If you’re looking for somewhere to stay but don’t fancy a hotel then there are plenty of self catering cottages in Norfolk to choose from for your holiday. We’ve searched high and low across Norfolk to find some of the best self catering options out there. For more choice, take a look at Norfolk Country Cottages.

Cromer Lodge, Felbrigg Hall

self-catering cottage cromerThis quirky little cottage is situated in the grounds of Felbrigg Hall near Cromer. It’s perfectly situated for some beautiful walks and is in easy reach of the beach and some of North Norfolk’s lovely little market towns.

The cottage sleeps two people in one room and two nights in peak season will cost between £317 and £415.

Take a look at National Trust Cottages for further details. Images by David Kirkham.

Primula Lodge, Coltishall

Primula LodgeThis photo of Primula Lodge is courtesy of TripAdvisor

If you’re looking for an affordable self catering cottage in Norfolk, this would be a great choice. It sleeps six and prices start from £37 per night.

Primula LodgeThis photo of Primula Lodge is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Coltishall is just 20 minutes from Norwich and within easy reach of many other towns, the beach and beautiful countryside. Take a look at the Trip Advisor listing for further info.

East Barn, Fakenham

East Barn with Pool
This photo of East Barn with Pool is courtesy of TripAdvisor

This beautiful barn conversion sleeps six people and has access to a shared indoor pool and games room. It’s a great place for the whole family to stay in a wonderful part of Norfolk.

East Barn with Pool
This photo of East Barn with Pool is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Fakenham is a lovely little market town with plenty to see and do. The East Barn is near some great attractions such as the Thursford Collection and Pensthorpe Nature Reserve.

Prices start from £89 per night. Take a look at the Trip Advisor listing for further info.

Mirablis, Wroxham

If you’re looking for somewhere on the water then this would be the perfect place. Situated on the river Bure, it’s a lovely little rental house that can sleep up to eight. The accomodation is spread over three floors with the master bedroom being at the top with great views. To the rear of the house there’s access to private mooring.

This is a great self catering cottage if you intend to spend your time sailing through the Norfolk Broads. Prices start from £150 per night. Take a look at the Mirablis website for further info.

We’d love to hear from people who have stayed in self catering cottages Norfolk, or from accommodation owners who would like to be featured on Love Norfolk.