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    A delightful, one-bedroom, ground floor cottage in the village of Briston. Ideally located for exploring the Norfolk coast. Off road parking. Holt 4 miles. (Ref. 943711)

    7 nights from £256

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    A comfortable detached cottage set within 12 acres of grounds, near Aylsham. Light and airy accommodation. Two bedrooms with en-suites. Enclosed lawned garden. Shared use of indoor heated swimming pool and games room. Aylsham 4.5 miles. (Ref. 913791)

    7 nights from £296

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    Beautifully-presented cottage located in a rural, quiet location. Close to a number of excellent attractions. WiFi. Private patio. Elmstead Market 2.5 miles. (Ref. 920049)

    7 nights from £333

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    Comfortable well-equipped barn conversion, ideal for families. Excellent access to the Norfolk coastline and the Broads. Pet-friendly. Cromer 11 miles. (Ref. 940678)

    7 nights from £324

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    Superb, detached family cottage within walking distance of Cromer's town centre and beach, and near Royal Cromer Golf Club. WiFi. Enclosed lawned garden. Sheringham 5 miles. (Ref. 920545)

    7 nights from £458

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    Cosy Pentney Lakes cottage, a log cabin near to the Norfolk village of Pentney. Fully enclosed garden. Pets welcome. Ideal for walking, cycling, fishing, watersports and wildlife lovers. Pentney 2 miles. (Ref. 916390)

    7 nights from £390

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    A delightful mid-terrace cottage in Norfolk with oak beams, wooden flooring and open fire. Enclosed garden with furniture and dog run/kennel. Beach 10 mins walk. Hunstanton 3 miles. (Ref. 912405)

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    7 nights from £391

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    Lovely detached cottage on non-working farm. Wheelchair access and en-suite wet room on ground floor. Family-friendly and good touring area. Dereham 6 miles. (Ref. 25789)

    7 nights from £406

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    Large, mid-terrace Victorian townhouse in Norfolk seaside town of Cromer. En-suite facilities, courtyard garden. Beach 2 mins walk. Sheringham 4 miles. (Ref. 18650)

    7 nights from £885

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    All ground floor detached cottage with wheelchair access. Three bedrooms, two with en-suites. Private enclosed garden with hot tub. Dereham 6 miles. (Ref. 25325)

    7 nights from £400

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An ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom, today's East Anglia is an enchanting mix of rolling countryside, unspoilt coastline, celebrated cities and timber-framed villages. Our East Anglia cottages are perfect for romantic short breaks or fun-filled family stays.

We Have Cottages In Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk & Suffolk ...

Cambridgeshire boasts a plethora of attractions. Go punting on the Cam in Cambridge, marvelling at splendid university buildings like King's College Chapel along the way. Visit the country's best aviation museum. Sample the delights of local vineyards and traditional breweries. Discover imposing stately homes. Or watch dramatic sunsets drift across sweeping skies high above The Fens.

In Essex, have fun at the coast in seaside resorts like Southend-on-Sea, home to the world's longest pleasure pier. Rub shoulders with the yachting fraternity in Burnham-on-Crouch. Or sample exquisite Colchester oysters at Mersea Island. Head inland and unearth historic gems like Audley End House. Or climb Layer Marney Tower, a Tudor gatehouse offering fantastic views. Norfolk Visitor Guide

Norfolk is a beach lover's paradise - from miles of dunes and windswept sands at Holkham, to sprawling beaches at Great Yarmouth. Chug along the Norfolk Broads, spotting wildlife in this vast protected wetland. Or peddle along woodland trails and coastal paths. Don't miss the medieval city of Norwich, the attractive coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea, Royal Sandringham and, if the season's right, the lavender farms.

Browse a variety of interesting places in Suffolk. Highlights include the exquisite medieval village of Lavenham, not to mention pretty resorts along the Heritage Coast like Southwold and Dunwich. Have a flutter at Newmarket Races. Visit an African animal adventure park. Build sandcastles down on the beach. Or trace the footsteps of great artist, Constable, with a tour of the glorious Stour Valley.

And wherever you stay, be sure to savour culinary treats such as delicious hams and homemade jams during your East Anglia cottage holiday.

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Find perfect holiday accommodation in East Anglia

Our select portfolio of East Anglia accommodation encompasses the four counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex. We have the biggest choice of East Anglia holiday rentals in Norfolk, with traditional flint coastal cottages, family-sized homes and lots more besides. Next up, our holiday lets in East Anglia's beautiful county of Suffolk - and again, we have a variety of styles for all tastes and pockets. For a mix of delightful country retreats that make perfect bases for touring, try our holiday rentals in East Anglia's Cambridgeshire. Or browse our small yet charming collection of East Anglia holiday lets in Essex. Whichever area you choose, expect a very warm welcome and utterly relaxing ambience. Or why not combine two counties and sample a two-centre holiday - a week in one followed by a week in another; or a couple of short breaks joined together in the quieter, off-season months?