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Norfolk Self Catering

Self catering in Norfolk is one of the most popular types of holiday available. There are apartments and caravan/holiday parks to suit all tastes or you might prefer one of the many cottages available to rent. These are often found in lovely historic villages which have their own native styles. Or how about something more unique in the form of a converted dairy at Walnut Tree Barn, in Swanton Abbott or a bungalow or log cabin with their own private beach? Whatever accommodation you choose you will have the complete freedom to plan your days as you wish.

Self catering in Norfolk means you can eat at a time to suit you, either in residence or in one of the many excellent cafés and restaurants. Most pubs, many of which are full of character, also serve meals as well as a good selection of beers including local brews. If you have had a late night you can have a leisurely lie-in in the morning with no pressure to vacate the accommodation to allow the cleaners to do their work. Once you have surfaced the day is entirely yours to spend as you wish.

Norfolk is packed with things to do and places to visit. There are many unspoilt beaches around the coast to take the family to or you could visit one of the country houses with exotic gardens to view. There are steam railways to ride on and zoos to visit not to mention the Queen’s Sandringham Home. Alternatively you could take a leisurely boat tour on the famous Norfolk Broads or visit one of the many windmills that can be seen on the horizons which are used to pump water from low-lying fields.

For the more energetic there are many scenic walks as well as bicycles for hire – Norfolk has a reputation for being generally flat, and it is the only county with no motorways. At the end of the day you can turn your attention to the evening ahead. Some caravan/holiday parks have their own social clubs providing entertainment for all the family. Alternatively you might prefer to visit one of the nightclubs or spend an evening at a theatre or in one of the local pubs.

All this is makes self catering in Norfolk an increasingly popular holiday choice. Norfolk is there for your enjoyment.

Pictures courtesy of and Simon Howden

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