Norfolk is located in the east of England, and together with the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, and Suffolk is part of the area of England collectively known East Anglia. Norfolk is an all year round destination and ideal for a holiday or short break. Visitors can holiday afloat on the sublime Norfolk Broads, take in the wonderful coast with its sandy beaches or try the tranquillity of the rolling Norfolk countryside and forests.....See more
Well known for boating holidays, the Norfolk Broads are made up of lakes, rivers and man-made waterways and are truly a beautiful and tranquil location, full of wildlife and fantastic scenery. Both motor and sailing boat hire is readily available either for a relaxing day out on the river or an extended stay afloat, where you can let life slow down and simply take in the wonderful and peaceful landscape of the Norfolk Broads, including the many historic windmills dotted around the broads.....See more
The Norfolk coast is truly a wonderful location for all year round holidays, short breaks or days out. You will find miles of glorious sandy beaches, quaint seaside villages and several lively resorts. There is wildlife, flora and fauna in abundance, with several wildlife reserves and seal colonies to view. There are opportunities for fishing, walking, cycling or simply chilling out, enjoying the views and tranquillity, and even a coastal bus to pick you up and drop you off as required.....See more
This beautiful and unspoilt area is located in south Norfolk and really is a haven of tranquillity. Set between Norfolk and Suffolk and following the River Waveney, it consists of beautiful countryside, quaint villages, interesting market towns, wildlife in abundance and lots of walking and cycling routes. Accommodation is widely available including log cabins, holiday cottages, bed & breakfasts, guest houses, camping and lots more. This really is a wonderful Norfolk holiday destination.....See more
Recommended Norfolk Accommodation
- Andover House See more Andover House 5* restaurant with rooms is located at Yarmouth on the Norfolk coast. The award winning restaurant offers top quality cuisine using local produce wherever possible. All our bedrooms are...
- Pentney Park See more Four star pet friendly Pentney Park is a East Anglia caravan and camping park, with lodges also available for hire. Excellent facilities including; woodland walks, an indoor heated swimming pool and...
- Egmere End Cottage See more Egemere End is a newly renovated comfortable cottage, less than two miles from Wells-next-Sea and Walsingham,ideal for walkers, bathers, pilgrimages, bird watchers and more. Also next to the Holkham...
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Holidays in Norfolk and the Norfolk Broads
Set in south east England, Norfolk is a favourite holiday destination for both UK and international visitors. Its location ensures above average sunshine hours and below average rainfall thus making it ideal for an extended holiday, short break or day out.
There is a range of options available around Norfolk including; the wonderful Norfolk Coast with remote coastal footpaths and extensive sandy beaches, Breckland with its rich heritage and distinctive landscape to explore, Waveney Valley with the River Waveney flowing past quaint towns and villages and of course the truly wonderful and scenic Norfolk Broads.
For accommodation visitors can choose from a vast selection to suit all budgets and needs, from secluded locations with spectacular views through to town centre holiday accommodation with shops and restaurants on the doorstep. Self-catering holiday cottages are a favourite, and log cabins and lodges are readily available throughout Norfolk. Cosy bed and breakfasts, budget bunk barns and hotels are also in ready supply throughout the region.
Another Norfolk favourite is a holiday afloat on the truly wonderful Norfolk Broads. Here you can cruise the miles of waterways and stop overnight in a secluded location for a spot of fishing and the wildlife for company, or in a lively marina with a pub, shop and restaurant on-hand.
In terms of things to do Norfolk has it all, with a vast range of activities, attractions and events to capture the imagination of all the family. There are historic castles and great houses and halls to visit, museums and wildlife centres to enjoy, zoos and family farms ideal for families and a range of events including; shows, fairs and steam meetings to attend.