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Very close-by 

 
  • The village pub 'The Railway Inn' offers breakfast, and afternoon tea, as well as lunchtime and evening menus.

  •  'Docking Fish Bar' less than 200m from the cottages is known for its delicious takeaway fish and chips.

  • The village shop and post office is just a 10-minute walk away and is well stocked with all essentials- food and toiletries.

  • Brancaster Beach is the closest beach (of many) to the cottages and is just a 10-minute drive away. Just next door to the Royal West Norfolk Golf Club. 

  • A children's playing field and tennis courts can be found within Docking.

Must Do's

  • Brancaster Beach

  • Fish and Chips from Docking

  • Norfolk Lavender 

  • Seals at Blakeney

  • Crabbing at Wells

  • Holkham Estate and Beach

  • Burnham Market

  • Dining out at The White Horse Brancaster Staithe 

  • Ice Cream @ The Hunstanton ice cream company

Check the visitor's book during your stay where some of our guests have left their own recommendations!

Surrounding Area

Shops - Eateries ​​

  • At Burnham Market, you can find deli's, pubs, boutiques, and much more. This is a popular spot for visitors of North Norfolk and is just 6 miles away. You'll find multiple places to dine out here.

  • A neighbouring village, Thornham, is worth a visit with a choice of places to dine out-  The Lifeboat Inn, The Chequers and The Orange Tree. Thornham Deli is also perfect for picking up local produce.

  • At Brancaster Staithe you'll find The White Horse known for its lovely view and delicious food. Additionally, The Jolly Sailor Pub at Brancaster Staithe prides itself on being a family favourite pub with an outdoor play area for children

Beaches - Wildlife - Walks

  • Hunstanton- one of the few places on the east coast where the sun sets over the sea (sundown pictured at the top of this page).

  • Holkham Estate - long beach and nature reserve as well as Palladian country house attraction.

  • Wells-next-the-Sea - beach, crabbing at the harbour and ferry tours. 

  • Blakeney - seal trips by boat run from Blakeney and the nearby village of Morston out to Blakeney Point and are extremely popular.

  • Titchwell Marshes and Snettisham RSPB reserves- popular with bird watchers. Titchwell marshes are known for their freshwater lagoons which attract avocets, bearded tits and marsh harriers.