The awe-inspiring Norfolk Broads are also nearby, with an abundance of interconnected waterways and lakes, where you can enjoy a selection of outdoor activities including cruises and boating. The region is known as the wildlife capital of the UK for good reason, as it is home to some of the rarest species of wildlife including hawks, butterflies and even porpoises.
Slightly further afield is the beautiful Norfolk coast, with miles of unspoiled beaches to explore and some great attractions including Europe’s last end-of-pier theatre at Cromer. This development allows you to enjoy the peace and quiet of outdoor living but is still just 12 miles from the historic cathedral city of Norwich offering a huge range of things to see and do.
- Bus Stop – 2 miles
- GP Surgery – 2 miles
- Post Office – 2.2 miles
- Supermarket – 7 miles