Autumn in North Norfolk is a time to appreciate nature at its finest and all the highlights are easily accessible from Cromer. You can also take advantage of our new lower seasonal rates.
For nature lovers you can wrap up warm to enjoy walks in woodland in the midst of the leaves changing colours or enjoy the isolated beauty of the salt marshes at Morston and Blakeney. Through October you can still enjoy a relaxing boat journey on the Norfolk Broads, the only UK water based National Park. And for bird watchers the annual bird migration begins, watch thousands of birds migrate south from the Artic, pink footed geese can be seen at Titchwell and Cley, waders in the Wash at Snettisham and watch the wild swan feeds at sunset at Welney.
If its too cold or wet outside for you pay a visit to one of our local National Trust historic homes, always worth a visit. As well as the Royal home at Sandringham both Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall have extended their opening days until the end of October. During November Blickling Hall is also open on Saturday & Sundays.
Naturally our fine city of Norwich is worth a visit with its medieval Castle and Cathedral to explore before wondering around the lanes and spending time shopping in some of the many independent retailers in the area.
Throughout October and early November there is a wide choice of shows on Cromer Pier, many of them on a national tour including musical tribute acts, comedy shows and more
From the middle of November you can watch the very popular Thursford Christmas Spectacular with West End quality performers in north Norfolk, alternatively enjoy a traditional end of Pier variety show in Cromer from December.
Don’t forget after a day out exploring you can look forward to enjoying an evening meal in our restaurant or a drink in the bar without the need to venture outdoors again!