Norfolk & The Broads

Tudor Rose

From £449
Sleeps 2
Beach Nearby
Set on the pretty outskirts of Aylsham is Tudor Rose, a delightful timber clad barn offering first rate accommodation for couples. This beautiful retreat in the heart of the Norfolk countryside features a modern kitchen, cosy sitting room with cast iron gas stove, well appointed bedroom with luxury slipper bath and stunning rural views. Outside […]
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Located in the eastern part of England with some of its parts directly facing the sea, Norfolk is one of the few places in England that has access to both beautiful landscapes and coastal areas. This low-lying county borders Cambridgeshire to the south west, Suffolk to the south and Lincolnshire to the West. Norfolk also houses the a popular network of rivers and lakes called the Broads in its east coast and is frequently visited by tourists and visitors due to its status as a national park. Whether you are traveling with a small group that includes your family or a large group composed of your friends, Norfolk is a place that can offer the beauty of nature sure to keep you and your companions coming back for more.

Norfolk is truly a well-known spot for vacation goers and has several log cabin holiday sites to offer. With its collection of seaside resorts, fine beaches and other outstanding natural parks, Norfolk can give you a memorable vacation that you and your companions will surely enjoy. If you are traveling with young companions and your kids, you might want to take them to the Dinosaur Adventure Park in Lenwade and let them enjoy seeing the giants of the past while walking through its famous dinosaur trail. You can also watch them as they enjoy the specialty of the Dinosaur Adventure Park, the Secret Animal Garden, where your kids can have some fun with the lost world maze and meet amazing animal replicas, both big and small.

If you are more inclined to the sea, you might as well pay a visit to the Sea Life Center located in Great Yarmouth. Bringing you closer than you can imagine to a mesmerising world composed of breathtaking underwater sights, the Sea Life Center is home to more than 50 displays of sea animals including the most popular green sea turtles that are very rare and hard to find anywhere in England.

To make sure that you and your companions will enjoy your holiday trip, always remember to find the best log cabins that can accommodate you and your touring needs. Whether you are traveling in a small group or a large pack, there are numerous log cabins available in Norfolk that can fit your budget and preferences.

Activities in Norfolk & The Broads