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The Fens, Norfolk & the Broads
The Fens & the Norfolk Broads are unique with an atmosphere and character all of their own. This fascinating land with its special history and heritage, offers something with a real difference, a chance to really get away from it all on a relaxing holiday or short break. The Fens stretch from Cambridge to Lincoln and from King’s Lynn to Peterborough – nearly 1 million acres of beautiful black soil and wildlife-rich water. The Fens of today are a people-made landscape, as full of history and heritage as they are of flowers, horticulture, water and wildlife.
Boasting miles of unspoilt coastline, tranquil countryside, high quality arts and crafts, enchanting towns & villages. Suffolk and East Anglia makes an ideal choice for short breaks & holidays for all the family.
Cambridgeshire is a County of contrasts, with a variety of enticing things to see and do and places to visit. The County's towns and cities are steeped in history, and have evolved over centuries.
Cambridge is a university city of old streets, ancient colleges and lovely bridges spanning the River Cam and Ely has a magnificent Norman cathedral and Huntingdon was the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell. Wisbech, in the Fens, has fine examples of Georgian Street architecture. Throughout the County, there is an abundance of historic houses each with beautiful gardens.
Cambridgeshire's unspoilt countryside is ripe for exploring. The peat-black Fens reclaimed from their natural marsh state are criss-crossed by rivers and drainage channels and blessed by glorious sunsets. The Nene and Ouse Valleys have lovely honey-coloured stone villages nesting in the undulating hills and along the riversides
This ancient Saxon county is located north east of London. As you travel from west to east the landscape in this vast county transforms from historic woodlands, through rolling wheat-fields dotted with poppies and windmills, to the estuaries, coastal villages and towns of the great North Sea.
Steeped in centuries of history, culture and maritime tradition, Essex is probably the most richly diverse county in England. From mad mud races to the oldest recorded town and tallest Tudor gatehouse in the country, 350 miles of coastline and longest pleasure pier in the world, Essex provides excitement and entertainment for all the family. For a great day out or a short break away look no further:
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