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Horsey Windpump, Horsey

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  • I wanted to visit here during our stay in Hemsby, but didn't actually look up exactly where it was or plan to go there. On a random drive through Winterton-on-sea then Somerton, we then stumbled acros...  more »
  • Very peaceful here and although you can not go into the windmill as it is under restoration it is a nice spot to go to. It has a small cafe and shop and the car parking is free for national trust memb...  more »
  • At the moment it is still under renovation which is due to end very soon. It is a very pretty sight ,next to the river. There is a small tearoom for coffee, tea and snacks. Once renovation is complete...  more »
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  • Great that the pump is being renovated. Cakes in the shop were great. Then walked to the beach yo see the seals and great to see them coming up on the beach.
  • Interesting bit of history to walk around , very informative a real close look at the inner workings of the windmill amongst stunning scenery
  • Fabulous views, walks, large car park with clean loos. Lovely refreshment centre for a cake, toast, chocolate, and all drinks. (Not alcohol).
  • Great place for a day trip. Short walk to see the Horsey Seals too. Really lovely area with a cheap car park too. Thoroughly recommended!
  • I cannot work out who owns the Horsey Estate. If it is the National Trust then why are the mooring fees collected by the Horsey Estate? If only they had a camping site for canoeist and kayakers to compliment their facilities for other boaters I would give them the full five stars.