Norfolk Cottages are part of what Norfolk is justly famous for. There are cottages with swimming pools, some with games rooms and others with outside play areas and much more. If you are planning a family get together or a fun weekend with a group of friends you can find larger cottages to suit the occasion. If you wish, you can break with the norm and find an Oast house to stay in, or perhaps a converted watermill or even a lighthouse. Whatever you choose, it will make a perfect base from which to explore everything that Norfolk has to offer.
There is a wealth of hidden treasures to be discovered along Norfolk’s coastline and you will find a range of interesting places to visit, from The Shrines of Our Lady at Walsingham to the small Shell Museum at Glandford. Norfolk offers an enchanting variety including charming small villages amongst the lakes, rivers and marshes and bewitching seaside towns all along the coast.
Norfolk is extensively rural and generally uncrowded but it’s most famous feature is the Norfolk Broads, a network of inland waterways and waterside walks to tempt both boaters and hikers. For birdwatching enthusiasts there are several wildlife reserves. For the beach lovers, Great Yarmouth is one of the more popular resorts and is a gateway from the Broads to the sea. Wherever you want to be you will find delightful Norfolk Cottages nearby.
Norfolk Cottages offer you the opportunity to enjoy a peaceful break away from your normal routine and more than adequately fulfill their role in making your holiday pleasant and enjoyable. They are an affordable alternative to the more expensive hotels and lodges and create the feeling of being in your own home, with all the conveniences that self catering has to offer. Whether you choose a thatched cottage, a farmhouse, a riverside dwelling or a conventional cottage you can be sure of having a most pleasant and relaxing holiday.
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