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Places of Interest
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One of Britain’s most attractive cities with quaint winding shopping streets, an imposing Cathedral and the highest number of pre-Reformation churches in Europe.


A small, attractive resort full of character with its narrow twisting streets in the town centre and lively seaside promenade behind the sandy beach.


is a traditional seaside town which lies between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Its stunning sandy beach is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. There is also a yacht pond, tennis courts and bowling green, beautiful lawned areas and a newly refurbished bandstand where bands play on Sundays during the summer.


Suffolk Villages and Lowestoft
Travelling south, enjoy the famous fishing port of Lowestoft whilst taking in the picturesque villages of the Suffolk countryside.


Easton Farm Park
An award-winning attraction which is set in the beautiful surroundings of the Deben river valley.


Castle Acre Priory
One of the oldest and best preserved monastic sites in England with a reconstructed herb garden.


The Norfolk Broads
is a fascinating area with a rich history, reflected in the many wonderful places to visit and the unique wildlife. There are restored windmills, medieval churches, beautiful gardens and of course, miles and miles of peaceful waterways.


is an ancient market town which offers fascinating museums, historic sites, age-old mines, forgotten gardens, peaceful nature reserves and the magnificent Thetford Forest Park, Britain’s largest lowland pine forest.