Welcome to the Brecks
One of the great natural areas of Britain preserved and enhanced by a wide partnership of organisations.
" Few of the lowland districts of England have more striking individual characteristics than the area known as Breckland " W.G. Clarke, 1925
The Brecks spans 392 sq. miles/1015 sq. kilometres across Norfolk and Suffolk in the heart of The East of England - one of the driest parts of Britain, a landscape of tranquil forest, open heathland and agricultural land, is home to many unique or distinctive birds, plants and animals.
Whether you want a week in a luxurious hotel, an overnight stop at a Farmhouse B&B, prefer the independence of a self-catering cottage or live under the stars in a tent, The Brecks can offer you the choice.
Buy local produce and truely taste the Brecks. Try local ales, cheeses, cordials and much more.
Leaflets, Guides and Itineraries
There is a wide selection of leaflets, guides, itineraries and maps to help you make the most of yout time in the Brecks.