Norfolk Broads Self-Catering Accommodation

Holiday visitors are welcomed all year round at the Norfolk Broads - with or without boats. Those without will find perfect holiday cottage accommodation in one of the quaint Broadland villages. The Norfolk Broads are a series of seven rivers and sixty-three lakes, the majority navigable by boat. The Broads cover, most of them in Norfolk, with just over of The Broads navigable by boat.

The majority of the Broads are located in the northern half of Broadland, which encompasses the Rivers Bure, Ant and Thurne. The Broads range from small ponds through to the large areas such as Hickling, Barton and Breydon, from which visitors can find pleasing range of holiday cottages of all sizes, with waterside cottages even having their own moorings.



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The Pine Lodges, Clippesby, Norfolk

The Pine Lodges, Clippesby

Tucked away along their own woodland track and with private parking, these distinctive detached lodges benefit from the facilities of the Clippesby Hall family holiday park in Norfolk, at the same time combining a sense of separateness and peaceful relaxation. Pets welcome.

Hall Farm Barn, Aylsham, Norfolk

Hall Farm Barn, Aylsham

A beautiful 17th Century converted barn with WiFi near Aylsham, Norfolk slps4 (10% discount for 2 people only). Stunning large woodburner in sitting room. Idyllic location close to the River Bure, just 10 mins from the wonderful Broads and 20 mins from the beautiful East Coast beaches. Pets welcome....

The Coach House, Clippesby, Norfolk

The Coach House, Clippesby

Newly refurbished and completely re-fitted, this attractive, large Norfolk holiday cottage with a pool stands at the heart of Clippesby Hall Family Holiday Park in N. With a cool, contemporary feel and a wonderful sense of space, relax and unwind as soon as you arrive. Pets welcome. Sleeps 8.

Clocktower Apartments, Clippesby, Norfolk

Clocktower Apartments, Clippesby

2-bedroom self-catering apartments for smaller families or couples, at the Clippesby Hall family holiday park in Norfolk. They benefit from balcony views over the Old Walled Garden and enjoy use of a communal indoor heated swimming pool.

The Norfolk Broads have always had a mystical charm which is probably why they were christened ‘Britain’s Magical Waterland’ which reflecting that mystic beauty of the rivers. The Broads offer fun and adventure that the whole family can enjoy. However, the Broads are not all about staying on a boat. There is a wide range of self-catering cottages, many of which can be found on My Favourite Holiday Cottages. There are many walking and cycling routes that follow the rivers through beautiful countryside and landscapes - ideal leisurely activity for all the family to enjoy. The unspoilt villages and market towns (and their pubs) that are scattered all over The Broads give visitors an opportunity to sample local food and (grown-ups only) good beer.