Leave the Grange Site travel northwest 10 miles. A134 for 6 miles at roundabout 2nd exit A1122 for 4 miles into Downham Market stop and visit
An ancient Saxon town in the county of Norfolk which lies on the edge of the Fens and on the River Great Ouse, a agricultural centre of the produce of the Fens. Notable buildings in the town include the Medieval Parish Church of St Edmond, 1878 Victorian Clock Tower and the decorative Town Sign.
Resume trip travel northwest 11 miles. A10 for 9 miles then onto A149 and A148 for 2 miles into Kings Lynn arriving stop and visit
Located in the county of Norfolk a sea port and market town, the old town with views of historic buildings and heritage attraction and also modern shopping precincts. The town contains two theatres, a scenic Town Hall and many museums, plus visit the historic dock with the Old Customs House.
Resume trip travel northwest 16 miles. A1078 for 2 miles onto A148 for 2 miles at roundabout 1st exit A149 for 12 miles arriving at Hunstanton.
An east coast 19th century resort town known as the Sunny Hunny. Prehistoric origin but being a typical sea side resort with attractions and beach containing white cliffs of stratified red chalk and ts limestone. Points of interest are the Carstone Buildings, Town Hall, Golden Lion Inn, the decorative Town Sign and the remains of the St Edmonds Chapel and lighthouse.
Resume trip and travel east for 40 miles. A149 traveling through Wells on the Sea, Sheringham, into Cromer.
Worth a look round all being on the East Coast and seaside resorts with a little amount of historic architecture and there’s a fabulous a pier at Cromer.
Resume trip travel west on the A148 into Holt stop and visit the Georgian market town located in Norfolk.
This market town is brimming over with its many antique, arts and crafts, food and gift shops, a pleasant place to stroll around. Well worth a visit is the heritage steam railway North Norfolk Railway also known as the Poppy Line, having attractions of vintage rolling stock at Rail Station.
Resume the last part of the journey into Fakenham via a travel south on the A148for 13 miles then stop and visit.
Located on the River Wensum, a market town in Norfolk and voted the most boring place on earth but is a pleasant little town with a market place that holds monthly farmers markets. It houses a War Memorial plus a museum of gas and local history. Go and view the preserved Gas Works.