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5
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Stretch those sea legs and say so long to stress, with a cruise around the riverside hostelries of East Anglia ... read more »
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4.5
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Destination: Southwold, Suffolk
Trip type: Short Break
Take a winter break in the quintessential English resort of Southwold and find out exactly why it’s nicknamed Chelsea-on-sea... read more »
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4.25
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With its quaint fishing villages, huge skies, empty beaches and great pubs, North Norfolk is the perfect place to chill... read more »
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4
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Destination: Norfolk
With its vast deserted beaches, picture postcard villages and unique salt marshes, North Norfolk is a great place to enjoy the great outdoors... read more »
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4
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Destination: Great Yarmouth
Trip type: Beach, Family, Short Break
Great Yarmouth, with its rich historic past and wide sandy beaches, was a popular seaside resort for generations. It is just as exciting today and is great for children and adults all year round... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Norfolk
Trip type: Beach, Family, Short Break
Full of history but empty of people, the east Norfolk coast from Yarmouth to Overstrand has beautiful beaches, fantastic seafood and lashings of family appeal... read more »
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3.5
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Destination: Hunstanton
Trip type: Beach, Family, Short Break
Travel back in time in Old Hunstanton to an era when a seaside holiday meant nothing more than paddling in the breakers, playing in the dunes and laughing at the knotted handkerchief on Grandad's head... read more »
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3
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In the past, pilgrims visited Bury St. Edmunds for its powerful abbey renowned all over medieval Europe. Today, Bury is one Suffolk's finest friendliest market towns... read more »
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It's a foodie mecca, but you don't have to go to pricey restaurants to eat well in North Norfolk. As a local, I know lots of good cafes, pubs and wine bars. Here are my favourites in Holt and Blakeney... read more »
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Rating:
2
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Destination: Wroxham
Trip type: Short Break
To a 'townie', the idea of travelling anywhere at 4mph is pure hell and utterly pointless – but for us, sailing our little boat on the Broads at Wroxham was a revelation… and a lesson in relaxation... read more »
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Destination: Essex, Suffolk
Essex might not seem the likeliest spot for a romantic break - but the evocative landscapes of Constable country provide the perfect backdrop ... read more »
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By: Jo Page
Destination: Norfolk
Trip type: Beach, Eco, Family
Along the often deserted coast of North Norfolk are some of Britain’s best biggest and most beautiful sandy beaches, punctuated by pretty fishing villages, nature reserves and some excellent hotels... read more »
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Destination: Aldeburgh
Trip type: Beach, Cultural, Family
Aldeburgh is famous for its festival of music but it also has a food festival, great restaurants, old-fashioned pubs, summer theatre and art galleries... read more »
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