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An insider's guide to what to do on a short break in North Norfolk, including the best markets, prettiest walks and quaintest villages, as well as top tips for foodies. By Sophie Butler,http://www.dante-lp-community.de/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=67431cheapjordanshoesfreeshipping.com/bolg, Telegraph Travel's North Norfolk expert.

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North Norfolk is best in spring, or autumn, when the region is warm but not overrun with tourists. In these shoulder seasons, locals and a handful of holidaymakers are able to enjoy the region’s flint-built villages, undulating countryside, atmospheric salt flats and vast beaches, without having to jostle for space with the masses.









Colourful beach huts bask in the morning rays at Wells-next-the-Sea

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Coastal paths are in full bloom during the spring, though autumn has the advantage of summer-warmed seawater, which is perfect for swimming and paddling. Back roads, calm during the shoulder seasons, are perfect for gentle touring by bike or car and the area’s stately homes are much quieter out of the summer holidays.


In spring, as in autumn, you also have a better chance of a same-day booking on the seal boats, which continue to chug out to Blakeney Point, giving day-trippers a close-up of the colony of common and grey seals that bask lazily on the water’s edge.











For some visitors, seals are the star attraction in Norfolk

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For birdwatchers, spring and early summer sees a rich variety of bird life including flycatchers, warblers, shearwaters and kittiwakes. Autumn meanwhile is a great time for food-lovers with local produce coming into culinary events taking place both on the coast and inland, celebrating the region’s varied local specialities, from real ales, honey, seafood and cheeses.

Where to stay

Special treat


Morston Hall is a flint- and brick-built Jacobean country-house hotel two miles from Blakeney, with an excellent Michelin-starred restaurant. From ?340 per person, including breakfast and dinner. Read the full Telegraph Travel review here.

Mid range


The Titchwell Manor is a former Victorian farmhouse converted into a stylish boutique hotel with efficient,cheap retro jordans, friendly service. Price from ?99 per night, including breakfast. Read the full Telegraph Travel review here.


Hoste Arms in Burnham Market is a four-star hotel with stylish interiors and a delightful garden. Price from ?80 per person,cheap wholesale jordans, including breakfast. Read the full Telegraph Travel review here.


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Budget


Cley Windmill in Cley-next-the-Sea is a eighteenth-century mill next to the River Glaven, overlooking reedbeds and sea with circular rooms and cosy dining room. Price from ?65 per person, including breakfast.

On arrival

7pm


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). The adjacent Conservatory Restaurant is a good place to sample local seafood – mussels, crab, oysters and lobster – and samphire, picked from the marshes (mains from ?13).









The White Horse has fine views over the salt flats and marshes

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Day one

9am


Head to the Georgian town of Burnham Market to buy your picnic provisions. Relax over a morning coffee at The Hoste Arms, which commands a prime spot overlooking the broad central green.

10.30am


Park in Lady Ann’s Drive for easiest access to Holkham beach – but take coins for the pay and display. Stride out eastwards for an hour’s round trip to Wells-next-the-Sea, with its colourful beach huts,Kicksokok.com, returning either along the sand or by the quiet coastal path behind the pine woods. Alternatively, walk westwards to Gun Hill, the highest point of the dunes with views of Scolt Head, to find a picnic spot in the marram grass.

2pm


Take your pick of the area’s best stately homes. Holkham Hall (entrance ?15/?7.50 adults/children for hall and museums) is an 18th-century Palladian mansion in a large estate, home to the Coke family; Houghton Hall (?18/free adults/children), which has superb William Kent interiors and magnificent five-acre walled garden; or, a little way inland, Blickling Estate (?13.55/?6.75 adults/children),cheap authentic jordans, with long gallery and park, said to be the birthplace of Anne Boleyn. These sights only open on certain days so check before visiting.









Houghton Hall has superb William Kent interiors and a magnificent walled garden

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7pm


Treat yourself to a four-course dinner at Morston Hall (01263 741041; set tasting menu at ?75), a Michelin-starred restaurant headed up by chef,jordan shoes, Galton Blackiston. A cheaper option, also in Morston, is the Anchor pub (01263 741392), where main courses start from around ?12.

Day two

9am


Depending on the state of the tide,http://www13.plala.or.jp/white_roots/gwbbs/gwbbs.cgicheapjordanshoesfreeshipping.com/bolg, 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 (some allow you to land on Blakeney Point for up to an hour). Contact Temples,cheap air jordans, Beans or Bishop’s Boats; prices are around ?12 for adults and ?6 for children.









Bucolic Blakeney is one of North Norfolk's prettiest coastal villages

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11am




Do a brief tour of the flint-built, coastal villages of Blakeney, with its pretty seafront and narrow back lanes, and Cley, with its windmill, delicatessen and shops selling local pottery, smoked fish and second-hand books. Consider a quick foray to the Georgian town of Holt for a browse around antique, art and gift shops where Bakers & Larners Food Hall&nbsp,http://www.mapsxm.com/search/node/cheapjordanshoesfreeshipping.com/bolg;sells a wide range of produce.

1pm


Choose from a selection of excellent local cafés within an easy drive ofHolt. In good weather, pick Wiveton Hall Cafe (01263 740515; mains from around ?cool, where brightly coloured tables and chairs are placed under pines next to the marshes.


For an excellent menu based on locally-produced organic produce (also available to buy at the deli counter) go to Back to the Garden (01263 715996; light meals from ?7.50, mains from ?15), and for good food combined with interesting local art try the Art Cafe in Glandford (01263 741711),cheap jordans, which has light lunches from ?5.25.











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