A selection of local places of interest:
Offering pleasant walks through the local West Norfolk countryside. Local village services include village shop, pub, bus connections and church.
Until recently a commercial windmill. Now home to the Blackstone Engine Bar micro-pub and Millstone Cafe and Tearooms.
Where rivers meet with excellent fishing, also home to the Jenyns Arms pub.
This historic market town is described as the gateway to Norfolk and is a 20-30 minute walk from Denver. Regular, direct mainline rail connections to King’s Lynn, Ely, Cambridge and London.
Country retreat of H.M The Queen.
Gardens of Lavender and herbs, tours of the grounds and fields.
A beautiful historical City with Castle.
Magnificent splendour of The Ship of the Fens.
The reserve is only six miles away, which provides hide facilities for the enthusiast as well as an indoor observatory and floodlit feedings for all the family to enjoy. Our land on the Ouse Washes adjoins the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, the bird watching on this area is free to our guests.
An area of natural beauty with pleasant walks and picnic areas.
Enjoy the splendour of this 300 years old Manor House.
Historic moated Manor House and gardens.
Hunstanton, Great Yarmouth and the North Norfolk Coast
Cambridge and Cambridgeshire