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Holkham Beach B&Bs

Discussion in 'Ringside Chat' started by squidsin, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. squidsin

    squidsin Well-Known Member

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    A few friends and I are thinking of a weekend at Holkham Beach with the nags in Sept. I know a few people on here have stayed in horsey B&Bs there before - where would you recommend? TIA!
     
  2. Jessey

    Jessey Well-Known Member

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    Let me know if you go, I'll come take piccies for you :D

    Whitehall farm is lovely but its quite a trek down to the beach (from memory it took us 1 hr 45 mins each way) but its mostly off road on permissive tracks, Mill farm takes horses & campers/lorries but not sure if they do B&B but being in wells I bet you could find somewhere easy enough if they don't :) Those are the only 2 places I know to stay within riding distance of Holkham beach.

    Holme beach is just around the coast a little, that's where we stayed last, at Courtyard Farm. There is also Home Farm which is B&B and right in Holme village so maybe 5 mins onto the beach.

    I personally prefer Holkham beach to ride on, its bigger and more deserted (the Burnham end is a nudist beach :p so not so busy), but there isn't much in it in terms of riding. We now tend to stay near Holme when we go, because the non-beach riding is better and the beach is closer to where we can stay. When we day trip we always go to Holkham though.

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    http://www.whitehallfarm-accommodation.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/Millfarmholidays/
    http://www.courtyardfarm.co.uk/
    http://www.homefarmstables.com/
     
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