• Short breaks available
  • Award winning conversion
  • Gas & electricity included
  • Welcome pack
  • Linen and towels included
  • Wi-Fi 20+ MB download
  • Cot & high chair available
  • Sorry but no pets
  • Regret no smoking in the mill
  • Flexible Changeover Days
  • Personally managed by the owners
The Old Windmill,Self Catering
5.0Out of 5100% of guests recommend

Enjoy the Norfolk Trails

So many off road paths to enjoy with the Norfolk Trails

The county now boasts ten Norfolk Trails varying from twelve to ninety three miles. All are well maintained and signposted, for both the Sunday strollers and the serious long distance walker. The two river Valley walks, the Angles Way and the Nar Valley way,  follow the River Waveney and the River Nar respectively.
Of course the Coast Path from Holme next the Sea to Cromer is not to be missed. It passes through such gems as Wells, Blakeney, Stiffkey, Morston (Galton Blackistons pad www.morstonhall.com ) and the Norfolk Wildlife nature reserve at Cley.
The brand new Wensum Way is now open and runs from Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse Museum to Lenwade, linking the Nar Valley Way and Marriott’s way (which is also a cycle Trail) . Marriott’s Way links Norwich and Aylsham and passes very close to the Windmill. For more information about Norfolk’s paths visit   www.norfolk.gov.uk/trails

http://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/things-to-do/Walking.aspx The video from Visit Norfolk gives a taste – click here to have a look.



weavers' Way near Blickling Hall

Weavers’ Way at Blickling

Norfolk coast path

Resting on the Norfolk Coast path

Marriott's Way

Marriott’s Way, a disused railway, now providing great off-road cycling and walking