Well, what can we say? After 15 weeks of temporary closure we are so pleased to be opening again on Saturday 4th July. Nobody could have predicted how 2020 was going to begin, but now, 6 months in let’s hope and pray that the next six months are as normal as normal can be!
Holidays abroad may not be on the cards this summer and many people will be starting to think about planning their staycation or holidaying in the UK. With COVID-19 still lurking in the forefront, or even background of everyone’s minds many may feel that an Escape to the Coast is just what they need. Hands up how many of you dreamed of paddling in the sea once lockdown ended, or walking barefoot in the sand or just simply missed things that they would normally take for granted. With this in mind we encourage you to take that much needed time away whilst staying alert and following our new social distancing measures at all times.
For those that are still reluctant to travel why not book a trip for the Autumn when, (fingers crossed) the children will be back at school and the coast will be a little quieter again. After all, we all need a little something to look forward to.
If a break from the norm (or should I say, ‘the new normal’) is what you need then Caley Hall is the place to be. Imagine arriving at your leisure and sipping on a refreshing pint or glass of fruity pimms on one of our socially distanced, peaceful patio areas, strolling down to the beach for a paddle in the sea or find a quiet spot and simply sit and admire the views. Enjoy dinner and breakfast cooked for you and served to your table or room. All your worries will melt away giving you time to relax.
For many of us homeschooling has become the day to day norm that has quite frankly just gone on for too long now. So I think it’s safe to say that the kids need a break just as much as us adults do. Or even just that little something to look forward to! Norfolk has so much to offer at this time of year with endless sandy beaches and plenty of family friendly days out. Visit the Royal Estate of Sandringham, the RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell or take a trip to Wells for a spot of crabbing and walk down to the beach to see the famous beach huts. There’s just so much to do in North Norfolk so why not swap that holiday abroad for some fun in the UK sun this year. Even Boris Johnson thinks Hunstanton is the place to visit.
We hope to see you soon!