Scolt Head Island, along with nearby Blakeney Point, represent two of the oldest coastal nature reserves in the country. Both are hugely important for wildlife and sites of scientific study.
The iconic hut has stood here since 1923, the year the island became a nature reserve. From this point is one of the most stunning views you will see, covering more than 20 miles of the Norfolk coastline.
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