A pretty and peaceful retreat in a tranquil countryside setting in Norfolk. Lovely local and long distance walks, cycling and birdwatching with RSPB nature reserves within easy reach. Centrally located, Norwich, the Norfolk coast and the Broads are all accessible by car for a day trip out. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A cosy welcoming holiday cottage sitting in the Norfolk coastal village of West Runton within fifteen minutes walk of the Heritage beach. A tranquil spot opposite National Trust woodland and heath, and a great base for exploring the areas many attractions including some of the country's finest golden beaches. A haven for bird and wildlife, wonderful walks and bike rides and less than an hour from the Norfolk Broads and Norwich City for a day trip out.
A comfy welcoming retreat providing stylish self-catering enhanced by original features, ideally placed on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders. An excellent base for exploring the many attractions of Suffolk and Norfolk, as well as Norwich city.
A stylish comfortable holiday home on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders, ideally placed in the picturesque Waveney Valley providing an ideal base from which to explore the many attractions of these two beautiful counties including the heritage coastline, historic market towns and Broadland villages.
Sitting in the coastal village of East Runton, this luxury holiday cottage is well placed for exploring the many attractions of the North Norfolk Coast and is close to Cromer. Perfect for indulging yourself in luxurious surroundings, The Brambles offers guests all the right ingredients for a seaside holiday with private hot tub for relaxing, and a Blue Flag beach as well as restaurants and coastal walks within a ten minute walk. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
Wonderful five star (Gold awarded) holiday cottage near Cromer on the North Norfolk Coast. Perfect for indulging yourself in luxurious surroundings with facilities such as private hot tub, beach, restaurants and glorious coastal walks accessible within a five minute walk. A great choice for those who like to surround themselves with luxury and sea air. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
A single level holiday home in a fantastic seaside position less than one hundred and fifty yards from a wonderful sandy beach on the Norfolk coastline. Located in the coastal village of Mundesley with the village shops and pubs a short walk away and Cromer and Sheringham within easy driving distance.
A welcoming pet-friendly holiday cottage in unspoilt Norfolk countryside within easy reach of the Norfolk Broads and Norfolk Coastline. A great touring base for visiting the areas many attractions and a haven for wildlife sitting in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Just two miles from North Walsham with its weekly market, shops and eateries. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Beautifully presented, this warm and welcoming detached holiday home is conveniently tucked away in the centre of the village of Dersingham in West Norfolk and within easy reach of the coastline and areas many attractions. Pubs and shops on the doorstep as well as a local bus service for those who want to explore the area without a car. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A large luxury holiday home located between the lovely coastal towns of Cromer and Sheringham on the North Norfolk coastline. Just 300 metres from the sea and beach. An exceptional property for celebrating a special occasion or getting together with friends and family. The photos speak for themselves! Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
Sitting in the Broadland village of Rockland St Mary, this dog-friendly cottage is beautifully presented throughout and ideally placed just a short walk from the village pub serving food, and mooring area for leisure boats. Bring your kayak away to explore the waterways, or your bike to enjoy the country lanes. There are also lovely walks, excellent bird watching with a nature reserve within walking distance, and an abundance of attractions including Norwich City and the glorious beaches of the Norfolk Coast. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Situated in the Southern Broads in the pretty Norfolk village of Rockland St Mary, The Barn is nicely presented throughout and ideally placed just a short stroll from the village pub and mooring area for leisure boats. With a nature reserve within walking distance, this is an ideal base for anyone who wants to explore the magical waterways of the Norfolk Broads as well as those who enjoy walking, cycling, bird watching and exploring. Norwich City and also the coast are within easy driving distance. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
With a high degree of comfort and style, this luxurious holiday cottage is ideally located in the heart of the Norfolk Broads in the village of Rockland St Mary, with village pub and nature reserves within walking distance. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Three elegant, well-appointed holiday cottages just four miles from Wroxham in the heart of the Norfolk Broads with shared use of an indoor swimming pool. Ideal for exploring the waterways and also the Norfolk Coast with its glorious golden beaches and incredible wildlife. Norwich City, steeped in history and culture, is also within easy driving distance offering a taste of city life.
A holiday on the Norfolk coast has a timeless appeal. With space for four guests (plus an additional two for occassional use), The Felbrigg is ideal for couples or families who want to be close to beaches like Cromer but who want to retreat to a home-away-from-home where they can spread out and enjoy peace and privacy at the end of a fun day. The barn conversion is part of a larger estate and benefits from facilities that include a heated indoor swimming pool and children's play area. It is just two miles from the New Inn pub and train station at Roughton, and the same distance from Cromer's fantastic Grade II listed pier, Blue Flag beach and superb restaurants. As well as being convenient for beaches like Cromer, Sheringham and Blakeney, The Felbrigg is only a short drive from The heart of the Norfolk Broads National Park and just half an hour from Norfolk. Staying in this beautiful barn conversion means you can spend a day on the beach, another bird watching on the Broads and yet another exploring the wonderful city with its rich heritage and well-preserved buildings.
