The Surrounding Area
The Norfolk Broads.Bessingham Manor is an excellent location from which to explore the wider county, including the North Norfolk Heritage Coast (a designated area of outstanding natural beauty) and the Norfolk Broads.
Bessingham Manor itself sits in a conservation area and the immediate area around Bessingham is somewhat of a rural idyll, offering breathtaking views of quiet undulating countryside and big, star-filled night skies. It is off the beaten track, away from the normal tourist area but is a short drive from the bustling seaside town of Sheringham (with its independent shops and a Steam Railway) and Cromer, famous for its Crabs, Lobsters and of course it’s pier.
The fashionable Georgian market town of a Holt is also a short drive away with its many boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops and even an independent department store!
Alternatively one could simply relax at the Manor, soaking up the tranquil atmosphere, reading a book or enjoying a glass of wine outside in the grounds whilst experiencing the local wildlife, which includes our own resident Barn Owl (often seen during daylight) to many other birds species to the odd Deer grazing the lawns.
There is a plethora of fantastic places to eat from posh restaurants to countless Gastro pubs dotted around the picturesque brick and flint villages, or one could have fish and chips on Cromer Pier and a pint of Wherry in our nearby friendly local!
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C Robinson, July 2015
The Youngs, Easter 2015
A Labour Of Love
Completely restored from a shell that was designated for demolition, we are excited that this amazing house, which was originally designed to impress and entertain, will come alive once more!
Read the full story of the restoration project…