Walking. The Coast Path. Holkham Beach.
Reading (there are lots of books in cottage).
Children's games.
Birdwatching on local marshes (geese, gulls, terns, oystercatchers, avocets etc.), and the famous Cley reserve (details at www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk - with great new eco-friendly visitor centre & restaurant). You might be lucky enough hear a bittern boom on warm summer evenings. And there are nightjars and nightingales on Salthouse Heath behind the church. Titchwell is three-quarters of an hour away.
Sailing at Blakeney and Morston.
Crabbing at Blakeney.
Sea-bathing (for the hardy).
Visits to stately homes and National Trust properties at Sheringham Park, Felbrigg, Holkham, Mannington, Blickling, Houghton Hall and many more.
Local art galleries; frequent exhibitions in Salthouse Church (only 100yds away).
Pubs (Dun Cow in Salthouse on the green), tea-shops and restaurants (Morston Hall for special occasions)
Cycling (bikes for hire at Blickling and Holkham)
Shopping & sight-seeing in medieval Norwich.
Local fetes and regattas in the summer.
Letheringsett Water Mill.
Glaven Valley Wildflower Centre.
Theatres at Sheringham, Norwich, and at the end of Cromer Pier.