Norfolk and Suffolk offer a warm and friendly welcome to visitors however long you are staying, and each have their own unique attractions and sights to see with differing experiences for all members of the family. If you are looking for peace and tranquility or prefer the buzz of traditional seaside resorts both counties will meet the entertainment needs of your family. There are holiday options to suit all requirements and budgets, ranging from hotels to self catering apartments and cottages, camping, unique experience and holiday and caravan parks.
Both counties share a border, as well as miles of stunning natural coastline with golden sandy beaches often set against beautiful reserves, heath and woodland. There are good transport links and roads offering options for moving around both counties with ease, enabling you to explore all that is on offer and ensure the family can enjoy a great day out.
There are a wide variety of eating options available throughout the counties in market towns, villages, seaside resorts and in the city of Norwich, ranging from traditional to unique international dining experiences. Family and pet friendly pubs will give you a warm welcome, all offering good value for money and most with outdoor play areas and children’s menus.
The famous magical waterways of the Norfolk Broads also extend into Suffolk for those who prefer a boat-based holiday. Explore the many waterside centres, quaint towns and villages or experience the many different sporting activities ranging from canoeing and boating to walking or cycling nature trails and designated pathways.
There are so many exciting options for family days out with the kids within easy reach of the Norfolk Broads and seaside resorts, most of them now open all year round. The Sealife Centre in Great Yarmouth and Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens just a few miles north of Great Yarmouth offer excellent family days out and the Oasis Camel Park in Suffolk is an unforgettable experience. Norfolk and Suffolk abound with parks, nature reserves, stately homes, museums, gardens, churches and castles. For ‘thrill seeking’ family fun and adventure visit the Pleasure Beach along the Golden Mile in Great Yarmouth or Pleasurewood Hills near Lowestoft in Suffolk.
The options for ‘Best Days Out’ in Norfolk and Suffolk are endless! All you need to do is browse through our listings at your leisure and select an attraction which will absolutely provide hours of fun for all of the family. Take a look, you will not be disappointed!