Location


Both Norfolk and Suffolk are host to a wide range of visitor attractions including places of historic interest, stately homes, wildlife parks and miles of open pathways, cycle paths, bridleways and of course beautiful beaches.

The beaches fringing the curved Norfolk and Suffolk coastline are in fact the chief draw for many visitors to the region. Even on the busiest summer’s day, there is always space for games, kite-flying or a quiet picnic in the dunes. Children can be entertained easily and cheaply by boating, crabbing, digging for cockles or wading in muddy creeks.

There’s also a good variety of shopping in lively Georgian towns such as Burnham Market, Holt and Southwold, wherever you are, you’re never far from a cosy, pamment-floored pub serving local ales and great regional foods.

All our holiday homes are perfectly based from which to plan your group holiday in the UK. Here are just some of the attractions you could visit during your stay..