Field Dalling cottages
You will find Field Dalling to be a quiet peaceful village, great for relaxation and only three miles from the North Norfolk coast. The closest coastal village is Morston, sailing is very popular here and we would highly recommend taking one of the boat trips out to Blakeney point to see the seals. On some of the tours you are also able to get out of the boat to explore this sandy stretch further.
Morston has two excellent eateries – The Anchor Pub serves fantastic locally sourced produce including Cromer Crabs & Morston Mussels, plus the Michelin stared Morston Hall run by celebrity chef Galton Blackiston which is a fine dining experience and perfect for special occasions.
Norfolk is often described as being the Birdwatching Capital of the UK, and in this area it is easy to see why – Cley Marshes is Norfolk’s Wildlife Nature Trusts oldest and best known nature reserve. The shingle beach, saline lagoons, marshes and reedbeds encourages a large number of wintering and migrating wildfowl and waders, as well as bittern’s marsh harriers and bearded tits. Also an eco-friendly visitor centre with a café, shop, exhibition and spectacular viewing area is interesting even if you are not bird expert.
A stay here wouldn’t be complete without a visit to at least one of the beautiful sandy beaches; you will be spoilt for choice with spots like Cromer, Wells-next-the-Sea, Brancaster and the award winning Holkham to explore.
If you are looking to do a bit of retail therapy – you won’t be disappointed with the unique towns of Holt and Burnham Market, they are home to a wide selection of independent quality shops & galleries, plus cafes - perfect for a quick stop and watching the world go by over tea & cake.