One of the exciting things about going and being on holiday is deciding where to visit!
Here in Norfolk. there are lots of opportunities to get closer to nature. Here are just a few suggestions for you….But don’t be shy! Let me know where you would recommend and what you enjoy doing whilst you are here in Norfolk:
The Trust is a renowned environmental educational charity, established in 1984. There is also a tearoom and open gardens. Dogs are very welcome on leads in the garden
Hickling Broad, just a few minutes drive hosts the common crane, bittern, marsh harrier, bearded tit and Cetti’s warbler. In winter large numbers of marsh harriers roost in the reedbed north east of Stubb Mill; merlin and hen harrier are also regular. Barn owl is almost guaranteed and you may see kingfisher if you are lucky. Interesting mammals include the introduced Chinese water deer, red deer and hard-to-see otters.
East Ruston Old Vicarage Gardens…So well worth a visit if you have any interest at all in plants. Several gardens in various designs lovingly tendered. (And a pretty super little tearoom too!)