Spot painting by Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst to show new spot paintings at 18th-Century Houghton Hall

Exhibition of Colour Space paintings will open in March in the gilded state rooms of Houghton Hall in Norfolk.

Damien Hirst at Houghton Hall: Colour Space Paintings and Outdoor Sculptures, 25 March – 15 July.

Creek Cottage at Salthouse, Norfolk

Guardian lists Norfolk as one of THE places to go in 2018

The Guardian lists Norfolk as one of THE places to go for 2018 and it points out that “Anyone inspired by Blue Planet II to explore the marine life of the UK coast should head to Norfolk, home to thriving colonies of seals. One of the best places to see them is at Blakeney Point – where grey seal pups are born in winter and common seal pups in summer”

Do come and stay – try Creek Cottage at Salthouse – sleeps 2-8 and overlooks the marsh and sea in An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


The Annual Crab and Lobster Festival

Crab and Lobster Festival Weekend 19 – 20 May 2018

The crab and lobster festival is a lively weekend celebration of two Norfolk coastal towns, Cromer & Sheringham. The festival is dedicated to promoting the local seafaring heritage and active fishing community.

It starts on Friday night with a traditional seaside variety concert at the Famous Pier Pavilion Theatre in Cromer and continues over the weekend. The festival celebrates local restaurants, chefs, crafts, chutneys, jams, cakes, charcuterie and more.

10 Things To Do In Norfolk

‘Do different’ is Norfolk’s motto. Here are 10 ways to go left-field in the county of big skies, winding waterways… and Alan Partridge:

Visit England 4-star Gold Award

We are delighted with our recent Visit England inspection at Creek Cottage – 4 star Gold Award. Some of the comments from the inspector have made all the team buzz with delight:

“Exemplary levels of cleanliness in all areas”
“Sparkling chrome and glass in the bathroom”
“Ample, well positioned lighting and controllable heating”
“Excellent standard of crisp linen”

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