Best Deals for Bed and Breakfast or Hotel Rooms
NR30 2DH, Great Yarmouth, 77 Marine Parade
The Prom Hotel is just a two-minute walk from the beach in Great Yarmouth. The bedrooms have been decorated a high standard and many of them have views of the seafront and famous Golden Mile.... read more
£ 78.00View Rates
PE37 7QS, Swaffham, Norwich Road
This Georgian house from the mid 1700s has bedrooms with refitted bathrooms, and is a short walk from Swaffham and a choice of restaurants. Lydney House has well-equipped en suite bedrooms with free mineral water... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
IP21 4DR, Scole, Ipswich Road
This 17th century coaching inn has retained many of its original features, including a hand carved staircase and hand painted sundial. The bar boasts 2 magnificent fireplaces which are reputedly the largest in East Anglia.... read more
£ 55.25View Rates
PE36 6HH, Hunstanton, Old Hunstanton Road
Set around a manor house dating back to 1648, these old farm outbuildings have free parking and free WiFi in all areas. Caley Hall Hotel is situated in the village of Old Hunstanton on the... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
NR11 8RA, Aylmerton, Aylmerton
In a beautiful woodland location, the recently refurbished Felbrigg Lodge hotel is situated in an idyllic romantic setting on the north Norfolk coast. It features an intimate restaurant, a conservatory, a heated indoor pool and... read more
£ 115.00View Rates
NR12 9LL, Stalham, Wayford Bridge
Amid acres of attractive landscaped gardens, this 3-star riverside hotel in the Norfolk Broads is within reach of Norwich, Great Yarmouth and the delightful Norfolk Coast. Dating in parts from the 17th century, the hotel... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
NR1 1HU, Norwich, Carrow Road
Adjacent to Norwich City Football Club, this comfortable, modern hotel is just a 10 minute drive from the city centre and train station, and 5 miles from Norwich International Airport. Spacious, air-conditioned rooms have an... read more
£ 66.95View Rates
NR30 3JB, Great Yarmouth, 28-30 Camperdown
Andover House Hotel & Restaurant is exclusively for those over 13 years old. It stands on a beautiful tree-lined avenue, 2 minutes' walk from the beach and 6 minutes' walk to the tourist centre of... read more
£ 71.76View Rates
NR1 1EZ, Norwich, 16 Stracey Road
Located in the heart of Norwich, Abbey Guest House is just a 5-minute walk from Norwich Railway Station. There is free WiFi in all areas and free parking is possible in the local area. Each... read more
£ 38.00View Rates
NR10 5PS, Marsham, Old Norwich Road, Marsham
Set in the beautiful Norfolk countryside, this attractive inn offers a warm welcome, freshly cooked food, free Wi-Fi access and spacious en suite rooms with stylish, modern bathrooms. The Plough Inn is ideally situated for... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
NR30 4EW, Great Yarmouth, North Drive
The Gable End is situated in a quiet area of Great Yarmouth, on the seafront, a short walk to all amenities. It boasts good food, free parking and free Wi-Fi. Great Yarmouth Town Centre, Great... read more
£ 30.00View Rates
NR6 5DU, Norwich, Norwich Sports Village, Drayton High Road
With a bar and lounge serving food and drink, the Holiday Inn Express Norwich is just less than 2 miles from Norwich International Airport. The hotel is ideal for exploring the Norfolk Broads, the coastline,... read more
£ 52.95View Rates
NR2 1JR, Norwich, 41-45 St Giles Street
This luxurious 4-star boutique hotel offers charming, individually designed rooms in a fabulously restored Baroque building, in the heart of Norwich. The hotel’s attractive original sandstone façade conceals renovated interiors and 23 luxurious en suite... read more
£ 125.00View Rates
NR30 1EX, Great Yarmouth, 52 Wellesley Road
Just a 5-minute walk from Great Yarmouth’s seafront and town centre, this fine Victorian guest house is exclusively for adults, and offers free Wi-Fi, award winning breakfasts, free parking and elegant rooms. Each room at... read more
£ 44.10View Rates
NR27 0AN, Cromer, Cliff Avenue
In a quiet tree-lined avenue just 3 minutes’ walk from Cromer Seafront and Pier, the stylish Virginia Court Hotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and award-winning Norfolk breakfasts. Virginia Court was built at the end... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
NR8 6HP, Taverham, Beech Avenue
In 350 acres of the Wensum Valley, the Wensum Valley Hotel features 2 golf courses, a leisure centre and beauty salon. Just 15 minutes from Norwich, the hotel has free parking and free Wi-Fi. The... read more
£ 54.00View Rates
NR30 2AT, Great Yarmouth, 57 Nelson Road North
Perfect as a seaside a base for exploring Great Yarmouth and the Norfolk broads, Seashells is just minutes away from the seafront, shops, restaurants and pubs. This small guest house features themed en-suite double rooms... read more
