If you’ve booked a stay in one of our two Suffolk-based coastal villages (Corton and Gunton Hall) and you’re new to the area, you’ll find our East Anglia cheat sheet useful. As well as detailing information on the top 10 areas to visit, you’ll also find recommendations of places to eat, as well as a list of events running throughout the year. No trip to East Anglia is complete without hiring a boat on the Broads, while East Anglia’s best kept secrets are not to be missed.
So much to choose from:
This all-encompassing guide to East Anglia will provide you with must-know information to help make your trip a memorable one. Even if you’ve been here before, you’re sure to find some new gems to explore. That’s the great thing about East Anglia – there’s so much to do, you couldn’t possibly manage it all in just the one trip.
It doesn’t matter what time of the year you choose to visit us – there’s plenty going on throughout the year in East Anglia. From the Norfolk & Norwich Festival in May through to the Sandringham Flower Show in July and the Southwold Literature Festival in November, you may be spoiled for choice.
For those who want to explore further:
While we offer much in the way of fine dining and entertainment at each of our hotels and coastal villages, many of our guests enjoy exploring the surrounding area – and with the beautiful East Anglia on your doorstep, we can’t blame you for wanting to do so. Whether you choose to explore the history on offer at Bury St. Edmunds, prefer to get up close and personal with rare birds at Thetford Forest, or hire a day boat and discover the beautiful Broads, there’s something for all tastes.
For more information about holidaying at Corton or Gunton Hall coastal village, get in touch with us today and say goodbye winter, hello Warner.
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<img src=”https://warnerleisurehotelsblog.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/warner-east-anglia-infographic.jpg”; width=”440″><p>The East Anglia Cheat Sheet – An infographic by the team at <a href=”http://blog.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/”>Warner Leisure Hotels</a></p>