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Holiday Cottages In Norfolk

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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

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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in norfolk.

  1. Nicola

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is very nice and well looked after as was the pool, the Kitchen is very well equipped which is great for a self catering holiday. There is an enclosed patio area which was great for the children and there was somewhere for them to run around. However when we booked the cottage it said there was wifi, which we needed and unfortunately you could only get service (including phone service!!) at the pool, which is not practical. The pool is attached to the Owners house and whilst they are very nice people we were a little bit uncomfortable walking past their living room every time we used the pool. The pool had no drainage which makes it very slippy for small children. The bedroom layout was also not practical for us and this was not represented in the photos on the website. The smallest bedroom was right by the front door and next to the Kitchen and all the other bedrooms were at the other end of the cottage which was not suitable with small children we would not have been able to hear them if they called out and whilst we had a camera as there are no plug sockets in the walls in the little bedroom that made it exceptionally difficult to set the camera up. I would say that the cottage is not practical for families with small children needing 2 bedrooms or families taking additional adults as the bedroom layout isn't great. It feels like a 4 person cottage, trying to be a 6 person cottage, and I think if the photos were more representative of the layout renters would be able to assess wether it was suitable for their needs."
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  2. Irene

    Verified purchase

    "For us this was an excellent choice of holiday cottages and we will definitely be returning. The cottage was comfortable with plenty of space for our needs. We loved the privacy of the courtyard and the fact that our grandchildren could skip or run their cars out there while we sat and read, or had a glass of wine and even when it had rained the courtyard was very quickly dry. The beds were comfortable and we managed happily to get the wifi signal on most days, but being Norfolk, the signal was not always strong. It didn't affect our situation at all, so there was no problem. We found that the location was good because we were in a less crowded rural area than the coastal towns and villages, yet nowhere was too far to travel to. The pool was the icing on the cake. It was warm; perfect in fact, especially at the beginning of the week. We all spent a great deal of time swimming or sitting in the comfortable armchairs reading a book in a lovely warm atmosphere. The rain outside didn't bother us at all. The owners were helpful, pleasant and very accommodating. A helpful suggestion would be that we would have liked a small selection of dvd's, books or board games for rainy days, although we did actually take our own, but know that the children, especially, find unfamiliar games more appealing. It would also be good to read some personal recommendations of good local places to eat or visit. Many thanks to the owners, for their hospitality and attention to detail."
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  3. George

    Verified purchase

    "Good points: the cottage is spacious and the lounge comfortable. However, there were numerous bad points which spoiled our stay. The cottage is only superficially clean and well decorated; it is not difficult to notice dust and cobwebs, cracks and damp patches in walls and splashes of paint on woodwork and furniture. Some kitchen utensils were very dirty; some were broken or chipped. Toilet seat is chipped. Lampshades on bedside lamps have seen better days. Pillows in the bedroom are flat and uncomfortable. The wardrobe doubles up as storage space and you have to hang your clothes among hoover, cot, ironing board etc. A tiny shelf in the bathroom does not provide enough space for toiletries for two people. The owners are not very friendly or welcoming. A good measure of this was the content of the 'welcome tray': TWO each of tea bags, mini milk cartons and sachets of sugar. The meanest we have ever seen."
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  4. Irene

    Verified purchase

    "I have given ten for all the categories because that it how we saw it. I know we weren't near the coast but we didn't want to be. We were centrally situated for all areas. The cottage suited us beautifully. It was quiet and peaceful in its rural setting and we didn't feel the crushing effects of the crowded coastal holiday areas. The pool was fantastic and we used it twice daily for a couple of hours at a time. It was warm and the owners were obliging and didn't mind the squealing of my grandchildren as they were having so much fun. The cottage was immaculate and the facilities well suited to our needs. The south facing courtyard was private and enjoyable. We have been before and will go again. It was an excellent venue for our summer holiday. Can't wait to return."
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  5. Susan

    Verified purchase

    "We liked S17072 but on arrival I was told how to clean the shower,and to do this as many times as I liked ( not what you want to hear ) especially as my job entails cleaning a Doctors Surgery 5 days a week. We were told not to use a certain door because it went outside to the owners back yard ! So this attitude put us off straight away, saying that, the bed was extremely comfortable. Also only enough firewood for one fire ( handful of sticks 4 logs and one firelighter ) . Also if it rained could we possibly mop up any puddles that came down the log burner chimney. Only one dishwasher tablet provided and one toilet roll (we had to buy more toilet roll). I used to work on a caravan site cleaning the lodges we always provided about 25 dishwasher tablets and about 3 toilet rolls !"
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