Hotels in Norfolk

Average price from £35

Norfolk hotels

Thanks to the county’s award-winning beaches, fun seaside towns, the famous Norfolk Broads and a successful finance sector, our Norfolk hotels are a favourite for holidaymakers and people on work trips alike. For anyone looking for a budget holiday, we also have a range of budget hotels in Norfolk.

Hotels in Norfolk
  • Norwich City Centre (Duke Street)

    Duke Street Norwich Norfolk NR3 3AP
    (14.4 miles) Based on 925 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £39.00
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  • Norwich Nelson City Centre

    Prince Of Wales Road Norwich Norfolk NR1 1DX
    (15 miles) Based on 1146 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £59.50
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  • Norwich Airport

    Delft Way Norwich Airport Norwich NR6 6BB
    (13.1 miles) Based on 278 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • Norwich East (Broadlands/A47)

    Broadland Business Park Old Chapel Way Norwich NR7 0WG
    (17.7 miles) Based on 477 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • Norwich West (Showground/A47)

    Longwater Interchange Dereham Road New Costessey NR5 0TP
    (9.6 miles) Based on 272 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • Great Yarmouth

    North River Road Runham Vauxhall Great Yarmouth NR30 1SH
    (32.1 miles) Based on 182 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £43.50
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Things to do in Norfolk

Norwich

The capital of Norfolk has plenty to entertain kids and grown-ups. Think tempting shops, an intriguing history dating back to Roman times, great galleries such as the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, and Norwich Castle and Museum.

Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth is exactly what a seaside town should be: fun, family-friendly, packed with classic seafront attractions and of course, it has a brilliant, sandy beach. 

Norfolk Broads

The Norfolk Broads is an extensive network of waterways, cycle paths, serene countryside and rare wildlife. Explore them by boat (sail yourself or go on a guided boat trip), on two wheels or on foot. Villages and country pubs are on standby to break up your journey.