Walk this way…
Discover Nelson’s Norfolk homelands under wrap-around skies on hotel-to-hotel walking breaks. Walk North Norfolk creek-side pathways, beneath pines, alongside dunes and bird-filled reed-beds. Leave your footprints on Holkham’s vast sandy beach; wonder at iconic Cley windmill and historic Blakeney’s historic harbour; enjoy the North Norfolk Coast Path, around Old Hunstanton, Burnham Market, Wells-next -the-Sea and Sheringham at your very own pace.
Our self-guided Norfolk walking tours include relaxing accommodation, carefully planned linear routes, luggage transportation and taxi transfers as specified.
Set out along Norfolk’s magical coastline from Hunstanton’s stripey cliffs to Repton’s rhododendron-filled parkland at Sheringham, to discover meandering creeks and sandy bays, marshlands teeming with wildlife and tiny fishing villages full of flint cottages. England's Norfolk Coast Path is brim-full of breathtaking vistas, inspiring seascapes and excellent nature reserves as well as the heritage haunts of Lord Nelson’s childhood sailing grounds near stylish Burnham Market. With steam railways and stately homes also on route and taxi or Coast Hopper bus rides an option, there is plenty of scope to shorten the day-to-day walks and enjoy the attractions.
Definitely a walk where your binoculars will be your best friend if you wish, expect wildlife-watching opportunities a-plenty from wetland birds to seals basking on Blakeney Point, plus lots of local character and some mouthwatering seafood treats on this self-guided coastal encounter with Walking Breaks.
In some of North Norfolk’s most delightful small towns and villages including villages including Old Hunstanton, Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea, Blakeney and Upper Sheringham.
Take a little longer to nestle down into the Norfolk pace of life, with an extra day at the beginning of your Walking Breaks stay in East Anglia. Explore the area around Old Hunstanton home to West Norfolk’s iconic stripey red cliffs or venture north up the coast where the mysterious, early Bronze Age ‘Seahenges’, Holme I and II were discovered near the end of the ancient Peddars Way path. From Old Hunstanton to Sheringham, the Norfolk Coast Path leads past Lord Nelson’s homelands, taking in breathtaking vistas and inspiring seascapes, meandering creeks and sandy bays, stately home sites and steam railways.
But on this wild, conservation coastline, it is birdlife which so often steals the show as you wing your way between marshland nature reserves and historic quaysides, past the beacon towers of churches, clusters of flint cottages and memories of monastic settlements. From seal-spotting opportunities at Blakeney Point to salty samphire and the freshest seafood treats, this self-guided coastal encounter with Walking Breaks is simply full of delicious surprises.
In very comfortable properties in Old Hunstanton (2 nights), Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea, Blakeney and Upper Sheringham.
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