If you want to stay in a gorgeous historic village choose luxury cottages in Horning. Lying between the rivers Bure and Thurne and dating back to 1020 you couldn’t be in a nicer palace to explore the stunning Norfolk Broads and North Norfolk Coastline. Many of the cottages will have fabulous views, stunning interiors, high-spec fixtures and fittings, you can be detached, have an enclosed garden if taking young children or pets or a hot tub, the choice really is yours.
This is a picturesque waterside village with many waterside properties, shops, pubs and cafes and best viewed from a boat. Time it right to visit the annual boat show in spring which attracts thousands of people who can admire the boats on display and enjoy the nearby exhibits and attractions. Horning ferry is about 1 mile outside the village and the village church is well worth a visit, carry on down the path from the church to see stunning views of the River Bure.
For those who want to get closer to the water the marina and leisure club welcomes visitors to enjoy sailing or canoeing. Walkers and cyclists will be in heaven with something for everyone from gentle strolls to cross country rambles and lots of cycle tracks plus very few hills.
Wildlife spotters can look out for amazing bird life and the Bure Marshes National Nature Reserve, just opposite Horning, has a plethora of birds and insects to discover all year round.
Being in the centre of the Broads you can go off in any direction and come across lovely places like Wroxham, South Walsham, Ludham and Stalham and on the coast famous resorts like Cromer, Happisburgh or Winterton-on-Sea.
5 Star luxury cottages in Horning are the best way to experience this magical part of East Anglia at any time of the year, make sure you book yours today.