Childen at The Rose & Crown

We love children at The Rose & Crown and The Good Hotel guide 2019 names us Editor’s Choice Family Hotel.

The Norfolk coast is a brilliant area for children with sandy beaches, and so much more.

Snettisham Park
Lambs to bottle feed, animals to pet, deer safaris, collect hens’ eggs and ride a pony.

Wild Ken Hill
Walk the foot paths or take a guided tour, spot wild pigs, wild ponies, lots of birds and even a beaver or two.

Holkham Hall
Hire bikes, deer park, boating lake, woodland play area with zip wire, ‘Field to Fork Experience’ (also good for rainy days).

Houghton Hall
Off beat sculpture trail through the grounds…adventure playground…model soldiers.

Walk West on Brancaster Beach for 15 minutes to Titchwell Creek, or take a boat trip from Morston or Blakeney.

Snettisham Beach
Waders rising in great clouds and scrubland behind the beach perfect for hide and seek.

Norfolk Lavender Animal Garden
Adults will enjoy the Farm Shop next door.

Miniature steam railway at Norton Hill, next door. Wells to Walsingham (WWLR) train, the world’s smallest public railway. A must!

Lifeboat Station at Hunstanton on a Sunday.

Crabbing at Brancaster Staithe or Blakeney

On rainy days…

Hunstanton Sea Life Centre
Aquarium, seal rescue and penguin beach.

Bircham Windmill
A working windmill – climb the top. Adventure playground for when it dries up.

Model soldier collection at Houghton, ‘Field to Fork Experience‘ at Holkham and Royal Museum at Sandringham.

King’s Lynn; True’s Yard fisherfolk museum, Stories of Lynn and Lynn Museum with original Holme Henge.

Tank museum at Muckleburgh.

Or just put on your raincoat and get out on the beach!