We are justifiably proud of the luxury properties we market. They represent the properties that offer the highest level of standard within their VisitEngland grading, guaranteeing you the finest accommodation with a focus on providing superb comfort and amenities for some truly delightful downtime. From city breaks to coastal retreats, find yourself some luxury and awaken your dreams...
Discover peace on the Norfolk Broads, full of serene waterways and unspoilt riverbanks, teeming with diverse wildlife and marshes that span the open skies - natural beauty complemented with picturesque church towers and the odd windmill. Enjoy the pubs and restaurants that line the river banks and explore the delightful small towns and villages that lie beside them.
Alternatively, head to the North Norfolk coast, invigorating in the winter months when the beaches are almost deserted, where the hardy walkers and bird watchers roam, fortifying themselves with the local food and beer that this area is renowned for. In the more clement spring and summer months, enjoy wide open beaches with big skies, beaches that whilst busier are never overcrowded and remain totally unspoilt, offering traditional seaside fun with buckets and spades and cricket on the beach. The autumn in Norfolk is delightful with amazing sunsets, changing autumnal colours, the harvest being gathered and so much more…
Away from the vast coastline, escape on a city break to Norwich - a vibrant, modern city full of historical charm and character. Encounter architectural masterpieces ranging from the Norman castle proudly guarding the centre, to timber-framed Tudor shop fronts and modern marvels such as The Forum, the city’s main library. Amongst these you’ll find a plethora of shopping opportunities, museums, galleries, restaurants and pubs that you can while your time away at your own, relaxing pace.
And let’s not forget our amazing countryside with its quiet villages of brick and flint cottages, superb churches most a testament to wealthy wool producers many years ago, rivers meandering and offering great fishing, off road walks and cycle ways, quiet land and Georgian market towns. If you love cycling and walking in a relatively traffic free environment, then Norfolk will impress you.
Norfolk has 60 micro-breweries and some superb beer festivals to enjoy and sample some of the amazing local beers and ciders they produce. Restaurant fortnight in September, the food festivals of which there are three major ones give you the opportunity to enjoy the best of Norfolk’s local produce and we haven’t mentioned the plentiful farmers markets and farm shops that are dotted around the county. Norfolk is proud of its local producers and we encourage you to indulge yourself in whatever takes your fancy, tantalising tasty charcuterie from Marsh Pig, Brays Pork Pies, Mrs Temples Binham Blue and there is so much more!
Or, of course, enjoy a mixture of what this region offers; it’s entirely up to you! If you would like to find out more, take a look at our Things-to-do Guide written by local experts and begin planning that luxury break now!