A North Norfolk Scene

Situated on the east coast of England and known as the bulging rump, Norfolk enjoys a pleasant climate all year round, with a below average rainfall for the UK.

A North Norfolk Scene

The countryside here is very relaxing, with gently appealing partly wooded landscapes, villages built of cobbled stones, fine churches and a series of country and coastal landscapes.

Aldborough

Aldborough in North Norfolk, the game of cricket has been played by the villagers for over 150 years. Some of the cottages that front onto the green are even named after cricketing terms. 6 miles (9km) from the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Baconsthorpe

Baconsthorpe in North Norfolk, is set amongst farmland and has on its outskirts the ruins of Baconsthorpe Castle, which is managed and maintained by English Heritage. 4 miles (7km) from the coast and 19 miles (31km) from Norwich.

Beeston Regis

Beeston Regis in North Norfolk, lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the seaside resorts of Cromer and Sheringham. Here you will find Beeston Common a site that covers over 60 acres. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Binham

Binham in North Norfolk, is located through a maze of country lanes, a history-steeped village with extensive ruins of a Benedictine Priory. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Binham

Binham in North Norfolk, dominated by the large remains of a Benedictine Priory. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Blakeney

Blakeney in North Norfolk sheltered by four miles of sand and shingle known as Blakeney Point. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Blakeney

Blakeney in North Norfolk, although Blakeney does not have a beach as such, many people take advantage of low tides to enjoy a paddle in the creek. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Blakeney

Blakeney in North Norfolk. the village is full of pretty cobbled cottages located in narrow streets that lead down to the Quay. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Brinton

On the road down to Brinton in North Norfolk. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Cley

Cley in North Norfolk, enjoys an international reputation for its bird watching site on the outskirts of the village. 1 mile (2km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Cley

Cley in North Norfolk, two features dominate Cley. The first being the picturesque 18th century windmill standing still and aloof from the surrounding fenland. The second feature is St. Margaret's Church next to the village green. 1 mile (2km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Cley-next-the-Sea

Cley-next-the-Sea in North Norfolk, on a misty autumn day. 1 mile (2km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Cromer

Cromer in North Norfolk with a pier that hosts the Seaside Special Variety Show throughout the summer months. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Cromer

Cromer in North Norfolk, with an Edwardian style promenades, a boating lake, a mini-funfair, putting greens, bowling green, pitch and put and of course great fish and chip shops. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Cromer

Cromer in North Norfolk, amily seaside town famous for its succulent Cromer Crabs and local seafood restaurants. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Fakenham

Fakenham in North Norfolk, is dominated by the 115ft tower of St. Peter and St. Paulís church. 10 miles (17km) from the coast and 24 miles (38km) from Norwich.

Fakenham

Fakenham in North Norfolk, is located close to the River Wensum and surrounded by lovely heathland. 10 miles (17km) from the coast and 24 miles (38km) from Norwich.

Glandford

Glandford in North Norfolk, a village built by the Jodrell family and consisting of charming flint and red bricked houses. Here you can take a short amble over the footbridge through a river meadow, where there are pretty views of the picturesque Glaven Valley. 3 miles (4km) from the coast and 24 miles (38km) from Norwich.

Great Snoring

Great Snoring in North Norfolk, an unspoilt and peaceful place for those seeking rest and relaxation. 8 miles (13km) from the coast and 24 miles (39km) from Norwich.

Great Walsingham

Great Walsingham in North Norfolk, sits in the vale of the river Stiffkey and contains a handful of handsome houses, some with impressive timber frames and others with fine Georgian facades. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 25 miles (41km) from Norwich.

Gunthorpe

Gunthorpe in North Norfolk an unspoilt Norfolk village surrounded by farmland. 7 Miles (12km) from the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich

Hanworth

Hanworth in North Norfolk, a village of scattered houses all set in a parkland setting. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Hanworth

Hanworth in North Norfolk, you'd be forgiven for thinking that you had stepped back in time when visiting the village of Hanworth. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Norwich.

Hindringham

Hindringham in North Norfolk, dominated by the huge tower of its church, this small quiet village has its roots firmly in the past, with evidence of continuous settlement since the Bronze age. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 23 miles (37km) from Norwich.

Holkham

Holkham in North Norfolk, dominated by the Earl of Leicester's estate Holkham Hall, which is open to the public. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 38 miles (49km) from Norwich.

Holt

Holt in North Norfolk, a very picturesque town comprising of a fascinating jumble of attractive colour washed Georgian buildings with many of those in the market square listed as 'of architectural importance'. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 20 miles (33km) from Norwich.

Holt

Holt in North Norfolk, Holt is the place to go if you're looking for that special something either for the house or a birthday present. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 20 miles (33km) from Norwich.

Horsey

Horsey in North Norfolk, the 1900 acres that make up Horsey Mere is a wildfowl refuge that attracts thousands of resident and migratory birds. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Norwich.

Hunworth

Hunworth in North Norfolk, lies in the vale of the Glaven Valley, surrounded by pleasant wooded countryside. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Norwich.

Image of North Norfolk

North Norfolk, a maze of country lanes, where in summer months you can smell the heady scent of elderflower and hear the churr churr of a startled pheasant.

Kelling

Kelling in North Norfolk, tucked snugly away on the A149 coastal road, amid rolling acres of both heath and farmland .

