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Along with its incredible natural beauty Norfolk has a lot of interesting attractions to explore on holiday in the county. Located in East Anglia it is a favourite getaway for Londoners who want to escape the mad-rush of metropolitan life, to a place less crowded and serene. Norfolk offers the ideal location with scenic landscapes, beautiful beaches, big skies, a vast coastline and other natural attractions.

In terms of accommodation, there are a decent number of Norfolk hotels to stay in comfort in and around the county.

For those who want to pamper themselves in more luxurious surroundings, there are a select few 5-star hotels in Norfolk.

A fine option would be the Harper Hotel in Norfolk, located on North Street in Langham, about a mile away from the spectacular coastline.

Some of the best places to visit without having to spend a penny in the area are:

Redwings Horse Sanctuary: It is the largest of its kind sanctuary for horses in the country for horses, ponies, donkeys and mules. A great place to visit for animal lovers, there are two centres for visitors in Norfolk. These are the Aylsham Visitor Centre located in the north and the Caldecott Visitor Centre near Great Yarmouth. Both are wonderful places to introduce the kids to the animals in them. There are walking tours of the areas with a play centre and also a cafe.

Norwich Cathedral: The cathedral is renowned for its amazing architecture both internally and externally and a popular attraction for visitors to the area. There is an interesting and informative guided tour (free). It offers visitors a captivating insight into the more than 900 years of history of the cathedral.

Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve: Those who enjoy the outdoors will thoroughly revel in the magnificent scenery, free of cost. The Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve is home to a variety of fauna in the area. It offers an excellent opportunity for birdwatchers with three nature trails to explore in the area. While entrance to the nature reserve is free, there is a nominal parking charge for non-members.

Dad’s Army Museum: Those who are keen admirers of the telly show Dad’s Army, will enjoy a visit the Dad’s Army Museum located in Thetford. The museum can be visited at no cost and visitors have an opportunity to follow the Dad’s Army trail. It takes them to the many locations around, which featured in different episodes of the show.

Norfolk Lavender: Those who enjoy the wonderful fragrance of lavender will definitely find a visit to Norfolk Lavender a memorable experience. It is home to some of the finest lavender gardens in the country, a wonderful herbs garden, a distillery (for processing lavender oil) and the National Lavender Collection. The kids will enjoy the outdoor play area and the animal farm in the area as well.

Holkham National Nature Reserve: Home to various landscapes including marshland, pinewood and sand dunes it houses an abundance of wildlife. Spread across 4,000 hectares there are numerous trails to explore the surroundings.
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