The Cliftonville Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for you just yet you have to work for this!) The whole of the village green is before your very eyes, follow the perimeter of the village green till you decide to follow one of the tracks. This will eventually take you further out of the village where you then have a choice of four countryside walking tracks to follow.
You have the Old Buckenham stud walking track where you get to see the horse stables.
You have the Swing ...
... Wroxham was the next stop, quick trip into Roy's the largest village department store. I should probably explain that there are numerous stores in Wroxham that are part Roy's, not just 1 store. We went down to the river to feed the swans which hissed alot less than the ones we met on the ...
... raised over £350000. Lunch at the Lamb Inn in the city center, Judith rediscovered an old favourite and they had a beer festival so all good. We walked around Elm Hill and Tombland Alley before heading back to the car mid-afternoon. We went to the Rising Sun pub in Coltishall for dinner, my first visit to the Rising Sun was 1987 on my first visit to ...
... no place on the boat (Henry Bloggs excepted). The women would grab their oilskins and boots and run down to the pier after them. Fascinating museum well worth a visit. We had lunch back at the Rocket cafe then a walk around town and purchase of our cromer crabs for tea, Short journey to Heydon where we found the tea shop & pub were both closed. Got to look around the Church and walk to the Manor house though and Lorna found a seat in the sun while she ...
... brick wall in the photos why they don't rely on brickwork alone. We stopped in Blackeney for lunch, for variety we stopped at the Kings Arms - the usual pub name is the Kings Head. Good food, beer and friendly locals. The tidal surges can be really fierce and the photos shows how bad the flooding can be. In fact the car park we used is underwater at high tide so the times were written on a board - still had to pay ...