With a variety of beautiful destinations and holiday accommodation in Norfolk, explore the best places to stay in Norfolk here.
Norfolk cottages vary in styles and tastes, offering everything from pet-friendly cottages in Great Yarmouth, to exciting retreats in Cromer. Are you looking for a Victorian seaside retreat? Visit the charming town of Hunstanton with an imposing lighthouse. The medieval market town of King’s Lynn boasts one of the most important pots in England and Maritime History.
Alternatively, escape to the English countryside as you enjoy a breakaway to the Norfolk Broads. Other incredible places to stay in Norfolk include Sheringham, Wells-next-the-Sea, Wroxham and Norwich city centre.
Discover the best places to stay in Norfolk with our featured destinations…
Home to ‘Britain’s Great Barrier Reef’ and referred to as the ‘Gem of the Norfolk Coast’, Cromer is a characterful coastal town to be enjoyed all-year-round.
With the fun-packed Golden Mile, award-winning museums and the astounding Norfolk Broads within easy reach, Great Yarmouth is the ultimate English family holiday destination.
Known for enjoying some of the very best sunsets the East coast has to offer, the traditional seaside town of Hustanton offers many family-friendly activities to suit all tastes and ages.
Visit the traditional seaport of King’s Lynn to discover its stunning architecture and captivating maritime heritage.
Come and stay in the Norfolk Broads and be surrounded by spectacular countryside, picture-postcard scenery and a wealth of unique towns and villages to admire.
The only English city to reside within a National Park, and the country’s first UNESCO City of Literature, Norwich is a paradise for culture, architecture and shopping.
Sheringham is a seaside town brimming with tradition and charm, offering everything from an award-winning beach to the National Trust-owned Sheringham Park.
Set on the stunning North Norfolk coast, Wells-next-the-Sea is an attractive port ideal for a holiday of exploring the great outdoors.
The capital of the Norfolk Broads, Wroxham is bordered by the picturesque River Bure and is a remarkably peaceful spot for a secluded rural getaway.