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The Perfect Hotels for your Holiday on the Norfolk Coast

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The Best Hotels in Norfolk

Norfolk is a beautiful county in East Anglia, known for its stunning coastline and picturesque countryside. It's the perfect location for a weekend break or family holiday, with plenty of seafront activities and attractions to fill your days. And when it comes to accommodation, Norfolk Hotels has something for everyone. From boutique hotels and inns to cosy bed & breakfasts and charming cottages. With so many options available, you may be wondering what makes Norfolk the perfect place for your next short break.

The county has a number of tourist attractions including the Norfolk Broads and the famous Norfolk Lavender fields. West Norfolk is home to the Royal Sandringham Estate which is the private home of His Majesty King Charles and members of the Royal Family. The Prince and Princess of Wales are also Norfolk residents as they have their home at Anmer Hall.

The county has a good number of hotels and bed and breakfasts; hotels in North Norfolk are of high quality and offer a range of accommodations to suit every taste and budget.

The major hotel chains are represented in the county and there are a number of good quality independent hotels which offer excellent accommodation, hospitality, and food like mYminiBreak

Why Stay In Norfolk?

Norfolk is in the East of England and is a great location to visit. Over half of it is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The county of Norfolk is bordered by Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire and is also bordered by the North Sea. The county town of Norfolk is Norwich and the county is divided into 7 districts. There are many things to see and do in Norfolk, from its beautiful coastline to its historic towns and villages.

The Norfolk Broads are one of the main attractions in the county and are not to be missed. There are hundreds of miles of navigable waterways in the county and these are ideal for boating, canoeing, and fishing.

There are also many popular seaside resorts in the county of Norfolk, which are very popular with families. This includes Hunstanton, Wells-next-the-Sea, Sheringham, Cromer, and Pleasure Beach at Great Yarmouth. These offer entertainment, amusements, and wonderful beaches.

There are many historic towns and villages in the county of Norfolk. Norwich, the county town, is one of the most popular places to visit and attractions here include Norwich Cathedral, the castle museum, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, and the Norwich Puppet Theatre.

It also hosts a wonderful, traditional street market with 189 stalls, which is open Monday to Saturday and has been on its current site for 900 years, making it one of the oldest markets in the country. The city centre has many independent stores alongside the more known chains. There are also 73 churches, 31 of which were built in medieval times, based on the wealth that the city gained as a trade centre. So, wander around the cobble streets and discover the nooks and crannies, beautiful old buildings, and stop for lunch in one of the many excellent cafes and restaurants!

This makes it a popular destination with visitors from the UK and abroad. The county of Norfolk has more than 130 miles of coastline and this is one of the main attractions. There are many beautiful beaches including those at Heacham, Brancaster, Thornham, Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea, and Cromer. The coastline of Norfolk is a popular place for walking and cycling. The Peddars Way, Coast Path, and National cycle route 1 run through the county.

There are also many festivals and events throughout the year and these include the Corn Exchange Theatre and the North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival. There are plenty of accommodation options in the county of Norfolk, from hotels to cottages and self-catering accommodations.

About Norfolk Hotels

Here at Norfolk Hotels, we offer a variety of holiday services. We have self-catering cottages and bed and breakfast, or camping and caravan pitches for even better value for money. Perfect for those interested in spending some time exploring the stunning West Norfolk and North Norfolk Coastline. 

We're a small, family-run business that takes pride in providing top-notch customer service and a variety of comfortable accommodations that our guests can enjoy. We're situated in a rural area near the North Norfolk coast, providing visitors with picturesque scenery and many opportunities to get out and explore the county.

The coastline of Norfolk County provides vast opportunities for outdoor activities and exploration, especially along the open beaches, marshlands, and nature reserves - perfect for walks, bike rides, sailing, and birdwatching. 

There's plenty to do inland too. You can explore quaint Georgian market villages and towns like Burnham Market and King's Lynn. Or, visit stately homes like Holkham Hall, Houghton Hall, and Sandringham House. Norfolk has something for everyone! 

