Bluebell Walks In North Norfolk

Bluebell Walks In North Norfolk

Taking a walk through woodland is a great way to spend an afternoon and explore the local area if you are visiting on holiday. In spring, the woodland in and around North Norfolk is carpeted with thousands of Bluebells, a popular attraction to see the beautiful natural displays. 

Bluebell season in Norfolk typically begins in March and lasts until the beginning of May, however this can vary slightly each year depending on how harsh the winter has been. For those holidaying in North Norfolk in the spring, we highly recommend visiting some of the following areas to explore the beautiful Bluebell displays in the area. Our luxury North Norfolk holiday cottages are perfectly positioned for couples and families to only have a short drive to these areas, the ideal places to escape to the countryside whilst remaining close to attractions. If you would like any more information about our holiday cottages, or you would like to see our Spring availability, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Foxley Wood

Renowned as the largest ancient woodland in North Norfolk, there are many popular signposted walks throughout, with maps to help you navigate along the way. Cared for by the Norfolk Trust the woodland is carpeted with Bluebells in the Spring, lining the footpaths with bright blue displays. In the Spring you will also see an abundance of wildlife including butterflies and Sparrowhawks.

Foxley Wood is located 32 minutes from our luxury holiday cottages.

Blickling Estate

Set in 950 acres of ancient woodland, the Blickling Estate hosts a variety of flower species and in the Spring is home to hundreds of Bluebells. On the grounds the best places to see the Bluebells are around the Temple Walk and under the trees in the Great Wood.

The Blickling woods are located just a 24 minute drive from our Holt holiday cottages.

Bacton Woods

With three different walking routes ranging from 1.3 miles to 2.5 miles, Bacton woods has something for everyone. Choose from one of three waymarked routes and see over thirty different species of trees, flowers and in the Spring the stunning Bluebells which cover the majority of the woodland. 

Bacton woods is located along the North Norfolk coast, just a 42 minute drive from our holiday cottages.

Bluebell Walks In North Norfolk
Bluebell Walks In North Norfolk

Sheringham Park

This National Trust landscape park and woodland is especially popular to view beautiful flowers. The mature woodland and Rhododendrons are the most popular attractions in the Summer, but in the Spring the Bluebells draws hundreds of visitors to explore the area.

Sheringham Park is the closest Bluebell walk to our luxury holiday cottages, just a 10 minute drive from our properties.


Set in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, Fairhaven is a 130 acre woodland with manicured gardens and conservation areas. There are four different pathways to explore, each surrounded by Bluebells in the Spring. 

Fairhaven is located a 53 minute drive from our properties, however, Fairhaven is also a beautiful attraction to spend the whole day at, you can find out more about what you can do when visiting Fairhaven here. 

For those wishing to banish the winter blues and embrace the Spring, North Norfolk is a beautiful place to explore the local woodland and immerse yourself in the spring flowers. If you would like any more information about our North Norfolk holiday cottages, which are conveniently located close to these Bluebell woods, then please do not hesitate to contact us.

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