The Glaven Valley website offers a wide range of Norfolk Hotels, located in all of the most sought after locations in the county. Often home to great restaurants, swimming pools and other facilities, we make it easy to explore the huge variety of accommodation options available to you. From tradtional seaside hotels to secluded guesthouses and small boutique hotels, browse our different lists and find the perfect hotel for your holiday in Norfolk. There is a huge amount to discover in the Glaven Valley area, from the famous North Norfolk coastline to the sprawling countryside, the Norfolk Broads, lush woodlands and grand stately homes.
Holiday accommodation in converted 17th-century manor barns in the picturesque village of Blakeney provides an ideal base from which...
Grade II* listed hotel recently renovated with 6 simply styled bedrooms, 3 eclectically decorated bar/dining rooms.
A warm and relaxed 4* Inn. Friendly service, 7 lovely bedrooms, beautiful al fresco dining, private courtyard.
The Lawns Hotel and Wine Bar in Holt. Ten comfortable ensuite bedrooms with a wine bar and a large garden in the centre of Holt
Whether you come to us overnight on business, or for a relaxing holiday you'll find the essentials so generously taken care of at this...
Grade II Georgian Country house with pool and two-rosette restaurant set in four acres of gardens with walks to the beach.
On the North West Norfolk Coast, Briarfields is a 3 star GOLD hotel offering a relaxing getaway with sea views.
Overlooking the Harbour, the hotel has 60 bedrooms including family
The Lodge is a 4 star GOLD Inn, fully refurbished bedrooms with the bar offering real ales, good wine and delicious food.
If you are looking for the perfect beach holiday, there are a number of large, luxurious hotels in the busy coastal towns. Cromer has long been a popular tourist destination, with its famous pier and seafront the centre of the action. An array of traditional souvenir shops line the seafront, selling everything from novelty items to sticks of rock candy. No visit to Cromer would be complete without sampling a Cromer crab, delicious and fresh, they are available dressed and ready to eat from a number of vendors in the town. If you would like to be near the sea, but away from the bustling towns, there are some unique and idyllic hotels available in some of the smaller coastal villages. Burnham Market has a reputation for style and sophistication, with some inspired accommodation options and brilliant restaurants. A short distance from a gorgeous and quiet stretch of shore, it is a truly peaceful and a relaxing holiday destination.
With so much to explore in Norfolk you don’t have to limit yourself to the coastal region. Inland are the Norfolk Broads, a beautiful network of rivers, home to some incredible wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. The town of Wroxham and the villages of Stalham and Coltishall are home to some charming hotels, giving you a great base from which to explore the broads. Hire a boat and enjoy a day out on the water, stopping off at one of the scenic riverside pubs for lunch.
The Norfolk countryside is also home to several lovely National Trust properties. Blickling Hall, near Aylsham, is perhaps the most famous. The current building dates back to 1616, though it was built on the ruins of the original hall, which belonged to the Boleyn family. Sherringham Park is another delightful National Trust property. A large, mature woodland with various walking trails running through and some interesting species of flora and fauna. With many hotels dotted around the countryside, you will be spoilt for choice when choosing your holiday accommodation.