North Norfolk Coast Cottages
With 100 miles of coastline, the North Norfolk Coast has so much to offer our visitors. This is the area of the county with the greatest choice of holiday cottages, from Burnham Market in the west to Cromer in the east. The architecture of area this is as diverse as the landscape. Traditional brick and flint style cottages, converted barns and fisherman's cottages are just a few examples of the accommodation that we can offer you, nestling amongst the tranquil surroundings of beaches, farmland and woodlands.
The traditional seaside town of Sheringham is always a hit with visitors. The Poppy line railway chugs through the countryside towards Holt and the steam from the engine can be seen for miles. The Little Theatre in Sheringham has an excellent reputation for repertory theatre and many famous actors and actresses feature regularly on the summer bill. This very fine town has a superb beach which seems to extend for miles when the tide is out; never overcrowded even in the peak summer months, it offers all you would expect from a seaside town.
Head a little further east and you'll find Sheringham's neighbouring town of Cromer, famous for its crabs and fishing fleet. The Grade II listed Pier boasts a traditional theatre with a full programme of family entertainment and is a must for any visitor.
Go north-west and you enter into the village networks of Salthouse, Stiffkey, Cley and Blakeney. The coastline here is characterised by small creeks and salt marshes which offer a seasonal home to a vast array of migrating birds and provides some super coastal walks. This area borders the Glaven Valley which meanders inland through undulating countryside.
Walsingham Farm Shop, Leatheringsett Mill, Creake Abbey, Cley Spy and the Art Café at Glandford are all worth a look for local produce and good food. Check out the local smokery at Cley – the smoked salmon is delicious and the Delis in Wells-next-the-Sea, Cley and Blakney are super for unusual nibbles and a variety of gourmet delights.
Some of the county's finest restaurants and pubs can be found in this area too – the Wiveton Bell at Wiveton, the Hunny Bell at Hunworth and the Hero at Burnham Overy are all really good examples of local pubs, selling good local food. North Norfolk really is an ideal holiday location. With self-catering properties all along this beautiful stretch of coastline and inland we have something to suit everyone. If you would like more information about the area, take a look at our interactive map
* Please note the guide prices do not include other optional fees such as pet fees