Monday – This morning we will make our way to Sandringham the much-loved country retreat of her Majesty, The Queen. The house is set in 24 hectares of stunning gardens. The various floors regularly used by the Royal Family are open to the public. Their very knowledgeable guides in every room inform you of the history of the property. (admissions included) We then travel onto our hotel in the afternoon.
Tuesday – A day of leisure for you to explore the beach. You could simply take a stroll along the esplanade, enjoy the panoramic views across the bay or visit one of the many attractions within the town. You can also take an opportunity to use the leisure facilities of the hotel and relax.
Wednesday – The town of Cromer sits on the edge of the north Norfolk coast, famous for its wide-open beaches, a lovely traditional pier and the best tasting crabs in the country. The town boasts a wonderful lighthouse in keeping with its fishing heritage. Enjoy some free time here before we travel on to Aylesham to board the Bure Valley Railway. Enjoy a nostalgic 45-minute journey by steam on Norfolk’s longest narrow-gauge railway. The 18-mile round trip runs through the pretty Bure Valley following the meandering river through open meadows and ancient pastures. From the station at Wroxham we will take a short walk to Wroxham Bridge where you will board our boat for a 90-minute cruise on the Norfolk Broads. The tour boats will take you through some of the most beautiful areas of The Norfolk Broads National Park, our captain with give a full commentary pointing out various points of interest along the way. We then return to Wroxham Bridge for you to explore this bustling little town known locally as the Capital of the Norfolk Broads.
Thursday - Today we travel to Lowestoft, while here why not admire the Kensington Gardens or visit the most easterly point in mainland UK of Ness Point and marvel in the lovely piece of art that is positioned there known as the Euro scope. Later we travel on to Norwich with its vintage shops, tearooms, galleries and restaurants. You may just wish to sit and admire the many beautiful gardens and enjoy the stunning views over the city. The secret Plantation Garden and Chapelfield Gardens are both wonderful examples of how the exotic and the more traditional flowers can complement each other.
Friday - Travelling home stopping for some lunch enroute arriving in the afternoon.