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Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

Holiday cottages for short breaks or holidays in NorfolkBook a holiday cottage in Norfolk for a perfect short break or holiday >> See all the cottages

Award winning Norfolk Hideaways is North Norfolk's largest boutique Holiday Cottage Agency. They offer over 300 properties from small and cosy cottages packed full of Norfolk charm to smart luxury retreats oozing with coastal chic. Over half the cottages that they offer are dog friendly, so the whole family including the dog can come and enjoy the expansive skys and sandy beaches.

The aim of this web page is to make it easy for everyone to find their perfect hideaway in Norfolk. A romantic cosy cottage for two, a dog friendly house, luxury barefoot retreats or a delightful family friendly property close to the beach. >> See all the holiday cottages in Norfolk

Holiday Cottages for Families in Norfolk

Family holiday cottages in NorfolkFamily Cottage Holidays in Norfolk

If you're looking for a great place to take your family on holiday, then North Norfolk is simply a brilliant choice. As well as being one of the UK's most beautiful counties, Norfolk contains a whole host of activities that you and your kids can enjoy together. See family holiday cottages

Dinosaur Adventure It's hard not to recommend Dinosaur Adventure for families. If your little ones are full of beans, there's no better place to take them. From long walks and the secret animal garden to the Dinosaur Trail itself, Dinosaur Adventure is definitely a must for those that love the great outdoors.

Hilltop Outdoor Centre If your kids are a bit older and braver, then the Hilltop Outdoor Centre is a great place to visit. They offer a number of family adventure days through the year, including activities such as the high ropes, the vertical challenge, the 3D sky maze and a full-on assault course. If you love to stay active, then the Hilltop Outdoor Centre should definitely be on your to-do list.

Holt Country Park Another site that's ideal for families that love to spend time exploring, Holt Country Park is a stunning location perfect for long walks. The Park regularly welcomes families as well as schools, and hosts a number of environmental and arts events throughout the year. There's also the orienteering club, which is perfect for those who really want to explore.

North Norfolk isn't limited to just these activities, of course. A number of other favourites include BeWILDerwood (a brilliant outdoor adventure park), Snettisham Farm Zoo (a must for families who love animals), Hunstanton (can't beat a bit of sunny Hunny for a family day out!), the North Norfolk Railway, Wroxham Barns (a great combination of food, shopping and the outdoors) as well as the Cromer Amazonia Zoo. See family holiday cottages in Norfolk

Luxury Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

Luxury Holiday Cottages in NorfolkBook a luxury holiday cottage in Norfolk

There's nothing like a luxury cottage holiday. If you've been working hard all week in, week out for a ages, then you definitely deserve comfort and some 'me time'.

North Norfolk is the perfect destination in which to push the boat out and really treat yourselves.

Of course, a luxury holiday means different things to different people, but they've got everything you might need to enjoy something very much out of the ordinary:

Beach Holidays Is your idea of luxury seven days by the sea? North Norfolk has some of the finest beaches in the UK, including the very best: Holkham. Other notable beaches include Sheringham, Wells-Next-the-Sea, Overstrand and a number of others.

Swimming Pools A good swimming pool is essential for anyone looking to live the good life on holiday. You'll be pleased to know that a number of the properties have their own private pools ready and waiting to be lounged by! Book in advance, though: they're often the most popular properties.

Food and Drink When we think of luxury food, we think of Michelin stars. Both Morston Hall and the Neptune Inn Restaurant have the coveted star, so you can be sure of sampling food as good as any you'll find in the UK. Of course, there are a number of other restaurants in the area that still offer brilliant home-cooked food and drink, using fresh, local produce. To book your luxury cottage, view the range here.

Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages in NorfolkDogs are welcome at these holiday cottages in Norfolk

There are few better holiday areas for dogs than Norfolk. The county is full to bursting with dog-friendly beaches, short or long walks as well as plenty of woodland - ideal for letting your four-legged friends off the lead.

Of course, it's important to find the right accommodation: you don't want to be travelling an hour just to get to the beach! Fortunately, you've come to the right place to find suitable dog friendly cottages.

The holiday cottage owners know that your dog is part of the family, and the last thing you want to do is leave them at home (especially if it means facing those sad eyes!). That's why all of these holiday cottage properties are completely dog friendly.

