We liked the open countryside around , the proximity to Holkham Hall and walks along the north Norfolk coast. We found a boat permanently moored which was a café in Wells-next-the-sea. They specialise in Dutch pancakes. We can also recommend the pubs - The Dabbling Duck (one needs to book) and the Bull in Litcham (good food and a quieter atmosphere).
Good Location to visit the coast. (30mins max.) Good access to main road . (Although at peak times turning in & out of the junction, is a bit tricky). Really friendly welcome , good breakfasts , bright a airy room. Local pub within walking distance. (Good basic pub grub).
Flint House is everything a B&B should be. Andy and Wendy made us feel very welcome and the accommodation was very comfortable and spacious. Our room was immaculate and breakfast was excellent. We shall certainly be making a return visit.
Beautiful setting in the walled garden Friendly host Great breakfasts Weasenham gives you access to Sandringham which was a great visit, if you don't want to go into the house you can park for free and walk in the woods and have access to cafe and shops.
A quiet hamlet so you need to drive to go anywhere but it's fairly central to get to the coast or into Norwich within half an hour. We stayed in December and a trip to Horsey is recommended to see seals and their pups up close on the beach.
The local pub provides a great steak dinner on a Thursday night. Weasenham is centrally placed with good road connections to explore North Norfolk both coast and inland. Recommend visits to Holkham Hall, Holt, Burnham Market and Wells-next-the-Sea