Norfolk, in East Anglia, is an endearing holiday destination in the UK. Despite its rustic background, it offers a heap of attractions – ranging from Sandringham Castle to quaint little country towns. The area is also scenic in nature and has plenty of places to explore on holiday.
If you are looking for North Norfolk accommodation there are a few but decent hotels to stay.
The Harper Hotel Norfolk is one such fine 5-star boutique hotel offering the best of facilities at a budget-friendly price.
The Harper hotel is a family-friendly hotel ideal for families located in Langham, just about a mile away from the scenic North Norfolk coastline.
Some of the best outdoor activities to enjoy in the area are:
Anyone who enjoys the beauty of the outdoors will thoroughly enjoy a visit to Norfolk because of the sheer number of gardens, parks and estates to explore in the county. These include the massive Sheringham Park spread over 1000 acres of glorious parkland and cliff tops. Other notable spots to visit include Sandringham Estate, Holt Country Park, Holkham Hall and Hoveton Hall, just a few of the places that offer wonderful opportunities to enjoy the heritage and natural beauty of the county.
Hot Air balloon flights:
Perhaps there is no better way to admire the amazing scenic beauty of Norfolk than by an aerial tour. A hot air balloon offers the perfect way to see all the beauty that the area has to offer. Taking a balloon flight offers visitors a chance to soar high above the picturesque coastline, the Norfolk Broads (a series of meandering waterways) and the other many attractions in the county. One of the best ways to see all the breathtaking beauty of the area in detail!
Enjoy a boat tour:
The sea has an inextricable link with the heritage of the area, therefore, going on a boat trip is the ideal way to see the amazing coastline and marine habitat. One of the oldest boat excursion tours in Norfolk is Beans Boats that has been in the boat tours business for more than half a century. They run seal spotting tours to Norfolk’s famous Blakeney Point, which is a great way to see these wonderful creatures of the sea up close and personal.
Cromer Golf Club:
Tee off at one of the most historic golf courses in Norfolk, the Cromer Golf Club. Situated among breathtakingly beautiful natural landscape Cromer Golf Club’ initial designer was Tom Morris, the iconic golfing legend. Move to the 14th hole and you will enjoy the picture-perfect views of the rugged coastline and a beautiful lighthouse. One of the best golf courses in the area it has a number of different driving ranges and putts to play. Even seasoned golfers will find the course a challenge to master.
Explore the Norfolk Broads:
The Norfolk Broads is one of the most amazing manmade waterways to explore while on holiday in Norfolk. There are options to hire kayaks or canoes and visitors can go on a cruise or boat tour operated by many local companies.