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Norfolk holiday cottages

Welcome to Kett Country Cottages and our portfolio of hand-picked self-catering holiday cottages in Norfolk. Enjoying locations both on the coast and in the countryside, our characterful accommodation makes the most of this stunning county's winning aspects, including award-winning beaches, nature reserves, the Norfolk Broads, and the country's largest lowland forest.

Delight in rooms with a view in our romantic hideaways for two, celebrate family get-togethers in our large houses, and experience Norfolk village life in one of waterside cottages, some boasting open fires, hot tubs and pretty gardens. If you’re bringing your canine companion with you, our dog-friendly holiday cottages make the most of great local walks and dog-friendly beaches.

Why not make yourself at home, have a browse of our collection and start planning your unforgettable East of England holiday in Norfolk today?

Things to do

Welcome to Norfolk

Welcome to our ultimate guide to the county of Norfolk. Discover the best beaches, places to eat, walking paths, nature trails and the fantastic Fens. Get to know England's fifth largest county, famous for the Norfolk Broads and its bewitching network of waterways. Hire a boat for a day trip or take a walk along Wherryman's Way; see windmills or enjoy windy strolls along the seaside promenades of Cromer and Hunstanton. Take the kids to BeWILDerwood or the Pleasure Beach at Great Yarmouth; discover England's largest lowland forest at Thetford or see the seal colony during a tour of Blakeney Point.

There's so much to see in Norfolk. Read our guide to find even more inspiration.

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Lots to see and do

Norfolk is one of the best unspoiled areas of England to take a holiday. Wide open spaces and big skies - along with the peace and quiet - belie the fact that Norfolk can also be a lively place to visit if you know where to look.

Check out our guide on 'Things to do in Norfolk' for ideas on places to go - whether you're planning to sail along the famous waterways of the Norfolk Broads, stroll among the endless trees of Thetford Forest or eat fish & chips at traditional seaside resorts like Cromer and Great Yarmouth, there's something for people of all ages. If you like live entertainment, culture and history, head to the city of Norwich, which is also a shoppers' dream. For a supreme day out, drive to the county’s very own royal palace at Sandringham Estate or visit other stately homes like Felbrigg House and Holkham Hall.

Read our guide for even more ideas on where to go and what to see on your Norfolk holiday!

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On two wheels

Ditch four wheels in favour of two and experience the spectacular Norfolk coastline, or explore the inimitable famous Broads in the saddle rather than stuck behind the wheel. Cyclists can have a great time journeying around this fantastic region. With so many trails criss-crossing stunning Norfolk, it will be easy to find the right one for you.

Begin your holiday adventures with a stay in Great Yarmouth and cycle north to the beaches at Cromer and Hunstanton or choose a cottage in Wroxham and use it to explore the Bure Valley and the Broads. You could stop by the beach, go birdwatching and investigate the unique and varied wildlife when you traverse these trails too. There are endless other options for travel around this magnificent region: you could hop on-board an old steam train, sail down the waterways or stretch your legs on one of the many captivating walks. Yet there is nothing quite like a cycle ride for getting close to wildlife while enjoying that feeling of ultimate freedom.

Read more in our cycle guide to Norfolk.

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Endless treks and trails

Norfolk is a wonderful county for walking. There are more than 1200 miles of trails, cycle paths and bridleways that criss-cross their way through the region. The best known of these walks are the Norfolk Coast Path, Peddars Way, and Wherryman's Way in the Broads.

Grab a picnic or water bottle and discover wide open spaces and sky theatre throughout the East of England. Visit the network of paths hidden amongst England's largest lowland forest, some of which are cycle trails too. Norfolk is home to traditional seaside promenades and piers, including world-famous Great Yarmouth, Cromer, and Hunstanton. The city of Norwich offers excellent heritage walks for those interested in the local architecture and history.

Lace up your hiking boots and plan your next walking holiday in Norfolk today and read on with our useful guide. 

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