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Highlights in North Norfolk
- Beautiful countryside and coastal resorts
- Cliff tops of Cromer with Victorian Pier
- Pensthorpe Natural Park
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Holiday rentals and lettings in North Norfolk
North Norfolk has an abundance of properties spread across towns, villages, and resorts. There are houses in Cromer, Wells-next-the-Sea, Holt, and Sheringham, all of which have great attractions and a relaxed countryside atmosphere. Most holiday lettings are found in small towns such as Cromer or near popular destinations and on the outskirts of towns and villages. They are ideal for families going for a coastal holiday. Several of the holiday rentals provide discerning travellers with an escape from modern technologies and urban life. There are also holiday lettings on seaside resorts where tourists can book a room with a clear view of the sea.Book a seaside Victorian house
Dreaming of a holiday lettings in North Norfolk? Why not rent a building near important sites such as beaches, museums, shops, markets, and restaurants. What's more, you can bring your family to the spacious holiday house with a backyard garden. The holiday rentals are excellent works of art with the old ones made of bricks, while modern properties consist of intricately assembled sea stones. You can choose between the refurbished Victorian and Georgian buildings. Either way, you will get all the amenities you need to enjoy the stay. Wherever you decide to stay, you are sure to get all the modern comforts in an idyllic countryside setting.
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The area and getting around
North Norfolk is a bustling coastal district in the eastern part of England. This tourism hub boasts of pristine coastline, miles of spectacular beaches and large areas of scenic countryside waiting to be discovered. The coast runs from the Hunstanton resort to Sheringham town and is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The coastal attractions include creeks, golden beaches, and shingle spits. To the east of the district are the cliff tops of Cromer distinguished by the Victorian pier stretching out to the sea. Cromer is popular for its beaches, excellent food and refreshments, and railway heritage. The breathtaking coastline spreads south towards the shores of Happisburgh and Mundesley. The town also hosts St Paul's church with its graceful stained glass and the imposing 160 ft tower, which is also a landmark in Norfolk.What to do in North Norfolk
North Norfolk has earned the Blue Flag award for clean beaches and water. It is the perfect place to take your child or pet for a walk or swim while soaking up the sun. Whether you are in Sheringham or Cromer, you can always straddle the beaches looking out for the beautiful sunsets that embellish the sky with elegant displays before giving way to a starry night. A tour of North Norfolk is not complete without a visit to Pensthorpe Natural Park. The park has won several tourism awards for attracting several visitors and has a reputation of being a wildlife haven. It is the perfect family outing with opportunities to see wildlife, plant species, and beautiful birds. The extensive park has hundreds of acres of woodland, grasses, and shrubs. It is a huge attraction for hikers, bird spotters, and conservationists
Travellers and activities
The region has a rich biking culture that will sit well with adrenaline junkies and riding enthusiasts. The good thing about this district is that it has vast areas of flat terrain that are easy for amateurs to ride through. After spending hours on the bike, take your children for a wild ride at the WildRootz. Meanwhile, hiking enthusiasts can walk from Cromer to Sheringham by following the Norfolk Coast Path. Along the path are vast areas of enchanting beauty. It also hosts spectacular wildflower meadows managed by leading botanists.North Norfolk for family fun
Taking the whole family to North Norfolk will be the perfect holiday! Cromer Beach is great for watersports such as snorkelling or surfing. More laid back visitors can take boat trips and walks along the coast dipping their feet in the cool beach waters once in a while to cool down. Mundesley beach is suited for families due to its abundant amenities and watchful eyes of the lifeguards.
North Norfolk is famous for being home to over 150 bird species that attract bird spotters from all over the world!
Top 5 travel tips in North Norfolk
Board a train on the North Norfolk Railway at Sheringham. Take a window seat so that you can view the lush green grass interspersed with bunches of willow trees. Stop by the market town of Holt and shop for some essentials and artefacts.2. Try local delicacies
After enjoying the sprawling beaches in Cromer, stop by the local eateries. Sample the famous Cromer crab, which is a delicacy in the town. Enjoy it with salads and sandwiches to add flavour to its tender flesh.3. Climb a windmill
The Bircham windmill is located a few miles from Hunstanton and is among the few remaining windmills in Britain that are still functional. Seize the opportunity to experience antiquated technology in its natural settings.4. Visit the local market
Take a tour of the Dalegate market, which is the biggest market in the district boasting of several shops, boutiques, stores, and glass studios. The market also hosts several events all year round, so you should check if there is an upcoming festival and mark it in your diary.5. Tour the horse sanctuary
If you love horses, then you will do well to visit the Redwings Aylsham Visitor Centre located 12 miles from Norwich town. Take a guided tour of the facility and marvel at the barns and partitioned grazing areas. Before leaving, buy souvenirs at the gift shop to support the care of the adopted horses.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in North Norfolk
Based on its annual average price of £139.76, North Norfolk is not a destination that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in the United Kingdom.
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit North Norfolk are March (£121.65 per night for accommodation, on average), January (£122.35), and February (£127.68).
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in North Norfolk, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, December, September and October with average prices per night of £157.86, £157.34, and £150.38, respectively.
We recommend you to book in advance in North Norfolk as only 18% of the accommodations are available, according to our 2020 data.
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in North Norfolk are January (the average amount of properties that are available reached 48.5% of the total in 2020), March (33.75%), and December (31.5%).
Holiday lettings in North Norfolk reach their peak in demand in September, with an availability rate of 0.5%. The second most requested month is August, with 0.6%, and the third is July with 3.75%.
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