Where to stay around South Norfolk District?

Our 2019 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 1,802 holiday lettings near South Norfolk District. From 1,071 Houses to 426 Bungalows, find the best place to stay with your family and friends to discover South Norfolk District area.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to South Norfolk District?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in South Norfolk District. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • Blickling Hall: 1,892 holiday lettings
  • Dragon Hall: 1,374 holiday lettings
  • Norwich Cathedral: 1,391 holiday lettings
  • Brundall Station: 1,320 holiday lettings
  • University of East Anglia: 1,248 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around South Norfolk District listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I rent Houses in South Norfolk District?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 1,071 Houses in South Norfolk District. Our other popular types of South Norfolk District holiday rentals include:

  • Bungalows: 426 self catering accommodations
  • Cabins: 426 self catering accommodations
  • Cottages: 426 self catering accommodations

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including Flats and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in South Norfolk District?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 113 holiday homes with pool available in South Norfolk District. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

    Self-catering holiday rentals in Norfolk for your home stay

    The county of Norfolk is one of England's great beauty secrets, as you'll find on your self-catering vacation lettings. It's tucked away in the east of England, and this means its beautiful countryside is largely untouched by large motorways. You will find, just a short drive from your holiday lettings in your short break in Norfolk, beautiful country lanes that are everybody's idea of what the countryside of England should look like. And what better day out during the summer holidays than a leisurely lunch at a typical pub, frequented by locals, and featuring the local ale. Just make sure you get someone else to do the driving on the way home to your holiday rentals. The north Norfolk coastline is particularly famous. The long beaches in the area around Holkham, for example, feature sand as far as you can see, completely unspoilt by any development and an easy and scenic drive from your holiday rentals on your short break in Norfolk. The small village of Wells-next-the-Sea for instance is an ancient fishing port, with fascinating walks along the sands. You will also find there fine dining in traditional public houses that use only the best of local produce worked into dishes produced by great chefs. Or perhaps just take a stroll through the village and buy some local fish or other produce to take back to your self-catering holiday lettings in Norfolk and enjoy the best this beautiful county has to offer. There is so much history to enjoy in this extraordinary place. The county town of Norwich was founded a thousand years ago. Its great cathedral was finished in 1145 and is famous throughout Britain. There is a museum in Norfolk castle which is the ideal family or group outing before returning to your holiday lettings. And of course Norwich has become well-known these days for its restaurants which offer the very finest in local cuisine, so you can enjoy a great meal here too. You might like to take a drive to the town of Great Yarmouth, which likes to boast that it is even older than Norwich. Take yourself there for the day and you will find its history around every corner. What could be better?

    Holiday lettings in Norfolk for your short break

    One great way to enjoy Norfolk is to live in the countryside. Norwich has every right to claim itself as a great English city. The predominant activity in Norfolk though remains agriculture, as it has since ancient times, and the local people are proud of their heritage. So why not join that by making your holidays homes for your short break in a beautiful barn conversion? This will provide you and your family with the very best of both worlds during the summer holidays in Norfolk. There’s the history of living on or near a farm with views to the peaceful countryside beyond, and all the modern facilities that you would expect of your holiday lettings in Norfolk. All a short drive from the glories of the North Norfolk coast and the seaside. You'll have a village nearby with a local pub and a shop or two for your provisions. In no time at all you'll feel like a local. For smaller groups or families, your choice might be stylish holiday cottages in Norfolk, again in the heart of the countryside. You'll feel immediately at home with all the modern conveniences, and out of your panoramic windows, the peace of a place that immediately makes you unwind. You may prefer a newly built holiday house, small enough to be a romantic getaway, and large enough if you have children or would like to invite others along to your short break in Norfolk. All ideal for the beaches, for bird watching or for being near the canals for which this county is justly so famous.

    The best time to enjoy Norfolk

    Many people travel to Norfolk for their summer holidays, to enjoy the many miles of beaches and to enjoy the sea at its best. You'll always find a part of the beach that's not filled with crowds. Of course, if you'd prefer a resort with a real history, you can take a short drive to Cromer with all its attractions that the children will enjoy in your family holidays to Norfolk. The summers here are mild and many come to escape busier resorts around England. Autumn and spring are ideal times to visit Norfolk for your holiday getaways too. If you are a keen bird-watcher, these are ideal times to visit. Take your bird books and binoculars along to watch the migration patterns in this most ideal of locations. And these are great seasons for long walks along those abandoned beaches. Both these seasons are ideal for visiting Sandringham, the country estate of the Queen. She and her family are traditionally in residence in the summer months and you can visit in spring and autumn. It's all a short journey from your holiday lettings in Norfolk. Spring in Norfolk in your self-catering holiday lettings brings one of England's biggest art festivals to the county. The Norwich and Norfolk Festival has grown over the years into one of the finest of its kind in the country and anyone interested in culture should consider this as the best time to visit. There's always a great selection of fine theatre, as well as outdoor events for the children. Norfolk has always been famous for its artists and during the festival there are open studios so that you can see them at work. Winter brings the cosiness of the holiday cottages in Norfolk into their own. What could be more romantic than your own warm holiday lettings for Christmas? Take a stroll into your local village on Christmas Eve and enjoy a drink with the locals. In no time you will discover why Norfolk truly is England's best-kept secret at this time of the year. There's few other tourists around and so that makes this the best time to see some of its finest attractions, take a drive and visit an ancient church, or just stop off at one of the villages along the coastline and make it your own for the day.

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