Our guests can enjoy stunning views of the local countryside from their bedrooms, while also having easy access to a number of amenities and attractions. We're so glad you're considering Norfolk as your holiday destination, and we can't wait to share all that this beautiful county has to offer with you. 

Excellence in Customer Service at mYminibreak means friendly and responsive service as we strive to give our guests a great stay. We offer family-friendly accommodation in the heart of Norfolk’s natural beauty, with the coast only a 3 minute walk from the hotel.

We aim to always be friendly and helpful hosts to ensure that your stay with us is a memorable one. Our staff is always on hand to assist and advise you with any query or question you may have. From restaurant recommendations to local events, and activities in the area, as well as our top tips for exploring Norfolk’s coastline! Please do not hesitate to contact us if there is anything you need help with.

Norfolk Hotels & Inns -
Self-Catering Chalets

Our hotels near many popular attractions in Norfolk are beautiful places to stay for a self-catered holiday on the coast. With stunning views of the sea and only a few steps between you and the sand dunes, it's ideal for a relaxing seaside break.

mYminibreak is the perfect place to stay for a self-catering holiday in North Norfolk. The hotel is located in a stunning location, with beautiful views of the coastline. With plenty of activities and attractions nearby, you'll never be short of things to do during your stay.

Our comfortable and practical chalets and lodges are located within the hotel grounds. They offer self-catering accommodation that is perfect for those who want the flexibility to come and go as they please. There is a wide range of self-catering accommodations available at mYminibreak. Our accommodation ranges from one-bedroom chalets to large family cottages.

All of the accommodation is well-equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay, including kitchenettes and private bathrooms. Some of the larger cottages also have their own private gardens, perfect for enjoying a summer barbecue.

If you're looking for a self-catering holiday in North Norfolk, look no further than Norfolk Hotels. With our convenient location and great range of accommodations, we have everything you need for a relaxing and enjoyable seaside break.

a view through the Old Barn from the front door showing the seating, dining area, and bed

Last-Minute Holidays & Short Breaks at our Norfolk Hotels

If you're looking for a last-minute holiday hotel in Norfolk, look no further than ours! The perfect getaway for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of their everyday lives. Our hotel offers so much to see and do in the area that you're sure to never be bored during your stay.

Whether you're looking for a short getaway or a longer stay, mYminibreak is perfect for you. Visit Hunstanton, enjoy the sandy beaches, explore the many stately homes and castles or simply take a stroll through one of the beautiful countryside parks there's something for everyone here at our Norfolk hotels!

stunning sunset at Heacham South Beach

Looking for a last-minute getaway? mYminibreak offers plenty of chalets and cottages that are perfect for families and couples. Our accommodations in Norfolk come with all the amenities and features you need for a comfortable stay, including fully equipped kitchens, and spacious living areas 

If you’re looking for a more rustic experience, our campsite has plenty of space to pitch your own tent or park your caravan. Our facilities include free hot showers and toilets, and electric hookups as an optional extra, making us a great option for those who like us love to be closer to nature.

We are open all year round and offer a wide range of activities to keep you entertained, no matter the season. mYminibreak is nestled within the beautiful Norfolk Countryside and located in the village of Heacham, just a short drive from Hunstanton.

We are situated within walking distance of the beach and close to all local amenities including shops, restaurants and pubs. Book your stay today and enjoy a hassle-free break in Norfolk. We look forward to welcoming you to mYminibreak!

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Reviews of our Hotels in Norfolk

  • Laura's Booking.com review of our Norfolk B&B Hotel
  • Lily's airbnb review of our Norfolk Accommodation Hotel
  • Anita's Google Review of our self-catering cottage hotel
  • Duncan's Yelp review of our Norfolk Hotels that can see the sunset over the sea

    Romantic Hotel Breaks for Couples in Norfolk

    Head over to the North Norfolk Coast for a romantic break escape. This region is home to picture-perfect coastline villages, with sweeping sandy beaches and quaint pubs serving up delicious homemade dishes. The perfect place for couples to unwind whilst taking long walks along the North Norfolk coast, or exploring local towns such as Hunstanton and Heacham on foot.

