Blakeney point to see the seals, championship Golf at Brancaster and Sheringham, horseriding at Squirelwood, Weybourne, and stately homes to visit at Blickling Felbrigg and Holkham.

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Only 2½ miles from the picturesque Georgian town of Holt and 2 miles from Blakeney, Rectory Hill Barns are set in the heart of the North Norfolk countryside. You can walk the 1½ miles to the sea almost entirely on permitted footpath.

At Cley you will find a superb delicatessen, an excelent gallery, a pottery, bookshop, pub, 2 teashops and a hotel not to mention the celebrated Cley Mill where non residentials may also dine.

For bird watchers the Norfolk Wildlife Trust have recently opened a new visitor centre with beautiful views over the



saltmarshes. An array of interesting publications, memorabilia and state of the art equipment is available to purchase along with a cafe serving coffee, cake and lightllunches, which is almost always open. Tickets to visit the hides are sold here and parking is free.

We are also blessed with some of the best pubs and restaurnats in the county on our doorstep; many of which have been voted best in year by such as Egon Ronay's 'Good Food Guide.

Further afield there are all year round boat trips to

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