Staying in Norfolk
We offer self-catering holiday accommodation in Norfolk cottages to families, couples and parties looking for either a short or long-term break. Attractions are widespread, from rolling fields and golf courses to steam engine railways and craft centres. The area is particularly strong for outdoor activities, including walking, cycling and hiking. Favourite traditional seaside resorts have tea shops and friendly family friendly pubs. Wells-next-the-Sea and Cromer (on a cliff with a pier and sandy beaches) are popular to visit. Great Yarmouth has 24/7 entertainment for those wanting full on family entertainment.
East of England is accessible by road, rail, and ferry from Europe to Harwich - just two hours away by rail form Norfolk. Getting around on your holiday to explore the are is easy. A popular activity taking you off the roads is canal boating on Norfolk Broads, you can hire a canal boat, or rent a narrowboat barge.
Spoilt for choice with family activities - we feel sure that your stay will be action packed and memorable.
Cottages for the perfect break in superb locations around stunning scenery in Norfolk, there is sure to be a property that will be perfect for you and your family - perhaps your dog too! (many holiday houses are pet friendly - look for the symbol). Pretty villages, pubs, walks, wonderful wildlife, mountain biking, fishing - there are many holiday activities to suit all ages. Visitors looking for different holiday experiences will find it all in this area - cities, beaches, fishing villages, forests - Norfolk has so much variety.
- Norfolk Broads, Wroxham - the 'Capital of the Broads’ is very popular town for boating
- Roam in Thetford Forest, has stay close to Thetford market town
- Cromer - a fishing town with a pier
- Docking a village in north-west Norfolk has history going back to 11th century
- Fakenham a historic market town between Norwich and Kings Lynn is a great base for touring and exploring the north coast of Norfolk
- Great Yarmouth - popular tourist resort for its sandy beaches
- Hickling is a village that many children will have read about in 'Swallows and Amazons', in the north east of the Norfolk Broads within the National Park.
- Snettisham is excellent for bird watching, and there is a large RSPB reserve
- Trunch is a small village on the North Norfolk coast - with a very friendly 16th century pub
- Norwich is one of the biggest towns in England its been a major port, a centre of trade - wool and cloth, a centre of engineering too. With a vast history there is so many interesting attractions.
You can view what's included in each holiday rental - household fuel, Bed linen, towels, tea towels and bath mats are commonly provided. Pets are often welcome, check the property details before making your reservation. Barbeque facilities are often provided for alfresco dining outdoors - how relaxing!