Nestled between the Waveney Valley, the cultural delights of Norwich, and Britain's stunning waterland of the Norfolk Broad, South Norfolk is a wonderful area to get away from all the hustle and bustle of everyday city life with plenty to see and do. The area is dotted with rich architecture of Saxon and Norman churches including Wymondham's 12th century Abbey. Whilst in Wymondham, why not visit their excellent museum or market town?
The countryside is gently rolling with an abundance of woodland, farmland, and narrow country lanes with grassy verges which are filled with wildflowers in the summer. South Norfolk boasts excellent long and short distance walking and cycling routes, and there's a lot to do for outdoor enthusiast, anglers and nature-lovers,
Voted 2013’s Farm of the Year, College Farm has the perfect glamping Norfolk / Suffolk border location on the southerly tip of the Norfolk Broads. It’s just a half-hour’s drive to South Norfolk’s well-known beaches and coastal towns, such as Southwold and Walberswick. The Daniels love to show – and bottle feed – their lambs when they have them, along with Filly the horse, the herd of cattle grazing on the marshes, and the chickens at the top of the Feather Down field. Don’t miss the farm tour on which you can meet them
Enjoy a wander on the marshes or by the river, and help out with looking after the lambs. The communal horse grooming session is always a hit. The hay barn is a paradise for energetic children, with bale jumping, tunneling and scope for endless imaginary games. There is a trampoline too, next to the climbing frame, swings, and slide.
Further afield, Bewilderwood, the tree-house adventure park, is just over half an hour’s drive away. Norwich has a network of medieval lanes to explore, and more medieval parish churches than any other northern Europe city, as well as two cathedrals and a Norman castle.