There are many things to do, places to see and attractions to visit nearby. Here are some of the most popular ones we have picked for you.
King’s Lynn is just 10 miles from Fincham and is the capital of West Norfolk with a rich and fascinating maritime heritage. The River Great Ouse flows into the town from the Wash and provides a reminder of the town’s vibrant past as one of the major trading ports of England.
Steeped in history from the 12th century what was once an important seaport is now home to bustling markets and visitor attractions alike.
Downham Market, sometimes referred to as just Downham, is a market town and civil parish in West Norfolk, approximately 6 miles from the Farmhouse. It is set on the banks of the River Great Ouse, and dates back to Saxon times, as one of Norfolk’s oldest market towns.
The attractive market place is immediately identifiable by the splendidly unusual and majestic black and white clock. The area is brim full of historic buildings and amazing architecture. The town retains a really intimate feel, characterised by many fine historic buildings, craft and collectibles markets.
Sandringham is the much-loved country retreat of her majesty the queen, and has been the private home of four generations of British Monarchs since 1862. Offering house and garden tours, Sandringham Royal Park spreads over 243 hectares with way-marked trails for cycling or exploring by foot and a children’s play area.
The Royal Park is dog friendly with facilities.
Watatunga Wildlife Reserve
Watatunga Wildlife Reserve Is a stunning new wildlife reserve offering buggy tours of the animals across the grounds. Situated amongst 170 acres of woodland, grassland and lakes, Watatunga provides a unique environment for over twenty types of ungulate and rare bird species to roam at their will.
A great day is to be had in the renowned forest of Thetford. Located just 12 miles from Fincham, the forest was created after the First World War as a timber supply and has developed significantly over the years. It now offers a wide range of activities, which makes it one of the most popular outdoorsy visitor attractions in the area.
The cathedral city of Ely can be found just 20 miles from Fincham. Boasting the world famous Ely Cathedral which is a must see for all history buffs. Located moments away from the cathedral is the River Ouse and great waterside setting for all to enjoy.
Holkham Hall is an 18th-century country house located adjacent to the village of Holkham, Norfolk. Holkham Hall is privately owned and is the centre of a thriving 25,000 acre agricultural estate. Holkham National Nature Reserve is one of the largest in the country.
Offering Hall tours, picturesque gardens including the Walled Garden, Woodland Parks, Courtyard Cafe, The Lookout at Holkham Beach and cycle and boat hire, there is certainly plenty to do and explore on this grand estate.