Norfolk Highlights, Norwich, Sandringham & Railway
This five day holiday to the lovely county of Norfolk is full of treats. We'll explore the fascinating City of Norwich - Britain's most complete Medieval City, head to the coast and visit the lovely Victorian seaside resort of Cromer, visit the Broads and enjoy a nostalgic steam train ride and see stunning Sandringham - the Queens much loved country retreat
4 Nights, Dinner, bed & breakfast
One Way Journey on the Bure Valley Railway
Entrance to Sandringham
Visits to Norwich, Wroxham, & Cromer
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Mercure Norwich * * *
The hotel is conveniently located just three miles from Norwich city centre and is home to the Feel Good Health Club, which offers a stunning indoor swimming pool, Finnish sauna and steam room. The classic bedrooms are well appointed with TV, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryer. Dine in the lovely Brasserie Restaurant and relax with an aperitif
or after dinner drinks in the Club Bar. No lift rooms are on the ground or 1st floor.
EXCURSION 1: Today we visit nearby Norwich and spend a full day exploring this fascinating city. Filled with hidden gems and winding alleyways nestled among the more well- known fun attractions. Explore this compact City's incredible heritage sites which rub shoulders with modern technology and experience compelling architecture spanning 1000 years. With pretty green spaces and parks, riverside locations and outdoor art, Norwich is a city for all ages and interests. It's also great for shopping, eating and drinking with a wide range of independent and high street stores, historic pubs and bars and restaurants.
EXCURSION 2: We travel to into the Broads today and to Wroxham, we'll have some free time to explore before we join our lunchtime Steam Train for a 45 minute journey through the Bure Valley. Following our ride we head off to the coast and spend the afternoon in the delightful seaside town of Cromer.
EXCURSION 3: Through the lovely Norfolk scenery today and we arrive at stunning Sandringham, we have time to explore the house which dates back to 1870, the beautiful gardens, country park and the museum which houses an extraordinary collection ranging from the very large - the 1939 Merryweather fire engine - to the very small - tiny Indian doll dancers in the Curio Cupboard - and from the grand - gifts in pearl and exotic hardwoods given to The Queen on State Visits abroad - to the personal - the clock used in the Royal Pigeon Lofts at Sandringham to time her Majesty's racing pigeonsBack to top