    If you’re looking for a more secluded break then our Norfolk Accommodation site is the perfect place to stay. Located on the outskirts of Hunstanton, this campsite has beautiful sea views as well as stunning panoramic views of the countryside on its doorstep. This makes it ideal for couples who love an outdoor adventure. With just 10 cottages available, our North Norfolk coast campsite is one of the most unique places to stay in this area and offers guests a truly intimate holiday experience. And what's more, we are just a 3-minute walk from the beach!

    Norfolk Hotel offers Free Parking and Free Internet access, so you can relax and unwind during your stay. If you plan on staying with us for an extended period, we suggest bringing books to read by candlelight and cosying up next to your loved one during the colder months! You will also find complimentary toiletries in each room, so you don't need to pack much when visiting - perfect if you want your trip to be spontaneous!

    Plenty of walks around Heacham make it easy for guests at our North Norfolk Coastal site to explore everything this county has on offer without having any extra plans before heading off on their journey. 

    Head over to the North Norfolk Coast for a romantic break escape.

    The Best Dog-Friendly Hotels in Norfolk

    There are plenty of dog-friendly things to do on the North Norfolk coast, from walking and exploring the stunning beaches and coastline, to visiting one of the many dog friendly pubs and restaurants. This is why we're a dog friendly hotel since we understand that you won't want to leave your furry friend at home! Here are just a few ideas:

    • Enjoy a walk along one of the many dog-friendly beaches in North Norfolk - there's something for everyone, whether you want to paddle in the shallows or go for a long hike along the sand dunes. Just make sure you keep your dog on a lead during bird nesting season (March-September).

    • Visit Holkham Hall - this spectacular stately home is set in acres of parkland which is perfect for a leisurely stroll with your four-legged friend. Dogs are welcome in most areas but must be kept on a lead at all times.

    • Take a look around Holme Dunes National Nature Reserve - another beautiful spot for an autumnal walk with your pooch, where you can also enjoy views out to sea. Dogs should be kept on leads around livestock though.

    • Check out the Sandringham Estate - a lovely spot for a family walk with the dog, where you can also explore the ancient woodlands and meadows. Dogs should be kept on leads in certain areas though.

    • Stop off at one of the many dog-friendly pubs and cafes in North Norfolk - there are lots of great places to eat and drink with your pooch, including Hunstanton Ski Café, The Old Town Beach Cafe in Old Hunstanton and The Waterside Bar on the promenade.

    We hope you have a great time exploring the North Norfolk coast with your furry friend! Our location is the perfect base for exploring north Norfolk.

    Attractions in Norfolk and the Countryside

    Cycling on The Norfolk Coast

    Whether you’re a beginner, enthusiast or experienced cyclist, riding on the North Norfolk Coast is something everyone should experience. With miles of quiet cycle routes and an unspoilt coastline, the north Norfolk coast is ideal for those who enjoy getting out on two wheels.

    The North Norfolk Coastline is a beautiful place to cycle. With so much coastline to explore, the North Norfolk Coast is ideal for cyclists of all abilities. For those looking for an easy ride, head west from Hunstanton along the coastal path towards Heacham. This route is flat and mainly off-road, making it ideal for families with young children.

    If you’re looking for something a little more challenging, then try riding from Sheringham to Holt along the coast path. This route is hilly in parts but the stunning views make it worthwhile!

    For experienced cyclists, there are plenty of routes to explore further inland. Head out from Fakenham through some of Norfolk’s prettiest villages including Melton Constable, Holt and Sheringham. With quiet roads and few hills, this makes for a great day out on the bike.

    Norfolk Coast Path

    Hiking The Norfolk Coast

    With an impressive number of nature reserves and country parks, the Norfolk coastline is one of Britain’s most beautiful. Along its winding paths you will encounter a variety of landscapes from beaches to sand dunes, salt marshes to coastal heathland – not forgetting stunning vistas across the North Sea. The varied habitat provides a home for many rare species including water voles, otters, marsh harriers and nightingales. The RSPB reserves at Cley Marshes and Titchwell Marsh are excellent examples with both offering hideouts where birdwatchers can closely observe their feathered friends in action. 

