Norfolk Holidays 2021/2022
Norfolk Holidays Guide
Holidays in Norfolk can vary hugely from family holidays by the sea in Great Yarmouth to short adult friendly breaks in a country manor. Whatever sort of getaway you choose, there will be something for you in Norfolk, like a beach holiday in Cromer or a cheap weekend break in the Norfolk countryside.
Getting to, from and around Norfolk
The biggest train station in Norfolk is Norwich which connects directly to London Liverpool Street via places like Colchester and Chelmsford. From Norwich, you can connect onto other destinations in Norfolk like Cromer, Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn. If you're looking to get out to lesser connected areas, driving is probably a better option. If you do need to rely on public transport, plan in advance as, especially on a Sunday, as buses and trains may not run as frequently.
Things to do in Norfolk
There is so much to do in Norfolk and one thing you have in abundance is the countryside and there are plenty of walks throughout the county. Many come to Norfolk for fresh air and enjoying the scenery, while others come to simply escape at a spa hotel or at the beach.
Where to stay in Norfolk
The sort of holiday you're after and your budget will direct where you stay in Norfolk, both in terms of the location but also the type of accommodation. If you prefer to be by the coast, busier towns like Great Yarmouth and Cromer can be a good choice, but also take a look a quieter towns like Heacham, Mundesley and Caister-on-Sea.