Romantic breaks by the sea
Being close to the coast means you are never far away from one of Norfolk’s blue flag sandy beaches for romantic strolls along the sea.
Bringing your dog on holiday with you? You will be pleased to hear we also have a number of dog friendly beaches along the coast, guaranteed to get the tail of your four-legged friend wagging.
You will soon discover with fantastic scenery, low cliffs, sandy beaches and dramatic landscape why much of the Norfolk Coast has been given An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status since 1968. In addition, there is the 62.5 mile Norfolk Coastal Path running from Hunstanton to Sea Palling – so you will never be far from a fantastic walk.
Being close to the coast isn’t just about the beaches, as we also have a selection of historical sites for you to discover including Holkham Hall and Binham Priory and Nature sites – notably Cley Marshes, Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s oldest and best known nature reserve and the RSPB Titchwell Marsh.