    At Holme Dunes on the north coast between Old Hunstanton and Thornham, there are also plenty of opportunities to see birds such as little terns which nest on these scrapes (areas clear from scrub). Visitors can even try their hand at beachcombing or rock pooling whilst enjoying this unspoilt stretch along what is known as The Wash National Nature Reserve - England’s largest area of protected coastline!

    Of course, it isn't just wildlife that you'll find along your travels but also picturesque villages set against captivating backdrops... How about Blakeney Point? A short 20-minute drive from Heacham and you’ll reach this stunning headland. It is a great place to enjoy a walk as it offers wonderful views of the surrounding coastline along with an abundance of bird life – perfect for wildlife enthusiasts

    Visit the Norfolk Broads
    and Great Yarmouth

    The famous Norfolk Broads on the East side of Norfolk are a must-see attraction, with miles-upon miles of rivers and marshland that provide stunning views. Visitors can partake in activities such as walking, hiking, biking, and boating, as well as seeing wildlife native to the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Even better, no matter where you go in Norfolk, you'll never be much more than an hour's drive from the Broads! So, if you want to visit, you're free to stay wherever suits your fancy in the county.

    And on the same side of the county is Great Yarmouth, a popular seaside destination with plenty going on! Chiefly is Pleasure Beach, which features carnival rides, rollercoasters, food stalls, arcades, and plenty of other games and things to enjoy!

    visit the sea life center hunstanton here at Norfolk Hotels
    visit the sea life center hunstanton here at Norfolk Hotels

    Family Activites in Norfolk

    One family-friendly activity in West Norfolk is visiting the Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary. This sanctuary is home to hundreds of different species of marine life. Visitors can learn about the different animals through educational talks and feedings. The Hunstanton Sea Life centre is also home to the UK's only resident colony of Gentoo penguins and visitors can watch them being fed twice a day.

    Norfolk Lavender is another family-friendly activity in West Norfolk. This lavender farm has over 50 acres of lavender fields and is one of the largest in England. Visitors can stroll through the fields, learn about the history of lavender farming, and buy lavender products from the on-site shop. Norfolk Lavender also has a café and an ice cream parlour, making it the perfect place to relax with the family.

    West Norfolk is also home to many beautiful beaches, perfect for a family day out. Some of the best beaches in West Norfolk include Heacham Beach, Hunstanton Beach and Snettisham beach. If you’re a fan of the countryside, there are many walks and cycle paths in West Norfolk for you to enjoy.

    ...And even more, wherever you find a place to stay!

    Norfolk is such a varied county with tons to do. Wherever you decide to book your luxury hotel holiday, plenty of fun activities will undoubtedly be within easy reach of your chosen holiday destination! Not to mention all the restaurants and bars to relax and get delectable food and drink in the area! If you'd like to read up on all the things in just one of the many towns of Norfolk, why not read our article on the top 23 things to do in Hunstanton?

    Norfolk Hotels FAQ

    What are some popular places to stay in and around Norfolk

    Some popular hotels to stay in and around Norfolk include the Norfolk Accommodation, Norfolk Coastal Cottages, and Hunstanton Camping and Glamping

    Which hotels in Norfolk are good for families?

    Some of the most popular family-friendly hotels in Norfolk include Norfolk B&B Cottages, Norfolk Specialist Lodgings, and Hunstanton Guest house Hotel.

    What hotel in Norfolk offers an especially good breakfast Buffet?

    Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages and Camping offers an especially good breakfast buffet.

    How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Norfolk?

    The average price for a hotel room in Norfolk is £140 per night.

    What is the best hotel near Hunstanton?

    There are several good hotels near Hunstanton, but the best one is probably Norfolk CoastB&B Cottages and Camping


    Our venue offers a range of Cottages, Chalets and Glamping accommodations to suit all budgets, perfect for a quick break

    Norfolk Coast B&B Cottages & Camping LLP - OC401422
    Registered Address: 82A James Carter Road, Mildenhall, Suffolk, IP28 7DE

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    Monday to Sunday - 9am to 5pm

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