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.
Set far back from a quiet country lane, with a large south-facing cottage garden, Hall Farm Cottage is a romantic place perfect for couples. It is in the peaceful village of Wood Norton, around a ten minute drive from Fakenham and Twyford, and twenty minutes from Holt. Norwich is within easy reach, as are Norfolk's beaches and Broads. With nearby attractions including the royal residence of Sandringham, Pensthorpe Nature Park, and endless opportunities for walking, bird watching, cycling, sailing and golf, a stay at Hall Farm Cottage can be as energetic or relaxed as you dictate.
With a high degree of comfort and style throughout, 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. A great holiday choice for those who enjoy walking, bird watching, canoeing/kayaking or exploring with plenty of attractions including Norwich City and also the Norfolk coast within easy reach. 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
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
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 Norfolk's stunning coastline with miles of golden sand, as well as its countryside with its many attractions.
Beautifully presented, this stylish barn conversion provides a high standard of self-catering accommodation for up to ten guests and sits in a rural position, conveniently placed within easy reach of the Norfolk coastline and Broadland villages. An abundance of attractions and a super retreat for friends, families and celebratory breaks.
Relax in the beautiful surroundings of the countryside, just a few miles from the coast. Cow Parsley Cottage is perfect for couples who want to enjoy the best sights of North Norfolk, including places like Wells-Next-the-Sea and Holt. The traditional cottage is in the peaceful village of Kettlestone, close to Fakenham and a short drive from the beach. There are miles of nearby footpaths and bicycle routes to enjoy, as well as National Trust properties, country parks and coastal walks. Historic Norwich is within easy reach so you can mix country, beach and city all in one incredible holiday.
You have enough on your plate packing up the kids and dogs for a holiday without having to worry about things like finding a teaspoon so you can make a cuppa when you arrive. The owners of Wagtails have taken care of the details so you can put your feet up and relax the moment you get there whether you choose to sit in the garden with a fresh cup of tea or leave your bags to unpack later and walk straight to the beach. The welcoming cottage sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms and is on a peaceful road in Wells-next-the-sea, within walking distance of the glorious sandy beach, shops and friendly pubs.
East View is a comfortable cottage in the peaceful Norfolk countryside. Located in the quiet village of Shouldham near Kings Lynn in the Nar Valley, it is on a quiet road opposite a field, and an easy walk from the pretty village green and the award-winning Kings Arms pub and cafe. The area is ideal for leisurely country walks, cycling and horseriding. Half an hour away, the sandy beaches of the Norfolk Coast beckon, while the historical cities of Norwich and Cambridge, and attractions such as Sandringham House and Gardens are within easy reach for a day of shopping and sightseeing.
The Norfolk coastline is stunning, with golden sandy beaches that stretch for miles in both directions. Brancaster is a fantastic example that you can easily enjoy when you stay at Crosswaye. The comfortable bungalow has recently been updated to provide a high standard of accommodation for up to four people. It is very popular with couples, families and friends who like that it is in a quiet location yet close to places like Wells-next-the-Sea, Holkham, Holme, Hunstanton, the Titchwell RSPB Reserve and The Wash Nature Reserve. It is a five-minute walk to the village pub, The Ship Inn, and the mile to Brancaster beach and dunes can be walked or cycled in 20 minutes or less.
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.
The Old Coach House has wide appealing offering couples single level dog-friendly self-catering. Sitting on the Norfolk/Suffolk border in the village of Flixton (with village pub and Aviation Museum within strolling distance), this welcoming cottage for two provides the perfect base for exploring the many attractions of both Suffolk and Norfolk including the coast, nature reserves, Norwich and the nearby Norfolk Broads. Short breaks and longer holidays available all year round. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
Providing single storey self-catering, Sam's Stable offers Four Star Gold self-catering for couples and is conveniently located on the Suffolk/Norfolk border in the village of Flixton. There is a village pub and the Aviation Museum within easy strolling distance as well as St Peter's Brewery (a little further but still within walking distance for those who intend on sampling a pint or two of Suffolk's finest!). All the right ingredients for a relaxing break and within easy reach of the coast for days at the beach or visiting the nature reserves. Norwich city centre is also within easy reach. Short breaks available all year round (two night minimum). Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
Perfect for couples looking for a weekend away or longer holiday exploring East Anglia, this romantic Four Star Gold holiday home sleeps two guests and sits in the village of Flixton on the Suffolk/Norfolk borders. There is a village pub a short walk away as well as the popular Aviation Museum. St Peter's Brewery is also within walking distance and the lovely beaches and nature reserves of the Suffolk coastline are within easy reach by car. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
A delightful Four Star Gold holiday retreat sleeping two on the Suffolk/Norfolk borders in the village of Flixton with a village pub and the Aviation Museum a short stroll away. St Peter's Brewery is also within walking distance and Suffolk's coast is a short car ride away with beaches for lazy days and some of the country's top nature reserves. Short breaks offered all year round - an excellent choice for couples who enjoy walking, cycling, bird watching, exploring and relaxing. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
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
With a games room, large living room and three generously sized bedrooms, Seaford Holiday Cottage is ideal for families who like to spread out. There is room for six people to sleep in comfort, and the cottage has a 5-Star rating from the Visit England tourist board thanks to the high standard of accommodation. Weybourne beach and the Ship Inn pub are both within walking distance, and with attractions including Holkham Hall and Cley Marshes, as well as Sheringham and Cromer all within easy reach, why wouldn't you want to stay here? Tourist board rating: 5 Star
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.