Harleston is a great place to base yourself while you are in Norfolk as many of the city’s most popular attractions are close. Among the most interesting places to explore are the fascinating Bressingham Steam and Gardens and the fantastic Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts. Two other great attractions that are within a short distance of Harleston are Dragon Hall and The Forum.
Visitors to Harleston, interested in finding out what makes the area tick, will appreciate the cultural attractions nearby. Stroll around the exhibits and savor the quiet of Dunwich Museum in Saxmundham.
For those looking to spend quality time with the kids, head to the children’s attractions. Take a tour of the Easton Farm Park in Woodbridge, and experience some of the most interesting creatures in the world.
When it’s time to take a break from the noisy streets of Norfolk, plan a trip to the nearby green spaces. Discover the scenic coastline nearby such as Southwold Beach in Reydon. Enjoy some of the pleasant urban spaces such as the Strangers Hall Garden in Norwich.
If you like to grab a bargain, browse Market Place in Norwich.
If you love sports, don’t miss the opportunity to see local favorites, the Norwhich City FC, doing battle at Carrow Road, Norwich. On match days follow the river of green and yellow, to the stadium, then after the final siren sounds, join fellow sports lovers in the nearby pubs for a post-game drink.
Finding somewhere comfortable to base yourself around Harleston is easy. The De Vere Dunston Hall, Norwich, the Holiday Inn Norwich City and the Holiday Inn NORWICH are just some of the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.