Oxford Ness. TheCanoeMan, Canoeing & Kayaking in the Norfolk Broads National Park, England, UK. This is our most popular canoeing trip, from Buxton Mill down the beautiful River Bure.
If it's the hidden secret of the Broads that you are looking for then this is the place to start. Although once navigated by Wherries the upper sections of the River Bure are now not accessible to anything but small unpowered craft. This provides a fantastically tranquil environment teaming with wildlife, including kingfishers and otters, and there is no better way to explore this unspoilt part of the Broads river network than by canoe.
Glamping Norfolk. Glamping Norfolk Thetford Club glamping is surrounded by natural history & ideal for walkers & cyclists.
Sitting on the edge of Britain’s largest lowland pine forest, our Thetford Forest Club glampsite and campsite is ideal for those looking to explore Norfolk’s towns and cities like Norwich and Bury St Edmunds, the Broads, or heading to coast for some traditional seaside fun at Great Yarmouth or the more peaceful Southwold. The Peddars Way National Trail passes close to the glampsite while the forest offers boundless opportunities for outdoor activity.
The High Lodge Forest Centre has play equipment, sculpture trails and for teenagers there’s Go Ape! Other nearby attractions include Banham Zoo, home to some of the world’s most exotic, rare and endangered animals, BeWILDerwood, a quirky adventure park in Wroxham and Dinosaur Adventure with dinosaur trails, play areas and an animal encounter. JUMBO CAMPING POD – Sleeps up to 5 STANDING CAMPING POD – Sleeps up to 4. Glamping Norfolk. Glamping Norfolk Happy Valley in Norfolk is a magical woodland for glamping holidays, weddings and events.
Nestled in 9 acres of whimsical woodland with a little lake and Bridged Island, it’s Norfolk’s best kept secret until now. As she stands alone in the most remote and romantic setting Happy Valley is enough to wow any an onlooker. Tinker Treehouse - Tree House Holidays. Treehouse Holidays Tinker was Britain's first tree house for overnight stays; most agree that the original is still the best!
The enchanting Tinker treehouse is on the edge of the wood with mellow lake views from the balcony. Inside the octagonal interior, ivy winds up three ash trees growing up amongst the retro furniture. There are reclaimed Georgian windows set into each of the eight sides that let light flood in and the eyes gaze out. Tinker is perfect for a romantic hideaway or it can be booked with Thatcher's Corner Bell tents to create your own minicamp. Cool camping. The Wren's Nest at The Fire Pit Camp. Our entirely handmade hazel bender tent is called The Wren's Nest because a wren nested and kept Matt company as he built it.
Matt is a partner here at The Fire Pit, married to Sarah and is a skilled craftsman and carpenter. He copiced and harvested the local Hazel himself and built this magnificent dome like structure from an idea he had pictured in his mind. The hazel branches are staked deep into the ground, bent over then carefully weaved together to make a dome. The dome has then been covered in hessian, blankets and recycled tarps. There is not one nail used in the hazel and the floor has been made from old pallets, broken up, perfectly fitted, sanded and waxed to complete the a natural yet luxurious finish.
Unassuming from the outside it is truly magical when you step inside. Welcome to Houghton Hall - Official Website. Norfolk Museums Service - Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse. Please note: We are currently going through a three-year Heritage Lottery Fund project “Voices from the Workhouse”.
While we are working on these displays some parts of the site will be closed or empty. Please see this map to find out what you can see today. Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse is a truly unique museum. Visit its 50-acre site and discover the: • Museum of life on the land • Traditional farm with rare breed animals • Beautiful, unspoilt grounds and exciting adventure playground The museum is a great day out whether you want to learn about the lives of Norfolk people in the past or relax and have a good time with your friends and family. Use the navigation links to plan your visit, find out more about the museum and for details of events and exhibitions. Upcoming events Story Festival Bank Holiday Monday 2 May Meet much-loved characters from your favourite childhood tales. Blakeney National Nature Reserve. Notice: The toilets on Blakeney Point are working but due to possible salt water contamination issues, there is currently no drinking water or washing facilities.
Please use the anti-bacterial foam cleaner provided for hand-washing. We are working to fully resolve the situation and apologise for any inconvenience caused. Wide open spaces and uninterrupted views of the natural and dynamic coastline make for an inspiring visit to Blakeney, at any time of the year. The moving tides, covering pristine saltmarsh or exposing the harbour, combined with the varying light of Norfolk's big skies, create an ever-changing scene. Blakeney Point, within Blakeney National Nature Reserve, is a four-mile-long sand and shingle spit. TheCanoeMan, Canoeing & Kayaking in the Norfolk Broads National Park, England, UK.