A famed Norfolk walk has received national acclaim. 

Boudicca Way, which runs for 36 miles between Norwich and Diss, has been praised in The Guardian - as the eight-mile journey from Diss to Pulham Market is reviewed.

Named after the Queen of the Iceni, the trail is parallel to the old Pye Road (now the A140) and passes through villages including Shotesham, Saxlingham Nethergate and Pulham Market.

The Crown in Pulham Market is mentioned as the best place for a meal. The 15th-century inn with a fireplace, low-beamed ceilings and mismatched furniture giving the country pub a traditionally cosy feel.

It was built to house the workmen constructing the church.

The Old Bakery, a B&B run since 2018 by Theresa and Jim Miller, is recommended as the place to stay.

The review mentions: "For the duration of the walk we are impressed with the faultless signage.

"Dog walkers greet us at regular intervals, and we pass farms and sporadic Georgian houses as we meander down sun-dappled lanes."