THE OLD RECTORY
Ridlington, Norfolk

B&B and Self-Catering Accomodation
Booking: 01692 650247 or 07774 599911

 

 

Ridlington Old Rectory - Local Places To Shop


There is no shortage of local places to shop around the area. Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda and Waitrose all deliver here, so if you want to arrange your own delivery on the day of your arrival, just let us know and we will put it away for you.

If you have a canine friend with you and wish to visit any of these great places and find they are not as dog friendly as we are, we can recommend the Doggy Day Care facilities at nearby Broadland Cattery. Full details of their facilities are here.

We list below some of our favorite places to shop:

Truly Local, Stalham - 44 High Street, Stalham, Norfolk, NR12 9AS. 01692 582438.

‘Truly Local’ stocks the best quality fresh and seasonal produce the locality has to offer, with their most popular including local cheese, milk & butter, honey, fruit, vegetables and salads, traditionally made bread and pies, organic flour, free range hen, duck and goose eggs & poultry, fish & crabs, traditionally reared pork, lamb & beef and game.
AG Meale & Sons, Wayford - Wayford Nurseries, Stalham, Norwich, NR12 9LJ. 01692 580226.

A family run business providing customers with top quality products and customer service at Wayford Nurseries, Stalham where you will find have a well stocked Farm Shop, Plant House and Garden Centre. Also at this site are greenhouses in which are grown famous tomatoes and where most plants are started, along with PYO Strawberries, Raspberries, Plums and Runner Beans (in season).
Causeway Butchers, Ingham - Causeway Farm, Sea Palling Road, Ingham, Norwich, NR12 0TP. 01692 580886.

A traditional butchers shop selling home produced and locally sourced meats. The Pies and Sausage rolls are to die for, homemade too!
Cooks of Ingham Farmshop - Boundary Farm, Sea Palling Road, Ingham, Norwich, NR120TS. 01692 598202.

Home Grown produce, including quality potatoes are available all year round and the shop is open every day. They also sell Free Range Eggs, Honey, Preserves, Chutneys, Cakes, Cookies and much more. Also available are bedding plants & hanging baskets when in season.
Fair Maiden Shellfish, Happisburgh - North Walsham Road, (Opp. School Carpark on Coast Road), Happisburgh, Norfolk NR12 0QU. 01692 65216.

Open only on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday you'll find something you like at this delightful small local fish shop. Call ahead to check opening hours though.

And so that nobody feels left out, here are just some of the other local villages and towns that have lots of other selections:

Stalham

A small Market weekly on Tuesdays and a Farmers Market 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. Parking on Tesco car park and walking through to the high street is the easiest option for access.

Supermarkets: Tesco.
North Walsham

Wide range of shops with good access from car parks and a Market on Thursdays.

Supermarkets: Sainsbury, Waitrose and Lidl.
Wroxham

Capital of The Norfolk Broads and offering a variety of village shops. Roys of Wroxham claiming the largest village store in the world. Good car parking.

Supermarkets: Roys of Wroxham.
Mundesley

The clifftop seaside village with sandy beach has a number of shops and facilities available.

Supermarkets: Spar (village centre) and Tesco Express (just outside centre).
Cromer

Classic North Norfolk seaside town. A must visit. Plenty of shops and places to visit including the pier where the Pavillion Theatre is located and South American themed Zoo just out of town. Friday is Market day.

Supermarkets: Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsburys Local.
Aylsham

Attractive market town with plenty of shops and facilities. Markets on Mondays and Fridays.

Supermarkets: Tesco (out of town) and Co-Op (in town).
Holt

A lovely rural Georgian town with plenty of unusual shops. You need to stray a little from the main High Street to find the many other shops Holt has to offer.

Supermarkets: Budgens.
Norwich

Retail therapy for everyone at the capital city of East Anglia.Two large shoping malls, modern forum, cobbled streets and alleys and the largest permanent open air market in England, you should find what you're looking for here.

Supermarkets: Most of the large chain stores.
Acle

Attractive market town with plenty of character. Market day is Tuesday morning and there is a Farmers Market on the second Saturday of the month. Weekly general auctions at Acle Salerooms every Thursday.

Supermarkets: Tesco and Co-Op.
Great Yarmouth>
An ancient town and for centuries a centre for the fishing industry. Now a popular seaside resort with miles of golden sands and a thriving town centre with everything you would expect to find.

Supermarkets: Most of the large chain stores.