The Nar Valley way | Walking West Acre to Castle Acre

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

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Much as this does deserve it's own post I can't help feeling a little miffed that the photographs, taken on two separate occasions, do not correlate seamlessly. On one occasion it was beaming sunshine and the other was a grey day threatening to rain the whole time – so much so that I left our proper camera at home and used my phone to snap a few in the low light, typically that day cleared up a treat too so there are a real mish-mash of shots but at least they give you an idea of the route.

After a tip off, we decided to park at Castle Acre (a firm favourite of ours) and walk along the Nar Valley way path to West Acre which made for a shorter stroll than I envisaged unfortunately but next time the answer will definitely be to drop into the charming pub called The Stag for a refreshing beverage or a bite to eat. I didn't snap a picture which I'm kicking myself for, but it did look like a lovely village pub and by all accounts on Tripadvisor sounds pretty good too.

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There are a few tea rooms in Castle Acre and a pub too, the village gets busy on good days.

Nar Valley Way Castle Acre to West AcreNar Valley Way Castle Acre to West Acre

I'd love to find some more nice walks that we can take over the wintery months which of course I'll be sure to share with you.

Sophie

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8 comments

  1. Gorgeous photos Sophie! Looks like my kind of walk- tea room at the start, pub at the finish with wonderful views in between.
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  2. Stunning photos Sophie. This time of year can create some beautiful scenes to capture.

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  3. Sounds like a lovely walk - I have a book of teashop walks in my county which I really need to dig out!

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  4. The tearoom in your picture next to the graveyard does good cake!!

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  5. Stunning images - looks like you had fabulous weather too.

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  6. Please DO share them- I adore your walks! I get all envious and wish we would bloomin well get away from perpetual schoolwork at the weekends and go for some lovely walks! We had a few in Northumberland but that';s it!x

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  7. Ahh lovely, sometimes I think bad weather can make finding a pub at the end of a walk all the more enjoyable!

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