Can’t stay away: Couple visit Norfolk for 20th holiday in same cottage

One of two converted barns at East View Farm, Ashmanhaugh, NorfolkPicture: NEIL DIDSBURY

One of two converted barns at East View Farm, Ashmanhaugh, NorfolkPicture: NEIL DIDSBURY - Credit: Archant

A couple have celebrated their 20th holiday in Norfolk, in the same cottage they have been visiting for more than a decade.

Christine and Phillip More have visited their home away from home in Ashmanaugh for 13 years, and say they'll keep returning.

Mrs Moore, 64, said: 'We discovered Norfolk bit by bit. We knew a bit of the coast and a bit of Norwich, but we've never had a base to explore from.

'We were really lucky to come across East View Farm, we just love the people who run it.'

She added: 'We love Norfolk for so many reasons, the scenery, the people here are lovely.'

Phil and Christine Moore have been to stay at East View Farm in Ashmanhaugh, Norfolk for years Pictu

Phil and Christine Moore have been to stay at East View Farm in Ashmanhaugh, Norfolk for years Picture: NEIL DIDSBURY - Credit: Archant

The couple live in Whittlesey, near Peterborough, and stay for a fortnight every September.

Mrs Moore said: 'We take it in turns to go to different places every year so that it doesn't get repetitive. We go to Sheringham one year and into the old part of Norwich the next, which is my favourite.'

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