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Escape to Norfolk's big skies and meandering Broads with a luxury hotel stay through Voyage Privé. Whether you're after the peaceful country life or a fine beach holiday, we've got 5 top picks for your next Norfolk getaway.

Beechwood Hotel 3*

Our best hotels in Norfolk

1. Norfolk Mead 4*

Norfolk Mead 4* Norfolk Mead 4*

This spectacular country manor is located in sleepy Coltishall on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. Set within 8 acres of manicured grounds, it's a picturesque setting poised for romantic getaways. Inside, you'll discover delightful antique furnishings and an acclaimed and intimate restaurant.

2. The Kings Head Country Hotel 3*

The Kings Head Country Hotel 3* The Kings Head Country Hotel 3*

This serene country house hotel is located close to bustling King's Lynn and Fakenham. It dates back to the Edwardian era and possesses many original features alongside sophisticated and contemporary updates. The spacious and superior bedrooms come with a range of fine features, including deluxe en-suite bathrooms and flat-screen TVs.

3. Beechwood Hotel 3*

Beechwood Hotel 3* Beechwood Hotel 3*

The Beechwood is a grand country house with expansive Georgian interiors dotted with stunning antiques. The on-site restaurant comes awarded with 2 AA Rosettes and serves up local specialities like Sheringham lobster. The rooms are decadently furnished and boast four-poster beds and freestanding baths.

4. Farthings Country House Hotel

Farthings Country House Hotel Farthings Country House Hotel

Enjoy a pampering stay at this delightful 18th-century country house hotel. Located in the rural village of Hatch Beauchamp, it features pretty gardens and warm country interiors. The hotel rears its own livestock nearby and serves up delectable locally-sourced feasts in the dining quarters.

5. Northrepps Cottage 3*

Northrepps Cottage 3* Northrepps Cottage 3*


This cosy 18th-century cottage hotel is surrounded by breathtaking woodlands. It's perfectly situated close to the Norfolk Broads and glistening white sands of Cromer. Guests are treated to sumptuous and intimate interiors with just 8 bedrooms and an elegant bar and restaurant.

Services you will find at our hotels in Norfolk

You'll find the following services at our luxury hotels in Norfolk:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Hot drink making facilities
  • Luxury toiletries
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Awarded dining
  • Elegant bars
  • Gardens

Going on holiday in Norfolk

Norfolk is charming, no matter the month, with seasonal attractions across the region. The peak travel time is the high summer, particularly from July through August. The Norfolk Broads and coastal regions burst with life as the weather is at its best. To avoid the school holiday crowds, catch the fine weather in June and September instead. Spring is also a delight in Norfolk with prized birdwatching and the opening of country gardens. While winter and autumn bring crisp and cold weather, the coast and Broads take on a tranquil quality. Boat rentals tend to stop for the winter but you can find excellent deals on water-view properties.

Norfolk Mead 4*

Hotel offers at Norfolk convenient for all kinds of travel

Norfolk is a premier family holiday destination thanks to its wealth of inclusive activities. From boating on the Broads to surfing on the coast, there are ample attractions to suit all ages. Norfolk is brimming with charming country estates and heritage attractions that are perfect for all ages. If you're visiting with friends, look for fun water-based activities like kayaking and row-boating. Norfolk is also a perfect romantic destination, thanks to its miles of fabulous coastline. Choose from great pubs and seafood restaurants to spend your special moments.

The range of hotels we offer at Norfolk

We have country house hotels, historic hotels, waterfront hotels and boutique stays available in Norfolk.

Norfolk: what should we bring for a hotel stay?

Try to pack for the season with sun cream, swimming costumes and towels for summer and hot days. You'll need comfortable shoes, a change of evening attire and pack-away waterproofs too.

Your best hotel at Norfolk: how to get there and make your booking

How to get to Norfolk

Norfolk is a convenient travel destination with a solid public transport network. Greater Anglia trains run every 30 minutes from London to Norwich. For those using public transport, Norwich is an excellent hub from which to travel through Norfolk. There are thorough bus networks from First, Coasthopper and Konect Bus. Cars are more convenient, offering freedom to traverse the entire region with ease. Once you're in Norfolk, you'll find boat rentals both a fun and relaxing way to explore the Broads.

How to book your hotel in Norfolk

Book elegant country houses and charming historic manors in Norfolk with Voyage Privé. It's entirely free to register with Voyage Privé, gaining access to members-only deals at Norfolk's best stays. It will only take a moment to register online; simply enter your details to stay up-to-date on the latest offers today.

The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Norfolk

Norfolk is a charming getaway that can often feel like being transported back in time. Tranquil, glittering waterways and elegant country estates dot this treasured landscape. In city hubs like Norwich inland, you'll discover a fantastic castle and cathedral to explore. Elsewhere on the coast, you'll discover everything from British seaside resorts like Great Yarmouth to idyllic fishing villages in the north. All in all, Norfolk is a prime spot for holidaymakers looking to relax, romance and run wild.

Norfolk, home to centuries-old heritage sites

Norfolk has long been the stomping ground of British royals. From the bedazzled Sandringham Estate to sprawling country homes like Blickling and Holkham Hall, there's plenty of glamour across the county. These lovely heritage sites house historic treasures that are well worth visiting throughout the year. From the summer gardens of Felbrigg Hall to the art collections of Wiveton Hall, take a break from the waterways to explore Norfolk's stately homes.

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