£ 15.30View Rates
NR30 2HG, Great Yarmouth, 63 Apsley Road
The Bromley is a smaller, individually styled Victorian town house, centrally situated and close to the seafront and all the amenities of Great Yarmouth. All self-catering apartments have open plan living room and kitchen which... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
NR30 2LD, Great Yarmouth, 9 Trafalgar Road
The Shrewsbury offers award-winning, 4-star guest house accommodation near Great Yarmouth’s sandy beach. The town centre is a 4-minute walk away. Room features include free Wi-Fi and Freeview TV. Some rooms feature a four-poster bed.... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
NR4 6EP, Norwich, Ipswich Road
Holiday Inn Norwich, Ipswich Road is located in Norwich and offers rooms with public parking free of charge. It boasts an indoor swimming pool, a wellness and fitness centre, a garden with a terrace, and... read more
£ 53.00View Rates
A County in East Anglia England
Norfolk, a county found in East Anglia, England. Norfolk borders Lincolnshire, Suffolk and Cambridge. The county’s town is Norwich and it is largely rural. In the North east of the county, we have the Wash which is a network of lakes and rivers that extend into Suffolk. Some of Norfolk’s districts are Norwich, Great Yarmouth, North and South Norfolk, Breckland, Broadland and King’s Lynn and West Norfolk.
Where To Stay in Norfolk ?
Going for a holiday in Norfolk is not such a glamorous stay since it represents more of a rural getaway. The Norfolk Broads of East Anglia is one of the most popular places to visit.
Although the county is mostly viewed as rural, there are some towns that offer a pinch of city life such as Norwich and King’s Lynn. They offer areas to go shopping, entertainment and nightlife. This county also has a large coastline, beaches and seaside life in Great Yarmouth and Cromer. Most of the areas of Norfolk and its coastal region are just natural and beautiful. There are some of the best wildlife sites with the big cats, a sea life centre at the Great Yarmouth sea life centre.
These are some of the top best towns and villages that you should consider to stay or visit. Horning is a village on River Bure with a green life, wonderful pubs, restaurants, shops and tea rooms. It also has a leisure centre, a children’s playing field equipped with playing stuff, the famous Church of St. Benedicts. Outside the village there is a tree-house named BeWILDerwood which is a nice place for family adventure.
Ludham, is another village in Norfolk that is located on the Womack Water. It has a pub, shop and a number of cheap and fancy tea rooms. There are also some beautiful marsh walks from where you can have a great view of the river.
Wroxham is also found on River Bure. Together with Hoveton which is a neighbouring village, they are referred to as Wroxham. There is a department store named Roys of Wroxham selling a variety of goods. It also has several pubs, restaurants and other attractions such as Hoveton Hall and Wroxham Barns.
Ranworth is a village that is off River Bure and it is popular for its nature reserve and a visitor’s centre. For those who love wildlife, there are many walks in Ranworth to be enjoyed. It has a 16th century church, a village shop and a pub.
Coltishall, at times referred to as ‘gateway to the broads’ is on River Bure. It is home to several riverside pubs, shops and restaurants.
Beccles is one of the market towns in the county and it is located on River Waveney. Some of the exciting things that can be found here are shops, restaurants, pubs, the Beccles Marsh Trail for walks and an outdoor swimming pool. It also has several play areas and a skateboard park.
Some of the hotels in Norfolk have amazing restaurants, a spa or even a golf course. There are also cheap hotels in Norfolk that are quite simple but elegant. The rooms are comfortable and clean. For example this might be applicable for people who are just sightseeing not for a long stay.
After a long day of exploring, you can get transportation to your hotel or bed and breakfast (b&b) for a beautiful rest. For a home to home comfort, the best choice has to be a Guest house or bed and breakfast. There are several establishments that have service of high standards. You can choose a cosy bed and breakfast(b&b) accommodation by the coast. You can also choose a b&b by the sea side and wake up by the sea.
Why Stay or Visit Norfolk?
Norfolk is a very diverse county with a wonderful coast and many landscapes. Some of the reasons why you should visit this county are that it has brilliant visitor attractions, seaside resorts for fun, beaches, Britain’s magical Waterland the Broads and the famous birdwatching.
It is also a fine place for shopping, some culture and heritage. As for the accommodation, you will get to pick from boutique hotels, cheap hotels to a bed and breakfast.