Relax on the site
or take time to explore the beautiful coast and quiet villages

You have all the facilities necessary to relax and enjoy your break in the peaceful surroundings of Manor Farm. Less than a mile away in the Victorian town of Cromer you will find safe sandy beaches, shops, pubs, restaurants, takeaways and a small multiplex cinemaCromer is also famous for it’s Pier, Crabs and Carnival.

East RuntonCromer Pier

The village of East Runton is within a 20 minute walk. It has pubs, shops and a Greek restaurant as well as a quiet beach with rock pools for the children to explore as the tide goes out. Felbrigg Hall, owned by the National Trust but free to walk round the park is within a 5 minute drive from Manor Farm.

The BroadsSheringham

For the more adventurous there are many places to explore and things to do. You could travel by rail (Cromer Station – 5 minute walk), bus or car to the Norfolk Broads at Wroxham and onwards to the historic Cathedral City of Norwich with it’s shops and castle.

Alternatively take the train to Sheringham where it connects with the steam railway to the Georgian town of Holt, a maze of antique shops, boutiques and quiet cafes.

Within 5 miles of Manor Farm you will find:

Felbrigg HallSheringham ParkSplash Tropical Leisure PoolSheringham Little Theatre, Golf Courses at CromerWest Runton and Sheringham.

Sheringham Park

Some ideas for day trips:

Take a boat trip to see the seals at Blakeney Point, go bird watching at Cley-next-the-Sea, visit Holkham Hall and picnic in the sand dunes at Holkham Bay, visit the Queen at Sandringham House (40m), explore Blickling Hall (National Trust) (10m) and have a walk by the lake, take the family to Weston Longville Dinosaur Park (25m) or Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park (35m)

Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park

Have a look at our Links page for lots more ideas.

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