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When staying in hotels, whether for business or pleasure, one always hopes for comfort and an element of luxury or indulgence. By choosing North Norfolk as a destination and staying in a Cley, Blakeney or Holt hotel visitors are already off to a good start as this area of the country is a stunning place to spend a trip.
So having chosen a perfect location, the next step is to make sure the hotel is just as appealing. Many hotels in Holt and nearby are set in villages or old Georgian towns amongst the gentle hustle and bustle of local everyday life. It is great staying in hotels with a story or history behind them. One such hotel is The George Hotel at Cley. The hotel dates back to 18th Century. It survived World War II bombing and the 1953 floods. In 1926 The George hosted the inaugural meeting of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust – or The Norfolk Naturalists Trust as it was called then – after their purchase of 407 acres of the nearby Cley Marshes for £5,160.
Short breaks in Norfolk can be filled with endless tourist attractions and sights to see. The stunning countryside and coast of North Norfolk has long been admired by ornithologists, artists and photographers.
Norfolk is home to the lovingly preserved North Norfolk railway. The coastal railway, also known as the Poppy Line because of the flowers that bloom along the track, operates both steam and historic diesel engines and connects the town of Sheringham to Weybourne and Holt. Further afield, there is the Bure valley railway with a steam train that tootles along the track and the restored mid-Norfolk railway also operates steam-hauled excursions.
The secret to enjoying a hotel is to indulge in all aspects on offer and make the most of the surrounding area. Hotels in Norfolk are perfect both for wildlife enthusiasts and for keen foodies as the area is thriving in nature and rich in delicious local produce.
For nature lovers North Norfolk is a perfect holiday destination. Many visitors to the area are attracted by the exceptional views and the stunningly expansive Norfolk Skies. Cley Marshes in particular tends to attract birdwatchers as North Norfolk is a very popular migration site. This coastal area is considered one of the best bird watching sites in the U.K., boasting a rich diversity of bird species, both native and migrants. Some of the common bird sightings in the area include barn owls, skylarks, Mediterranean Gulls, spoonbills, and many more. For those intrigued by nature but a novice when it comes to birdwatching, Norfolk is the ideal place to begin taking part in this peaceful activity.