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Highlights in Brancaster
- Seaside holidays
- Delicious seafood
- Excellent outdoor activities
- Kite surfing
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Brancaster is the ideal destination for those holidaymakers who want a seaside holiday, good walks, plenty of wildlife, good food and incredible outdoors. Holidu has a wide array of holiday lettings for you to choose from. Scattered all around the village, you will find beautiful properties to accommodate you and your family, friends, and even your furry friend! Browse the list of holiday rentals at your disposal and start planning your next getaway in Brancaster.Brancaster, holidays in the eastern region of England
Stunning holiday rentals close to the sea and the coastal path with excellent views you can enjoy from your window every morning. Find a tranquil space to be on your own, enjoy a getaway with friends and take your family on holidays to this beautiful corner of England. Watch the first rays of light from your garden, your lounge or even your bed. Enjoy the spacious common areas, have breakfast on the terrace, relax in the lounge, take a dip in the pool and read a book on the patio. Enjoy your new home in Brancaster. It is just one click away!
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The area and getting around
Brancaster is nestled on the Norfolk Coast Path and it consists of the two villages of Brancaster Staithe and Brancaster. If you walk heading west it will take you to Burnham Overy Staithe. A couple of miles away, the nature reserve of RSPB Titchwell Marsh is a haven for birdwatching lovers who will see both native and migrant birds. Brancaster is a lively village all year round, with a fabulous Christmas market in December, the Dalegate Market, and the Outdoor and Wildlife festival during the summer.The great outdoors in Brancaster
There’s a variety of eateries and stalls to enjoy or buy the popular and delicious mussels as well as the excellent seafood including delicious oysters. It is also, one of the driest villages in the country so the outdoors will be your favourite playground to enjoy sailing, walking, cycling, the beach, and practise or learn kite surfing.
Travellers and activities
Brancaster beach is a wide expanse of fine, unspoilt golden sands where the little ones will enjoy making sandcastles in the summer and adults can stroll along in the winter or the autumn with your dog. There are the remains of an old shipwreck that you can see once the tide is out, but never try to approach it as the tides change rapidly, so make sure you always check it before you go to the beach. There are toilet facilities at the beach and a designated car park. In the summer, opposite the car park, you can taste a delicious ice cream, a cup of tea, some coffees, and get some buckets and spades in case you forgot them.Brancaster for kite surfing lovers
If you love kitesurfing, or you are simply curious about this popular pastime on a dedicated area of Brancaster Beach, come and have a look and see the riders flying out above the waves controlling their kites as they descend and jump up again. If you are a skilled kite surfer, make sure you use the indicated launching and landing areas to avoid any injuries to swimmers and water sports users. Kite buggies and land boards are permitted on Titchwell beach accessing it via Brancaster beach.
„Did you know besides Branodunum Fort, the Romans left 11 forts scattered along the southern and eastern coasts of England to protect it from invaders and treacherous peoples?“
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Not far from Brancaster, set in tranquil and beautiful gardens, Norfolk Lavender is home to rare and extensive breeds of goats, sheep and poultry as well as Wallabies, Alpacas, Miniature African Zebu, and the Hungarian Screw Horned Sheep. There is also a new incredible indoor soft play area for kids up to 12 years old to have fun going down the slides, following tunnels, using the rope swings, and crossing walkways and bridges! Visit the lavender farm with a guided tour and the distillery. Take home a memento of your visit and treat yourself with any of the goodies they have, or surprise your loved ones with some lavender oils. Rain or shine, Norfolk Lavender will welcome you anytime of the year.2. Lovely walks and trails
As we mentioned before, the great outdoors of Brancaster are ideal for outdoor activities. Use the cycling trails and walking paths to keep active during your stay. Explore the lovely countryside and follow the coastal path. Enjoy 4.5 and 5-mile routes, such as Brancaster Staithe Wildlife Walk and Brancaster Circular Walk. Take in the views of lovely marshes and raised banks and bring your camera to capture scenic landscapes during your activities. The northern region of Norfolk County will take your breath away.3. Browse the shops at Dalegate Market
Nestled in the outskirts of the Brancaster, Dalegate Market is a fabulous shopping centre worth going to. Enjoy some retail therapy and find exclusive gifts, lovely clothes, decorations, accessories and the most unique souvenirs. The outskirts of the village also has shops and interesting boutiques where to find exclusive items. Ready for shopping?4. Taste the flavours of Brancaster
Brancaster is popular for its delicious and fresh seafood. Enjoy the menu at The Crab Hut, The White Horse gastropub, The Jolly Sailors restaurant and Brancaster Beach Kiosk. Select dishes that will please your palate and your taste buds. Made with fresh and local produce, the chefs will turn them into delicious dishes for you to indulge in. Ready to order?5. Take a little trip to Branodunum Fort
In the 3rd century, the Roman army erected Branodunum Fort to control the port and keep enemies away from Roman lands. Now you can enjoy the access to the historic grounds of this wonderful area, and enjoy the incredible views of Brancaster.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Brancaster
On average, what was the cost of holiday rentals in Brancaster in 2020, the year hit by the coronavirus pandemic?
Brancaster is one of the most expensive cities in the United Kingdom! An overnight stay here costs on average £161.20 per night.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
Those who want to save as much as possible should travel to Brancaster in August, July, and June the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £122.58, £124.16, and £144.67 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When does the price of holiday rentals in Brancaster go up the most?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Brancaster, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, March, February and January with average prices per night of £194.97, £190.59, and £181.06, respectively.
Is Brancaster a good location for a last-minute getaway?
When going on holiday to Brancaster, it is necessary to be proactive, as 87% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Brancaster?
The months with the lowest properties available in Brancaster are, in order, August, September and July, with respective average availability figures of 1%, 1.25%, and 2.25%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many holiday lettings are there in Brancaster?
In Brancaster we have an extensive catalogue of around 120 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 9 local and international partners.