With over 200 B&Bs listed, GlavenValley.co.uk is the best place to find a bed and breakfast in Norfolk. From small, family run accommodation in the East Anglian countryside to B&Bs in Cromer. We even have rooms available in Norwich, rest assured you’ll be able to find the perfect place to stay.
We now also list some large country houses offering luxury b&b accommodation on their large farms and estates. Taking a room in a listing building can be a great way to get a real taste of Norfolk’s farming heritage a great place for walkers and birdwatchers to base themselves for their time in Nelson’s county. There are even B&Bs in some of Norfolk’s historic buildings like Cley Windmill and bed and breakfasts on the Norfolk Broads in converted boat houses.
Finding a great bed and breakfast is more than about just finding somewhere to rest your head for the night. Perhaps you’re looking for a romantic break, think great views, a four poster bed, a mattress to die for and beautiful clean bed linen. Perhaps you’re taking the family away to a b&b in Hunstanton, finding a room with a cot and changing table can make it much easier spending time in Norfolk with a toddler or baby!
For those of you keen to trade your eggs and bacon for a pint of Norfolk Wherry please browse our excellent list of bed and breakfast pubs. For other people, a reliable internet connection is more important than a steady stream of local beer, to help those of you who need to stay connected with the outside world we’ve made a list of Norfolk B&Bs with wifi internet.
Many people choose to visit Norfolk for the school holidays, so browsing our b&bs with a family room is the first place to look. We’ve taken the time to create a list of bed and breakfasts in Norfolk that welcome children. Providing you can get your teenagers up in time for a full english breakfast our directory should make planning your holiday in East Anglia much easier!
Wednesday 3:55pm: Welcome to Chapel Piece - a lovely spacious B&B on the ground floor.
Monday 12:53pm: Please call us for Christmas Bookings.
Wednesday 4:40pm: Luxury Town House Bed and Breakfast close to coast and Norfolk Broads Online booking available visit our website (link below).
Monday 1:37pm: "Beautiful serene surroundings, and a lovely host.".
Monday 6:10pm: The dates marked in red are when both rooms are fully booked. Green could mean that one or both rooms are available.
Thursday 5:23pm: Heated swimming pool, rural views from all rooms, peace and quiet - all in all a great retreat.
Friday 5:25pm: Great accommodation close to the beach at Old Hunstanton.
Sunday 10:07pm: Perfect for families, we can accommodate two adults and two children. You can have use of a microwave and small fridge.
Friday 6:59pm: A perfect place to tap into Norfolk life - it's countryside, unspoilt beaches, grand houses and gardens - for a quieter pace of life.
Tuesday 8:00am: "For a brief stay we entered Samsara, what a wonderful, peaceful place.".
The local coastline is a great place to find a place to stay in Norfolk. Many of the guesthouses we list offer rooms with views out over the ocean, marshland and sandy beaches.
A classic choice for those looking for a room near the beach is to browse B&Bs in Wells-Next-The-Sea, where not only can you visit the town’s famous expanse of sand but also indulge in a cup of English breakfast tea or even a pancake aboard the well-known boat, The Albatross.
The town of Sheringham is known for being one of Norfolk’s few surf spots however the waves rarely get larger than waist height attracting more children than surfers in for a swim. As the quintessential seaside town in Norfolk finding a room can be hard, so we’ve created a list of bed and breakfasts in Sheringham to help you choose the right B&B for your visit.
Because our canine companions also love to play in the sand and sea we’ve created a list of dog friendly b&bs for holiday makers traveling with their pets. If the salty water of the North Sea is a little too chilly for you you could browse our Norfolk b&bs with swimming pools.
If you book a room through an agency, around 20% of the money you pay will go to the agency. We put you directly in contact with the b&b owner so they can give you a better price than agency websites.
With so many protected bird watching reserves and unique wetlands like the Norfolk Broads, it’s no wonder for many people choosing a B&B in Norfolk is all about location. Venturing inland and away from the typical family holiday spots on the coastline can be a really inventive and rewarding way to spend time in Norfolk. Remember you can always get a room in a B&B with a hot tub to make up for not being near the beach!
Finding a great b&B is more than a comfy pillow and a full English breakfast, it’s about getting to know the area you're visiting in a way that you couldn’t in a hotel or holiday cottage. With attractions like the stunning cathedral in Norwich and the Theatre Royal it really is worth thinking outside of the Alan Partridge guide book!