Norfolk and Norwich accommodation
Norfolk has it all dwhen 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.
Horse riding is an idyllic pastime and popular in Norfolk with both visitors and locals. If you haven’t tried it before, don’t worry, there are plenty of experienced tutors and riding centres that would be happy to get you started. With long stretches of beautiful coastline, lush green lanes and pretty bridleways crisscrossing their way through the county, horse riding in Norfolk makes perfect sense and is a great way to explore the varied landscape that Norfolk has to offer.
If you are looking for family fun, great facilities and top entertainment a holiday park in Norfolk is an all-round winner. Discover static caravans, apartments, chalets and lodges in beautiful locations close to the stunning Norfolk coastline or nestled amongst rolling Norfolk countryside. Stay for a fortnight, a week, a short break or just a couple of nights in one of the following family friendly holiday parks and relax, unwind and recharge your batteries.
Perched on the edge of the north Norfolk coast, Cromer is probably most famous for its delicious crabs, wide open beaches and skies and its iconic pier and end of the pier variety show. A traditional seaside town with many locally owned and run shops, Cromer has a rich fishing heritage and a proud and strong relationship with the RNLI. The Henry Blogg Museum on Cromer’s promenade offers a fascinating insight into the service’s history and is worth a visit.
Are you wondering where’s the best place to stay in Norfolk? There is a vast range of holiday accommodation in Norfolk, from luxury boutique hotels, B&B accommodation, campsites, holiday river cruisers, and holiday parks to inns and pubs, self-catering cottages and hostels. Whatever type of accommodation you are looking for, you are sure to find it in Norfolk. Choose from coastal destinations, riverside settings, quaint market towns to country retreats and city centre locations – Norfolk has holiday accommodation to suit every conceivable taste and budget.
The medieval and charming city of Norwich attracts visitors from around the globe, from an overnight stay, to those enjoying a weekend city break or a longer holiday. With so much to see and do, Norwich makes a great holiday destination, steeped in history with an abundance of ancient buildings, including a beautiful cathedral and a Norman castle, many visitor attractions, excellent shopping, restaurants and walks. Climb aboard Norwich’s open top sightseeing bus or explore the city on foot either on your own or book a guided tour.
Norfolk - big skies, stunning beaches, windswept marshes, pretty flint houses, meandering inland waterways, ancient woodland, historic houses and a very fine city. It is said that the locals have ’one foot on the land, and one in the sea’, and in Norfolk you are never far from water, whether it’s the beautiful Norfolk Broads or the wide, wildlife-rich shores of the Norfolk coast.
Norfolk has many traditional luxury hotels and a great number of fine boutique hotels where you will feel pampered and indulged from the moment you arrive. Dotted across this beautiful county, discover where some of the best hotels in Norfolk are located. Choose from coastal locations, market towns and villages and those that are conveniently situated in Norwich’s city centre, to countryside retreats and those that are nestled close to the Norfolk Broads.