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Best Western have 6 hotels in Norfolk

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If you're looking for a hotel in Norfolk, Best Western has 5 beautiful establishments to choose from, spread throughout the county to enable our guests to experience city, countryside and coastal Norfolk.

Town and city breaks in Norfolk

Norwich, the county town of Norfolk, has a long and rich history. Until the Industrial revolution it vied with Bristol to be England's second city and was the capital of England's most populous county. There are plenty of historic landmarks and buildings to see after leaving your Norfolk hotel. Today the city is constantly buzzing, a truly metropolitan place packed with things to do and see. Shortlisted for the first 'UK City of Culture,' there is plenty going on, including many high-profile organisations such as the Norwich Theatre Royal, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, the Norwich Playhouse and the Maddermarket Theatre. The city has been voted one of the UK's top-ten, shopping destinations and caters for all with its selection of big names and high-street chains, as well as quirky independent stores and unique, upmarket boutiques. If you're looking to book a Best Western hotel in Norfolk, you can't go far wrong with this exciting, vibrant city. Norfolk has a number of old and traditional market towns dotted around. Organic fruit and veg fly off the stalls in Swaffham and King's Lynn. Some of the other more built-up areas worth a visit are Great Yarmouth, and Thetford, all large character with plenty of character and charm.

Holidays in the Norfolk countryside

The county is a truly great destination for all times of year. Its wild appearance and rolling hills are picturesque whether blanketed in snow or shimmering in sunlight. Having one of the lowest population densities of any English county means that there is plenty of rich, green countryside, several internationally important nature reserves, home to a variety of indigenous wildlife, and an impressive distance of unspoilt coastline. The Broads, a well-known network of glistening and wild rivers and lakes, is certainly worth a visit. Choose a Best Western Norfolk hotel outside one of the larger cities and witness the charming little villages that sprinkle the countryside. Thatched roofs and traditional fisherman's cottages are the norm in many of these forgotten pockets of Eastern England.

Beach holidays in Norfolk

There are plenty of seaside towns dotted along the beautiful Norfolk coast. If you're keen on a seaside trip, have a look at our Norfolk hotel in Hunstanton, a delightful small town, known as 'Sunny Hunny,' one of the few places in eastern England where the sun can be seen setting over the sea. Help the kids catch their own Cromer crab, or pluck salty samphire from the marsh. Watch the picturesque fishing boats bob jovially on the waves and delight in their trawls - troves of sumptuous cockles and muscles, glistening in the famous Norfolk sun. A trip to the sea is fantastic fun for all ages and with the numerous activities, attractions and sights, Norfolk's seaside towns are guaranteed fun for the whole family.

Attractions in Norfolk

There is plenty on offer in this beautiful county. Multiple stately homes, including Blickling Hall, said to be Anne Boleyn's birthplace, provide a bit of majesty and sophistication to their respective localities with acres of beautiful, landscaped, public gardens stretching as far as the eye can see. As well as many museums, theatres and nature reserves, there are plenty of children-orientated attractions such as dinosaur parks and theme parks. If you are on a family holiday, make your way down to 'Pettits Animal Adventure Park' at Reedham where your kids will love the exciting mix of animals, rides and live entertainment. Chug back to your Norfolk hotel on the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway, on which you can wave to the Queen at Sandringham House. There is something here for everyone; the whole family will be occupied all day long. Book a Best Western hotel in Norfolk for a delightful UK short break.

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Attractions in Norfolk:

Fort Paull outside the village of Paull, near Hull. Courtesy of Fort Paull
Fort Paull

Opening times:
Daily 10am-6pm (last admission 4pm) Mar - Oct 2013 (annual)

Leicester Guildhall. Courtesy of Leicester Shire Promotions Limited
The Guildhall

Opening times:
Sat & Mon-Wed 11am-4.30pm; Sun 1pm-4.30pm Feb - Dec 2013; not Thu or Fri (annual)

Jewry Wall Museum

Opening times:
11am-4.30pm Feb - Oct 2013 (annual)

Tottenham Hotspur Crest. Picture courtesy club press office.
Tottenham Hotspur FC 2012/13

Opening times:
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Arsenal FC 2012/13

Opening times:
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

What's on in Norfolk:

Cambridge Science Festival

Dates Open:
12/03/2015 to 25/03/2015

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