Norfolk is a fantastic place for a holiday that offers stunning beaches and lush countryside locations. It is also famous for its amazing pieces of architecture that have historic relevance to the area. The National Trust takes care of many of these destinations that have become popular attractions to visit in the area. This conservation organisation was founded in 1895 and it used to focus on protecting English country houses. It has now moved on to areas such as important landscapes and nature reserves. Norfolk is absolutely teeming with properties, parks and gardens that have been taken under the wing of the National Trust.

Tourists must definitely head to a few of these amazing destinations including the gorgeous Oxburgh Hall. This property found near King’s Lynn in the village of Oxburgh is a moated manor house, which was built in the 15th century by the Bedingfeld family. It is actually still lived in today and is surrounded by stunning gardens. Blickling Hall Estate is located near the historic market town of Aylsham, and was once the home of the famous Boleyn family. It is a lovely Jacobean mansion with 5000 acres of parkland ideal for walking or cycling. The amazing Felbrigg Hall Estate near Norwich has a decorative walled garden that is worth visiting to see its vegetables and fruit grow, as well plenty of parkland around the house.

The stunning Blakeney Nature Reserve is a brilliant place for tourists to head with a range of captivating wildlife and an excellent coastal path to have a wander down. Travellers can take a boat trip to Blakeney Point to see the area’s famous seals that live in this part of Norfolk. The area of West Runton and Beeston Regis Heath are ideal for tourists who want to have a leisurely walk through woodland that offers a great natural environment that includes birds, butterflies and bees. This is a perfect destination for a relaxing picnic, especially due to the pretty flowers set around the area. One of the best accommodations to venture is The Harper Hotel found in the stunning village of Langham close to many landmarks.

The Harper North Norfolk hotel is a lovely destination that has spacious rooms with oak floors and four-poster beds. The living spaces provide an array of modern amenities such as Sky TV and free Wi-Fi internet. The bathrooms have monsoon or rainforest showers and contain luxury products for tourists to enjoy. The Harper Spa is a first-class wellness hub with a pool, steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi. There are two fabulous restaurants at the accommodation including Stanley’s and The Stove, which has tasty fine dining dishes

Sheringham Park is also an amazing destination managed by the National Trust that offers excellent views of North Norfolk from its beautiful green space. It is famous for its stunning flowers and is ideal for a leisurely walk around. Somewhere to take the whole family is the wonderful Elizabethan House Museum in Great Yarmouth. This has an interactive museum that talks about the life and times of families who lived in this 16th century quayside building. For a little adventure tourists can head to the amazing Brancaster Activity Centre on the North Norfolk Coast to try out water sports such as kayaking, raft building and sailing.