The North Norfolk coast has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty for 50 years. There are fabulous walks, amazing wildlife, and a brilliant array of places to eat.
Cley is the perfect getaway destination with a thriving community. Local produce, wines and fresh provisions from award winning Picnic Fayre Deli, cream teas at The Artimis Cafe, and fresh fish from Cley Smoke House.
The village also boasts established pottery studio Made In Cley, Pinkfoot Art Gallery, Crabpot Bookshop, the new Paston Acre Bakery and two pubs.
Visit the seals at Blakeney Point. Take a trip on sailing barge Juno. Relax on beautiful beaches. Watch wildlife on the salt marshes. Walk numerous scenic and coastal and woodland paths, or cycle a network of quiet routes.
The Holkham Estate, Houghton Hall, Natural Trust properties at Blickling & Felbrigg, and both Sheringham and Holt Country Parks are all close by.
There are many great places to eat including The Wiveton Bell pub, the Wiveton Hall Fruit Farm & Cafe, or the outstanding Michelin Star restaurant Morston Hall just 3 miles away.
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