Did you know that our holiday cottages in Norfolk can also accommodate large parties and…
We’re almost halfway through the Easter break and it’s around this time that the kids start declaring their boredom. In Norfolk there is so much going on to keep the kids entertained, and here’s a little sneak peek of what kind of things you can enjoy.
Broads National Park
The Broads National Park covers 117 square miles, and most of the park is situated in Norfolk. The park is filled with rivers and lakes, with various signposted walks available around the entire park.
The Broads are a fantastic day out in Norfolk, especially if you want to take the kids to run off some steam. There are endless places to explore, and you might stumble upon some sailboats, one of the various windmills, and a variety of wildlife.
If the sun is shining, and you fancy getting the walking boots out, the Broads National Park is a fantastic choice for a day out in Norfolk.
BeWilderwood is an adventure park based in Norfolk and it is set amongst the trees, quite literally, it features lots of magical treehouses for children and adults alike to enjoy.
At BeWilderwood, there are hours of fun to be had. Activities including building dens amongst the trees, taking boat rides, getting lost in the Maze, and exploring the treetop treehouses. It’s sure to be a hit with the kids!
Great Yarmouth Beach
Great Yarmouth is one of the most famous British beaches, and there are lots to see and do in the ‘Golden Mile’ between the two piers.
The beach is sandy, which makes it great for building sandcastles and paddling in the see when we get some warm weather. There’s also Joyland theme park if your kids are thrill seekers.
For those days where the sun isn’t shining, there’s also lots of indoor fun to be had! There’s a cinema, bowling alley, and the Sea Life Centre, which provides floor to ceiling beach views!
Stay in Norfolk
If you are planning on bringing the kids to Norfolk, why not extend your trip and stay at Hall Farm Cottages. We’re based between the villages of Horning and Ludham, with excellent access to all of the day trips mentioned above.
If you’re planning a day out with the kids in Norfolk, and are looking for somewhere to stay please contact us.