Aylmerton is the quitessential Norfolk village, brimming with history and character, while offering tranquil surroundings. Those that get the chance to stay will enjoy the quick access to many walks and cycleways that are nearby. After a short walk, very quickly you can find yourself enjoying the ancient woodlands that border the village, further exploration reveals the magnificent Felbrigg Estate.
In addition to the local horse riding, surfing at Cromer and fantastic walking and cycle routes, you also have three fantastic golf courses within a 5-10 minute drive. A golfing holiday could not be more convenient, look no further than the courses at West Runton, Cromer and Sheringham.
For the coastally inclined, the well-known destinations of Sheringham and Cromer are both only a short drive away, both offering a blend of traditional seaside charm and fantastic eateries. Most prominently, you will find Upstairs at Number 1 (and its wonderful chip shop below), run by the Michelin starred chef, Galton Blackiston of nearby Morston Hall. Further afield, The Gunton Arms, The Hunnybell at Hunworth and The Pigs at Edgefield all provide good options that are worth further investigation. Special mention goes to The Bucket List at Overstrand, a completely unique experience that combines food and a fantastic setting. Be sure to take a deck chair and a bottle of wine! At the top of the road that leads into Aylmerton, you also have The Roman Camp Inn, ideal for a pint of Norfolk ale and a pub snack.
If you’re thinking about a stay near Sheringham, Cromer and Holt, take a good look at Hollybrook House