When going on holiday, there is often a lot of choice about exactly what type of accommodation you want to stay in for your trip. While some people swear by camping or caravanning, others refuse to consider anything that isn’t a 5 star all-inclusive resort. It is an individual choice, but the option that seems to appeal to most people, regardless of where in the world they are, is a cosy holiday cottage.
There is something about an intimate environment, like that of a small cottage, which can make relaxing with your friends or family so much easier. In Norfolk, there are also a variety of different types of cottages, including those which people traditionally picture when they think of the country. That’s not to say the rustic charm of the Kett cottages means that you have to skimp on any amenities at all. You can enjoy all the benefits of being in the country without sacrificing an ounce of comfort.
Larger holiday cottages, which can house large groups of people, somehow still manage to retain a large amount of the charm of their smaller brethren. If a group of you are planning a holiday, there’s no need to look outside the country to find comfortable accommodation and beautiful views. In the cottages of Norfolk those two meet and combine with the enjoyment of being somewhere tranquil, instead of a busy resort, or possibly an uncomfortable tent.