Happy Holiday

To Norfolk and beyond...


When we arrived, the weather was a little damp, so we went and found this seriously colourful cafe - in the middle of nowhere! The food here is homemade using ingredients from their farm and local producers and is extremely delicious (especially their brownies)!


 Norfolk is full of beautiful scenery, and windmills it seems :)


The pier at Cromer...


We paid two visits to Holkham Hall - a delightful old English manor with lovely gardens, cafe (ahem - more homemade cakes) and deer!


I finally managed to catch some time in the garden to make that gorgeous little cardigan for Tiny D.



Such beautiful forest lined beaches, I'm really not surprised they're some of the best in England. So clean and big. Tiny D wasn't the only one enjoying the sand :)


We visited Norfolk Lavender - which is a must if you have young children. Animals, soft play, shops - er, and more cake, oops!


And then it was time to come home. Nan-night Norfolk, hope to be visiting you again soon :)

I hope you enjoyed these photos as much as I enjoyed taking them for you.

See you back here soon, for some more crochet fun :)

Ta-tah for now

xxx

3 comments:

  1. Good morning from across the pond, this was such a lovely post, it seemed like I was there right on the beach with you! Hope you have a wonderful weeknd.
    Xo
    Dagmar

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  2. Stunning photos! Norfolk looks so charming.

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  3. Hello just found your blog and sooo glad you enjoyed Norfolk it is a fabulous place to live I love it , your photos were beautiful xxx

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