Leisure in Holt
Just a few short miles from The Hunworth Bell, the beautiful town of Holt is full of independent shops and historic buildings. Spend an afternoon roaming around Holt Country Park, exploring the many hidden shopping yards or simply admiring the Georgian architecture. Home to a stopping point of The North Norfolk railway line, a heritage steam line running from Sheringham via Weybourne, Holt is packed with beautiful Georgian architecture. Visit after the sun's gone down during the festive period and witness the wondrous Christmas lights covering every building in sight.
Seal Trips from Blakeney Point
Blakeney, a mere 15 minute drive from The Hunworth Bell, is one of the more beautiful seaside towns that Norfolk has to offer. To go along with the excellent bird watching spots, sailing clubs and crabbing events for the youngsters, Blakeney point is also the launch spot for boating trips out to see the seals. Grab a butty by the key, take a short walk towards Morston and sign up to see the beautiful creatures.
Explore an Estate
With so many beautiful estates in Norfolk it would be a shame to miss out on experiencing the nature that this part of the world is renowned for. The Hunworth Bell is surrounded by a number of picturesque halls and estates such as Stody Estate, Blickling Estate (pictured), Bayfield Hall, Holkham Hall.
Stody Lodge Gardens
Visit the beautiful Stody Lodge on the very same Stody Estate that the pub is situated. Take a leisurely stroll around the beautifully kept gardens, soak up some sun and then head to The Hunworth Bell for a spot of lunch.