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Norfolk Coast Path & Peddars Way


Chapel Cottage makes a great bask for exploring Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path.  The two walks join together at Holme-next-the-Sea to form Norfolk’s section of the National Trail. After a day in the fresh sea air return to Chapel Cottage's log burner & roll top bath and relax!

The two trails take you through a wide range of beautiful environments; from the unique landscape of the Brecks in the south through to the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in north Norfolk.

The Norfolk Trails walking network doesn’t only have linear routes; each long distance trail across the county has at least one circular walk.

Peddars Way has the Pingo Trail - a route showcasing some great examples of the glacial landforms that were scattered across Norfolk during the last ice age. Norfolk Coast Path has 20 new circular routes along Stretch 1 and 2 of the England Coast Path.

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Burnham Overy Staithe to Stiffkey  - 9.8 miles (15.8 Km)

This section along the Norfolk Coast Path continues the theme of sea, sand and saltmarsh. The natural world has an awe-inspiring omnipresence.

For a spot of culture visit Holkham Hall. Home of the 19th Century agriculture improver, Thomas Coke. Take time out at Wells next the Sea for a famous mix of historic buildings, old port and amusements. These occasional villages provide brief interludes in the peace and quite of the Norfolk coast.

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