Over on the eastern side of England, Norfolk has managed to retain an air of calm detachment that has eluded is noisier neighbours further south. Although there are several sizeable towns and settlements throughout the region, on the whole a holiday house in Norfolk will have little to disturb it save the murmur of occasional traffic and the chatter of passing birdlife.
Its commercial hub is undoubtedly Norwich, although its countryside is scattered with pretty little villages which all contain their own amounts of thatched rooves, flintfronted houses and fishermans cottages. Visitors will choose their own holiday house in Norfolk according to their needs, but in an area that boasts miles of deserted beaches that nestle alongside the waterways and inlets of the famous broads there is a range of choice that suits everyone. If it is a bird watching base you are looking for then Great Yarmouth and the broads will supply you with a range of choice for your holiday house in Norfolk. Serious golfers drawn to the classic links course at Hunstanton up in the northwest corner will be delighted to find a holiday cottage or holiday house in Norfolk in nearby Kings Lynn or even Swaffham. Even those curious to find out more about Norwich will find a range of flats and apartments in the city centre, or even a townhouse on the edges, that is available for their holiday house in Norfolk. And if a holiday house doen't cut it, then this is the county to go if you're after a holiday in a windmill! Above all - wherever you are based do make sure that you spend your time in Norfolk gently relaxing and moving at a slower pace. There’s really no need to hurry.