The summer heatwave that seems to have lasted for ever is finally starting to fade, children are returning to school and Norfolk is assuming its normal quiet. Even for Norfolk, the last few months have been exceptional. However, if you are considering a holiday in Norfolk it is worth remembering we are the driest County in the UK.
Even in Winter there is a much greater chance of dry days. In December, The Broads has average rainfall of 5.5 cms while Cornwall will be drenched with 12 cms. Apart from splendid walks along isolated beaches, we can offer one of the UKs largest colony of seals.
Or visit The Hippodrome Winter Spectacular or enjoy shopping in the ancient City of Norwich.
There is so much to do in Norfolk this Autumn and Winter. We offer warm, comfortable cottages ideal for out of season breaks in the Norfolk Broads National Park.