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Price and Availability Index in Norfolk
Holiday Letting Price Information in Norfolk
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Norfolk. The most expensive dates to travel to Norfolk are in August (03/08 - 10/08). Opt for a getaway in January (05/01 - 12/01) for optimal savings when heading to Norfolk.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Norfolk
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in Norfolk. The week with the least available rentals is in December (22/12 - 29/12), with only 35% of the rentals available. Conversely, it is in December (01/12 - 08/12) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Norfolk
Check out the climate diagram for Norfolk. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Explore history and scenery with Norfolk holiday lettings
Norfolk, the fifth largest county in England, is a quintessentially English destination. Home to rural villages, 144 kilometers of coastline, and the ‘Norfolk Broads’, a network of rivers that run through the county, Norfolk is a place that delights at every turn. From the cultural gems of Norwich city to other natural wonders, those with a Norfolk holiday letting will find there’s much to keep them busy during their stay.
Getting to Norfolk
There is an airport in Norfolk - Norwich International Airport - but it’s small and, in all likelihood, there won’t be a flight there from your starting destination unless you’re coming from one of the few international cities with links to the airport. However, London’s airports aren’t too far away (around two hours) and are straightforward to reach Norfolk from. If going with this option, there are a number of ways to reach your Norfolk holiday home, including coach and train. It may be wise to book a letting car, as having a vehicle will be useful during your stay in the county.
Norfolk weather: What to expect
Make sure you have plenty of waterproof clothing stashed away in your Norfolk holiday letting . This part of the country gets quite a lot of the rain, and there’s always a chance of a shower. But that doesn’t mean it’s always rainy in Norfolk. Spring and early summer normally bring dry, sun-filled days. In general, though, it’s best to just ignore the weather - it will likely rain during your stay at your Norwich holiday home, so just embrace it and enjoy the area regardless.
Norfolk’s great attractions
Norfolk is a lovely place to explore, and just being here is enjoyable. Take a drive in any direction from one of the many Norfolk holiday homes on offer and it won’t be long until you come across something of interest, even if it’s just a pleasant view.
Norfolk has long been associated with the riches of London, and nowhere is that seen in more spectacular a fashion than at Sandringham Estate, which is owned by the Queen of England. Visitors are able to explore the grounds of the estate, which includes beautifully manicured gardens, woodland, and a lake, as well as the museum and part of the interior. For anyone with a soft spot for the Royal family, it’s an essential visit.
Norwich, the largest city in Norfolk, has plenty to offer those with a Norfolk holiday letting . The highlight is the breathtaking Norwich Cathedral, which was built between 1096 and 1145. It’s a huge site, and also features the second tallest spire in England. Even if you’re not religious, you’ll want to dedicate at least half a day to rambling around this delightful, sublime building.
In the centre of the city you’ll find Norwich Castle, which was built from 1067 onwards. The castle is open to visitors and also features a museum and art gallery. Take a tour of the dungeon if you have children with you - they’ll love it.
Finally, make sure you take a trip along the Norfolk Broads, a network of rivers that runs through the heart of Norfolk. You can take an organised tour - or by yourself if you have the means - and hop off at various locations along the way, including many small villages such as Hoveton, Wroxham and the ancient parish of Horning.
Norfolk for children
Norfolk offers many holiday lettings and is one of the best places in the UK for children, with many natural and organised ways for them - and you, of course - to have fun.
One of the best places for the whole family is BeWILDerwood, which combines the outdoors and physical fun to create one of the best days out to be had in Norfolk. You’ll go climbing through the woodland, high amongst the trees, whizzing around on ziplines, and zooming down slides. This is a great way to give your children an afternoon they’ll always remember, and to get them enjoying the great outdoors.
Norfolk also has many excellent beaches, which provide a great day out. Let them play in the sand or paddle in the water as you unwind. Some beaches, such as Sheringham Beach, also have arcades and other sources of entertainment on the shore. Mundesley beach is also popular with families, due to the shallow water which little ones can swim in.
Norfolk: A beautiful English County with stunning coastline and historic attractions
One of the largest and most magnificent cathedrals in the UK, Norwich Cathedral was built as far back as the Norman times. You'll find regular exhibitions and a delightful café here, whilst the Herb and Japanese Gardens are ideal for a rejuvenating stroll.
This attraction is exactly what you'd expect - learn about different breeds of owl, hold the beautiful creatures and maybe even be lucky enough to feed them.
Time and Tide Museum
Situated in the coastal town of Great Yarmouth, this museum features local historical artefacts, and even has a mock-up of a Great Yarmouth street from 1913.
A spacious sandy beach facing the Atlantic, with charming restaurants and cafés nearby, make this a quintessential British seaside destination.
This truly unique museum houses a range of steam engines, organs and vintage fairground attractions. It's also renowned for its Christmas Spectacular that showcases local performers.
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