- Covered outdoor hot tub
- Beautiful sun room with superb views
- Adults only
- Ground floor accommodation
- Covered outdoor hot tub
- Luxury ground floor accommodation
- Fishing and Golf available
- Pet friendly
- Shared hot tub (can be booked for private use)
- Pet Friendly with enclosed paddock
- Beautiful shared garden with BBQ, patio and furniture
- Broadband/Wi Fi
Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Norfolk
Norfolk is one the best holiday destinations in England. Beautiful beaches, picturesque scenery and a huge selection of cottages and lodges with hot tubs, giving you the perfect base from which to explore the county.
As if that is not enough, its superb coastline, gives water sport lovers open water for sporting activities such as surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and sailing to name a few and don't forget the history buffs Norfolk has a rich heritage with lots of historic buildings and museums.
Perfect for a romantic break or family holiday Norfolk caters for everyone and you will find our luxurious cottages with hot tubs offer everything you need to make your holiday special from fully fitted kitchens, en-suite bathrooms, secluded gardens and of course the added bonus of a relaxing private hot tub, where you can soak away the stresses of work and everyday life.
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More and more people are choosing to holiday at home and with all Norfolk has to offer it's easy to see why the tourism industry sector is the county's largest and why this beautiful region attracts millions of visitors each year. Don't delay this popular destination books up fast so check out our holiday homes with hot tubs today!
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Norfolk
Here are some of our recommendations of things to do and places to visit during your holiday in Norfolk.
1. Cromer Pier
With shows galore, in the pavilion theatre and some of the most stunning views in the county you must be sure to visit this grade 2 listed pier. Enjoy fish and chips or the famous and delicious Cromer crab seated outside the welcoming Tides restaurant, maybe even catch one yourself with a spot of crabbing, check out the gift shop which stocks a range of items to suit every budget or simply relax and enjoy the sun in beautiful surroundings.
It's not only children that can have adventures and this award-winning family adventure park based on the children's books, is keen on the adults joining in too. Home to Mildred the Crocklebog and Vera the Hippopotamuddle and situated near Hoveton this huge adventure park with a difference is a fun and exciting day out for all the family.
Take a trip on the Bewilderboat, walk through the trees in the fantastic sky maze and ride the zip wires. With daily events such as face painting, story-telling and craft workshops, all in magical woodland we guarantee you will not hear the words "I'm bored" once.
3. Banham zoo
This is a 50-acre zoo is home to over 2000 animals, including tigers, zebra, cheetahs and a variety of primates and that's not all, with a farmyard barn, fantastic bird of prey display and an aerial sky trek course complete with zip wire anyone can discover their inner Tarzan. Added to that fabulous animal experiences, plenty of places to eat and drink all set in the idyllic Norfolk countryside and you have everything you need for a fun day out for all the family.
4. The Broads
The Norfolk Broads are a series of waterways covering 117 square miles with seven rivers and over 60 broads (lakes) they were formed when medieval peat excavations flooded towards the end of the 14th century. These navigable stretches of water provide holidaymakers with a huge array of activities. Boats can be hired at various locations and there is no better way to experience the stunning scenery and wildlife, (the broads are home to 25% of Britain's rarest species) there are also guided boat trips available. For the more adventurous there is a wide range of water sports including, canoeing and kite boarding, there is even the opportunity to view the broads from a hot air balloon or go hand gliding. Whatever your fancy you will find it here.
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5. Norwich Cathedral
Norwich Cathedral should be a must see on every visitors list. One of Europe's finest examples of Romanesque architecture this stunning building has over 900 years of history. It is home to the largest monastic Cloisters in England, the Jubilee Labyrinth and 2 resident peregrine falcons, Norwich Cathedral is host to numerous events and exhibitions throughout the year and when you have had your fill of history step outside to the many shops bars and restaurants this cosmopolitan city has to offer.
6. Felbrigg Hall
Set in 520 acres of woodland this 17th century country house is renowned for its Jacobean architecture. Discover a vast array of treasures in the opulent rooms including the Great Hall, library and Chinese bedroom. The walled garden is widely regarded as one of East Anglia's finest and the surrounding woodland is a great place for the kids to let off steam while the adults take a leisurely stroll or perhaps partake of a picnic by the lake.
7. Great Yarmouth SeaLife Centre
Have you ever wanted to get up close to sharks, turtles and crocodiles? Well now you can at Great Yarmouth Sealife centre. The Tropical Ocean Display and tunnel is home to blacktip reef sharks along with "Noah" the green sea turtle and the walkthrough crocodile enclosure requires nerves of steel. Less scary activities include meeting the comical humboldt penguins and discovering all about the amazing coral reefs around the world. The soft play area will keep the kids occupied while you enjoy a meal in the popular restaurant and as this attraction is indoors you won't need to depend on the weather to have a good time.
8. Castle Acre Priory
One of Norfolk's most historic attractions Castle Acre Priory dates back to the 11th century and is one of the country's best preserved monastic sites. It is with a real sense of history you can view the beautiful west end gable, there is also an exhibition, audio tour and display of artifacts connected with the priory onsite.
9. Bure Valley Railway
Running between Wroxham and the market town of Aylsham this trip through the Broads on Norfolk's longest narrow gauge steam railway is a great way to see the idyllic scenery and picturesque village hop off and explore at one of the stops and when you are ready to continue your journey just wave at the driver to stop.
10. Happisburgh Owls
This little gem on the North Norfolk coast is a brilliant way to spend a couple of hours on a weekend during your stay in a cottage with hot tub in Norfolk. with a variety of species of owl some you may not recognise you can get up close and personal with these beautiful creatures. Located near to the famous Happisburgh lighthouse you are sure to receive a warm welcome and handling the owls is a unique and fascinating experience.
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