This is a treasure of a resort for families. There's loads of activities on site plus it's also right on the north Norfolk coastline so it's surrounded by miles of sandy beaches and picturesque fishing villages. Sandringham and Holkham Hall are both a short drive away and Hunstanton, with its traditional seaside attractions is within walking distance.
Searles has indoor and outdoor heated pools, a children's pool and even a jet water splash pad. There's a gym, sauna and Jacuzzi as well as a beauty salon, three themed bars and four restaurants! The kids can play crazy golf or go on the pedal go karts - and there's tennis and golf for all ages.
We love Silver Lodge 6, a superbly spacious lodge with a contemporary design and all mod cons, such as flat screen TV, Freeview and dishwasher. The large open plan living space opens out on to a good sized decking area with outdoor furniture and it sleeps up to six people.
If you're feeling even more active, you could head to Extreeme Adventure in King's Lynn and climb the high rope course with its 1,000 ft zip wire descent. There is also an obstacle course for the under 10s and a woodland treasure hunt.
Outdoor pool – May 16-Sep 14
All other facilities available for all dates.
This zoo is based in the Banham area of Norfolk as the name suggests, and has actually been described as one of the most exciting wildlife attractions in the country. Located amidst 35 acres of parkland the setting is certainly spectacular. With over 1000 animals from big cats to birds of prey - this is an education as well as a fun day out. Younger children will love the indoor soft play area and the Tarzan Towers adventure play area.
This is one of the most popular days out in Norfolk and will appeal to the whole family. You can explore the history of Dinosaurs on the fun Dinosaur trail and discover more animals in the Secret Animal Garden. We think this adventure park is excellent value for money. For an small additional charge you could take part in the Deer Safari which we think is well worth doing. As described on their own website this really is a "Monster Day Out".
The National Trust Sheringham Park in Norfolk was designed by Humphry Repton and the book of original designs can still be seen. The park has many attractions including a viewing tower and a gazebo with amazing coastal views, wildlife trails which young children will love and an exhibition barn where visitors can learn the history of the park.
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