The Telegraph: Special treat: A flint- and brick-built Jacobean country-house hotel two miles from Blakeney, with an excellent Michelin-starred restaurant. From £160 per person, including breakfast and dinner.
The Telegraph: Catch your first sight of the area’s atmospheric coastal landscape of marshland and salt flats from the terrace at The White Horse in Brancaster Staithe (01485 210262; whitehorsebrancaster.co.uk).
The Telegraph: Head to the Georgian town of Burnham Market to buy your picnic provisions at the Humble Pie delicatessen and Gurneys. Relax over a morning coffee at The Hoste Arms by the broad central green.
The Telegraph: Do a brief tour of the flint-built, coastal villages of Blakeney, with its pretty seafront, and Cley with its windmill, delicatessen and shops selling local pottery, smoked fish and second-hand books.
The Telegraph: In good weather, pick Wiveton Hall Cafe (10) (01263 740515; wivetonhall.co.uk; mains from around £8), where brightly coloured tables and chairs are placed under pines next to the marshes.
The Telegraph: For an excellent menu based on local organic produce go to Back to the Garden (01263 715996; back-to-the-garden.co.uk; light meals from £7.50, mains from £15) the newly opened Art Cafe in Glandford