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North Norfolk is steeped in history and heritage home to many fine buildings, stately homes and churches built over hundreds of years which can be explored today. Head to Holkham Hall and see one of the finest Palladian houses with its Repton designed lake area and nature-rich parkland and gardens, stroll around The National Trust’s Blickling Hall, the birthplace of Anne Boleyn and get a glimpse into the Royal family's life at Sandringham. Visit the birth place of Horatio Nelson in Burnham Tho
Great Britain is packed full of exciting things to do to get your adrenaline pumping and your heart thumping. One of the best places in the UK, where you can get your adventure fix, is The Isle of Man. The Isle of Man is a much loved destination, affectionately known as the jewel of the Irish Sea and is easily accessible from the UK and Ireland. Popular activities on the island include, rambling, coasteering, running, cycling and much more. watch the series here - https://www.britainisgreat.com/
North Norfolk is the perfect place to go for family holidays and making memories. With plenty of places to stay from holiday parks set in woodlands to luxury coastal cottages, you’ll find your home away from home. https://www.britainisgreat.com/visit-north-norfolk-video-channel
Jersey, only 14 miles from the Normandy coast, is the largest of Britain’s channel islands and has the best sunshine record in the UK. The capital, St Helier is great for shops with lots of local produce as well as the central market which includes great food stalls and places to grab a bite.
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Exploring the coastal and rural traditional market towns in north Norfolk is a true delight. Full of natural charm, each village and town offers something different. Spend time in pretty Burnham Market, a shopper's paradise with its clothing boutiques and delis and head to Holt with its Georgian architecture, antique shops, galleries and cafes. Take a trip to historical Aylsham on the River Bure for artisan food shops, church and an impressive stately home. Meander around medieval villages like