Find and Book Seaside Holiday Cottages on the North Norfolk Coast

The North Norfolk Coast stretches from the bay and estuary known as The Wash in the west to the wild dunes of Winterton in the east. It is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with vast sand and shingle beaches, salt marshes, creeks, classic resorts and sleepy fishing villages to discover. Covering 450 square kilometres, the area is remarkably unspoiled with a pristine stretch of coast backed by mostly agricultural land. Its communities include Mundesley, Cromer, Sheringham, Blakeney, Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea. North Norfolk Coast holiday cottages are near two National Nature Reserves: Blakeney Point, where a four-mile spit of shingle and dunes juts into the sea, and sprawling Winterton Dunes. The Norfolk Coast Path runs from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea, providing a spectacular way to discover the area. This renowned route links with another long-distance footpath, Peddars Way, which follows a Roman Road for 46 miles and is said to be haunted by a ghostly hound known as Black Shuck.

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Glaven Cottage is charming a Grade II listed flint cottage on the banks of the River Glaven in Letheringsett. Situated between the country and coast of Norfolk, the 1870s cottage boasts exposed beams and wood-burning stove, as well as verdant gardens with furnished spaces and rooms with river views.

Sat on the borders of the Norfolk village of Litcham, La Petite Maison is a quaint semi-detached annexe tucked away in the East Anglia countryside. Ideal for couples, this ground floor property is a comfortable and romantic getaway, boasting a touch of traditional French style as the name suggests.

Occupying one wing of an impressive Georgian Palladian house on the Wolterton Park grounds and restored to the very highest standards, The East Wing near the historic market town of Aylsham, Norfolk, offers spacious accommodation for up to 13 guests seeking a luxurious countryside retreat.

The Dairy Barn is a charming rural cottage bursting with a traditional character set on 7 acres of grounds in Toftrees, Norfolk. The 18th-century barn conversion welcomes pets and boasts lovely gardens and exposed beams as well as a swimming pool, a games room, feature brick walls and modernity.

The Nurseries is an elegant barn conversion resting in a quiet corner of Syderstone in Norfolk. The pet-friendly cottage offers light-filled, open-plan spaces with vaulted beamed ceilings, Danish style furniture & log fire. The enclosed lawned garden catches the sun and a beach hut is available.

Clover Court is a large coastal cottage set moments from sandy beaches in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. The pet-friendly cottage boasts bay windows and spacious, contemporary rooms, and attracts natural light and the calming sea breeze. The attractions of the seaside town are just a short walk away

Acorn Cottage is cute as a button. The romantic cottage in Oulton, Norfolk, is surrounded by countryside and a delightful garden and possesses true character. Pitched beamed ceilings grace the interior and a wood burner warms the living area. Contemporary styling complements the country charm.

Once a working flour mill for over 100 years, Aylsham Windmill now offers luxurious family-friendly self-catering holidays (with Wi-Fi) for 2-6 guests in Aylsham, a picturesque rural market town in North Norfolk midway between Norwich and the coast at Cromer.

This very unique, (and large) North Norfolk holiday cottage, a former merchant's house built in the 16th Century, features a look-out-tower that offers fantastic far-reaching coastal views across Wells harbour - just minutes away on foot. This luxury coastal cottage sleeps 9.

the Norfolk coast as well as sophistication and charm. The pet-friendly cottage boasts beautiful gardens, exposed beams, myriad light and airy spaces, quality finishes and a lovely seaside escape.

Lighthouse View is a luxurious Victorian cottage nestled in the seaside location of Gorleston-on-Sea in Norfolk. The pet-friendly cottage retains original features and enjoys views to the sea and the horizon, and boasts a characterful courtyard with a hot tub, plus open-plan spaces and a log fire.

The Old Butcher’s Shop in Docking, Norfolk offers a soft palette with dashes of colour in a detached rural cottage just moments from the coast. The pet-friendly cottage blends luxury with country charm and features an open fire, a games room and multiple sun-drenched spaces to relax and socialise.

