As taxi drivers we spend much of
our day collecting our customers from day trips and evenings out and enjoy
learning about how they’ve spent their spare time. We love being based in
Norfolk, with plenty of things to do throughout the year, we could write an
endless list of fantastic local attractions, restaurants and sights, but here are
just a few we think you should visit if you haven’t already.
If you’re looking for a fine
dining experience in a relaxed setting Ingham Swan is the restaurant for
you. Norfolk born chef patron Daniel Smith and head chef Alex Clare ensure the
restaurant is always serving top quality ingredients, with many of the dishes
featuring locally sourced produce. If you’ve got something to celebrate or just
fancy treating yourself to some fine food, we would certainly recommend a trip
to The Ingham Swan for a meal you will be talking about for the rest of the
Norfolk is home to many beaches,
with each one having its own characteristics; from sandy shores to shingle bays
there’s a beach for everyone. We could list them all but you can’t beat a trip
to Horsey Gap, well known for being home to one of the largest colonies
of Grey Seals ever found. It’s a wonderful way to experience the seals in their
natural habitat, however we urge our customers to ensure they keep their
distance (at least 10 metres) and please never come between a pup and their mother. Approaching seal
pups may lead to the mother abandoning the Pup.
Love wine? Then Bijou Wine Bar
based on Horning Road West, Wroxham is the place for you. Bijou is a combination of wine bar, wine shop and
delicatessen. Featuring wine from small wineries, local estates and family
owned businesses to larger producers. If
you’re looking for advice or are unsure which wine to pick, the staff are
always on hand to give you a helping hand with their extensive wine knowledge.
For local entertainment you
can’t beat Cromer Pier, with end of the pier shows from regular tribute
bands to the famous Christmas Performance, there really is something for
everyone. Once you’ve finished the show enjoy the coastal views of Cromer and
treat yourself to a tray of fish and chips.
With our base situated in
Hickling we can’t forget to mention the amazing Hickling Broad and Marshes.
Hickling is in fact the largest broad wildlife situated on the Upper Thurne river system, which holds a
significant number of common crane as well as important breeding numbers of
bittern, marsh harrier bearded tit and Cetti’s warbler – a must see for any
As with all our favourite spots,
we’re here for you whenever you need to get from A to B. Pre book your cab today, or call us now on 01692