While enjoying a well earned Norfolk break at The Court House award winning cottages why not try some some of these great days out this Easter?
1. Explore the oldest surviving steam drifter, Lydia Eve, originally designed for catching the Herring off Great Yarmouth. Lovingly restored, and in full working condition, a trip around the vessel moored on the river front, is a reminder of Gt. Yarmouth’s nautical past.
2. Enjoy the Vintage Tractor & Heritage Spectacular to be held at The Norfolk Showground 31 March and 1 April.
3. Entertain the whole family at Bewilderwood, a huge award winning forest of outdoor adventure. Tree house, zip wires, jungle bridges, storytelling, boat trips and lots more.
4. Enjoy great walking. Norfolk is fairly flat which makes walking easy, but with wide open skies and wonderful views. In less than 5 miles enjoy beach, woodland and pastures. Park at Winterton Church before walking North along the beach and dunes to Winterton Holmes, before turning West. After the farm buildings, which can be muddy, look for sign and turn South along the fields to join the quiet farm track to Burnley Hall. Turn East and re-join your car.
5. Visit the great Norman Castle and Keep at Norwich. Art lovers will love the Homage to Manet open until 19th April.
6. Enjoy all the fun of the Fair. The traditional fair visits Great Yarmouth the weekend after Easter.
7. Wander through the Fairhaven Woodland and Water garden. Enjoy the Scavanger Hunt Bonanza or Easter Egg Hunt.
8. Visit Wroxham Barns and enjoy the crafts and shopping. Children will love the junior farm and mini golf.
Norfolk is the driest County in Gt. Britain. But whatever the weather there is something for all the family to enjoy.