Chauffeur Guided Tours of Norfolk
Where is Norfolk?
Norfolk is highlighted in Red.
The Norfolk Coat of Arms
Attributed to Holly Francesca
Norfolk’s landscapes to the east and west are entirely unnatural. To the east an area which was land but now water and is commonly known as The Broads National Park and to the west an area which was water but now land and is commonly known as The Fens and to the south lies Thetford Forest, the largest lowland pine forest in Britain; planted after the First World War to provide a strategic reserve of timber, since the country had lost so many oaks and other slow growing trees as a consequence of the wars’ demands.
Did you know that it was only discovered in the 1960’s that the Broads were peat diggings and that in the 1970’s Caistor Roman Fort was unearthed providing evidence to support the theory of a great tidal estuary where Great Yarmouth is located. Before the Dutch drained The Fens, King’s Lynn (Formerly Bishop’s Lynn), the Lynn refers to a large body of water. This vast area stretched down towards Cambridge, where on an isolated island Ely Cathedral was built.
Anglian Chauffeur Service’s “Chauffeur Guided Tours” are tailor-made to suit your interests and needs and refer only to the vehicle and driver and do not include accommodation, food or drink but Anglian Chauffeur Service will be delighted to recommend many B&Bs, Guesthouses, Hotels, Pubs and Restaurants.
A typical guided tour day in Norfolk would allow for 8 hours, from 9am to 5pm with opportunity for mid-morning coffee and lunch or afternoon tea.
As well as visiting the established places of interest the “Chauffeur Guided Tours” provide a great insight to the landscape of Norfolk using scenic rural roads to navigate the county.
Whether it is Norfolk or further afield in Great Britain or Continental Europe, Anglian Chauffeur Service will listen to your requirements are of a bespoke tour and we will endeavour to exceed expectations.