Norfolk Shops, Towns and Villages

Fring Estate is perfectly located and is in easy reach of a number of shops, towns and villages. Many of which boast a wonderful selection of independent shops, galleries and eateries. Plus, if you’re looking for a city day trip, Norwich promises a great day out of shopping, culture and sightseeing.

The Old Store

4 Miles from Fring Estate

With award winning bread, The Old Store is a the perfect spot for brunch, coffee and pastries. As well as being able to sit in The Old Store, offers bread, pastries, sweet treats and coffee to go. 

A stone’s throw from Fring Estate you can drive or cycle to The Old Store.  If you would like to sit in then tables are first come first serve, so we recommend getting there early to avoid disappointment. However, tables for 6 or more can book by contacting The Old Store. 

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Drove Orchards

7.5 Miles from Fring Estate

Explore Drove Orchards at Thornham and experience a range of stores offering clothing, homewares, a farm shop, fishmongers, bakery children’s shop, ice cream parlour and garden centre. Plus, don’t forget to visit Eric’s Fish and Chips for your lunch.

Thornham Deli

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Thornham Deli

7.5 Miles from Fring Estate

A must visit on the coastline, the popular Thonham Deli is a restaurant, deli and bakery offering delicious food to eat in or take away. Plus, there is a lifestyle shop with household gifts, clothing and gardenware to peruse whilst you wait for your coffee to go.

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Bircham Stores

2.9 Miles from Fring Estate

Located only a few miles from Fring Estate down country roads, Bircham Stores is a must visit either by bike, car or foot. Offering an irresistible selection of homemade cakes, pastries and sandwiches, Bircham Stores is a café, deli and wine shop situated in the pretty village of Great Bircham.

Burnham Market

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Burnham Market

Burnham Market to some is what put North West Norfolk on the map. A quaint market town now full of shops, cafes and delis -boasting some of the best pubs and eateries in the area, it is a must visit. Its beauty and offerings do make it incredibly busy in the height of summer so be prepared.

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Holt

The historic Georgian town of Holt is a wonderful destination to head to for a day out. Full of shops, galleries and cafes, all set within a variety of windey lanes and yards, there is plenty to do. Plus, on a Sunday there is a charming market with stalls full of local produce, artist’s work, homewares and more.