Holiday rentals in Norfolk

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Cabin in Marsham
Stiltz Hottub/Woodburner Rural Retreat in Norfolk
At the end of an unmade road, a peaceful haven, whether dining out, takeout, or cooking in the kitchen. Dedicated to romance, connecting with someone special, escaping the ordinary, and rejuvenating in the hot tub with unparalleled views of the surrounding valley. Stroll in 350 acres of woodlands and wildlife on your doorstep. A luxurious king-size four-poster bed and woodburner, perfect for those cooler evenings. Stiltz is also pet-friendly. Our outdoor BBQ area has a gas hotplate, woodburner.
11–18 DecIndividual Host,
£143 per night
4.9 out of 5 average rating, 505 reviews
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Cottage in Tilney All Saints - Norfolk
The Coach House at Old Hall Country Breaks
Old Hall guests experience all the comforts of home with the luxury of a hotel. Our guests praise the luxurious accommodation, the comfortable beds, the stylish but cosy decor and the thoughtful touches such as fresh flowers, a basket of local produce and the welcome drinks. The amenities, such as bicycles for guests use, home-made Thai food (if desired), the gym, picnic hampers and beach kit all ensure that guests' needs are very well met. The hosts are on site to provide support.
24–31 JanProfessional Host,
£190 per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 156 reviews
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Shepherd’s hut in Norfolk
Delightful Luxury Shepherds Hut.
A unique and comfortable place to stay in a pleasant setting within its own private spot away from the owners house overlooking open fields. Ideal for a weekend break or longer stay should you wish to explore the Norfolk Broads and several beaches which are only a short distance away. During the winter months why not visit the seals at Horsey. Shepherds Delight looks out on to a westerly direction where you can experience the Norfolk big skies and most beautiful sunsets. see video.
13–20 DecIndividual Host,
£110 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 236 reviews

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Other great holiday rentals in Norfolk

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Apartment in Norfolk
Blenheim Lodge Wells-Next-The-Sea
4–11 JanIndividual Host,
£142 per night
4.89 out of 5 average rating, 177 reviews
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Bungalow in Sea Palling
Cottage in the dunes. One minute from the sea
6–13 OctProfessional Host,
£136 per night
4.95 out of 5 average rating, 192 reviews
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Cottage in Norfolk
North Norfolk holiday cottage on the coast in Cley
31 May – 7 JunIndividual Host,
£128 per night
4.91 out of 5 average rating, 159 reviews
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Cottage in Norfolk
'Hushwing'-Perfect for 2. Idyllic rural retreat.
6–13 JanIndividual Host,
£129 per night
4.98 out of 5 average rating, 227 reviews
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Bungalow in Burnham Market
Saltwater and Beach Hut
13–20 FebIndividual Host,
£229 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 137 reviews
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Home in Wiggenhall St Germans
Converted Wesleyan Chapel.
14–21 FebIndividual Host,
£107 per night
4.92 out of 5 average rating, 295 reviews
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Cottage in Weybourne
Cosy coastal retreat, beach and pub 5 min walk!
22–29 JanIndividual Host,
£104 per night
4.92 out of 5 average rating, 219 reviews
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Home in Norfolk
Garden Cottage, cosy, clean, short drive to beach
15–22 FebIndividual Host,
£82 per night
4.98 out of 5 average rating, 265 reviews
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Guest suite in North Walsham
Relax in Style, Norfolk Countryside | Dog friendly
16–23 SeptIndividual Host,
£113 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 217 reviews
Guest favourite
Guest house in East Ruston
1 bedroom cottage - free parking and wifi
4–11 OctIndividual Host,
£97 per night
4.97 out of 5 average rating, 149 reviews
Tiny home in Gresham
Luxury Woodland Hideaway with view of stone circle
15–20 AprProfessional Host,
£162 per night
4.89 out of 5 average rating, 183 reviews
Guest favourite
Home in Topcroft
The Little Barn, Suffolk artist’s retreat
20–27 SeptIndividual Host,
£125 per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 100 reviews

Your guide to Norfolk

All About Norfolk

Renowned for its scenic Broads, Norfolk is a patchwork of traditional fishing villages, windswept beaches, grassy marshes, and winding waterways under big skies. The second wealthiest city in the country at the turn of the 18th century, Norwich is Norfolk’s only city and home to a striking Romanesque cathedral with over 900 years of history and a collection of around 30 medieval churches. King’s Lynn draws visitors to its open-air markets, while sweet Cromer crabs are famous throughout the United Kingdom and beyond.

Coastal ingredients loom large here, from salty samphire to indulgent Brancaster oysters. Spot traditional windmills along the tranquil riverbanks, hop on a boat for some excellent birdwatching, or take a leisurely stroll around the Georgian towns of Burnham Market and Holt. Norfolk is one of the least populated counties in England, with huge swathes of shoreline, tidal streams, and secluded coves ripe for exploring and some of the most important wetland areas in Europe.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Norfolk

The warmer summer months bring families to the county’s pretty seaside towns to enjoy picnics on the sand — look out for swathes of sea lavender on the salt marshes — while Norwich’s narrow streets fill up with students in late September as they return to their classes at the University of East Anglia. Popular coastal activities range from flying kites as the autumn winds blow in to traditional performances at the Pavilion Theatre at the end of Cromer Pier all year round. As temperatures dip, crisp winter days attract birdwatchers to Norfolk’s wildlife-rich waterways, walkers to the sweeping beaches, and foodies to the fireside at traditional pubs. The county’s famous crab is in season between March and October, so look out for fishermen’s stalls and huts on the shoreline.

Top things to do in Norfolk

Coastal Blakeney

Grab a fresh crab sandwich from a waterfront stall in Blakeney, less than 15 minutes from the Georgian market town of Holt. Historically a busy port, the village is now home to small independent shops run by generations of the same family and pretty stone cottages. Follow one of the footpaths along the sea wall for a commanding view of the sweeping salt marshes.

Thetford Forest

Around 45 minutes’ drive from the city of Norwich, Thetford Forest is a tangled mix of heath and pine on the border with north Suffolk. This peaceful pocket of towering trees is Britain’s largest lowland pine forest, spanning over 18,000 hectares and offering plenty of shaded walking routes, cycling trails, and horse-riding paths to explore.

Explore stately homes

Norfolk’s grand estates have been home to Tudor queens, world-famous scientists, and renowned sculptors. From the manicured topiary of Blickling Hall to the stained glass windows at Felbrigg Hall, there are centuries of history to soak up in ornate libraries, gilded portrait galleries, sun-dappled orangeries, and walled kitchen gardens.

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