While much of Britain and the world will be spending the holidays at home, there are a few adventurous souls that will be going on a holiday for Christmas, yeah I know it’s got you thinking about the Home Alone movies hasn’t it? They’re a Christmas favourite for many of us.
Christmas movies aside (we’ll be watching loads of them at Hall Farm Cottages) why not spend your holidays in our luxury holiday cottages in Norfolk? Set in the heart of British countryside with the most picturesque views our cottages are perfect for families of all sizes.
Whether you’re thinking of joining us for Christmas or New Year we have lots to do here in the Broads…
On Christmas Eve join the Lord Mayor of Norwich along with the Sheriff for a city Christmas carol concert at Norwich Cathedral, starting at 3:30pm warm up your vocals and get ready to have a melodious afternoon. For more info call Cecile on 01603 218332.
That stuffed feeling on Christmas day, which lingers over onto Boxing Day when you’re devouring turkey sarnies for lunch, leaves you wishing you hadn’t eaten so much. However at the Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, Head Gardener Ian Guest can relieve all that with a seasonal tour. Warm up and enjoy mince pies and mulled wine once you’ve explored the greens. Tours start att 11am on 26th an 27th December 2013, and tickets cost: Adults- £5.50, Concession- £5, Children -£3 and members go free! To book click here.
Put a little magic in your holidays and board the Bure Valley steam train which runs for 9 miles across beautiful landscapes on Norfolk’s narrowest gauge steam railway. With under 5’s travelling for free and a free minc pie for every fare-paying passenger, this outing is a sure treat. Visit the Bure Valley Railway website for more info on train times and stations to board on.
Make this Christmas magical and special with our luxury holiday cottages in Norfolk, they are self-catering so you can even cook your Turkey here!
From all the team at Hall Farm Cottages, we wish you very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!