Keepers Cottage in the civil parish of Middleton, Norfolk, is a traditional Victorian cottage set on an arable farm, a light and airy property lovingly converted into a dog-friendly holiday home featuring three king-size bedrooms (two with en-suites), spacious sitting room, and a stone courtyard.

Valonia is an impressive coastal cottage set within Cromer Lighthouse and beside Royal Cromer Golf Course. Sitting above the cliffs, it enjoys wonderful views to the horizon and a sea breeze and is just a stroll from Cromer and the Norfolk coast. Relax and unwind in generous grounds and comfort.

Miller’s Loft is a romantic cottage sitting amidst lush green countryside in Erpingham, Norfolk. The luxuriously-appointed cottage offers beautiful views from its generous deck and draws in natural light to the contemporary open-plan living space. Explore the region and relax by the wood burner.

Vaulted beamed ceilings and contemporary comforts greet visitors at 5c Hideways, a coastal cottage just moments from the beaches of Hunstanton. The single-storey cottage promises light and airy open-plan spaces and a sunny courtyard, as well as a sea breeze and access to the coastline of Norfolk.

The Lodge is a cosy romantic cottage boasting a private hot tub & a glorious sunroom. The rural cottage lies close to the centre of Coltishall & is well-appointed and stylish. Multiple furnished areas provide space to relax in the garden and the cottage is between the Norfolk country and its coast.

5a Hideways is a delightful end-terrace cottage sitting within walking distance of Hunstanton’s beaches and centre. The contemporary, single-storey coastal cottage in Norfolk boasts an open-plan design and vibrant décor, as well as light and airy spaces, generous rooms and a breezy, sunny courtyard.

Apple Tree Cottage is in the grounds of The Old Vicarage near the medieval village of Little Walsingham. It features an open plan kitchen/dining/ sitting room with french doors onto patio area. The rear garden gives wonderful countryside views.

Elwin House is a large Victorian townhouse just 200m from the beach in Cromer. This pet-friendly holiday cottage in North Norfolk makes an ideal base for memorable group holidays and celebrations with its ocean views, sea breeze and an interior boasting comfort and period features.

The luxury accommodation for two people is in a quiet part of North Norfolk. The Studio overlooks unspoilt countryside lying within the Broads National Park but is only a couple of miles from the beautiful beaches of the Deep History Coast. A superb location for walkers, cyclists and bird watchers.

Estcourt House is a well presented Grade II listed Georgian house in the idyllic village of Burnham Market. A stylish and comfortable home from home which is perfect for family get-togethers, larger groups and special occasions.

Gently Down the Stream is an impressive riverside cottage set by the banks of the River Bure in Horstead, Norfolk. The pet-friendly cottage features exposed beams and character, as well as sophistication and views. Fishing, tennis, kayaking and relaxation are also on offer, and the coast is nearby.

Fall Echoes is a charming wooden-clad rural cottage in a serene setting near Gresham in Norfolk. The pet-friendly cottage lies near the coast offering spacious lawned grounds with fresh country air, plus outdoor entertaining areas, airy, open-plan spaces, and contemporary design with artworks.

Dotted with wooden groynes and rows of beach huts, many of North Norfolk’s beaches are massive stretches of sand and shingle, perfect for long days by the sea. Holkham and Wells-next-the-Sea are two of the best. Family days out on self-catering holidays in North Norfolk include a ride on the region’s steam railway, known as the ‘Poppy Line’, which passes through some of the county’s most idyllic countryside, and boat trips to see the country’s biggest seal colony at Blakeney Point. A wander along Cromer Pier is highly recommended, with loads of nostalgic amusements and a historic theatre at its end. Sheringham is undoubtedly one of the region’s prettiest towns, and a must-see during your stay in a North Norfolk holiday cottage. Backed by a promenade and rows of beach huts, its beach is a glorious spot for sunbathing or a bracing dip in the sea.