With close links to the Norfolk retreat of HM The Queen - Sandringham, Burnham Market and the stately home, Houghton Hall, we are surrounded by a wealth of culture.
Admiral Lord Nelson was born and lived in the nearby village of Burnham Thorpe, and there are many other places of great historical significance in the vicinity. For those of you interested in wild life, North Norfolk contains several RSPB reserves a short drive away, with of course the seals off Blakeney Point. There's Walsingham with its National Anglican and Roman Catholic Shrines just a five miles drive. While those of you who enjoy Christmas shows what better than a visit to Thursford's Christmas Spectacular is a short car ride away. There's Fakenham race course, shopping at Burnham Market, the beautiful Georgian town of Holt, it just goes on and on...
There are often concerts, artistic events, horse trials and other such activities taking place nearby and wherever possible, we will make tickets available for you on request. Bird watching is a great pastime in the area and we can supply you with an expert guide to accompany you, should you be an enthusiast.
We've highlighted a few of the more popular choices below for you, but have details of many others available over the phone - feel free to give us a call.
Sandringham is the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen, and has been the private home of four generations of British monarchs. Sandringham Estate is also home to many special events throughout the year. Learn more by going to www.sandringham-estate.co.uk
Houghton Hall was built as a country seat by Sir Robert Walpole, the First Prime Minister of England to house his art and picture collection. Learn more by going to www.houghtonhall.com
Holkham is still privately owned, and is the centre of a thriving 25,000-acre agricultural estate. It was the home of the Agricultural Revolution. Learn more by going to www.holkham.co.uk