Most of the cottages have fully enclosed gardens, so you will be safe to let your dog wander around without them running off. What's more, you're always close by to at least one (but usually several) of North Norfolk's most dog friendly locations.

You'll also find that many of the cottages are located within easy reach of dog-friendly beaches, walks and pubs, so you'll be able to do all the things you were planning to do anyway and your dog will be able to come along for the ride! See all the dog friendly cottages in Norfolk

Bird Watching Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

Bird Watching Holiday Cottages in NorfolkHoliday cottages for bird watchers in Norfolk

If you're a bird watcher or bird photographer then Norfolk is definitely the place to visit. There are a quite number of birdwatching sites spread around the county, ranging from full RSPB & Norfolk Wildlife Trust reserves all the way through to low-key sites that other bird-watchers have simply stumbled across! See the cottages for bird watchers

Titchwell Marsh is one of the most popular bird watching reserves in the region; the shallow lagoons and reed beds are ideal for spotting birds of all varieties. There are a number of different benches and hides in the reserve too, so it's easy to settle down for a few hours at a time.

The Holme Bird Observatory is one of the most amazing bird watching locations in the UK. Since being established in 1962, over 50,000 birds have been ringed and more than 300 different bird species recorded. With over 13 acres of pine and scrub-covered dunes, it's an absolute must-visit for any bird-watcher or bird photographer.

Cley Marshes is the Norfolk Wildlife Trust's oldest wild bird reserve and home to their stunning visitor centre. The shingle beach and salt water lagoons, along with the grazing marsh and reedbed support large numbers of wintering and migrating wildfowl and waders, as well as bittern, marsh harrier and bearded tit.

Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve is another extremely popular bird watching location. A rich variety of wildlife can be found in the woodland, fens and reed beds, with 45 acres available to explore. Bird feeders and nest boxes are set along the way, and there are a number of viewing platforms scattered around the sites, ideal for sitting and waiting. Bird photographers also love this location die to the wide variety of wild life.

These aren't the only sites in North Norfolk, of course: we'd also recommend looking at RSPC Snettisham and the Blakeney National Nature Reserve as well as the number of smaller sites dotted across the coast. Don't forget your binoculars, spotting scopes and cameras. See suitable holiday cottages for birdwatchers

Holiday Cottages for Walkers in Norfolk

NHolidays cottages for walkers in Norfolkorth Norfolk is a wonderful location for both walkers and ramblers, offering some of the most picturesque walking and cycling trails in the UK, well-suited for both long and short distance walks. These are three of the favourite areas to explore:

The Norfolk Coast Path The Coast Path has enough to keep even the most enthusiastic walkers busy. There are a number of brilliant circular routes along the way, varying in length from as low as three miles right the way up to ten miles or more. >> Read more about the Norfolk Coast Path

Peddars Way A former ancient Roman Road that follows an even older historic track, Peddars Way takes its name from the Latin 'pedester' - meaning 'on foot'. Very appropriate, we're sure you'll agree. Peddars Way is pretty flexible, offering suitable walking routes of between five and eight miles: more than enough for most walkers. >> Read more about Peddars Way

The Wensum Way At just over 12 miles, the Wensum Way is a wonderful choice for walkers and ramblers who fancy more of a challenge. It's a stunning walking trail, passing through some beautiful landscapes and some wonderful Norfolk villages. There are a number of different options for walks in the region, ranging in length from as low as three miles, all the way up to the full 12 mile route. >> Read more about Wensum Way | See all Norfolk holiday cottages for walkers


Holiday Cottages for Cyclists in Norfolk

Holiday cottages for cyclists in NorfolkBook a wonderful cycling holiday cottage in Norfolk

The variety of cycling routes throughout North Norfolk makes it absolutely ideal for enthusiastic cyclists, with rides varying in length from as short as a couple of miles all the way up to 15 miles and more. See cottages for cyclists in Norfolk. If you prefer exploring Norfolk's beautiful scenery on two wheels, then you really must check out any of the following areas:

The Coastal Path Just as popular with walkers as it is with cyclists, The Coastal Path is home to some of the most attractive locations in the UK. There are many potential cycle trail options along the North Norfolk coast, so whether you fancy a quick three mile ride or a 20-mile adventure, there will be a route to suit you. Remember to pack some food and a drink to make a day of it.  >> Read more about the Norfolk Coastal Path

