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Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

With a captivating coastline, Norfolk is an ideal destination for families looking to enjoy topping up their tans and splashing about in temperate seas. However, while the Norfolk coast is its biggest draw, there’s a lot more to discover in this beautiful part of England. Book one of our

Norfolk Cottages

and you’ll be on the doorstep to some of the country’s most quintessentially English countryside, excellent shopping and a host of attractions for kids and adults alike.

Norfolk is perfect for those who like to get out and about. You’ll find thick pine forests, expansive heathlands and miles of salt marshes filled with wildlife. Head up to the Norfolk Broads and you’ll find yourself in the heart of a National Park, home to over 400 rare species of flora and fauna, including butterflies and moths. While you can walk or cycle through and around the Broads, taking a boat cruise has to be the best way to see what the area’s got to offer. Our extensive range of

Norfolk Cottages

can put you close to the sights you want to see, cutting down on travel time.

What is there to do in Norfolk?

Norfolk has something to offer all of its visitors, regardless of their interest. Bargain hunters ought to get themselves down to Holt or Burnham Market to check out the local produce and the arty-crafty goods that are on sale there. Norwich also has excellent shopping facilities, with a 12th Century castle, all surrounded by characterful, cobbled streets. If you’re booking one of our

holiday cottages in Norfolk

for just you and your better half, you’re never too far from a local pub, which tend to serve delicious dishes created from ingredients supplied by farms and producers in the area.

If you’ve booked one of our

holiday cottages in Norfolk

for a family holiday, it’s always good to have to days out planned. Great Yarmouth Pier is brimming with old-school holiday attractions such as carousels, rides and donkey rides. Wroxham’s Bewilderwood is suitable for kids of all ages, with zipwires, boat trips, tree houses and a must-see sky maze. Alternatively, Banham Zoo is an easy way to spend a day, offering over 2,000 animals, set in 50 acres of stunning gardens and parkland.

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Holiday Cottages In Norfolk To Rent

More Norfolk Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

With a captivating coastline, Norfolk is an ideal destination for families looking to enjoy topping up their tans and splashing about in temperate seas. However, while the Norfolk coast is its biggest draw, there’s a lot more to discover in this beautiful part of England. Book one of our

Norfolk Cottages

and you’ll be on the doorstep to some of the country’s most quintessentially English countryside, excellent shopping and a host of attractions for kids and adults alike.

Norfolk is perfect for those who like to get out and about. You’ll find thick pine forests, expansive heathlands and miles of salt marshes filled with wildlife. Head up to the Norfolk Broads and you’ll find yourself in the heart of a National Park, home to over 400 rare species of flora and fauna, including butterflies and moths. While you can walk or cycle through and around the Broads, taking a boat cruise has to be the best way to see what the area’s got to offer. Our extensive range of

Norfolk Cottages

can put you close to the sights you want to see, cutting down on travel time.

What is there to do in Norfolk?

Norfolk has something to offer all of its visitors, regardless of their interest. Bargain hunters ought to get themselves down to Holt or Burnham Market to check out the local produce and the arty-crafty goods that are on sale there. Norwich also has excellent shopping facilities, with a 12th Century castle, all surrounded by characterful, cobbled streets. If you’re booking one of our

holiday cottages in Norfolk

for just you and your better half, you’re never too far from a local pub, which tend to serve delicious dishes created from ingredients supplied by farms and producers in the area.

If you’ve booked one of our

holiday cottages in Norfolk

for a family holiday, it’s always good to have to days out planned. Great Yarmouth Pier is brimming with old-school holiday attractions such as carousels, rides and donkey rides. Wroxham’s Bewilderwood is suitable for kids of all ages, with zipwires, boat trips, tree houses and a must-see sky maze. Alternatively, Banham Zoo is an easy way to spend a day, offering over 2,000 animals, set in 50 acres of stunning gardens and parkland.

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  1. Jane

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is a flat in a former vicarage converted into a few properties. It exceeded expectations- the location was ideallic and the accommodation substantial. The flat was very well equipped and the dishwasher and washing machine were easy to use. It had plenty of everything in the kitchen and it made it a lovely stress free experience. There were full sized staircases in the flat so they weren't steep but the stairs to the bedrooms only had a handrail on the inside turn so you had to walk on the narrow part of the step if you wanted to hold on. It was fine for us even carrying our twins but a bit unusual to see no outer rail. The flat was extremely spacious and light with gorgeous views of surrounding walled gardens and the huge medieval church. There is no garden belonging to it but a short walk takes you to the duck pond opposite the church and you are out in the countryside anyway. The approach to the property is down a gravel drive just before the private entrance to Hunstanton Hall. There is public access to the estate on Thursdays and it's a pleasant walk. Old Hunstanton has a great big beach past sand dunes with beach huts on and there's a good pub at the best western called the ancient mariner inn that looks out onto it. We travelled round easily and took our girls to alsorts. They enjoyed Bircham windmill and Snettisham park the most. There is a little farm at the windmill where they can watch sheep being milked and climb the windmill and Snettisham farm park had a brilliant deer safari where you go out on a tractor trailer to feed the red deer. The deer push their heads through the bars of the trailer to feed from your hands so you get really close safely which is amazing and you can see the whole herd including the huge stag. We had a fab holiday in West Norfolk and not a drop of rain. Highly recommended if you want to escape the rat race to a picturesque countryside location with a relaxed pace of life."
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  2. Ian

