Whilst a list of places to visit and local eating places is very useful, there’s nothing quite so descriptive as a map. Whereabouts is that recommended pub and how long might it take to get there? What happens if your dog is taken ill; where is the nearest vets? Well hopefully all these questions will be answered by looking at the maps I’ve created. [Read more…]
What are your plans for December and the festive season? There is so much happening in Norfolk over the next month, this is just a taster! Perhaps the first thing to tempt you with is our December promotion? All our remaining dates before Christmas are now discounted, so you can have a mini break and do some Christmas shopping at the same time!
There are lots of shopping opportunities, shows to see, Historic Houses with special Christmas activities, steam train rides and more! Here’s some ideas:
Sugar and Spice is our local cafe and what lucky people that makes us! Claire, the owner, has worked in the hospitality industry for years and really goes out of her way to provide truly scrumptious food and great service from her young staff.
Recently moved premises, it is now located on its own site, a long defunct garage, then farm shop, but still on Coast Road, in Bacton where her first cafe was located. She has more seating space and more importantly a much larger kitchen to create all that wonderful food made with local produce. There’s even a working jukebox to add to the atmosphere.
Cromer is one of my favourite towns to visit on a trip to Norfolk. Why is it different? Simply because it’s still full of individual shops where you won’t be buying something that thousands of other people have as well. Let’s go for a wander!
In my previous blog, I mentioned eating at Norton’s cafe. Well whilst that was a very enjoyable experience there were more foodie delights to be discovered during our walk round Walsingham!