Featured hotels in Norfolk

  • £39

    Average price per night

    The Troll Cart Wetherspoon, Great Yarmouth
    9.4 Superb 683 reviews
    Description The Troll Cart Wetherspoon is situated in Great Yarmouth, within 1.5 km of Sea Life Great Yarmouth and 1.7 km of Great Yarmouth Britannia Pier. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk.

    "Large comfortable rooms with lovely soft pillows."

    carol. Spain
  • £27

    Average price per night

    St Annes Hotel, Great Yarmouth

    St Annes Hotel

    Great Yarmouth

    9.3 Superb 145 reviews
    Description Situated in Great Yarmouth, St Annes Hotel features a bar. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom.

    "Very friendly great food and very clean and comfortable"

    Darren Pratt. United Kingdom
  • £65

    Average price per night

    The White Hart Hotel, Hingham
    9.3 Superb 126 reviews
    Description Offering free WiFi, The White Hart Hotel is set in Hingham. With a garden, the property also has a terrace, as well as a shared lounge. The property features a restaurant.

    "Staff very attentive, lovely tranquil atmosphere"

    Marion. United Kingdom
  • £120

    Average price per night

    The Assembly House, Norwich

    The Assembly House

    Norwich City-Centre, Norwich

    9.3 Superb 500 reviews
    Description The Assembly House is located in Norwich and features a garden and free WiFi. This property is situated 0.2 miles from Norwich City Football Club and Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library.

    "My flight was delayed and the receptionist waited for 2 hours to let me in. Very friendly staff"

    Rachel. Ireland
  • £135

    Average price per night

    The Dial House, Reepham
    9.4 Superb 193 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi and a sun terrace, The Dial House offers accommodation in Reepham, 22 km from Norwich. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.

    "Excellent lunch and breakfast, helpful, willing staff"

    Keith. Gibraltar
  • £70

    Average price per night

    Beechwood Hotel, North Walsham

    Beechwood Hotel

    North Walsham

    9.2 Superb 131 reviews
    Description Beechwood Hotel features a garden and a terrace in North Walsham. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers room service. There is a restaurant.

    "We liked everything, it was perfect. An absolute little gem. The staff couldn’t do enough and it was absolutely spotless."

    Natalie. United Kingdom
  • £60

    Average price per night

    The King William IV Country Inn & Restaurant, Sedgeford
    9.1 Superb 240 reviews
    Description The King William IV Country Inn & Restaurant offers high-quality accommodation, close to the beautiful Norfolk coast in Sedgeford. Free WiFi access is available and free parking is possible on site.

    "very comfortable and we had an airconditioned room that was an added bonus the owner and staff were very welcoming and knowledgeable of Norfolk"

    christine. Australia
  • £100

    Average price per night

    Burlington Berties, Sheringham
    9.6 Exceptional 347 reviews
    Description Burlington Berties is an Edwardian residence situated just yards from the Norfolk beach and promenade.

    "A really great hotel. Breakfast was amazing. All the staff lovely, you could tell they really enjoyed their jobs. Attention to detail everywhere. Wonderful place."

    David. Germany
  • £95

    Average price per night

    The Ship Hotel, Titchwell
    9.2 Superb 381 reviews
    Description Situated on the north Norfolk coast, The Ship Hotel offers an a la carte restaurant and an inviting bar with a wood-burner.

    "Friendly staff and excellent chef and nice customers visiting. Perfectly situated for our needs. We will be back!"

    ANNE. Ireland
  • £70

    Average price per night

    The Crown Hotel, Wells next the Sea

    The Crown Hotel

    Wells next the Sea

    9.2 Superb 223 reviews
    Description A former coaching inn on the north Norfolk coast, The Crown Hotel in Wells-next-the-Sea offers stylish rooms and a restaurant menu showcasing local produce.

    "Such a lovely hotel, nothing was average. All went that extra mile"

    Jade. United Kingdom

Most booked hotels in Norfolk in the past month

Norfolk highlights

The Norfolk Broads
The Broads comprises a collection of rivers and lakes which form one of the most scenic areas in the UK.
Stately homes
Norfolk has a magnificient collection of stately homes, grand houses and scenic gardens.
Holkham National Nature Reserve
Combining sand dunes, green fields and marshes, this nature reserve is one of the most unique areas of the UK.
15 miles of sandy beach
Great Yarmouth, Hunstanton, Cromer and Gorleston-on-Sea are all traditional seaside towns with sandy beaches.
Burgh Castle Roman fort
This historic Roman fort was designed with strongly fortified walls, measuring nearly 3 metres in thickness.
Norwich Cathedral
An impressive Anglican cathedral with a towering spire that can be seen for miles around.
Norwich Castle
This 12th-century castle is perched on a hilltop and overlooks Norwich city centre.
Sheringham Park
At the 18th-century Sheringham Park, miles of National Trust guided trails are offered through the extensive gardens.
Banham Zoo
This 50-acre zoo is located in Banham and houses over 2000 animals.

A Rural Retreat for Royalty

Sleepy and agricultural, Norfolk has peaceful villages and deserted beaches that provide a relaxing country escape. Its riverside county town Norwich has historic buildings and a popular market dominated by a cathedral. It also houses several luxury Norfolk hotels on Booking.com.

East are the Norfolk Broads, tranquil waterways that pass by small villages, windmills and verdant countryside. Further east Great Yarmouth, with its Pleasure Beach, is one of the most popular Norfolk seaside resorts. Other beaches are at Cromer, whose pier has a theatre at the end, and Hunstanton, home to a Sea Life centre and a range of North Norfolk hotels. Between them are Wells-Next-the-Sea where wetlands continue to Blakeney, popular for birdwatching.

Also on the coast is Sheringham from where a steam train runs to inland Holt. Swaffham to the south-west is a small market town and surrounding it are some of the Norfolk country houses offering accommodation. Thetford to the south has a riverside park and is by Thetford Forest, site of a Go Ape high ropes course. Snetterton Racetrack is midway between there and Attleborough.

A speedway track is located in historic King’s Lynn, another market town whose wide river means that it also acts as a port. To the north-west Dersingham neighbours Sandringham, whose country house is a private residence of the Queen.