City Breaks in Norfolk: Top Holiday Lettings
Best Norfolk Weekend Break Recommendations
From the raw landscapes of the Norfolk Broads to colourful summer days on the beach, Norfolk is well-loved for a reason. Its nature, traditional attractions, Medieval castles and pockets of bustling city life make it as diverse as it is unique. It’s a place you can and will want to go back to again and again.
1. Discover quirky urban life in Norwich
It may be a medieval city by origin but modern day Norwich feels distinctively young and cosmopolitan. The city has a riveting arts scene with a number of theatres including the classic Theatre Royal and the popular Playhouse, a favourite for comedies. After hours, nocturnal urbanites will love Norwich's independent bars, from creative cocktails in Hawthorn to the city’s best cocktails at the Gin Palace.
2. Seek inner calm on the Norfolk Broads
A National park with some of England’s most unspoilt lakes and rivers the Norfolk Broads provide an idyllic backdrop to a boating trip with family or friends. Base yourself in a quaint village cottage before spending time on the water admiring the birdlife. Finish the day in one of the Broads' traditional riverside pubs.
3. Build sandcastles on the beach
Norfolk is home to many popular seaside destinations which have managed to retain their charm and authenticity for generations. Check out the pier, crab sandwiches and the pleasure park at Great Yarmouth. Sheringham and Cromer are also popular, if somewhat quieter, seaside destinations which offer a peaceful weekend break.