North Norfolk is bursting with things to do, take a look at our suggestions on places to visit, walks, beaches and many more. All activities are available to you all year round.
Norfolk is home to many famous and scenic treks from Peddars Way to the North Norfolk Coastal path, as well as options for amateur outdoors persons. Well connected by public transport Heacham Manor is the perfect rest stop, no matter the journey.
Norfolk has a vibrant and rich history that lends to art and culture. With numerous museums, heritage sites and a large artist community there is plenty to explore and experience.
Norfolk's sprawling countryside makes for some great golf courses. Explore nearby Hunstanton, King's Lynn and Sheringham Golf Courses with our North West Norfolk Golf Tour. Plus, be sure to take in a round at our own 18-hole course or Searles Golf Clubs neighbouring 9-hole course.
From lush woodland to the sweeping countryside to stunning coastal roads, Norfolk has it all. Heacham Manor Hotel is pleased to be an accredited Cycle Friendly Place, making it the perfect destination for your next cycling holiday.
RSPB Titchwell and Snettisham are only a stone’s throw from Heacham Manor. We're also very lucky to have a wealth of bird life living on our grounds and golf course. Don't forget to pack your binoculars this spring.
We are so pleased to offer guests access to the award-winning Searles Leisure Resort family friendly facilities. Only a short drive in the neighbouring town of Hunstanton, which is home to a bounty of tradtional seaside town attractions.
Our beautiful local beaches are what make Heacham Manor the complete coastal escape. Several local beaches such as Wells-Next-The-Sea and Holkham are counted in the best in the UK, and local Old Hunstanton Beach with it's stripped cliffs and rare east coast sunset views cannot be missed.
Norfolk has a long history of being a favourite destination for the gentry. Heacham Manor is surrounded by stately homes open for the public to explore including the royal Sandringham Estate, Holkham Estate, Houghton Hall, and Blickling Hall. Many with fantastic events and attractions available throughout the year.
Norfolk is a nature lovers paradise. With many nature reserves and estates to explore you never know what wildlife you will come across. Spring is a fantastic time to visit us. BBC Springwatches Wild Ken Hill is in the neighbouring village, with remarkable rewilding efforts introducing beavers, and more back into the wild.