Norfolk holiday cottages
Why go on holiday to Norfolk?
Norfolk is the fourth largest county in England and its diversity is what truly makes the area special. From the stunning 93 miles of coastline, much of it designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to the Norfolk Broads and the medieval city of Norwich at the hub of it all, Norfolk has variety in abundance.
Whether you are looking for a romantic break or a family holiday, there’s a part of Norfolk that is for you. Once you’re here, it's up to you to decide just how much of the exploring you want to do and how much you want to save until next time.
Things to do on holiday in Norfolk
The good thing about Norfolk is the contrast of activities it provides. Lovers of the seaside will find a selection of charming seaside towns, in the countryside there is wildlife and picturesque views and in the cities, cafes, bars and a vibrant night life too.
Whether your hobbies are art, nature, adventure or history, there is something to enjoy for everyone. Visit the Queen’s Estate at Sandringham. Or for the more adventurous, the Norfolk Broads has activities that include sailing, canoeing and kayaking. You can go crabbing and rock pooling on the coast or enjoy the events and entertainment in Norwich.
If you’re visiting as a family to Norfolk, fun is always assured. Yes, there is plenty that adults will want to visit, but the kids won’t be left bored. Theme parks, animal centres, days at the beach, steam railways, treehouse playgrounds and stately houses and museums are just some of the things to keep the little ones happy. Some of our top picks are the , Bewilderwood in Horning, the Dinosaur Adventure Park in Lenwade, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens and Pleasure Beach in Great Yarmouth.
Things to see on holiday in Norfolk
Norfolk’s landscape is filled with history. Ancient churches, windmills and thatched cottages decorate the villages and towns whilst woodland, forests and coastline feature in the Norfolk Broads.
If you’re looking for a seaside break, charming resorts like Great Yarmouth, Hunstanton and Cromer have traditional family seaside fun activities. Or why not explore some of Britain’s finest beaches at Holkham, Wells Next The Sea or Brancaster. Inland, there is the heritage town of King’s Lynn, the quaint village of Burnham Market and at the centre of it all, Norwich itself.
Some of the top sights in Norfolk include Holkham Hall and Estate, an imposing country hall and gardens, Castle Acre Priory, ruins dating back to 1090, and Blakeney Point where you can spot seals.
The best holiday cottages in Norfolk
Once you’ve finished your daily activities, head home to relax in any one of our gorgeous holiday cottages. So that your holiday in Norfolk is the best that it can be, we want to make sure that you book the cottage that is best for you.
Take a closer look at our stunning collection of self-catering cottages and holiday apartments in Norfolk below. We give you so much variety and choice that it’s easy to find exactly what it is you’re looking for.
Booking a holiday cottage in Norfolk
A selection of the holiday lets that are available in Norfolk are displayed below. To find the best one for you, use our filter options to the left, to narrow down what’s available until you find your favourite.
At any point, please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have about booking a holiday cottage in Norfolk – we’re happy to help with questions about the cottages and to give you advice before you go ahead and book.
You may also like to consider one of our holiday cottages in the Norfolk Broads.