A rich heritage, culture and stunning coastlines, Norfolk is the place to live!
The county of Norfolk is located on the east coast of England, where it borders the counties of Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk to the south. With over 90 miles of unspoilt, stunning coastline, beautiful countryside and picturesque market towns, you’ll be sure to find the perfect place to call home in Norfolk…
Things to do in Norfolk
There’s so much to enjoy in and around the county, but if you’re not familiar with the local area, here are just a few of the activities you can enjoy.
Sandringham House is a country house in the parish of Sandringham, Norfolk, England. It is the private home of Elizabeth II, the house stands in a 20,000-acre estate in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The 600 acre Royal Park has two waymarked trails winding through woodlands & parkland with further unmarked paths for you to explore.
The Norfolk Broads are one of the most popular places to visit in Norfolk. It’s a large area of East Norfolk with the network of waterways to navigate and enjoy, and with many attractions to visit at the same time. If a more active retirement is what your aiming for, then Norfolk has you covered. Beaches are still accessible, wildlife is wonderful and pubs and restaurants are plentiful.
Norwich is a city in England’s Norfolk County. If you feel the need for a bit of “city life” then Norwich has become a City to be reckoned with. Amazing shopping, incredible architecture, top class museums one of which is housed in a castle, two cathedrals, theatres, and many independent restaurants and cafes.
Norfolk has an amazing history and the stories are told in the many castle and abbey ruins that lie around. The architecture of some of these ruins is fascinating. The castles and ruins you can see dotted around date back to the Norman times, and therefore play an important part in English history. Today, you can see the amazing stonework and get a real feel for what it must have been like to live in a medieval castle.
Your Norfolk Retirement Home
Our Churchill retirement homes in Norfolk will provide the perfect base from which to explore and relax in this county. Whether you’re meeting with the other residents in the communal Owners’ Lounge or quietly relaxing in the gardens, you’ll always feel at home with one of our Norfolk retirement apartments.
The facilities are second to none, and your dedicated Lodge Manager means there’s always a familiar face nearby to answer any questions you may have. You’ll be located close to shops, doctor’s surgeries, banks, bakers, butchers and all of the other conveniences you would expect to find in a county like Norfolk.
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To find out more about our retirement developments in the nearby area, you can view the individual properties, or contact our friendly team to have a discussion about your specific requirements.