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If you enjoy cycling and looking for your next adventure, but want to combine a holiday with it, then have you looked at the Norfolk Coast Cycleway event? It’s the perfect cycle route for anyone looking to capture stunning scenery along the way and our cottage in the Norfolk Broads will be just the place to relax in after a day of cycling.
The Norfolk Coast Cycleway combines the quieter roads so you can fully absorb the panoramic views on your journey through the countryside, coastal marshes and the coastline. You’ll also be spot some of Norfolk’s most incredible wildlife too. You can see why this cycle route is favourable amongst cycling enthusiasts. Be sure to pick up a map guide for your cycle route first though, it’s available from most tourist information centres, but if you struggle to find one, just let us know and we’ll do our best to help you out as much as possible during your stay in out cottage in the Norfolk Broads.
This particular cycle route covers 59 miles from King’s Lynn to Great Yarmouth. So if you’re main reason to visit Norfolk is to complete the Norfolk Coastal Cycleway, then make sure you book a Hall Farm cottage in the Norfolk Broads. You’ll appreciate your holiday cottage a lot more after cycling almost 60 miles. You don’t have to be the next Bradley Wiggins to take part in this cycle, the route has been carefully designed to suit all cycling abilities and it’s suitable for people of all ages.
The Norfolk Coastal Cycleway is truly breath-taking – in more ways than one and not just because of the amount of energy that you will be using throughout the 59 miles! We’re of course referring to the beautiful scenery that will guide you of the route. You can find more information about the Norfolk Coastal Cycleway here: http://www.norfolkcoastaonb.org.uk/pages/pspage.php?PageID=388
If you are planning on completing this incredible cycle and you’re not local to the area, contact Hall Farm today about staying in a delightful and welcoming cottage in the Norfolk Broads.