    Verified purchase

    "We have been keen supporters of UK cottage holidays for over 20 years. A holiday should be an enjoyable, relaxing and a stress free break.This is in a good location and potentially an excellent property for 10 people. BUT, the owner has clearly taken no notice of the past reviews by not taking action where necessary. We can only repeat the past less than positive reviews that we consider to remain unchanged!The housekeeper did not clean the whole property as she was not expecting us (also the gardener/handyman was unaware of our occupancy). We can only assume that they don’t communicate very well! However, the owner did attend the property with a welcome pack consisting only of one box of out of date Ferrero Rocher and a greeting note. The property is still in need of a really good clean, mattresses are below average with at least three with metal springs just below surface – not a good night’s sleep!With only one wardrobe the property lacked adequate hanging storage in bedrooms and no shelves in bathrooms.Our granddaughter was playing in the “garden” and fell on and into a sewerage manhole cover that was not secured! Upon investigation the other two in the garden were the same. I am pleased to report that these have now been repaired BUT no apology given by the owner. If you park your car in the overspill car park beware of the further unsecured manhole cover!"
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  3. Maggie

    Verified purchase

    "The location is superb but the directions provided were completely unhelpful especially if arriving in the dark like we were. It's a rural setting and there were a few properties that it could have been, so we drove round for some time before eventually spotting the small plaque 'Cookes farm' on the wall outside - not a great start! There was no local contact number to help guide us to the property and the team at Cottages for you had no idea where it was! The accommodation is spacious and on the whole clean, but we suspect the previous occupants did not bring any dishwasher tablets so all the plates and cutlery were water rinsed, greasy and unclean. Several of the pans were dirty and one had been badly burnt. Having cleaned out the bottom of the dishwasher of food and grease, we washed all the crockery before we could use it.It's worth pointing out that we suspect these problems were not the cleaner's or the owners fault but down to the previous occupants.It would have been nice to have some tea coffee and milk on arrival especially as we arrived late and had difficulty finding it but that was a small issue. There were other nice touches to welcome us such as the lovely hand washes.The property itself was a great place for family to stay together - plenty of bathrooms and beautiful views. Wonderful walks and very close to Cromer.We would return."
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  4. Brian

    Verified purchase

    "Plenty of space for 10; 5 bedrooms (although one double very cramped) and plenty of WC's and showers etc., but let down by lack of basic equipment (e.g plates, glasses etc) and cooking equipment. It would cost a very small amount (in comparison to rental income for a week) to rectify all of this with a visit to Argos or IKEA - we were not expecting best bone china! Also very disappointing that, a couple of months after booking, we had an email informing us that two of the bedrooms had no windows - when it is quite clear that has been the case ever since the property was available as a holiday let. To make matters worse in one of the windowless rooms there is a bare 'filled-in' brickwork opening (partly covered by a mirror unsafely propped up against the wall) which must have been there since conversion from the original barns - but no note of apology or explanation. The main dining area also has no window and the rear 'patio door' did not secure properly, to such an extent that, in a fairly high wind, we had to push a table against the door to keep it closed.All this just takes the edge off a potentially beautiful property which suited our needs precisely and acted as a good base for exploration of the whole north-east corner of Norfolk."
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  5. Andy

    Verified purchase

    "The details of the apartment seemed just what we were looking for but having read some of the previous comments, I was a little put off initially but having contacted the letting agent, who spoke to the owner, we decided to book. The apartment is very spacious, it is spread over three floors and is well appointed, with a dishwasher and a washing machine. The sitting room has an open fire and gets very cosy with a proper fire going. Regarding previous comments, there is no smell in the bathrooms and there was ample hot water for a bath. The shower has been upgraded and gives a good hot shower. The kitchen hot water takes about three minutes to come through but is then more than hot enough to do the dishes.The WiFi was not working, which didn't really bother us. I reported it to the letting agent who were going to look into it. If not having WiFi is a dealbreaker, you might wish to check it is working before booking. We took our bikes because of the good cycling nearby, and made use of the bike storage which is a full sized locked garage which was ideal to store and maintain the bikes. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would definitely recommend it."
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