East Anglia in July - a holiday thread allowing our Bog posters to give advice and enjoy themselves


#1

You may remember the Welsh version of this: Wales in July - a holiday thread allowing our Welsh posters to give advice and enjoy themselves
Well that is still in consideration but EA has just moved into contention. Anyone got anything to say?


#2

We could coordinate it with a Fenino.


#3

My son would love that.


#4

Flag Fen! Yeaaaaaaah

https://www.vivacity-peterborough.com/vivacity-venues/flag-fen/

you MUST visit @JDonBalonz


#5

and ooooh Ely cathedral


#6

visit historic Oundle, perhaps, with it’s wonderful talbot hotel!


#7

ooooh birdwatching in July? yes please!

http://www.visiteastofengland.com/events/Saxmundham-Birdwatching-for-beginners/details/?dms=3&feature=1207&venue=0210331&easi=true&nd=14&miles=8&startdate=01+Jul+2017&pvieflag=e


#8

Think I’ve been to that Spoons.


#9

it’s nothing on the tunbridge wells spoons


#10

I can think of no possible reason why having those stairs in a Spoons is any kind of a bad idea.


#11

I’m thinking more up sort of Norwich, Cromer type area for some beaches and shit…


#12

Wells-next-the-Sea is probably my favourite Norfolk seaside town. Lovely beach, plus enough facilities for a family. Also would make a good base for exploring other beaches / parts of the county.


#13

Why doesn’t someone just find me the perfect cottage type place for £500-600 from 15-22 July that sleeps 2 adults and 1 child.


#14

I know this sounds a bit “let me google that for you” but this website is actually not bad (it’s like Expedia for cottages, I think)

http://www.cottages.com/


#15

Have you ever used AirBNB? What does this mean:

Because on the search I have kids and it comes up and this is on it. Does that mean they take kids but it isn’t especially kid friendly or what?


#16

Oh


#17

They are all around the £1k mark…


#18

That’s still pretty unclear isn’t it, are there open bottles of bleach left everywhere or something?


#19

It has a very open staircase and some pretty hard looking surfaces but under supervision I don’t really see a problem with that.


#20

You’d be lucky to get a 2 bed cottage on the Norfolk coast for under £700 I reckon.