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Read on to discover some of the attractions you can enjoy whilst staying at one of our Norfolk cottages. A visit to this county offers a refreshing escape from life's hustle and bustle, so where better to relax than in one of our Norfolk holiday cottages.
Around every corner you will find pretty villages of traditional Norfolk cottages, miles of unspoilt shoreline, countryside and rivers teeming with wildlife. Its towns have a timeless feel and the capital, Norwich, is one of the best preserved cities in England. As one of the top destinations for a short break in holiday cottages Norfolk ranks high.
Much of Norfolk's coastline is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Stretching a distance of more than 40 miles, it features long sandy beaches, crumbling cliffs, flint pebble banks and salt marshes. Former fishing ports such as Cromer and Sherringham are now bustling seaside resorts yet still retain character. Just inland is Kings Lynn, with its riverside warehouses and merchants' houses testifying to the fact that it was once one of England's most prosperous ports. Nearby Sandringham, the county retreat of the royal family, opens to the public during the summer months. The village of Walsingham remains a famous place of pilgrimage for people of many faiths; in the Middle Ages it was known as the Nazareth of England and ranked alongside Rome and Jerusalem in importance for pilgrims. A little further inland is Swatham, the best preserved Georgian town in East Anglia. ... Read More »
Thompson, nr. Watton. View on map>
Sculthorpe, nr. Burnham Market. View on map>
Stoke Ferry, nr. Kings Lynn. View on map>
Grimston, nr. Kings Lynn. View on map>
Nr. Burnham Market. View on map>