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A typical Norfolk beach
Self-Catering Accommodation near Great Massingham in Norfolk
There are plenty of historic buldings in Norfolk, Oxburgh Hall
Enjoy walking on Peddars Way
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Out & About

Great Massingham is an ideal base from which to explore all that Norfolk has to offer. Whether your interest is visiting the stunning Norfolk beaches, some retail therapy, historic houses or a spot of bird watching, you’ll find you run out of time before you run out of things to do and see. Here’s  a few ideas to inspire you and help to plan your visit, and if you’d like even more inspiration we recommend the Visit Norfolk website.

 

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Holkham

Holkam: A vast beach which regardless of the number of visitors attracted on a hot summer’s day never seems too busy.  There’s a great walk both to the East (towards Wells) or to the West, [...]

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Brancaster

Brancaster: This is the most popular choice for guests staying  at West Heath Barn – a vast sandy beach backed by dunes and almost untouched by the commercial world. There’s a small kiosk s [...]

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Blakeney

Blakeney: A lovely Norfolk village  with a long quay and a good range of shops and galleries to while away the time. You can walk East or West along the North Norfolk Coast Path and through [...]

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Cromer

Cromer: A bit further afield, but if you like a bit more bustle Cromer is the place for you. A classic Victorian seaside town, situated on a cliff-top overlooking a sandy beach, there’s lot [...]

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Golf

Golf: Norfolk offers a wide range of challenging and enjoyable gold courses. They are all located in stunning settings, whether it’s the Royal West Norfolk at Brancaster overlooking the san [...]

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Cambridge

Cambridge: Who hasn’t heard of Cambridge? Admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings. Explore quaint passages set around the historic market place and colleges. Indulg [...]

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Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn: Historically one of England’s most important ports dating back to the 12th century, Kings Lynn’s maritime history is still much in evidence. Fine merchants houses stretch down t [...]

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Norwich

Norwich: It’s easy to fill a day in Norwich with so many things to do and see. There’s history and heritage (the museum, Norwich Castle and Norwich Lanes), culture (the Cathedral & Art [...]

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Peddars Way

Peddars Way: This is probably the least well known of 15 National Trails but is a hidden gem linking Suffolk to the Norfolk Coast Path via a 46 mile stretch of gently undulating pathway. It [...]

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Sandringham

Sandringham: Country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen, Sandringham House is unquestionably the most famous stately home in Norfolk. Set in the heart of the  8,000 hectare Sandringham Estate [...]

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Watersports

Watersports: The stunning North Norfolk coastline provides many  beaches and harbours for those who prefer to spend their leisure time on the water, whether that’s  dingy sailing, windsurfi [...]