Fring Estate Blog
Surrounded by the English countryside, there is no better feeling than switching off from our busy lives and immersing into the country estate life!
A visit to Norfolk is never boring. There is plenty to see and do to keep the whole family entertained. The Fring Estate is based in North West Norfolk, so we’re going to let you in on a few of our favourite things to do whilst holidaying in this part of the county.
We’ve been working hard to prepare the estate for the summer season. We’ve got some touches that we think you’re going to love…
We all find ourselves in entirely unprecedented times.It was with a heavy heart that we had to take the necessary action to cancel or transfer holiday bookings. We’ve answered some questions here to the best of our current ability.
Once three cottages, a Methodist and a pub, we are thrilled to be launching ahead of the New Year, ‘The Market Square’. Our latest property to join the Fring Estate complex, it has undergone a full renovation project, turning it into a beautiful home comprising of 4 bedrooms, a large open plan kitchen, cosy living space and a large TV room featuring crackling log burners. With peaceful surroundings there is no better place to sit back, relax and switch off.
Norfolk is beaming with beautiful expanses of beaches waiting to be explored and with more Brits opting for a staycation, there is no better place than Fring. Nestled within the coastlines of North West Norfolk, we offer a range of cottages within parkland and woodland, allowing for you to explore the estate on bike and foot.
Autumn is in full swing here on the Fring Estate. As the autumnal leaves fall and chilly days approach, there is no better time to book a holiday or a short weekend break and escape ahead of the hectic Christmas festivities or have something to look forward to in the New Year. We are seeing a beautiful array of colours as the leaves change from rich greens to vibrant coppers and golden tones.
Dating back to the 1800s, Fring Estate, rich in architecture and wildlife beams with beauty and sits within the heart of Fring village, located in west-north Norfolk. Resident to a private family, the main hall was caught in a hire, but was reconstructed in 1930, replicating that of the hall of 1807.