My home county, Norfolk is one of my favourite places in the world. Blessed with breathtaking landscapes and packed with lots of interesting things to do and see. Let me persuade you to visit Norfolk by sharing the highlights and what I think makes this wonderful county so special.
From its iconic coastal path and the pretty Broads, Nofolk is the perfect place for those seeking a little serenity. In a county that is known to provide idyllic spaces to explore, what better way to enjoy the incredible landscapes than in a relaxing Norfolk spa hotel? I’ll take you through the top restful retreats in Norfolk to help you relax and get pampered in style.
Norfolk is one of the most beautiful counties in the UK. With miles of unspoiled beaches, cute villages, and the Norfolk Broads, Norfolk is a sanctuary to shake off the tedium of everyday life, where you can relax and recharge. Whether you want incredible food, a pampering session in the spa, or just to laze around in a really comfortable bed, then look no further. Our luxury hotel picks are located all over Norfolk, are completely unique and get fabulous reviews. We know there will be something here to inspire your next Norfolk break.
Norfolk is a wonderful place to retreat, recharge the batteries and explore the gorgeous beaches, unique Broads and pretty villages of Nelson’s county. And what better way to explore than by staying in a gorgeous Norfolk boutique hotel? Our hotel guide has a wonderful collection of boutique hotels in Norfolk.
With some of the best landscapes in the UK along its glorious coastline and in the Broads, Norfolk boasts a wealth of nature reserves, known for migrating birds, seal colonies and unqiue species that can’t be found anywhere else in the country. If spending a day in peace bird watching, nature spotting, or just rambling through beautiful countryside is your idea of heaven, you’ll find a full list of 66 of the best nature reserves in Norfolk here.
In an area of outstanding natural beauty on Norfolk’s east coast, Horsey beach is a wild and unspoiled stretch of sand. Known for the large dune system backing the beach and the thousands of seals who give birth here every winter, Horsey beach is a wonderful place to visit year round. My local’s guide to Horsey beach has all the information you need to make the most of your Horsey holidays, and enjoy this special place in Norfolk.
The beautiful landscape of Norfolk is perfect for walking. Richly agricultural and low lying, with huge skies and dramatic moments, Norfolk is ideal for walkers who enjoy exploring and easy walking in natural surroundings. I’ve put together a guide of my favourite walks in Norfolk, to help you decide where to go.
The Norfolk Broads are a huge network of navigable rivers and lakes which together create a diverse landscape of unique wildlife and plant life, and Britain’s largest protected wetland. This round-up of all the best Broads boat trips covers hiring, chartering, guided trips and day hire of all different types of craft, and will help you have the best boat trip on the Norfolk Broads.
Flat, tranquil and bursting with nature and wildlife, where better to walk than the Norfolk Broads? If you enjoy a long-distance hike, a circular walk or a quick leg stretch, then the Broads is a wonderful place to find a route and get some miles on the legs. I’ve put together a guide of my favourite walks in the Norfolk Broads, with links to downloadable walking maps and specific directions. All you need to do is pack a picnic, get your boots on and get walking!
Wroxham is a small village on the River Bure in the Norfolk Broads. Known as the capital of the Norfolk Broads, Wroxham comes alive in the summer, when locals and visitors flock to the village. This round-up of all the must-do things in Wroxham and the surrounding area will help you plan your Norfolk holiday, so here are my top Wroxham highlights…