If you’re staying with us this Easter…
Walking – there’s Peddar’s Way Hunstanton or if you’re daring enough walk the full Norfolk Coast Path.
Wildlife – Want to occupy the kids for a day? There’s Pensthorpe Natural Park, Snettisham Park and Blakeney Nature reserve where you can see the resident seals!
Not interesting enough you say?
If you fancy something a bit more ‘out there’ you can take an Alpaca Trekking at Well-next-the-sea!
If the weathers not great (unfortunately it’s not always sunny in Norfolk) you can paint ceramics or build a teddy at Paint Me in Hunstanton or make bread and climb the windmill at Bircham Windmill.
All year round there’s plenty to do… and see…
Archery – join us on our very own archery range and experience the thrill of shooting an arrow straight and true. A two-hour session is just £15pp (Minimum group of 4. Max group of 30).
Family tickets are £70 which includes 2 adults and 3 children. Details here.
Archery sessions are running in the high season in 2021 on the following dates from 9:30am-11:30am.
Wednesday 21st July 2021
Tuesday 27th July 2021
Wednesday 4th August 2021
Tuesday 10th August 2021
Wednesday 18th August 2021
Tuesday 24th August 2021
Wednesday 1st September 2021
Pre-booking is essential as this activity is subject to demand and availability.
Community – if during your holiday you are looking for community services, a community cafe or church services, Brightmap will show you what’s available.
Cycling – with the local area being remarkably level, it’s ideal for cycling.
Local events – from family friendly festivals to military vehicles and aircraft, there’s a wide variety of events going on locally. Details here.
Seaside – there are fabulous beaches at Hunstanton and Holkham.
Shopping – explore the quaint shops at Burnham Market or journey a little further to Kings Lynn or Norwich.
Walking – There are loads of beautiful walks, to suit whether you like long walks or short ones.
Wildlife – see the birds at RSPB Titchwell and enjoy a boat trip to see our wonderful seals at Blakeney Point. Or take a trip to Holkham Nature Reserve and Beach – which is great for walkers (and dogs too!)
A fantastic family friendly open air Summer music festival in the Tuesday Market Place in Kings Lynn. The festival is free (no tickets required) and the dates are:
See the Festival Too website for details.
Deepdale Spring Market 2021 – Saturday 27th March – Monday 29th March
10:00 am Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk Coast
There are over 60 stalls including artisian and craft and lots of yummy food exhibitors!
The Deepdale Spring Market is a great day out and the perfect place to find unique gifts.
Deepdale Spring Market is part of the Deepdale Hygge, which is the celebration of the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, with live music (Friday & Saturday), the North Norfolk Coast Hygge Fair (Saturday) and activities throughout the weekend.
The Sandringham Estate
Jools Holland – 28th August 2021
Legendary musician Jools Holland will be joined by his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra in an open-air concert on the East Lawn and the Sandringham Estate.
This event will feature special guests Eddi Reader and Ruby Turner.
The Proms in the Garden – 29th August 2021
Brian Blessed OBE will be hosting this night of music. There will also be a special display in the form of a Spitfire flypast and a spectacular display of fireworks.
Military Vehicles (and a Hawker Hunter jet fighter) at the Anglia Motel
Military Vehicles and a Hawker Hunter fighter aircraft are on permanent display at the Anglia Motel.
Events for 2021 TBC
See the Anglia Motel website for details, or phone 01406 422 766
Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair 2021 – Saturday 15th May – Sunday 16th May
10:00 am Pensthorpe Natural Park Fakenham NR21 0LN
The Bird and Wildlife Fair, which will run at Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, on May 16 and 17, was previously known as the Norfolk Bird and Wildlife Fair.
Pensthorpe Bird & Wildlife Fair will feature guest speakers, demonstrations, walks and talks, and book signings.
Unique Opportunity – WW1 Trench Visit
While staying at Dreamy Hollow Campsite why not book a tour of our rare WW1 Lovat Scout Trenches, situated adjacent to our campsite.
The trenches were dug by soldiers from the Lovat Scouts as they prepared to go to the battlefields of the World War One. Additional information is available on our Lovat Scout Research website.
Pre-booking is essential as this activity is subject to demand and availability. To book, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 07564 226780.