Norfolk holiday cottages


Located just north of Suffolk, this county derives its name from "North folk" - with Suffolk coming from "South folk". Interesting fact, eh? Well, maybe not that interesting. I guess what you really want to know is a little about Norfolk, and the holiday cottages we have.

Blakeney in Norfolk Blakeney in Norfolk
Cromer Beach The beach at Cromer

Places to visit

Norfolk offers a variety of holidays - depending on what you're looking for. There's the North Norfolk coast, with towns like Blakeney (good for seal watching), Sheringham (which has its own steam railway), and Cromer (famous for its pier and crabs).

Or explore the Norfolk Broads - there are plenty of small towns dotted around to visit, and you can hire a motor cruiser for a couple of hours.

And let's not forget the east coast - with quiet seaside towns like Happisburgh; and the not so quiet town of Great Yarmouth.

Cottages in Norfolk

We have a few cottages near the Norfolk border. (Although, technically, these cottages are actually in Suffolk). There's The Old Post Office in Geldeston - sleeping 6 people, and only a couple of miles outside beccles. If you'd prefer to holiday near the coast, have a look at cottages in Pakefield and Lowestof.