Foulsham & Further

North Norfolk has much to offer visitors.  From the beautiful untamed coastline to the independent shops in the medieval laneways of Norwich there is good reason to stay here, whatever the season.  To help you decide, here are a few suggestions: walking, cycling, shopping for antiques, bird watching, visiting historic houses and landscaped gardens, discovering churches known to your ancestors, enjoying local produce at pubs and restaurants. 


Foulsham is perfectly situated to give you easy access by car to all of the above and more.  In our village we have both The Village Stores and The Queen’s Head pub with Algy's Farm Shop only a 15 minute cycle ride away. The Georgian market towns of Reepham (5 miles) and Holt (10 miles) offer further shopping and dining choices. 

Towns & Villages
Beautiful and picturesque towns and villages 

Heydon - truly unspoiled with tea room, pub and artisan shop or two.

Reepham - market on Wednesdays, useful shops, Georgian elegance.

Holt - antiques, a department store that sells everything, pubs, restaurants, and more antiques.

Wells-next-the-Sea - an award-winning seaside town with beach huts, fishing boats and seafood.

Blakeney - seals, crabs and scenery.

Cley - a dream deli, smokehouse, art shops and a windmill.

Burnham Market - seriously smart shopping.

Walsingham - history, shrines, interesting shops, and nuns.


Norfolk's capital city with iconic buildings, amazing laneways and much more

Cosy pubs with roaring fires for the winter and sunny gardens for the summer.



The Queen's Head

The Dial House

The Brisley Bell

A little further:

The Walpole Arms

The Wiveton Bell

The Gunton Arms

Walk & Cycle
We are situated on National Cycle Route 1 which runs from Dover to Shetland.
Plenty of beautiful walkways and flat cycle paths.

Marriott's Way

Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path

Top 5 beaches

Top 5 Cycling Trails

Norfolk is renowned for bird-watching.



Norfolk Birding 

Houses & Gardens
Glorious stately homes and gardens, many of which have been used in period dramas.

Holkham Hall

Houghton Hall

Hindringham Hall

Mannington Gardens

Blickling Estate

Felbrigg Hall

Wiveton Hall

The National Garden Scheme