as a Christian hospitality centre. There are interesting fragments of stained glass in the nave and several memorials from the 17th-19th centuries. Open daily. 3 Westlegate, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR1 3LG
Located north of the city century this redundant medieval church has a 17th-century west tower of red brick. Colourful Victorian stained glass lights an interior boasting the tomb of Matthew Brettingham, the architect of Holkham Hall. St Augustine's Street, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR3 3BY
St George Colegate served an area of Norwich where many wealthy medieval wool merchants lived, and the size of the church reflects this wealth. Among the numerous memorials inside is a terra-cotta tomb to Robert Jannys (d. 1530), and a memorial to artist John Crome, a founder of the Norwich School of artists. Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR3 1DD
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.