Now that our "Indian" summer has been and gone and the children are back to…
Sorry, I couldn’t help with opening this blog with an Easter egg pun! Now Easter arrives next weekend, well technically Easter week starts on Sunday 29th March (Palm Sunday), which means the kids will be on holiday for two weeks. So what do you do to fill the time whilst the kids are off school?
Well, there are plenty of fun Easter activities to get stuck into over the Easter holidays and we still have a couple cottages in Norfolk available for booking. You and your family can enjoy anything from feeding baby lambs, going on egg hunts or you could simply enjoy toasting some hot cross buns in one of our cottages in Norfolk and enjoy a picnic somewhere. The weather is meant to be scorching over Easter weekend, so you may as well make the most of it!
The Norfolk Broads are beautiful all year round, but as soon as the sun beams over it everything comes alive. It’s no wonder it’s a popular UK holiday destination and our cottages in Norfolk are tailored to welcome you with warmth and comfort.
If you’re looking for egg-citing Easter activities to do in Norfolk, then browse Visit Norfolk’s top picks of things to do over the next upcoming months: http://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/Whats-on/
In the meantime, don’t hesitate to snap up one of our gorgeous cottages in Norfolk. Remember, we’re not just around for Easter.