Norfolk has always taken pride in treasuring its heritage with a wide range of museums and historical sites.

From captivating castles and cathedrals, to splendid stately homes, myriad museums and medieval churches, there's an amazing heritage to discover here.


  • Holkham Hall

    Holkham Hall

    Dogs on lead welcome.
    Visit the 18th Century stately home, or see the beautiful walled gardens being restored. There's bike and boats to hire to explore the acres of parkland and yound adventurers will love the new woodland play area.

    The beach at Holkham is one of the most unspoilt and beautiful stretches of sand in the country. Holkham Beach is the proud winner of best beach category in The Kennel Club’s Be Dog Friendly Awards.

  • Blickling Hall

    Blickling Hall

    Dogs on lead welcome.
    Beautiful Blickling Hall was the home of the Boleyn family, whose famous daughter, Anne Boleyn, captured the affections of our most notorious monarch, Henry VIII.

    The breath-taking red-brick mansion and ancient yew hedges sit at the heart of a magnificent garden and historic park in the beautiful Bure meadows.

  • Houghton Hall

    Houghton Hall

    Dogs on lead welcome.
    Houghton Hall is one of the finest Palladian Houses in this country. Built by Sir Robert Walpole in the 1720s, the superbly designed building reflects Walpole's status as Britain's first Prime Minister. The Hall is surrounded by parkland, home to a herd of white fallow and exotic deer.

    Contemporary sculpture in the gardens include works by James Turrell, Richard Long, Stephen Cox, Zhang Wang and Anya Gallaccio has designed the Sybil Hedge based on the signature of the lady Lady Cholmondeley, who lived at Houghton for 60 years.

  • Fellbrigg Hall

    Fellbrigg Hall

    Dogs on lead welcome.
    One of the most elegant country houses in East Anglia, the Hall is a place of surprises and delights, a mixture of opulence and homeliness where each room has something to feed the imagination. Story boxes for the children help explain some of the history of the house.

    Outside, the rolling landscape park with a lake, 211 hectares (520 acres) of woods and waymarked trails is a great place to explore nature and wildlife on this bountiful estate. With buggy friendly surfaces on main visitor routes, families can enjoy a great day out.

  • Walsingham Abbey

    Walsingham Abbey

    Dogs on lead welcome.
    The garden and grounds surrounding Walsingham Abbey are famous for the spectacular ruins of the mediaeval Priory and place of pilgrimage, together with an unrivalled display of massed snowdrops in February.

    Enjoy peaceful walks across the meadow, along the River Stiffkey, and through 18 acres of woodland.


‘And the wheel's kick and the wind's song and the white sail's shaking, And a grey mist on the sea's face, and a grey dawn breaking.’


Church Cottage
24 – 26 The Street
Morston, Holt
North Norfolk NR25 7AA

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T 07901 284955



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