Norfolk has it all when it comes to accommodation from
grand hotels, guest houses and self catering cottages,
to motor cruisers, caravans and campsites. Whatever
your preference or budget, Norfolk has something suitable for everyone.
Caley Hall Hotel - Opened in 1976, Caley Hall Hotel and Restaurant is set in the beautiful village of Old Hunstanton on the coast of Norfolk. The original Manor House dates back to 1648, and more recently the outbuildings have been converted to provide most of the accommodation. We now have over 40 bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, fridge and satellite TV.
Norfolk is bursting with entertainment, with so many places
to visit. For those seeking peace and tranquility
there are magnificent stately homes and halls,
all with spectacular gardens.
North Norfolk Railway
The North Norfolk Railway Poppy Line is the direct descendant of the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway, which did so much to open up the glorious Poppyland coast to holidaymakers. Today the Poppy Line steam railway runs from Sheringham along the coast to Weybourne and up through the heathland to Holt: with its spectacular views of coast and country, it is one of Britain's most scenic heritage railways. Steam trains run most days from mid-March to mid-October, and at weekends in December. All day hop-on, hop-off Rover tickets let you explore town and country.
Norwich is a beautiful city, steeped in history, dating back over 2,000 years. The central streets still follow their medieval course outlined by what remains of the ancient city walls. Norwich City is dominated by its magnificent Cathedral and Medieval Castle. The city’s newest public building, The Forum, is also an impressive landmark, situated in the heart of the city centre, offering information and entertainment. With an unbeatable range of activities, from historic buildings and beautiful courtyards,
The city of Norwich is a great place for a night out, with a mix of trendy pubs, clubs, cinemas and restaurants, and stylish café bars. Art lovers, film buffs and theatre-goers will not be disappointed by the excellent choices on offer in this vibrant city. Norwich is overflowing with a diversity of entertainment that will suit every conceivable taste and budget.
Norfolk has a spectacular coastline, with long sandy beaches, high cliffs, sand dunes, flint pebble banks and salt marshes. It is also well known for the Norfolk Broads, an extensive waterway that can be fully explored by boat. There are many towns and villages within Norfolk, all with their own individual characters. The port of King's Lynn has a long trading history, and today it still has large trade links with the rest of Europe.
The Norfolk Broads are thought to have been created by the flooding of ancient peat diggings. They consist of large expanses of water, long meandering rivers and smaller lakes and dykes and are unique throughout Britain. North Norfolk has so much to offer, with miles of beautiful beaches, seaside towns like Cromer and Sheringham, and market towns such as Aylsham. More information about these places can be found in our towns and villages section.
Find out more about Norfolk and the Norfolk Broads, plus information on Norfolk towns and villages.