Stroll through the thriving market town of Dereham and you’ll find chocolate box pretty thatched buildings, splendid Georgian architecture, and narrow cobbled streets leading to cosy courtyards alive with activity. Visit Bishop Bonner’s Cottage and explore Dereham’s rich heritage. This 16th century, timber framed, and thatched structure is the oldest domestic building in town and now serves as a delightful museum transporting visitors through the evolution of the Saxon settlement. Breathe in rural Norfolk and explore the unique natural landscapes of surrounding Breckland by hiking the 12 mile Wensum Way. Then indulge in a splendid afternoon tea aboard the Mid-Norfolk Railway as you steam through Central Norfolk’s most picturesque landscapes.
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