Staying in impossibly quaint and beautiful: Castle Acre, Norfolk

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Castle Acre is an historic village about 5 miles north of Swaffham, west of the A1065 Fakenham Road. Famous for its mediaeval castle and priory it is a village full of character with high quality pubs, cafe/tea rooms and accommodation. 
Situated on the Peddars Way and the Nar Valley Way it is also a starting point for many lovely walks.
The Nar Valley is also known for its rich biodiversity and I've included photos of some of the wildlife to be found with birds ranging from Britains smallest (Goldcrest) to one of the biggest (Buzzard). There are many Dragonflies and Damselflies along the river in the summer months and butterflies galore around the castle and the water meadows.

We saw Morris Dancing....!