Nestled on the eastern coast Norfolk awaits with its idyllic landscapes and coastal splendour, making it an irresistible destination for nature lovers and seekers of serenity. The unspoiled beauty of Norfolk's countryside captivates visitors with its rolling hills, picturesque villages, and peaceful waterways. Explore the enchanting Norfolk Broads, a vast network of rivers and lakes, by boat or canoe, immersing yourself in the tranquillity of this unique wetland paradise. Breathe in the fresh sea air as you stroll along the golden sandy beaches, taking in the dramatic coastal vistas and charming seaside towns. Our Norfolk lodges and holiday parks offer something for everyone, whatever your tastes or budget. From luxury lodges with hot tubs to dog-friendly parks in Norfolk. From coastal to country we've got you covered!
In the village of Blickling, and at the centre of a breathtaking estate, sits one of the finest attractions in Norfolk – Blickling Hall. The birthplace of Anne Boleyn, Blickling Hall is a Jacobean home built in the 1600s that is naturally steeped in history. One look at the fantastic ornaments, artefacts, and decorations on offer will take you back to Jacobean and Georgian times.
Thetford Forest is a pristine woodland area filled with beautiful pine trees. A popular destination for mountain bikers, take to one of the many trails that weave through the greenery and provide spectacular views. There are trails available for both beginners and experienced bikers, but if you fancy staying firmly on solid ground, you can roam the forest by foot, searching for statues of everything from the animals of the forest to Thetford’s most famous son, Thomas Paine. Thetford Forest is also a place for adventure, with Go Ape letting you swing from the tree tops, and the pines providing great cover while you hunt out your friends in a round of paintball.
Grab your bike and saddle up for some fantastic views as you take in the sights of Norfolk, thanks to its wealth of cycle trails and routes. Whether you’re touring King’s Lynn in the west or Waveney Valley in the south, Norfolk is full of beaches, wetlands, and forests for you to explore. Travel from town to town, seeking out the remote houses and churches across the area, or tackle the Norfolk Coast Cycleway, a 92-mile route running along the coastline. You can even see where the wind takes you, as free cycle maps with tips and advice are available all across the county. Norfolk is a premier destination for bird-watching fans, with nature reserves in Titchwell Marsh, Blakeney, Snettisham, and Holkham to name just a few. There’s always something spectacular to look out for as the Norfolk Broads provide the perfect setting to experience the beauty of nature.