A rural village in north west Norfolk, it lies four miles north of Swaffham and to the west of the A1065 at the point where the river Nar is crossed by an ancient route known as the Peddars Way. There is much to see in Castle Acre including the castle ruins and the Cluniac Priory which is one of the largest and best preserved monastic sites in England dating back to 1090. Discover the local scenery and wildlife and why not trying Castle Acre secret recipe sausages at the local butcher!
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Built originally as a coaching Inn, the Jolly Farmers has been welcoming guests since the early 1800’s.
Historic cosy restaurant and café in the heart of Holt with hot drinks, cakes, scones and sandwiches to go.
Overlooking a pretty, leafy Georgian square in the bustling seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, The Globe Inn is a great base for a break and a bite.
Village pub with a large beer garden and warm welcome.
The charming building boasts a traditional bar serving local real ales and a host of eating areas in the restaurant area.
Offering the most comfortable & hospitable of gateways to the spectacular North Norfolk coastline & countryside.
Michelin stared intimate country house hotel and restaurant.
This outstanding Norfolk Country pub/restaurant combines traditional period features with stunning modern-day comfort.
Award Winning Seafood Restaurant: local lobster, crabs, crayfish and oysters.
Roman Catholic basilica located in Houghton Saint Giles.
Visitors can descend nine metres by ladder into one excavated shaft to see the jet-black flint.
The stunning coastal landscape, magnificent stately home, rolling parkland and a host of attractions and events, make Holkham a wonderful place to visit.