Peddars Way Peddars Way takes its name from the Latin for 'on foot' - 'Pedestar', but don't let that fool you: it's still a brilliant route for cyclists as well as walkers. Trails reach as far as eight miles, and the old trackway is as beautiful as any other route in the region. >> Read more about Peddars Way

Weaver's Way If nothing less than a real cycling journey will do, Weaver's Way is the route for you. 61 miles of some of the UK's most mixed landscape featuring glorious woodlands, diverse farmland and iconic country estates, as well as disused railway lines, lovely riverside walks and - of course - the amazing Norfolk Broads. An absolute must for any cycle lovers in the UK >> Read more about Weavers Way | See suitable holiday cottages for cyclists in Norfolk

Romantic Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

Romantic Holiday Cottages in NorfolkBook a romantic holiday or short break in Norfolk

As one of the most attractive counties in the UK, Norfolk is a wonderful choice for anyone looking to enjoy a romantic break or weekend away. There are a lot of things to do elsewhere in the county, of course, but these are some of the favourites in North Norfolk:

Best beach in the UK Without doubt one of the most unspoilt, stunning stretches of sand in the UK, Holkham is simply jaw-dropping. It was used in Shakespeare in Love, UK travel writers recently voted Holkham the best beach in the UK:

Walsingham Abbey The beautiful gardens and grounds surrounding the Abbey are wonderfully tranquil, playing host to some stunning horticulture as well as the ruins of the old priory. Such is its stature that Walsingham was, for many years, a place of pilgrimage. Featuring 18 miles of stunning woodland, the grounds are incredibly romantic, a must for those that love to stroll hand in hand in the woods and spend time together outdoors.

Blickling Park Blickling is a breath-taking mansion sitting at the heart of a georgeous garden and stunning historic park. The garden has changed very little over the past century and with good reason: it's one of the finest gardens in the UK! There are a lot of options for walking and cycling and, of course, there's the chance to see inside the mansion itself. In terms of romance, few things beat the chance to sit holding hands by the Blickling Lake, in the summer sunshine.

Of course, these are by no means the only romantic things to do in the North Norfolk area. The Queen's royal estate at Sandringham is – like Blickling – a wonderful location for a romantic afternoon walk. Sheringham Park also offers stunning coastal views across acres of beautiful countryside.

The Norfolk coast is well-served with cosy restaurants and gastropubs, all of which are ideal for a romantic meal and a perhaps, a few drinks. Some of the favourites include the Orange Tree at Thornham, The Hoste at Burnham Market and the Wiveton Bell at Wiveton. See all holiday cottages suitable for a romantic break in Norfolk

Sailing Holiday Cottages in Norfolk

Sailing holiday cottages in NorfolkBook a sailing holiday cottage in Norfolk See the cottages

North Norfolk is the perfect destination for anyone looking to pursue or start an interest in sailing. The amazing scenery off the North Norfolk coast is one of the most inspiring places to learn how to sail and to navigate the water. There are a number of sailing clubs and classes available around the North Norfolk coast:

Set right on the coast itself, the Brancaster Staithe Club is full of friendly helpful people ready and waiting to greet new members. They frequently welcome beginners as well as younger first-timers: their sailing area is stunning and they put on races throughout the summer months. They also have an annual Junior Sail Training Week that might interest your little children.

Norfolk Etc A family-run watersports centre operating right out of Blakeney Harbour, Norfolk Etc offer a host of different courses on sailing, ranging from beginner lessons right the way through to expert levels. Courses are available for both adults and children, so if you're thinking of taking the whole family away they'll all be able to get involved. If you're around for a few days, Norfolk Etc also offer unforgettable seal trips. >> Read more about Norfolk Etc

Snettisham Sailing Club Snettisham Sailing Club is another Norfolk holiday favourite, popular with families in particular. During the summer months, they offer a really good learning sailing course for children (as well as courses for adults) that offers the ideal environment for the children to learn in. If you're planning to bring the family along for some sailing, we'd definitely recommend Snettisham. >> Read more about Snettisham Sailing Club

Sailcraft Sailcraft is another Sea School that offers a range of courses to suit all ages; providing fun for all the family. They have a range of equipment available for rental and the coast itself offers ample opportunities to explore.

See holiday cottages in Norfolk suitable for sailing holidays



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