The peaceful village of Cley-next-the-Sea boasts breathtaking landscapes, a variety of bird life and magnificent historic landmarks, the most famous being the 18th century built Cley Windmill which offers its visitors outstanding views of the marshlands. Next to the village green stands the impressive St Margaret's Church and continue down the narrow streets and you will come across unique shops and plenty of cafes for that well deserved cup of tea.
Our North Norfolk coastline is awarded 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' and the renowned Cley Marshes Nature Reserve makes up a small part of that landscape. Owned by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, the varied habitat of the reed beds, lagoons and marshland attracts both wintering and migrating birds including wildfowl and waders.
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