A Quaint little village famously known for it’s 18th Century windmill and it’s great wild bird habitat that stretches down to Salthouse.
Enviromentally friendly Norfolk Wildlife Trust visitor centre and café, with amazing views over the marsh. Resident artist Rachel Lockwood at The Pinkfoot Gallery. A rummage through Crab Pot Books. Tea and light lunches at Cookes of Cley. A pocket full of nibbles for the walk form Picnic Fayre. Coffee and comfy sofas on the terrace at newly opened Artemis Homes, Antiques and Coffee shop. Dinner by candlelight at Cley Windmill. Watching one of the potters at work at Made In Cley. Walking the Coastal Path, followed by lunch at The George.
Did You Know
The magnificent St. Margaret Church has it all! A woman beating someones bare buttocks, skull and crossbones, dragons, lions with bones and Medieval graffiti. Take a visit and see if you can spot them.
Coasthopper Bus Stop
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