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A pleasant half-term holiday in Norfolk
With half-term approaching, we’re sure that you’re looking for ways to keep the children entertained and occupied throughout the week off school. Of course, we understand that this is harder said than done, but there this is one idea that is certainly worth considering, booking a bed and breakfast Norfolk accommodation for a short, but well-deserved holiday.
There is always something exciting happening here in Norfolk, whether this involves spotting the favourable grey seals on the beaches, to long walks and historical sight-seeing, to family activities that everyone can get stuck into and enjoy. But a long, eventful day requires a comfy bed at the end of it, which is exactly what you are guaranteed with Hall Farm’s bed and breakfast Norfolk cottages. This and a freshly prepared continental breakfast that is guaranteed to supply you with all the energy needed to start the day off, as well as taste delicious. Our breakfasts cater for everyone and there will be something for the whole family to enjoy.
If you are planning in staying in one of our homely bed and breakfast Norfolk cottages during the half-term break, then here are a few things happening in Norfolk that you can enjoy.
Until 21st February, you can enjoy the amusing and interactive kinetic sculptures by Johnny White at the Beastly Machines at Time & Tide, Great Yarmouth. The ideas behind these entertaining sculptures were influenced by recent affairs including the latest media stories. You can expect animals and mythical creatures from Johnny White’s kinetic sculptures.
If this isn’t your thing, then why not visit Alphonse Mucha’s art collection ‘In Quest of Beauty’ at the Sainsbury Centre? Alphonse Mucha is a celebrated and famous Czech artist of the fin-de-siècle. His elegant designs, decorative panels and stunning advertising posters took Mucha to international fame. Alphonse Mucha’s collection includes art from the Mucha Trust.
You can find more details about these two events on Visit Norfolk’s website: http://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/Whats-on/
There are so many exciting things that you can enjoy here in Norfolk, and if you’re not sure what to do or where to start, then the Hall Farm team will be more than happy to recommend activities and events. Our aim is to ensure that not only are you enjoying a pleasant and welcoming stay in our bed and breakfast Norfolk cottages, but that your holiday in Norfolk has been truly memorable.
For more information about booking Hall Farm’s bed and breakfast Norfolk cottages for the half-term break, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.