A comfortable self-catering bungalow located just a short drive from the popular seaside town of Cromer. An ideal base for couples wanting to explore the Norfolk coast and countryside with its many attractions.
Sitting in an idyllic position within two acres of gardens, Brickley Rise is the perfect choice for large groups of friends or family who want to explore Norfolk, relax or celebrate a special occasion. Formerly being part of Ingoldisthorpe Hall Estate, this beautifully presented Four Star Gold cottage is close to Sandringham, nature reserves like Snettisham and glorious beaches such as Hunstanton. The perfect choice for those wanting to explore the many attractions of North Norfolk.
Cyder Orchard's name celebrates Norfolk's cider making heritage and sits in almost half an acre of a former apple orchard in a peaceful location not far from the centre of Banham village. The house sleeps five people in three bedrooms and, while suitable for both families and couples, it caters exceptionally well for wheelchair users. Nearby attractions include Banham Zoo, Wymondham Abbey, and Bressingham Steam and Gardens. Diss, Thetford and the Norfolk Broads are less than half an hour's drive away, while Great Yarmouth, Southwold and Norwich are not much further.
A charming period detached holiday cottage with lots of character and comfort in a picturesque rural setting just three miles from the golden sands at Mundesley on the Norfolk coastline. Lovely walks and cycle rides from the front door and within easy reach of the areas many attractions including Cromer and Sheringham. Tourist board rating: 4 Star 4.
Modern and comfy, this welcoming holiday cottage is well located just a short stroll from Cromer's excellent amenities on the Norfolk Coast. A popular holiday resort since Victorian times, Cromer is famed for its crabs, Victorian Pier (now home to the theatre) and charming traditional seaside vibe. Great choice of pubs and restaurants, wonderful coastal walks, an abundance of wildlife and plenty of attractions for day trips out including Norwich and the Norfolk Broads.
With the beautiful countryside as such a prominent attraction in Norfolk, there are many outdoor pursuits to enjoy both inland and on water. The extensive waterways of the Broads are ideal places for water lovers with rivers branching out in every direction providing a haven for sailors, canoeists, wildlife enthusiasts and those who simply like to relax around water. Known as the capital of The Broads, Wroxham is a bustling town that will give you a true taste of Broadland life with plenty of places to hire a boat and explore the waterways under your own steam.
For those seeking the cry of the gull, head towards the stunning Norfolk coast. With an impressive ninety miles of coastline there are plenty of great days out by the sea. A walkers paradise, there are also over forty miles of coastal path to explore! For those wanting traditional seaside fun, Great Yarmouth and Cromer should be top of your list or alternatively, the never ending golden sands of Holkham and Wells beaches are sure to provide a quiet spot for a picnic.
Norfolk also offers relaxing outdoor activities. A trip on one of the heritage railway lines provides an effortless way of seeing the countryside. Fishing and bird watching are popular with visitors to Norfolk with many nature reserves to visit such as Cley Marshes (Norfolk's oldest and most popular), Hickling Broad and Snettisham to name just a few. For the possibility of seeing something a little more exotic, take a trip to Banham Zoo, voted one of the top zoos in England. Your choices are endless and our Norfolk Holiday Guide can help you plan your visit.
If art and culture appeal, the City of Norwich is the ideal stop. Famous for its festivals throughout the year, the themes range from art and film to food and drink. The Romanesque structure of the Norwich Cathedral is certainly worth visiting and both awe-inspiring and alluring. If you prefer to venture through the streets of the city, The Lanes are part of the historic quarter of Norwich. With cobbled streets and Georgian architecture, The Lanes offer a plethora of independent shops and boutiques to browse. Thinking about architecture in Norfolk would not be complete without the castles and stately homes of the countryside. Holkham Hall, with its very own nature reserve, is a beautiful site, situated close to the Norfolk coastline. The royal Sandringham Estate is also situated in Norfolk, with its museum exhibition of gifts to the Queen as a 'must-see' on any visitors itinerary.
Norfolk is the perfect choice for those craving culture and heritage, as well as nature, adventure, wildlife and the tranquility of water, be it by the sea or on river. With its fantastic architecture, picturesque countryside and some of the country's finest beaches, Norfolk really is a county that has something for everyone.