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About the Area :-

Located two miles from Nelson's birthplace and the Lord Nelson Inn, Nelson entertained the locals there in 1793 after being given a new command, having been on the beach (stood down without a ship) for 5 years. You can celebrate with one of the house specials or just a pint and a chaser, Nelson's Blood, of course.

We are very lucky to have an excellent pub 'The Jolly Farmers' within 300 yards, superb food and well kept ales.

A good number of walks on our doorstep and many more a short drive away, and of course Montague Harriers!!, Marsh and occasionally Hen Harriers as well as many other interesting species. Nelson's Cabin provides a superb Norfolk Bird Watching base located centrally between 5 important Reserves

Holkham Hall is just 10 minutes away, set within its beautiful Fallow deer parkland it has circular walks which include an easy stroll around the lake where vast numbers of geese congregate in the autumn and winter.

Wells-next-the-sea is less than 10 minutes away where life has changed little over the years, Staithe street contains many little shops within its narrow confines and leads you down to the Quay where excited children still gilly/swinner (catch crabs with bacon on a string), close by resting against the harbour wall is the lovely old North Sea Klipper 'The Albatros', built in 1899, she was the last cargo ship in Europe under sail, now Captain Ton Brouwer and charming wife Kate welcome you aboard for DUTCH PANCAKES, Woodfordes Ales and music in many styles most weekends.