Alder Country Park located in North Walsham, Norfolk is an ideal choice for anyone wanting to escape from it all and soak up some peace and tranquillity in an idyllic rural setting. The vacation rentals have all the comforts of home, ideally situated to easily explore the local areas and the beautiful Norfolk coastline. Alder Country Park is perfect for families and couples alike and pets are welcome too.During your vacation stay at Alder Country Park, the local area boasts plenty of diverse attractions, that promise something for everyone. You'll find beautiful beaches, quaint seaside towns, a host of family fun parks and the Norfolk Broads are all close by to include the town of North Walsham which is just a short walk away from the park and has plenty to offer such as small shops, supermarkets, restaurants, and traditional alehouses and Norwich has its vibrant nightlife, great shopping, and historic options too.
You can take a trip to the Broads, known as Britain’s largest protected wetland, where the idyllic towns and villages are surrounded by stunning scenery to create memories that will last a lifetime. Alder Country Park is also close to several nature reserves and you have the option of visiting the seaside resorts of Cromer, Holkham, and Wells-next-the-sea, and many more famous beaches. Alder Country Park is located just 3 miles away from the beach. Amenities at the Alder Country Park include an outdoor swimming pool (seasonal), outdoor swimming pool, a fully-equipped fitness suite, and the Olive Tree Restaurant.
The county of Norfolk is the fourth largest county in England and has a long coastline that protrudes into the North Sea, it is somewhat isolated from the rest of the country. This was especially true in the past when the fens to the west were flooded, which are what helped form a natural barrier and the Norfolk people, therefore at that time acquired a sense of independence. In the medieval times Norfolk was the most populated of the region and at this time achieved great property, which leads to the building of some of England's best churches. Since these times the population of Norfolk has steadily declined with over 100 villages having been lost. Norfolk was also a great seafaring county and it developed strong links with Northern Europe, which also strongly influenced the architectural design. Fishing in the region declined over the years, but the crabs from Cromer are today world-famous.
Some of the activities that visitors to the Norfolk region can enjoy include walking, cycling, shopping, boat trips, sailing, sightseeing, canoeing, or simply relaxing on a beach. Norfolk also has several local attractions and facilities to include arts, crafts, museums, fine hotels, gardens, zoos, restaurants, pubs, tea-rooms, and inns. Norfolk is a beautiful county worth exploring. It is a low lying region that is predominately a rural county located in eastern England. The capital of the county is Norwich. The Broads is a popular tourist destination in the region and lies primarily within the county.
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