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There's Nowhere Like Norfolk!

Our new films demonstrate that Norfolk is a county whose coast and countryside, city and market towns, can be enjoyed year-round. 

Take a look at some of the things that our empty nesters, experience seekers and multi-generation family get up to - and then discover where you can experience the same activities and accommodation.

Experience seekers

If you want to seek out new experiences and explore new places, then visit Norfolk.

We have wonderful coast and countryside and great places to stay, such as The King's Head at Bawburgh near Norwich.

Our intrepid explorers go off road biking at Thetford Forest, canoeing at Whitlingham Broad near Norwich, and enjoy a relaxing evening with fine food, wine and company at The King's Head, Bawburgh outside Norwich.

Multi-generational families

Parents, grandparents and young children - it's the perfect recipe for a great getaway when you visit Norfolk.

Our family spend time at BeWILDerwood in the unique Norfolk Broads, travel on the Mid Norfolk Railway from Wymondham Abbey Station and enjoy the delights of Great Yarmouth and the Sea Life Centre before staying at the relaxing Waveney River Centre.

Empty Nesters

Norfolk is an ideal destination for empty nesters all year round.

Discover fabulous coast and countryside, explore the medieval heritage of Norwich, walk the Norfolk Coastal Path at Sheringham and go birdwatching at Cley-next-the-Sea Marshes.

And there's wonderful accommodation to choose from, such as The Rose & Crown at Snettisham.

Now win a break in Norfolk for up to 14 people

You've seen how our visitors have enjoyed themselves in Norfolk. What kind of stay would you have, and what activities would you get up to?

Make it come true by entering our prize draw to win a stay on the Norfolk coast for up to 14 people with the Blakeney Cottage Company.

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