36 Hours in... North Norfolk

1. Morston Hall

Holt, Norfolk
Hotel · 4 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe 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.

Titchwell Manor is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

2. Titchwell Manor

Titchwell, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, Titchwell, Norfolk
Hotel · 4 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Mid range: A former Victorian farmhouse converted into a stylish boutique hotel with efficient, friendly service. Price from £90 per person, including breakfast.

The Hoste is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

3. The Hoste

7.3
The Green, Burnham Market, Norfolk
Hotel · 14 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Budget: A four-star hotel with outlandish interiors and a delightful garden. Price from £70 per person, including breakfast.

The White Horse is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

4. The White Horse

8.3
Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk, Norfolk
Pub · 8 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe 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).

Burnham Market is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

5. Burnham Market

Village · 4 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe 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.

Holkham Beach is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

6. Holkham Beach

8.7
Lady Anne's Rd. (off A149), Holkham, Norfolk
Beach · 8 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Stride out eastwards for an hour’s round trip to Wells-next-the-Sea, with its colourful beach huts, returning either along the sand or by the quiet coastal path behind the pine woods.

Holkham Hall is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

7. Holkham Hall

7.7
Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
Historic Site · 6 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: 18th-century Palladian mansion in a large estate which has superb William Kent interiors and magnificent five-acre walled garden. Nearby, Blickling Estate, birthplace of Anne Boleyn

Blakeney Point is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

8. Blakeney Point

Beach · 4 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Depending on the state of the tide, book onto a boat trip to Blakeney Point to see the common and grey seals lolling on the water’s edge. Hour-long boat trips depart from Morston Quay.

Cley next the Sea is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

9. Cley next the Sea

Neighborhood · 1 tip

The TelegraphThe 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.

Wiveton Farm Cafe is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

10. Wiveton Farm Cafe

Wiveton, Norfolk
Café · 3 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe 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.

Back To The Garden is one of 36 Hours in... North Norfolk.

11. Back To The Garden

8.1
Farmers Market · 5 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe 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