7 of the prettiest streets in Norfolk
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From thatched cottages to views of the coast, here are some of the prettiest streets you can stroll down in Norfolk.
1. Tucker Street, Cromer
A picture perfect spot in north Norfolk, with colourful houses and stunning views of Cromer beach and its famous pier when you reach the end of the street.
2. Elm Hill, Norwich
You are transported back in time as you walk down this medieval cobbled street, which is also a popular filming location and was recently used for Netflix's Jingle Jangle.
3.The Green, Burnham Market
A hotspot for holidaymakers, Burnham Market's main street is picturesque and it also has lots of independent shops and places to eat and drink, including hotel and pub The Hoste Arms.
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4. Nelson Street, King's Lynn
Make sure to wander down Nelson Street the next time you are in King's Lynn and take a look at its colourful houses and front doors.
5. High Street, Little Walsingham
There is historic buildings galore in this north Norfolk village and the High Street is just a stone's throw from The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. Make sure to pop into the charming Read and Digest Tearoom on the corner of the street.
6. The Lane, Winterton-on-Sea
Head to The Fishermans Return pub in The Lane, where you can unwind with a pint and enjoy views of quaint thatched cottages.
7. Staithe Street, Wells-next-the-Sea
The main shopping street in Wells-next-the-Sea is well worth visiting before a trip to the beach, with colourful and historic buildings lining the narrow road.