Little Hautbois, Norwich, Norfolk, England
Things to do
There are few counties in the country that are as diverse as Norfolk, with so many different personalities. You'll soon notice the varying pace of life, from relaxed coastal villages that were once prosperous ports to the bustling metropolis.
A delightful 93 miles of coast, much of it designated an area of outstanding natural beauty, topped and tailed by the seaside charms of Hunstanton and Great Yarmouth. They are great to enjoy throughout the season, all are dog friendly.
The Broads have a wonderful mixture of open water, woodland, fen and marsh and are a National Park. Boats can be hired less than 10 minutes from the Hall in Wroxham and can be used to explore the waterways and discover the varied birdlife and wildfowl or even moor up to a riverside pub for a spot of lunch and a pint.
The city centre is just 9 miles from Little Hautbois. From the facinating Norman Castle standing proud over the City to the beautiful Pulls Ferry on the riverside, Cows Tower and Bishops Bridge, the oldest in Norwich.
Two Catherdrals, Museams, Galleries, the Theatre Royal, Norwich Playhouse provide cultural alternatives to the fantastic shopping, quality restaurants and historic public houses.
Norfolk boasts some of the finest and historic links golf courses in the UK and all are within a short drive from Little Hautbois.
Royal West Norfolk, Hunstanton, Royal Norwich, Royal Cromer and Sheringham golf courses are all ranked the best courses in the country and we can't recommend them highly enough. The oldest golf club, founded in 1882, can be found at Great Yarmouth & Caister-on-Sea
Norfolk is a real playground for children - it's packed with adventure to suit all ages and interests.
Go crabbing at Sheringham or Cromer beaches, take a journey along the 18 mile Bure Valley Railway which toots along through the Hautbois Hall Estate, or explore Bewilderwood, an adventure play ground with tree houses and plenty of outdoor activities.
Stately Homes & Gardens
Norfolk has an abundance of grand houses, stately homes, gardens, churches and fine historical architecture.
From Sandringham to Holkham and from Blickling to Felbrigg, Norfolk has a veritable array of exquisite halls and stately homes to visit.
For further information on how to discover Norfolk