Norfolk is a fantastic destination for families seeking outdoor experiences and nature reserves. Not only does Norfolk have one of the largest estuaries in England, but it also boats a year-round programme of cultural events and festivals, many of which are steeped in tradition. Norfolk is a memorable destination and visitors planning their trip should make the most of the wonderful choice of hotels and accommodation available. Choose a hotel near Blakeney, such as The George Hotel at Cley, you will be assured of a warm welcome and relaxing stay.
Attractions in Norfolk
From the city and market towns located inland to the stunning coastline, visitors will be spoilt for choice of amazing places to visit and activities to choose from. There’s a plethora of festivals, car boot sales, country fairs and antique hunts. Lovers of art and culture are well catered for with plenty of scope to explore galleries and museums, such as Norwich Castle and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, experimental art at Norwich Arts Centre, and smaller independent galleries found in the market towns and villages.
From adventure parks to award winning zoos, from cathedrals, castles and stately homes to beautiful wildlife reserves, there are plenty of things to do and places to visit in the stunning county of Norfolk.
Come rain or shine, whether looking for a relaxing time or a full-on action packed day, it is all here to do. Whether you visit a working steam railway or a fascinating museum, see a show or even take a trip on a boat in the magical broads, right through to a fun-packed theme park with exhilarating rides for all ages there is so much to do you will just have to keep coming back.
Due to the many estuaries crisscrossing Norfolk, marshes were once formed. These provide a reserve for various species of local and migratory birds. The area’s top reserve can be found in Cley next the Sea. Visitors can visit the eco-friendly visitor centre, which consists of a café, a shop, and several prime viewing areas where you can spot various species, including the northern lapwing, the common redshank and sedge, reed and Cetti’s warblers, Eurasian spoonbills, ruffs and black-tailed godwits.
Hotels in Blakeney
Choose the perfect accommodation option for you, a place to retreat to at the end of a busy day exploring all that Norfolk has to offer. There’s a large choice of hotels to choose from including hotels near Blakeney. They’re surrounded by stunning landscapes giving you the perfect opportunity to take in your surrounds and enjoy all that North Norfolk has to offer.
Choose from accommodation close to the Cley Marshes and Blakeney which offer a breath-taking view of the marshes. Visitors can have an extended birdwatching experience even through their window. For the best accommodation in Norfolk, book a room in hotels like The George Hotel at Cley.
– Fun Trivia: E : East Anglia, Essex, Cambridgeshire, FunTrivia.com
– Welcome to Visit Norfolk, visitnorfolk.co.uk
– Cley Marshes, norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk
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