Green Farm Hotel and Restaurant

Address: North Walsham Road, Thorpe Market, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR11 8TH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on North Walsham Road, Thorpe Market, is near Roman Baths Museum, Felbrigg Hall, Cromer Pier, and Holme Dunes National Nature Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Thorpe Market

Welcome to Old Buckenham... a fine village!

A travel blog entry by larkyontour on Oct 12, 2015

... of Stacksford and back to Old Buckenham.
Of course it is possible to do all four walks in one day if you're really feeling daring!

You've earned your dinner! Back to The Gamekeeper you go for some nice food... /food.html

From here you can go over the green to the Ox and Plough for drinks and some cheerful chatter... ...

Norfolk broads

A travel blog entry by gotte on Oct 01, 2015

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... 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 ...

Norwich city

A travel blog entry by gotte on Sep 30, 2015

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... 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 ...

Cromer and Heydon

A travel blog entry by gotte on Sep 29, 2015

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... 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 ...

Holt, Blakeney and Binham Priory

A travel blog entry by gotte on Sep 28, 2015

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Lovely day again, this time a look around North Norfolk coast starting with a coffee in Holt, one of our favourite villages. (Actually Adrian and I indulged in hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows). A mix of flint and brickwork is used in North Norfolk buildings. The flint can be left whole and round and broken in half and the smoother side faces out. It's quite pretty when well done and you can see from the state ...