Caistor St Edmund
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Caistor St Edmund Vacation Packages
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London, the nation's capital city, lies 95 miles southwest of Caistor St Edmund.
During your vacation in Caistor St Edmund, make sure you visit Norwich to stop at the University of East Anglia. Norwich is just 3 miles north of Caistor St Edmund.
Carrow Road is the best place to see the Norwhich City FC play. You'll find their home grounds situated in Norwich, 2 miles to the north of Caistor St Edmund. On match days, the stadium overflows with green and yellow, as fans flock together to cheer on their heroes.
If you travel 3 miles from Caistor St Edmund, you will stumble upon Norwich City Center. A trip here will allow you to go to Colman’s Mustard Shop & Museum and Strangers' Hall. For those who simply can't get enough of this area, head to Acle, where you can visit Toad Hole Cottage and Horsey Windpump, 11 miles from Caistor St Edmund.
The regional center, Dereham, is where all the action is. Leaving from Caistor St Edmund, head northwest for 17 miles and spend a day at the Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, Scarning Parish and Dereham Windmill. Dereham History & Bishop Bonner's Cottage Museum and Woad Centre are also good places to spend an afternoon.
Head outside and make the most of the local adventure options. Try your hand at mountain biking or mountain climbing.
Breathe deeply and let your worries drift away as you discover the area's more soothing pastimes, like cycling or shore fishing.
If you are a watersports enthusiast, you will have a great time in the region. Swimming and wind surfing are a couple of sports you definitely will want to try out.
Take your tastebuds on an exotic adventure through the rich cuisine traditions of the region.
There's nothing quite like locally sourced ingredients. You'll find that fish and lamb are go-to favorites in the area.
Bangers and mash (sausages with mashed potatoes) and ploughman’s lunch (cheese, bread, pickles and cold cuts) are well-known dishes you might like to try.
You can't depart from the area before sampling spotted dick (sponge pudding of dried fruits with custard).
Yorkshire Bitter will be sure to quench your thirst. Spend an hour or two seeing the locals while indulging in this brew.
You can't claim that you've had the full experience of this location without enjoying hot chocolate, a popular local non-alcoholic drink.
Make sure you try Bombay Saphire Gin, a favorite local spirit.
It doesn't matter whether you are a casual traveler, a wine connoisseur or a casual traveler who likes to think that they are a wine connoisseur, you will most likely be happy to discover that this area boasts various local wines, including Denbies Pinot Gris and Chapel Down Chardonnay.
Many travelers are no strangers to goodbyes, but that doesn't make them any less painful. When the time comes to leave Norfolk, treasure the views and take the last of your photos so you won't forget this dazzling spot.
If you're looking for the nearest airport to Caistor St Edmund, it's 6 miles to the north.
Accommodation in Caistor St Edmund
As Caistor St Edmund doesn't have any accommodations listed on Expedia's extensive database of England hotels, you might like to stay at The Old Rectory or the Wayford Bridge Inn, two more upscale options located 3 miles away in Norwich. On the more affordable end of the scale are the Sprowston Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club and The Salhouse Lodge, which consistently receive good customer feedback.