The wonders of Norfolk!
To celebrate the launch of the Norfolk Collection, we wanted to share some of the many reasons why we love this beautiful part of England so much. Find out more about this collection in the video below. We know you won't be able to stop until you have the entire range.
The good old days
Norfolk is a rural county in the East of England, known for its community spirit and easy-going way of life. If you would like to find out more about this counties rich history, you need to visit the Hardley Windmill, Blakeney Guildhall and Castle Rising. If you are also intrigued by afterlife, there is even a small lake called Hickling Broad which is believed to be haunted by a young soldier.
With quaint regency style houses, antique shops and delis to drool over, the villages and towns in Norfolk are what makes this place so special. Burnham Market should be at the top of your list for shopping and dining. It is also a great place to stay for the weekend, especially if you are after that traditional village feel. Another beautiful town to visit is Wells-next-the-Sea, known for its boat trips, crabbing on the quay and its summer carnival - the perfect place for fish and chips, something generations have enjoyed.
Idyllic coastal walks
With over 90 miles of coast, Norfolk has some of the most varied shoreline in the country. If you are after a sunset view, then you need to take the clifftop walk towards the seaside town of Hunstanton, the views are unmissable. You might also be after something a little more wild, the salt marshes and nature reserves are something you can expect to see on the Blakeney Circular Walk. For something a little more touristy, the Happisburgh Circular Walk is where you will find the iconic lighthouse seen on postcards and memorabilia all over the East of England.
For more information about this stunning part of the world, make sure you check out: https://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/