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We hope that all of our readers are feeling suitably stuffed after an Easter break full of sweet treats and roast dinners. Everyone here at our holiday cottages in Norfolk certainly is! In-fact, we’re thankful to live in such a beautiful area of the country so we can burn off all of those Easter eggs during walks around the Broads.
But just because Easter is over it doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! There is still plenty to see and do all around our self-catering and bed and breakfast holiday cottages on the Norfolk Broads!
On April 26th, a renowned photographer will be passing on his expertise during a two day Wildlife Photography Course. Published in BBC Wildlife, RSPB Magazine, the Independent, the Guardian and more, he is the perfect person from whom to learn the ropes when it comes to capturing Norfolk’s wildlife in all its glory. As well as practical workshops involving birds of prey, macro photography and walks around picturesque Fairhaven, the course will also include critiquing sessions which will teach you how to improve your shots.
There is even more outdoor action to be had with the CanoeMan! His Bushcraft Canoe Trail is perfect for adventurous families who’d love to learn a few vital bushcraft and campcraft techniques, all while getting closer to the resident Broads wildlife.
The Dawn Chorus Walk at Hoveton Great Broad is also a lovely way to get closer to nature. You’ll journey by ferry from Salhouse Broad at sunrise, before meeting a warden at the nature trail. From there you’ll be taken on a beautiful guided walk and told to keep a sharp ear pricked for different birdsong. You don’t have to be an expert twitcher either, as the warden will help you to identify each individual tune.
Green fingered holidayers will love the Garden and Plant Lovers Fair at Felbrigg Hall, Garden and Park. A huge variety of stands and local nurseries will be showcasing all kinds of beautiful spring blooms, while a plant doctor will be on hand to answer any burning questions you might have about your garden at home.
We do like to leave you spoilt for choice when it comes to local events, but when it comes to accommodation we have no qualms in recommending our very own holiday cottages in Norfolk. Placed in idyllic settings and even including special dog friendly holiday cottages in Norfolk, we have the perfect accommodation for absolutely every guest. Why not make an enquiry today?