Now that our "Indian" summer has been and gone and the children are back to…
We know just how lucky we are to be located in an area that offers up something for everybody here at Hall Farm Cottages. So why not come and book your stay here with us at Hall Farm, your holiday cottages in Norfolk.
In today’s article we are going to be looking at just a selection of the local activities and sites on offer here in the Norflok Broads. We’ll start by taking a look at St. Benet’s Abbey. Regular readers of our blog will recall that we have featured an article on the Abbey back in January. A copy of that article van be found by clicking here.
To re-cap however, St. Benet’s Abbey dates back to the 12th century and is thought to have been one of the Abbeys that remained open during Henry VII’s rule. A noticeable landmark, the picturesque walk over to the Abbey makes for a lovely day out on its own. The walk ways leading up to the Abbey are perfect for those who enjoy a spot of rambling.
Furthermore, the area boasts numerous species of wildlife and birds, ideal for those who enjoy bird watching. Patrons can also take part in seasonal tours of the area, with free guided tours taking place between May and September, which we also recommend.
Prefer the colour of sand to the vast array of greenness? Then Norfolk can cater for that too. There are a number of beaches located in close proximity of our holiday cottages in Norfolk, perfect for a day out – especially in the summer season. What is more, these beaches have fantastic facilities making wheelchair access easy. You can also bring the whole family for a stroll, as these beaches are dog friendly.
Finally we can’t mention the Norfolk Broads without mentioning the fantastic waterways and networks. Fancy hiring a boat and being a skipper for the day? Well you most certainly can. Further information on water activities can be found here.
Come and stay with us here at Hall Farm, your holiday cottages in Norfolk.