Related categories 2
The Brecks lies on the borders of Norfolk and Suffolk. It has a unique landscape, on sandy soils, glowing with purple heather and marked with wind twisted Scots pines. It's rich in ancient history, from Stone Age flint mines to Queen Boudicca and the Roman Empire. There's a wonderful variety of wildlife, too.
Coast and Country Holidays
Self catering holiday homes in Norfolk and Suffolk. Offers cottages, houses, bungalows and barn conversions.
East of England Tourist Board
The official tourist information web site for Eastern England. Everything you need to plan a holiday: accommodation, food and drink, attractions, activities and events.
Guide for East Anglia featuring photographs, information, accommodation, camp sites and boating holidays.
Books about East Anglia for the local historian, the genealogist and the traveller.
Last update:May 20, 2016 at 0:54:06 UTC