Large pet-friendly holiday property in Norfolk that accommodates up to 8 guests and provides access (shared) to a heated outdoor swimming pool.
Our highly-rated Norfolk holiday properties are situated in picturesque locations throughout this popular short-break region. They include historical holiday homes, character cottages, boat-houses and single-storey holiday apartments. See for yourself!
Lovely Norfolk holiday apartment in the village of Carbrooke that sleeps four and features a well-presented open-plan interior.
Stylish studio barn conversion for two guests near Dereham, Norfolk that’s well-equipped and renovated to an extremely high standard.
Set on the River Ant, this well-presented Norfolk holiday cottage accommodates four and provides shared access to a pool and sauna.
Set on a private leisure complex near the Norfolk Broads, the Cool Cat is a luxury holiday lodge for six people with hot tub and swimming pool.
Dog-friendly cottage with a charming interior comprising ceiling-beams and wooden flooring – outside is an enclosed garden with patio, furniture and kennel.
Single-storey cottage with one twin bedroom, a shower room, a galley-style kitchen, a living room with sofa bed and a dining area for up to four guests.
Cottage with two bedrooms and a spacious, well-furnished interior comprising bathroom with bath, ground-floor shower room and a modern kitchen.
Delightful 19th century cottage with a beamed interior comprising one super king-size bedroom, a well-equipped kitchen and a living room with dining area.
Detached cottage in Castle Acre comprising two bedrooms, a living room and large kitchen with conservatory that leads to a spacious garden area.
18th century cottage that’s been renovated to high standards and comprises two bedrooms, a bathroom with bath, a fitted kitchen and large living room.
Award-winning holiday cottage with four bedrooms, a bathroom with bath, a ground-floor shower room, kitchen and a living room with an inglenook fireplace.
Norfolk features over 200km of inland waterways and a coast made up of shingly, pebble beaches fringed by traditional seaside towns such as Great Yarmouth - much of this region is AONB-designated.
The countryside, which is said to be the windiest in England, consists of remote heath-lands, marshes and dunes. Although primarily known for water-based activities, Norfolk's bridleways and walkways prove popular with ramblers, horse-riding enthusiasts and short break holidaymakers. Waymarked trails such as The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path are among the most noteworthy.
The Broads are used extensively for boating holidays and are perhaps the county's most popular attraction. They were formed by Medieval peat diggings and are a large network of navigable waterways that link Broads villages such as Brancaster and Wroxham together. Along the banks lie a collection of nature reserves and bird sanctuaries, as well as a diverse collection of country pubs.
Notable villages include Horning, which is famed for its Venetian canals, and Rollesby with its Norman church. The county town, Norwich is also worth visiting and has an impressive castle, cathedral and a number of medieval churches - it is also known for its bustling nightlife.
Read our guide to Norfolk and some of its top visitor attractions and historical places of interest.