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    The Mindful Cook – Food Coaching

    Muddy says: Fed up of spending money on diets, juices or weight-loss clubs only to be back where you started? Josie Buck believes that long term health and weight loss is about Mindset, and this is where she can help.

  • Adrian Hill Fine Art

    Muddy Says: "Hidden away in Lees Yard, Holt - Adrian Hill Fine Art is perhaps one of the town’s best-kept secrets and is a most inspirational place to discover. Grab a coffee in the Espresso bar and enjoy this light and airy space whilst perusing some fabulous original works of art.

  • The Lodge, Old Hunstanton

    Muddy says: "A Muddy award-winning pub, bar and restaurant with rooms that's well worth a visit."

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    Muddy says: "The re-imagined restaurant is stylish and on-trend, while still offering a menu of comforting Asian classics on social, communal-style tables."

  • The Jolly Sailors

    Muddy says: "The Jolly Sailors is a family-friendly pub with the largest rum menu in Norfolk, a giant beer garden with children's playground and, in the summer, an ice-cream stand and BBQ area."

  • The Kings Head

    Muddy says: "A handsome country pub with rooms, The Kings Head offers open fires, delicious pub grub (from a new chef), a massive beer garden and countryside views."

  • The White Horse

    Muddy says: "Locations don't get much better, or views much prettier, than The White Horse in Brancaster Staithe. The food isn't half bad either..."

  • Jo Jordan Hairdressing

    Muddy says: "When a hairdressers cuts its teeth (or locks) in London, you know they're worth a visit."

  • Norfolk Country Cottages

    Muddy says: For some of the best, swankiest, quirkiest, countywide properties in Norfolk, look no further than Norfolk Country Cottages.

  • Dipple & Conway

    Muddy says: This family-run business may have launched in 1916 but - when it comes to fashion and technology - is bang up-to-date

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The Urban Guide to the Countryside - Norfolk