Anna's House on the North Norfolk Coast offers the perfect place to kick-back and unwind. Five sumptuous bedrooms including a family suite. We are within walking distance of fabulous beaches, great character pubs and award-winning restaurants.
All rooms are fitted to the highest standards including moody lighting, plasma TV's and in many cases private terraces. Bathrooms are fitted with separate showers and bath. Pets are welcome.
Thornham has a quiet beach and a favourite with locals who love the Norfolk coast. There’s a smooth, flat sandy beach, rolling sand dunes and a village pub. Nearby you’ll find a wildfowl reserve and a nudist beach: the place has something for everyone!
If you want a much more secluded beach day then take the turning down a sandy track on the right hand side just before the beach. You will have to pay for a daily membership to the Wildlife Trust but you can then drive for over a mile down to the Wildlife Centre and walk through the reserve forest to access the beach much further down- the golden sands will often be practically deserted.
If you love walking in the countryside then Anna's House is a perfect bed and breakfast choice for exploring coast, country, fen and forest being located directly on the ancient Peddars Way national trail just before you get to the Norfolk Coastal path.
The Peddars Way dates from Roman times and was used to march legions quickly to this part of the world in the times of Boudicca. To explore the historical trail just walk out the main gate and turn left or right and the world is your oyster. A good walk will take you via breathtaking views to the coast or through forests and glades to Houghton Hall and there is also a fair few good pubs nearby to rest awhile whichever way you go. At Ringstead there is Courtyard Farm, which has opened his estate to walkers: there are some 10 miles of lovely paths and circular walks. HRH’s Sandringham also has a huge country park which is open free to the public.
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This page was last updated: 12 February 2019