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The Gunton Arms, Thorpe Market
North Norfolk, on the east coast of England, is blessed with a combination of beautiful Blue Flag beaches as well as breathtaking countryside. Come summer or winter, this welcoming part of the UK is a treat for long holidays as well as short trip and weekend escapes, choosing from stylish B&Bs or luxurious hotels and spas. Very much a place for exploring the great outdoors, as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty including areas such as The Broads National Park, this is a place for roaming the coast and discovering its history as well as its natural beauty. It is blessed with Britain's largest protected wetland, salt marshes, as well as several nature reserves of international importance - perfect for bird watching. However, it's also brimming with museums, exhibitions and cultural hotspots, as well as serving fabulous local produce including fresh seafood and locally produced beer. Thanks to the superb walking territory, North Norfolk is a wonderful place to bring four legged friends, with a number of dog friendly hotels in the area.