in Jubilee mode - most excellent
Lots of little boats all dressed up and the locals were having their street party on the harbour
We had a lovely day, the sun shone and we generally had a very relaxing time. We happened upon the most glorious B&B. It couldn't have been more different to our first night.
The room was self contained and separate to the main house. Sumptious bed, everything you would need for a relaxing time - including home baked chocolate tray bake - delicious.
A seating area
The barn with fab facilities - if only it hadn't rained we would have had a picnic here.
a home for the birds
It was The Barns at Thorpe Market run by Amanda and Tony. Highly recommended and we will definately be back. It was homely, spotlessly clean, well equipped and the breakfast was yummy. Amanda even makes her own preserves. We will be going back.
The next day was miserable, cold and wet. We decided to just generally drive around with no real sense of where we were going. We drove through the Norfolk Broads, along the front at Great Yarmouth and around country lanes and through villages. Somehow we ended up in Beccles. It was still wet, cold and miserable but we had a look around and it was a really lovely place.
All in all two lovely relaxing days away, on our own, doing as we pleased - it was lovely.