Now that our "Indian" summer has been and gone and the children are back to…
As you know this weekend kicked off the Broads Outdoor Festival, what a good start it was with the sun beaming on full power it was one of the most enjoyable weekends of the year so we’ve been told! Don’t worry if you couldn’t make it over the bank holiday as there are events going on until the 19th May!
Over today and tomorrow you can get out and enjoy the glorious sunshine and the beautiful surroundings the Broads provide, if you enjoy capturing memories then the ‘Wide Angles on Angles Way’ workshop is perfect for you, discover the prettiest landscaping across the Broads and visit Burgh Castle with a professional photographer at 2:30pm ’til 3pm, what’s better is it’s free, meet at Roman Town car park!
Enjoy a stroll around Wherryman’s Way tonight from 7pm-9pm, take in the idyllic landscaping as the sunsets, perfect for a family or a couple just wanting to explore the surrounding and nature, again this event is free arrive promptly at Hardley Staithe.
Click for more info on the Broads Outdoor Festival events http://www.outdoorsfestival.co.uk/events
Our dog friendly cottages in Norfolk give you all the comfort and privacy of your own home so whether you want to cook up something tasty for yourself and eat it on the garden furniture watching over the greenery, or just explore the surrounding and find a cosy pub to indulge in Norfolk Broads has it all!
Why not get away from all the hustle and bustle of city life and visit Hall Farm cottages, there’s plenty to do and see including cooking classes (one of which I’m taking part in today) http://www.plantocook.co.uk/default.html and that’s not all Ludham’s very own Linda Matthews offers painting holidays making our dog friendly cottages in Norfolk the perfect accommodation, so you can paint a pretty canvas just a short distance away from your own private cottage! For the perfect bank holiday weekend visit Norfolk Broads and log onto Hall Farm Cottages’ and checkout their special offers!