Norfolk is extremely pretty with small market towns and chocolate box villages. It is a wonderful place for a family holiday, a romantic getaway, a weekend away or a mini break with friends. There are plenty of attractive reasons to visit this wonderful county and there are hotels in Norfolk to suit every taste and pocket.
The Norfolk Broads is the county’s handsome national park and is Britain’s largest protected wetland with 120 miles of waterways winding their way through grazing marshes, fens and woodland. The Broads are a popular destination for boating holidays, water based activities and bird watching.
The Norfolk coastline is dotted with beautiful beaches ranging from salt marshland to long white sandy beaches.The wide expanse of Holkham Beach, the theatrical appeal of Cromer, the sand dunes of Brancaster, the old fashioned charm of Mundesley and the bright lights of Great Yarmouth all offer a great base for a seaside Norfolk holiday.
Great Yarmouth is a popular attraction for Norfolk visitors. It is a traditional and lively British seaside town. The biggest town in the county after Norwich. For a fun packed holiday in Norfolk, Great Yarmouth is the ticket. Further north up the coast the scenery, the wildlife and the unspoilt beaches create a tranquility that attracts a different type of holiday maker to the county. This area of british coastline is diverse and has attractions along the way for everyone.
But it isn’t just broads and beaches. Norfolk is a historic county and is still largely agricultural. Foodies will find their fill of artisanal produce and no visitor should leave without having eaten Cromer crab. There are country houses, popular and traditional english pubs, Georgian market towns and many other reasons to visit this fabulous area of east anglia.
For those interested in paying a visit, there are plenty of hotels in Norfolk that offer a warm welcome. Norfolk hotels can be found in the seaside towns or in converted townhouses overlooking market squares. They range from corporate city hotels to country inns and country houses. When it comes to hotels Norfolk has places to stay that will suit everyone.
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