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Holiday Lets in Norfolk

Selection of country cottages and holiday barns in Norfolk

The best Norfolk holiday lettings

Compare thousands of holiday lets in Norfolk in preparation for your trip to East Anglia in just one click. Don’t worry about searching many sites separately, Hundredrooms gathers holiday lettings from over 100 different websites all at once. Find holiday accommodation that best suits you in one place, and you can find the cheapest options. Compare and find lodges in Norfolk in the East of England without paying more than necessary. This low-lying county is most famous for the rivers of the Norfolk Broads and the beautiful coastlines with a diverse wildlife offering. Some of the UK’s finest beaches are locate here; enjoy the beach at Holkham National Nature Reserve, near Great Yarmouth or Cromer. This county is a popular option for self-catering cottages, and many choose to rent in the likes of King’s Lynn and Norwich. You can find holiday rentals here, for the ultimate rural getaway. Norfolk comprises one of the oldest areas of the UK, with its Seahenge that dates back 2000 years. The coastline that borders the North Sea tells an interesting tale of its Anglo and Norse history, and you can discover it for yourself along the Norfolk Coast Path. Norfolk can be reached driving from the likes of London and Birmingham. Find your Norfolk accommodation here; whether you want something in one of the towns, or coastal cottages. It’s all here!

Places to stay in Norfolk

In preparation for your trip, Norfolk has a range of different cottages to rent to offer along the East Anglian coastline. The most popular are holiday cottages in North Norfolk which is where the coastline meets the North Sea.

  • Cromer: For the traditional seaside getaway, head to Cromer. It’s the perfect destination for all of the family, and is north of Norwich. For access to the Norfolk Coastal Path, Cromer is a great choice. A trendy town with some wonderful pubs and places to eat. Find holiday rentals in Cromer here.
  • Great Yarmouth: The archetypal British summer holiday destination, it has been a popular seaside resort since 1760. With two piers and a beach, there is plenty to explore. Find holiday lets in Great Yarmouth here.

Family cottages

Norfolk accommodation with dogs

Cottages for two people

Points of interest in Norfolk

  • Sandringham House: A country house which is also the private home of HRH Queen Elizabeth II. Both her father, George VI, and George V died there. It has been occupied since the Elizabethan era, and is now Elizabeth’s main spot during the winter.
  • Norwich Castle: Built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago, it is now home to many fine art collections. It was ordered to be built by William the Conqueror after he wanted to have a home in the city of Norwich.
  • Norwich Cathedral: An English cathedral for the Church of England Diocese of Norwich. It is one of Norfolk’s heritage sites, and has existed since 1096.
  • Bewilderwood: An adventure park that is great for families and kids. There are zip wires, mazes and storytelling in the middle of the woods. The story is based around the world of Boggles and Twiggles on a boat trip.
  • Norfolk Coast Path: Explore the history of mankind that dates back over 4000 year on Norfolk’s coastline. There are some of the most stunning sand dunes and salt marshes. Overall, it comprises 129 and a half miles.

The best Norfolk holiday lettings

  • Devon: Home to the Jurassic Coast and one of the most beautiful coastlines in the whole of the UK. Find cottages in Devon here.
  • Cornwall: Bordered by the Celtic Sea, in the southwest tip of Cornwall is this breathtaking county. You will find lots of surfing and many other watersports. Discover cottages in Cornwall here.