South Creake is a village in Norfolk, tucked into the valley of the River Burn. Its heart is the Green and playing field beside the river and the B1355 road, where both run towards the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty along the North Norfolk Coast.
South Creake is a small, quiet community where people are ready to bid you good day. It is a sheltered space for people wanting fresh Norfolk air and a chance to unwind. Surrounded by rolling acres of farmland it is close to the beauty of the coast and a large number of activities and interesting places to visit.
As in so many villages, the population halved during the last century. Shops and all but one inn have closed. Small wayside stalls sell locally grown vegetables and fruit, cakes, eggs and the summer delicacy, samphire. The village includes plant centres, a fishing lake, other attractions which vary from year to year and holiday accommodation.