Accommodation in Norfolk
Bed and Breakfast or Self-Catering?
It can be difficult deciding where best to stay when you go on
holiday. You must first decide where do I want to go and what do I
want to do? Staying in the UK has its advantages but do you visit a
different part of country or look further afield and maybe even consider a
holiday in Europe
. Backpacking in a
hostel, staying in a luxury hotel or enjoying a quiet holiday home are
vastly different experiences.
is a stunning English county which offers a great deal for any relaxing
holiday. You can enjoy peace and quiet and soak up the natural beauty
of the Norfolk coastline and countryside. There is night life if you
want it yet it does not encroach on the natural peace and tranquility you
till find here.
Having decided you want to visit Norfolk you then
need to consider the type of accommodation that best suits your needs.
Self-catering is a practical option for many - families, groups of friends
and couples alike. It offers freedom to come and go with total
independence; you can party at home and stay up all night and not bother
anyone else. There are cottages, quaint carr stone houses, beach front
caravans and apartments with a balcony overlooking the sea to choose from.
Bed and breakfast accommodation is widely available and has a
significantly number of high quality star ratings and awards amongst them.
Along the coastline stretching from Dersingham to Hunstanton the number of 4
star (many with Silver and Gold Awards) bed and breakfasts is pronounced.
There are at least two 5 star rated bed and breakfasts in the area as well.
You just have to look.