Heacham Manor

Address: Hunstanton Road, Heacham, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, PE31 7JX, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Hunstanton Road, Heacham, is near 21 Mile Drive, Hunstanton Golf Club, Norfolk Coast Path, and Courtyard Farm.
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      Chilling with the Cousins

      A travel blog entry by teamrusso on Dec 30, 2014

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      Still on a high from meeting our family it was nice just to sit down quietly and catch up with those who were available for lunch. We got the guided tour of Boston Town including of course best Pub, The Boston Stump which was unfortunately closed and Centenary where Carl & Kelly were married a year ago.

      We checked out the local shopping ...

      Rowe - Smith Family Reunion

      A travel blog entry by teamrusso on Dec 29, 2014

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      Wow what a night!

      After facebooking an event to hopefully meet some of my British family for the first time we were utterly taken back by at 40-50+ strong turnout. Walking through the door to the Burton House Restaurant we were anxious, nervous and not sure what to expect then all of a sudden it was like the pages I see daily on facebook had come to life.

      It was fabulous to also see the Smith side of the family finally meet the Rowe side ...

      Birding the Norfolk Coast

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... time. The sky gets black with thousands of birds and they remind me of schools of fish as they dip and dive. The last to leave are the Oystercatcher. They look like an army marching doubletime inland shoulder to shoulder with the water lapping at their feet. The water comes in from all sides until they are on a tiny island that gets swept under as they all take off. We are surprised to see a seal in ...

      Back to the sea

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... developed the system for crop rotation to add nutrients back into the soil organically and increase crop yields. There was a fair amount of information about the family in WWI. They had a military history and all 3 sons and their son in law fought in the war. All came home except the oldest son and heir. He left a widow and son so the line continued.

      The house is open 3 days a week for 7 months of the year. They encourage the ...

      A bit about Oxford

      A travel blog entry by tommyc on Sep 04, 2014

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      Hi once again everyone I am now in the country side in England staying with my aunt and uncle but I would like to tell you about staying in oxford. On Monday we went shopping in Oxford and it was great fun. I bought some new shoes and clothes from some posh and trendy shops and then we did a bit of sight seeing like looking at the old colleges which are in lots of movies and shows ...