A Taste of Norfolk

Award-winning food & drink

Award winning beers and wines, cheese and meat – you’re in food heaven here – and lots of it is made on South Farm!

The local towns and villages are only a bike-ride away and are full of independent shops, good restaurants and pubs.

The City of Norwich

A cultural hub, only a short drive away

Just 30 minutes drive away is one of Britain’s finest medieval cities: Norwich is not to be missed.

It’s a UNESCO city of literature, home to a premier league football club and a reputable city of ale. It has two cathedrals, a Norman castle and several award-winning museums and galleries.

There are several theatres and music venues, and it is one of the top shopping destinations in the UK. The brightly coloured city centre market has just been voted the best in the country; selling foods from all around the world.

Further afield

There’s so much to explore!

Head east and you will come to the Southern Broads at Beccles where you can hire a boat and explore 150 miles of navigable water ways which form part of the UK’s most important wetlands.

Keep going and you will reach the sea along with mile upon mile of empty beaches, stretching from Lowestoft down to Southwold. The deserted city of Dunwich and Aldburgh is also home to the world-famous classic music festival.