Langham

Langham in North Norfolk, with traditional Norfolk cobbled cottages lining its main street. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Little Snoring

Little Snoring in North Norfolk, with a church that spans six centuries from Saxon to Tudor. 9 miles (15km) from the coast and 23 miles (37km) from Norwich.

Little Snoring

Little Snoring in North Norfolk a small rural Norfolk village. 9 miles (15km) from the coast and 23 miles (37km) from Norwich.

Little Walsingham

Little Walsingham in North Norfolk, with a main high street completely medieval, with red-brick and timber framed houses, whitewashed fronts and red pantiled roofs. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 25 miles (41km) from Norwich.

Morston

Morston in North Norfolk, a popular place for boating enthusiasts, who sail the local waters from the quay. The seal population at Blakeney Point can be visited by boat from Morston or Blakeney. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 26 miles (42km) from Norwich.

Morston

Morston in North Norfolk, a small village made up of a number of quiet lanes and a cluster of cottages built from local cobbles. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 26 miles (42km) from Norwich.

North Norfolk

The coastal road links a chain of traditional Norfolk villages, some still with their own harbours.

North Norfolk

Norfolk stretches for over forty-three miles along a picturesque and an ever-changing coastline, most of which has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

North Norfolk image

Lots of people visit North Norfolk for the wonderful birdwatching opportunities that the area presents. There are also an excellent network of long distance walking trails, including the long-distance North Norfolk Coastal Path.

Salthouse

Salthouse in North Norfolk is very popular with bird-watchers, walkers and nature lovers. One mile (2km) from the coast and 24 miles (38km) from Norwich.

Sheringham

Sheringham in North Norfolk, for pure nostalgia take a smoke belching steam train. The North Norfolk Railway, has featured in many a television production such as Sherlock Holmes and Dads Army. On the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Norwich.

Sheringham

Sheringham in North Norfolk, has a buoyant appeal in summer with the entertainment ranging from the traditional penny arcade to one of the most intimate little theatres in the country. On the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Norwich.

Stiffkey

Stiffkey in North Norfolk, Stiffkey Marsh is a continuation of Morston Marshes and is one of the oldest saltmarsh along the Norfolk coastline and is an important wildlife habitat inhabited by curlews and redshank.2 miles (4km) from the coast and 27 miles (44km) from Norwich.

Stiffkey

Stiffkey in North Norfolk, a good area for both ornithology and walking with the Norfolk Coastal Path. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 27 miles (44km) from Norwich.

Thornage

Thornage in North Norfolk, situated in the Glaven Valley and spread along the B1110. 6 miles (9km) from the coast and 21 miles (33km) from Norwich.

Thornham

Thornham in North Norfolk, with salt marshes that are a haven for wildlife and a magnet for ornithologists. The village has 3 inns so also attracts those looking for a meal in lovely surroundings. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 38 miles 61km from Norwich.

Thursford

Thursford in North Norfolk, famous for its attraction the Thursford Collection, the worlds largest collection of steam engines and organs. 8 miles (13km) from the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Norwich.

Upper Sheringham

Upper Sheringham in North Norfolk, nestles at the bottom of the woods of Pretty Corner and Roman Camp. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Norwich.

Warham

Warham in North Norfolk, with quaint flint and cobble cottages and old world charm. 4miles (6km) from the coast and 27 miles (44km) from Norwich.

Wells

Wells in North Norfolk, 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 30 miles (47km) from Norwich.

Wells next the Sea

Wells next the sea, in North Norfolk a fascinating jumble of buildings, many colour washed wind down to meet the harbour of this small popular seaside town. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 30 miles (47km) from Norwich.

Wells next the Sea

Wells next the Sea in Norfolk, if you fancy a leg stretch and a view then you can walk along the causeway, which runs parallel to the main shipping channel to reach the beach. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 30 miles (47km) from Norwich.

Wells next the Sea

Wells next the Sea in North Norfolk, the picturesque quayside and waterfront is still very much a working port with whelk and shrimp boats berthed in the small harbour. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 30 miles (47km) from Norwich.

Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea in North Norfolk. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 30 miles (47km) from Norwich.

West Raynham

West Raynham in North Norfolk an ideal location for cyclists and walkers. 13 miles (21km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Norwich.

Weybourne

Weybourne in North Norfolk, for those approaching Weybourne from Holt the view from the top of the hill looking down onto this Norfolk village is one of the loveliest vistaís in Norfolk. One mile (2km) from the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Norwich.

Weybourne Mill

Weybourne Mill in North Norfolk, privately owned and not open to the public, but a landmark of this area.

Wighton

Wighton in Norfolk, another sleepy Norfolk Village set in rural Norfolk, yet only ten minutes drive from the coast. The village has a post office, tea shop and inn as well as an Art Gallery. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 26 miles (42km) from Norwich.

Wighton North Norfolk

Wighton in North Norfolk, the sculpture Henry Moore had close links with this village as his sister taught at the local school and his father is buried in the churchyard. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 26 miles (42km) from Norwich.

Wighton Scarecrow Festival

Wighton in North Norfolk annual scarecrow festival. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 26 miles (42km) from Norwich.

Wiveton

Wiveton in North Norfolk, during the 16th and 17th centuries Wiveton actually lay next to the sea and great ships lay at anchor in Wivetons harbour and would throw their ropes over into the churchyard for extra anchorage. One mile (2km) from the coast and 24 miles (40km) from Norwich.

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