Popular Lettings on the Norfolk Coast
Highlights on the Norfolk Coast
- Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- Arts and culture
- Fascinating museums
Most popular on the Norfolk Coast
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings on the Norfolk Coast
If your perfect holiday rental would be set in beautiful natural surroundings, near to blue flag beaches and the soothing sounds of wildlife, then the Norfolk Coast is just the place for you. Stay further inland for market towns, filled with delightful, independent artisan shops, farmers markets and superb restaurants or choose a holiday letting right on the beach front for fine views of the sea and surrounding areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Wherever you stay on the Norfolk Coast, you’re in for a lovely holiday!Pretty painted houses and beautiful holiday rentals
Norfolk Coast’s holiday lettings include houses with the quaint, brightly coloured frontages traditional of the coast. You can also find delightful local red brick lettings, and some spectacular converted mansions! Luxuriate in a coastal retreat with a hot tub for an evening soak under the stars, or relax in a quiet barn conversion or peaceful, romantic holiday flat overlooking the water. The sounds of the city are far away, and your serene holiday letting is waiting to welcome you to the Norfolk Coast.
Holidays on the Norfolk Coast
The area and getting around
The city of Norwich is easily reached from London by the A11, and from there take the Broadland Northway to the coast. Regular trains also lead to the Norfolk Coast, or from mainland Europe why not take a ferry across from Holland?! Once there, the diversity of the coastline will amaze you. Did you know that you'll have a mix of sandy beaches, forest, marshland, cliffs, fens and woodlands all along the coastline? Norfolk offers a truly extraordinary natural panorama just waiting to be discovered.Norfolk Coast’s cultural heritage
Vast numbers of artists live and work on the Norfolk Coast, and you’ll find evidence of their endeavours at myriad galleries and exhibitions, large and small. One of the most popular art centres is the Alby Crafts and Gardens, which offers visitors the opportunity to purchase artisan products offered in the centre, as well as classes for those wishing to learn a new craft. Browse the galleries, enjoy a coffee in the café and then spend some peaceful time in their lovely gardens.
Travellers and activities
The coast of Norfolk boasts a number of museums which exhibit military items from the largest to the smallest! Starting with the largest, take a trip to the Muckleburgh Military Collection in Weybourne where you’ll find a superb collection of military vehicles including tanks, based in a camp which dates to 1588. On the other end of the scale, the model soldier museum at Houghton Hall and Gardens displays a collection by a 6th Marquess, who began collection as a child. The museums now display hundreds of these delightful modals!Norfolk Coast for hikers
No matter how many times you visit the Norfolk Coast, you’ll find a new and memorable walking route. Trek over the coastal sand dunes or its natural marshlands (on designated paths for safety), or head into the woodlands for a more shaded day of walking. There’s simply no better way to experience the exceptional, outstanding beauty of the Norfolk Coast than on foot, and there’s a route to suit everyone’s fitness level, ability and experience. Why wait? Book now!
Norfolk has 659 medieval churches, the highest concentration in the world!
Top 5 travel tips on the Norfolk Coast
The Glandford Shell Museum is home to the finest seashell collection in the UK. is an incredible purpose built museum that houses exquisite shells from around the world as well as fossils, eggs and local archaeological finds.2. Discover the Thursford Collection of antique mechanical organs
This magical museum showcases old fashioned carousels with musical organs, Wurlitzers, steam organs and steam engines. A truly different day out to remember for all the family.3. Gawp at the glassmakers at Langham Glass
Experience live glassmaking sessions using time-honoured techniques, and even have a go at making a piece yourself to take with you! Don’t miss their shop of sparkling glassware. As the company website says: ‘Our unique glassmaking experiences are perfect for kids making presents for grandparents!’4. Walk to Norfolk’s secret beach
It is only possible to walk to Scolt Head Island at low tide, or you can take the ferry in the summer. This ‘secret’ beach is firmly off the beaten path, and is a stunningly peaceful, untamed part of the county. If you’re a nature lover, bird watcher, or simply a beach bum, you’ll love this place!5. Go seal spotting!
North Norfolk is home to more seals than anywhere else in the UK, so take a specialist boat trip (numerous companies in the area offer trips) and enjoy watching them basking and swimming around the North Norfolk Coast.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in the Norfolk Coast
Our data shows that the Norfolk Coast has an average price of £154.86 per night, which is a relatively high one under the destinations in the United Kingdom.Is the Norfolk Coast a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It is better to plan ahead in the Norfolk Coast as only 22% of the accommodations are available, according to our 2019 data.Are there many holiday rentals in the Norfolk Coast?
Holidu has around 1900 properties in the Norfolk Coast, offered by 16 different partners.