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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. Julie

    Verified purchase

    "We had a fantastic honeymoon with our young daughter at S17201. The overall comfort and equipment was very good and far exceeded our expectations. The reason I have marked it a 9 is there were a few general things that caused a minor issue, such as excessively squeaky door hinges (we put some oil on to stop it) and the downstairs shower felt like needles and we could not turn the pressure down. The cottage was very central to lots of places to visit and we were out and about in the car each day. Unfortunately, with a 16 month old, this caused an issue as she quickly got fed up of being bundled in the car each day to go and visit places but there were no local places within walking/ cycling distances.We also had an issue with some very loud tenants over the weekend mid holiday. With the houses having an adjoining door we could hear the shrieking of laughter and shouting clearly and it often drowned out the music/ tv we had on in our cottage."
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  2. Carol

    Verified purchase

    "S17058 is very clean and comfortable and the garden is lovely and full of wildlife with a nice conservatory. There are no wardrobes or cabinets in the twin room, which is rather inconvenient and the hot water ran out quickly if two people showered within a short time of each other (I had to finish rinsing off with very cold water on one occasion). The most disappointing thing was that we had no welcome pack, as advertised, and no instructions/information at all. You would normally expect information on local services (chemist, doctor etc.) what to recycle and when to put the bins out. There is a long walk to where you park the car and, for two less abled ladies, it was a struggle to get everything to and from the car on arrival and departure. I'm afraid we will not book S17058 again."
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  3. Barbara

    Verified purchase

    "We had a great week here in one of the best cottages we have stayed in. sunshine everyday helped of course but cottage was so comfortable we enjoyed just sitting in the garden with a cup of tea some days. Had a couple of good meals in the local pub. Would have liked to walk there but road so busy and with no pavement we decided not to risk it - that was the only down side of the location.Enjoyed walking along the coastal path in both directions and it was good to be able to access it without the car.Outings down coast to see seals, to bird watch in nature reserve, and to spend a day on a boat on the Broads were all very accessible."
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  4. J

    Verified purchase

    "S17058 is a very comfortable cottage and was home from home. Reedham is a lovely quiet village with lovely walks towards both the ship and Ferry Inn in the daylight. Mr Povey was very accommodating and even offered us fresh veg from the garden. The cottage was very well equipped and had everything we required. We were very fortunate with the weather too! We hired a day boat from Brundall and went to Norwich and back, visited Norwich by train, watched the seals on Horsey beach, had some lovely walks on Winterton and Horsey Beach, visited Castle Burgh and Horsey Mill. All in all it was a very relaxing break."
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  5. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "A lovely cottage, beautifully presented, very well thought out, just like a lovely cosy home. We picked this cottage because of the location, hot tub, real fire and quality mark and we were not disappointed, it’s simply lovely. The cottage next door is also available and would be wonderful for a larger group to have both, especially with the private courtyard, swimming pool etc. Its more expensive than some cottages but very good value for money and the owners left a bottle of wine, local biscuits and flowers which was a nice touch, usually you pay extra for things like that! Dec 2011."
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