Join the Norfolk railway at Weybourne station for a family fun day out with Morgan the railway cat, enjoy games music and song.
The Poppyland Blog
Step back in time for a very popular event, this year commemorating the 80th anniversary of WW2.
14th & 15th September 2019
Dress up in the period to really feel like you have been transported back in time. Most of the entertainment taking place at the north Norfolk railway stations, towns of Sheringham and Holt hosting many events.
Cromer Carnival 2019 will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary! Full details of all Cromer Carnival events can be found on the website.
A four acre private walled garden that has belonged to the Bishops of Norwich for over 900 years.
The Gardens will be open during 2019 to support the work of many local charities.
North Norfolk has one of the very best stretches of sandy coast in the country. The Blue Flag awards have been given to Sheringham, Cromer, Mundesley, Sea Palling, East Runton and West Runton, and a seaside award for Wells-next-the-Sea for 2019.
Hollybrook House is our latest addition new to Poppyland Holiday Cottages.
The cottage sleeps up to eight plus cots. Three bathrooms, spacious kitchen diner and gorgeous relaxing lounge with multi fuel stove. Enclosed garden and off road parking for several cars.
Soon to be live on our website and available to book now. Please email or call for more information.
The house is situated in the village of Aylmerton just a five minute drive to the seaside village of West Runton. Lovely walks from your front door around the Felbrigg Hall estate and lake.
Such a variety of of Beaches to enjoy.
Saturday 16th to Friday 22nd February
A week full of fun, creativity and learning for the whole family.A packed programme of events has been planned by Sheringham Museum at The Mo.
A few pictures of our lovely coastline, very varied with lots to see and do any time of the year.
Cromer pier and beach
View from Cromer cliff towards Overstrand
Exposed rocks between Cromer and East Runton
Taken at sunset in Cromer
Seals at Blakeney Point