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Trip Report Weekend in Norfolk

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Hello there Fodorites,

Bikerscott and I just got back from a long weekend in Norfolk. We stayed at a lovely B&B at a pub called the Wiveton Bell http://www.wivetonbell.co.uk/ Really nice rooms and perfectly located to explore norther Norfolk!

We ate dinner there both nights (reservations are a must!) and the food was excellent.

We spent our days driving along the seaside and visiting the old flint villages that dot the coast.

Sunday lunch was at a gorgeous pub overlooking the salt marshes. Highly recommend this place: http://www.salthouseduncow.com/

All in all it was a great short break and somewhere that many tourists miss. The pace of life was slow, the people friendly and the food very high quality!

Pics are at the start of this album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/pug_girl/sets/72157637219655175/

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