A great all-year-round holiday destination, Norfolk offers beautiful beaches, charming countryside and historical market towns to explore. With over 90 miles of coastline and several National Parks, lodge holidays here have something for every age, budget and taste.
Whether your dream holiday is packed with activities or you prefer a more laid back staycation, you’ll find it here. Plus, there’s plenty of lodges to choose from including those with private hot tubs and swimming pools, those ideal for romantic getaways, and those log cabins that are pet-friendly too.
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Best for: Its variety of activities on land and water
Whether you want to take to the water on a private boat, adventure along the many nature trails with your four-legged friends leading the way or simply set up camp and enjoy a picnic, Norfolk Broads has something for everyone. Don’t forget your camera though as there really are picture opportunities around every corner.
Best for: A lively atmosphere, day and night
If you’re looking for something a little more vibrant, Great Yarmouth won’t disappoint. Known for its long sandy beach, the promenade is packed with shops, bars, restaurants and cafes as well as plenty to do. SEA LIFE Aquarium, the Pleasure Beach amusement park and Merrivale Model Village are just a few of the most popular attractions.
Best for: A luxury staycation with views to match
Boasting inspiring sunsets and incredible cliffs, Hunstanton is the only resort on the East Coast that faces West. With a traditional seaside feel and charm, here you’ll find cute cafes, independent restaurants and lots of family-friendly activities like crazy golf. There’s also plenty of dog-friendly walking trails that mean you can explore the local area in full.
Best for: Its beachside activities the whole family can enjoy
From surfing and swimming to crabbing and fishing, Cromer is a beachside playground for adults and children alike. Its pier even hosts the only end of pier variety show in the UK. When you’re not at the beach, Cromer has plenty of other things to see and do including museums, theatres and lots of fine eateries.
Best for: Its charming city feel
The medieval Norfolk city of Norwich combines the area’s characteristic and quaint charm with a thriving city feel. Expect streets lined with shops, bars and cafes as well as the traditional hustle and bustle you get from other UK cities. This, however, is one of the prettiest cities around with gorgeous waterways and architecture to marvel at.
Walk length: Two miles
How Hill to Ludham Bridge walk begins at How Hill, and will see you head south along the river and pass Buttle Marsh - following the river bank through the marshes while taking in fantastic views. Dogs are also welcome making it a great fun and easy day out for all ages and walking abilities.
Location: Great Yarmouth
Walk length: 1.9 miles
Great Yarmouth Historic Town walk is a circular trail that takes you down to the seafront, past the area’s local attractions and back to the jetty. Ideal for all, there’s also plenty of cafes along the way for you to stop off at and refuel. Plus, why not treat yourself at the Quayside Plaza once you’ve finished?
Walk length: Five or seven miles
With a choice of either a five-mile walk or a seven-mile adventure, the Hunstanton Circular Walk is great for the whole family to enjoy. Expect to see beautiful coastal views, rich nature reserves, quaint country paths and rural landscapes as you walk along the River Hun and pass Hunstanton Golf Course.
Walk length: 4.7 miles
Marvel at the incredible cliff top views, get that perfect shot of the beach down below and don’t forget to look out for the local wildlife on the Cromer Lighthouse Norfolk Circular Walk. Simply follow the signs for the Norfolk Coast Path and enjoy the loop which takes you to the Norfolk/ Suffolk border. While it is an easy trail, there’s a few steps at the end.
Walk length: 4.5 miles
The circular Norwich Bridges and Churches Trail begins at the River Wensum and continues across a number of historical bridges in the city. On the way back, you walk through Norwich itself where you can enjoy some shopping, refreshments or simply take in the views. As the walk follows paths and pavements, it’s ideal for all ages and walking abilities.