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What to see in Norfolk 

Discover some of our amazing local places of interest full of things to do and destinations to visit for all ages.


King’s Lynn – PE30 5AA (5.2 miles)

A 15-minute drive will lead you to the town of King’s Lynn, a local market/port town that has over 800 years of history.  Here you can, not only shop and eat at some lovely restaurants and cafes, but also discover the many beautiful buildings of interest such as St George’s Guildhall, True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum and the grade I listed Hanse House to name but a few.


Watatunga Wildlife Reserve - (4 miles)

A 10-minute drive from Hay’s Wood Retreat, will lead you to the incredible Watatunga, a stunning new wildlife reserve in West Norfolk.  

The Stories of Lynn – PE30 5DQ (5.3 miles)

To learn more about the history of Kings Lynn we recommend a visit to The Stories of Lynn based in the town centre. Here you will, not only find 800 years’ worth of history in a beautiful museum, but also the original Gaol House.  The museum has many interactive sections, with things to see and do for all ages.


Church Farm Rare Breeds Centre - (7 miles)

Church Farm is a rare breeds centre and farm situated in Stow Bardolph. 

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Sandringham – (10.8 miles)

Sandringham is the much-loved country retreat of the British Royal Family and has been a private home to generations of British Monarchs since 1862. 

Snettisham Park and Deer Safari –  (14.9 miles)

Snettisham Park, incorporating Park Farm, first opened to the public in 1986. located here is a well known deer safari

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Holkham Hall –  (22 miles)

Holkham Hall is a stunning 18th-century country house located adjacent to the village of Holkham in North Norfolk.

Brancaster Beach – (21 miles

Brancaster beach is one of North Norfolk's most beautiful beaches with miles of golden sand.


Oxburgh Hall – PE33 9PS (14.5 miles)

Oxburgh Hall is a stunning, late medieval, National Trust owned, country house in Oxborough.  Despite its fortified appearance, the moated Oxburgh Hall was intentionally built as a family home.

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