Castle Acre is perfectly positioned for numerous actives from exploring historical houses to cycling, birdwatching, walking and sailing.


Just a few of the local attractions.....

The Pedders Way- An ancient Roman path, 46 miles long, beginning in Thetford it travels northwards coming directly through Castle Acre and finishes up on the coast at Holme-next-the-Sea.

The Nar Valley Way- Measuring 34 miles long the Nar Valley starts in Kings Lynn and travels through the southern breadth of Castle Acre finishing in Dereham.

Castle Acre Castle

Castle Acre Priory

The Bailey Gate

Sandringham House

Holkham Hall

Oxborough Hall

Blicking Hall

Houghton Hall

The North Norfolk coast is approximately 30 minute's away by car and offers miles and miles of unspoilt sandy Beaches such as Holkham to roam and explore.

Where to Eat....

There are numerous places to enjoy a meal within and around Castle Acre....

The Ostrich (Castle Acre)

Barnfields Cafe (Castle Acre)

Church Gate Tearooms (Castle Acre)

The George and Dragon (Newton, Castle Acre)

The stag (West Acre)

The Dabbling Duck (Great Massingham)

The Rose and Crown (Harpley)