The Norfolk Coast
Explore the stunning North Norfolk Coast from your very own holiday cottage. With over 100 kilometres of coastline to explore, you could visit North Norfolk every year and find a new favourite spot. We have over 350 holiday cottages to choose from all over the gorgeous coastline. Whether you are looking for the seaside feel of Cromer or Hunstanton, or something more secluded and off-the-beaten track there is something for everyone.
Blakeney, Morston and the Glaven Ports of Wiveton and Cley
Blakeney Harbour is the focus in this part of the Norfolk Coast. From the simple pleasures of a boat trip to see the seals on Blakeney Point, to the challenges of sailing in one of the most beautiful natural harbours on the east coast. It is said that if you can tack out of Morston Creek in a brisk northerly breeze you will be able to sail in enclosed waters anywhere in the world!
Sheringham, East Runton, Cromer
There is so much to see and do along this stretch of the Norfolk coast. One of the best ways to explore this section of the coastline is to choose a town such as Cromer as your base. You can then spend your time exploring the nearby towns and villages, either by car or make use of the Coast Hopper Bus Service. Head inland and you can spend time at the beautiful Blickling Hall for a day or enjoy some bird watching at one of the local reserves.
Wherever you choose to explore in this area, it is no surprise that there are plenty of holiday lets and cottages available to rent in this part of the coast.
Walsingham, Wells, Holkham, Fakenham
This part of North Norfolk has always been popular with holidaymakers. Every year regular visitors come and take advantage of the great selection of holiday cottages to rent in the Wells and Walsingham area. Wherever you decide to create your base this area has no end of experiences to be had - whether you are exploring the beach, or taking in the fascinating history of Walsingham.
If you are looking for a touch of Hollywood glamour, you can always head to Holkham - one of the most impressive beaches in the country and shoot location for “Shakespeare in Love”, “Annihilation” and “All the Kings Men” among other TV shows and films. The nearby town of Fakenham is a good place to stock up on a few essentials, particularly on Thursdays which is market day.
Brancaster, Burnham Market, Burnham Overy Staithe
There are plenty of great options for holiday accommodation near Brancaster and Burnham Market. Villages like Syderstone and Titchwell are right in the heart of North Norfolk and have plenty of places to stay as you take in the beautiful countryside.
Some of the most spectacular coastline in Norfolk is found in the area around Burnham Overy Staithe and self-catered holiday cottages are easy to find here. Whether you're interested in visiting Scolt Head Island or visiting the birthplace of Lord Nelson at Burnham Thorpe, we have a great number of options available for places to stay.
Wherever you plan to explore for your North Norfolk Holiday this year we have a wide variety of cottages available to rent.
Regardless of which part of the Norfolk Coast you would like to explore, we have a cottage for you to explore from. Book your next getaway today.