at The Cliff Hotel, Gorleston-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth
However you enjoy your cycling, Norfolk will have something that suits your taste. Cycle along stunning coast and countryside with dramatic views and outstanding wildlife. The Sustrans National Cycle Network includes old railway paths, forest tracks, country parks and quiet minor roads which are designed to make cycling fun, safe and simple. If you are feeling very energetic you can try the Norfolk Coastal Cycleway which covers 59 miles from King’s Lynn to Great Yarmouth via Cromer
Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival
2021 - To be confirmed
The Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival runs every year throughout the whole month of October with different events running all over the county. There are walking and cycle routes to suit all ages and abilities which boast coast, country, fen and forest walking and cycling, all set within an easy, rolling landscape. The possibilities are endless with a total network of 1400 miles of walking and cycling trails that vary in length from the 9 mile Little Ouse Path, through to a whopping 93-mile Angles Way. Norfolk also has the pleasure of being the home to The Peddars Way and The Norfolk Coast path National Trail which stretches from Hunstanton round to Hopton-on-Sea on the Suffolk border, totalling 84 miles.
Cycling in Great Yarmouth
To venture out closer to The Cliff House, the Great Yarmouth area contains wonderful countryside, charming villages and more than 15 miles of sandy beaches within the area. Just ask our friendly reception team and they will be happy to offer suggestions on which routes would suit your energy level and experience and that takes you through the type of countryside you enjoy the most.
After a busy day exploring on your bike relax in the comfort of our fully refurbished bedrooms and enjoy a meal like no other in The Cliff Hotel. Choose from The Cliff Bar where delicious meals are served daily or dine in our Muse Restaurant, our menus will have something to suit all tastebuds.