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Castle Acre Village
Castle Acre is a special Conservation village sited on the long-distance Peddar's Way footpath, and is steeped in history.

Within a short walk of Tudor Lodgings there are the following:

Castle Acre Castle - The ruins of the 11th Century Norman castle built by William De Warrene. The medieval ditch-and-bank town defences extend beyond the castle around Tudor Lodgings. Fortunately it is free to all, and a very short walk away.

The Ostrich Inn Pub - Recent revamp. Good pub food, and a good few bitters. A short walk. Fine website.

Other useful things in the village:

St. James the Great - 12th century Church

Castle Acre Priory - run by English Heritage; entrance fee to the ruins themselves for non-members.

Historic Walks around the village - please contact Tony Wright on 07885 240603

The Charity Bookshop - A wide variety of second hand books. Ideal for holiday reading!

Spar Stores - an excellent mini supermarket with a fish and chip shop
Post Office Newspapers can be bought here.

The Playing Fields On the other side of the Massingham Road is a recently-constructed children's play area with a small skateboard park.

Wittles - Café.

Walking / Dog Walking Dog walking opportunities are plentiful around the village with miles of lovely riverside paths. Please just ask about possible routes.