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Sedgeford is a friendly and attractive conservation village which is situated within a designated area of outstanding natural beauty surrounded by open undulating countryside, only 5 minutes drive from the stunning Norfolk coast. There is a very good local village pub called King William IV which has a lovely beer garden, garden room and restaurant, serving home-cooked food and real ales.


There has been a rich history recorded in the Domesday book in 1086. There are remains of Roman villas, pottery and a gold torc from the Iron Age and many earlier artefacts like Neolithic flint tools which have been found in fields and gardens. One of the historic buildings and local landmark which is on the Peddars Way route (an ancient Roman Road) is the Magazine cottage, during the civil war built by the Le Strange family as a gunpowder magazine.


Sedgeford is a great village for walkers and cyclists alike, just along from Peddars Way which provides easy access to the coast at Holme-next-the-Sea. With the nearest sandy beach and iconic stripy cliffs at Old Hunstanton just 3 miles away, the village is in a lovely location for family days out. The west coast of Norfolk is one of the only places where you can watch the sun setting over the sea, a lovely moment to capture at Heacham, Snettisham or Hunstanton beaches.


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