We have the pleasure of working with several independent local guides to provide a range of bespoke tours.
Some of our collaborators
Paul Dickson is a local guide who has specialisms in, The Strangers, Ketts Hill, Architecture, Black History and much more https://www.pauldicksontours.co.uk/
Robin Parker specialising in Honey, Beer and Cheese alongside, Nature trails, Swardeston and owns the Apple Arboretum of Norfolk
John Humphreys, an expansive knowledge of Local History and Bilingual
One of our featured hotels is The Maids Head Hotel. Dating from 1249 it is the oldest hotel in the UK https://www.maidsheadhotel.co.uk/
Based centrally on Tombland, this is a well-positioned hotel with the added attraction of a Bentley you can book for a tour around the city.
St Giles Hotel is based on one of the oldest streets in Norwich, and a short distance from Norwich Market Place https://stgileshousehotel.co.uk/contact
The George Hotel, Best Western, a relaxed and refined hotel based near the shopping centre of Norwich https://georgehotel.co.uk/
Pubs & Restaurants
With the wealth of great retailers in the region its difficult to choose, but here are a few of our favourites.
Pubs / Bars
Restaurants / Shops / Deli
Wherever we visit we try to use local produce so your adventure in taste reflects the county.
To put all of our wonderful producers on a page we would need a new website so here are just a few, to give you a taste
With one of the highest number of 14th Century Churches in the country. On our Family Heritage Tours we have the pleasure to link with, The Norfolk Churches Trust and the Norwich Historic Churches Trust
East Anglia’s military history is kept alive by several voluntary organisations and we are lucky to include some of these on WW2 Tours. Here are just a few
Additionally, we also occasionally visit