How to spend a weekend in Norfolk

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Neighborhood Watch

The Grade II listed Wells Maltings, in the center of Wells-next-the-Sea, has been transformed into a £5million arts, heritage and community center used for theatre, cinema and art exhibitions. Learn about the city’s history at the Wells Heritage Centre, located in the Maltings Building (open daily 10am-4pm; free entry).

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Norfolk’s crab season lasts from March to October, peaking in May and June, and the clean waters of the calcareous seabed off Cromer’s coast is responsible for the town’s seafood fame. Scooped out and served in the shell, you can buy this old-fashioned seaside takeaway straight from the fishermen’s windows.

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day spa

You don’t have to be a guest to enjoy the spa at Congham Hall. Day visitors can opt for half-day packages, which include access to the spa and lunch or afternoon tea. The £130 “Vibrance” package includes a 60-minute facial, while the “Bespoke” package starts at £110, which includes a 45-minute treatment.

Area Hack

The convenient Coasthopper bus, known as CH1, connects Wells-next-the-Sea with Cromer, departing every 30 minutes from Monday to Saturday and every hour on Sunday. If you’re planning a week of exploring the coast by bus, consider buying a week pass which costs £39 (adult), £33 (age 16 to 19), £28 (child).

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