North Norfolk’s Ancient Landscapes. 17-22 February 2020, 5 nights

Walking & Wildflowers North NorfolkPrimrose North NorfolkWe thought we would do something different this year and spend a few days in our home county. People often think of Norfolk as being flat but this is not entirely true as North Norfolk has some gentle hills and valleys including the ‘Cromer Ridge’ which was formed by retreating glaciers at the end of the last Ice Age. It is an interesting landscape and winter is a good time to see the ancient land patterns of smaller fields, hedge boundaries and meandering valleys. Norfolk is known for its ‘big skies’ and watching skeins of geese flying in from the coast to roost is a magical sight. We look for the first signs of spring including primroses, snowdrops and celandines. We are based in a comfortable country hotel in West Runton in a lovely rural situation but not far from the coast.

£750.00 Half Board based on sharing twin room.
Single Supplement £25

Primrose photo courtesy of Pokrajac
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