Sun reflecting on river through Norfolk broads

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Norfolk is a great destination to visit all year round thanks to its fantastic beaches, picturesque villages, historic market towns and idyllic countryside.

Why go?

With so many things to see and do, Norfolk is a popular tourist destination. It's wise to secure hotels in Norfolk as early as you can...

When you think of Norfolk, Great Yarmouth or Norwich are two destinations that tend to come to mind. Both are easy to get to, easy to get around, packed full of hotels and have a huge amount to do and see, both inside the towns and the outlying areas.

Great Yarmouth is home to a beautiful beach and has everything you could want from a UK seaside resort. Pack your bucket and spade and head down to the beach for donkey rides and stripy deckchairs and then walk along the pier with fish and chips in hand. Great Yarmouth pier has a small fair and there is also a larger one further along the seafront, both of which provide amusement for young and old.

Another great beach can be found in Lowestoft in Suffolk, which is a half an hour drive south down the coast.

Norwich is perhaps the most complete medieval city in England and it is dominated by its magnificent Norman cathedral. The 12th-century building is considered amongst the finest Norman secular castles in Europe. Now considered as the county's principal museum, The Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery is packed with treasures. It has resident collections that are of national importance and hosts visiting exhibitions that include works from the Tate.

Good places to visit in Norfolk include Pleasurewood Hills theme park, Extreeme Adventure and the very lovely Pettits Animal Adventure Park. This deceptively large park has a small animal section, with some delightful spider monkeys.

It would be impossible to talk about Norfolk and not mention the beautiful Broads. There are lots of things to discover in the Broads with quaint country pubs, Wroxham barns and plenty of idyllic countryside to enjoy.

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Where to stay?

There are Norfolk hotels located across the county to suit all tastes and requirements...

Wherever you choose to visit in Norfolk, from a stay in one of the traditional seaside hotels in Great Yarmouth, to a holiday in the historic town of Norwich, the hotels in Norfolk on offer will ensure you have a great stay.

If you are longing to be beside the seaside with your beach-loving family, consider looking for hotels in Great Yarmouth, Cromer, or Hunstanton. Here you'll find grand Victorian seafront hotels as well as family-run B&Bs and modern boutique hotels.

Wildlife lovers are also spoiled for choice along the glorious coastline of Norfolk. Bird watchers will be in twitching heaven almost anywhere, while seals can be spotted via short boat trips from the shore at places such as Blakeney. All along the coast visitors can choose from a range of accommodation, from cheap independently run hotels to large luxury hotels and resorts.

For history and culture, make a beeline for destinations such as Norfolk and King's Lynn.

Budget hotels can be found in most places. Those from good-value chain brands, such as Premier Inn and Travelodge, are mostly found around Norwich.

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What to see?

As you'd expect with one of England's largest counties, there's plenty to see and do...

Top five attractions

Norfolk Broads
This huge network of navigable rivers and lakes forms one of England's most picturesque waterways and is home to many memorable holidays.

You'll find some of Britain's finest sands among the vast array of beaches that punctuate the low-lying coastline.

Norwich Cathedral
This awe-inspiring building has dominated the skyline over Norwich for more than 900 years.

Blakeney Point
A stunning area of wetland designated as a bird sanctuary near to the beautiful village of Blakeney. Visitors are often rewarded with views of the seals that inhabit the area.

Houghton Hall
In north Norfolk you'll find the former home of Sir Robert Walpole, the first prime minister of Britain. Now a fine visitor attraction, 18th-century Houghton Hall makes for a pleasant day out.

What's on?

Norfolk enjoys a busy calendar of annual events. You'll be warmly welcomed at any of the following...


The Royal Norfolk Show; June:
One of the county's showcase events, the worlds of agriculture, food and entertainment combine gloriously for Norfolk's big annual day out.event.

King's Lynn Festival; July: The height of summer sees west Norfolk enjoy its moment in the sun with a diverse programme music and entertainment across two weeks.

Norfolk Food & Drink Festival; August-October: For 10 years food lovers have been toasting the success of local produce across the county. A huge list of events takes place over six weeks, spanning all corners of Norfolk. Check locally what's on when during your stay in Norfolk.