Holiday houses in Norfolk

Rent a house in Norfolk and get the most out of your holiday. Browse 3 holiday houses and narrow down your search by filtering on the number of bedrooms, bathrooms and other facilities

Our best holiday houses in Norfolk

Check out our best holiday houses in Norfolk.
  • House in South Creake, England
    6 bedroom house • Sleeps 14

    Holiday home rental in Norfolk, England

    Large six-bedroom house with a walled garden and private hot tub. Perfect for family getaways and group bookings of up to 14 people.

    From £3,375 per week
  • House in Bodham, England
    3 bedroom house • Sleeps 6

    Holiday home in Norfolk, England

    This 3 bedroom house is located in Bodham and sleeps 6 people. It has barbeque facilities, parking nearby and a gym.

    From £854 per week
  • House in Briston, England
    3 bedroom house • Sleeps 6

    North Norfolk holiday home to rent

    This 3 bedroom house is located in Briston and sleeps 6 people. It has a garden, barbeque facilities and parking nearby.

    From £1,057 per week

Prices and Availability for holiday-houses in Norfolk

Cheapest monthMarch 2023 average weekly price £2,03033% of holiday-houses are available
High seasonAugust 2023 average weekly price £3,41133% of holiday-houses are available

All data is for the next 12 months and all the prices are the average weekly cost (Saturday - Saturday).

Price information for holiday-houses in Norfolk (2023)

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Average weekly price

Average weekly prices for holiday-houses in Norfolk

The prices graph for holiday-houses in Norfolk shows you the average weekly price for one of our holiday-houses over the next twelve months. August and July are the most expensive months to rent a house in Norfolk where the average price is £3,411 in August and £3,076 in July. The cheapest month to rent a house is in January where the average weekly price is £2,024 (07/01 - 14/01). The average price of a house in Norfolk varies considerably between regions, distance from the nearest beach and the size of the house. See the graph for average weekly prices for our top destinations in Norfolk below.

Availability for holiday-houses in Norfolk (2023)

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Weekly availability for holiday-houses in Norfolk

The graph above shows the availability of our house holiday rentals in Norfolk over the next twelve months. August (05/08 - 12/08) is the busiest time to rent a house in Norfolk where none of our holiday-houses are available to book. The quietest time to visit Norfolk at the moment is in December (10/12 - 17/12) where 100% of our holiday-houses have availability.

Travel guide

Holiday houses in Norfolk

Norfolk offers vast beaches and traditional seaside resorts on its north coast, such as Cley and Wells; brightly coloured beach huts, fish and chip shops and of course fishmongers selling Cromer crabs.

A must-see for history buffs is the Queen's country estate at Sandringham and the Palladian mansion of Holkham Hall. There are many other English Heritage and National Trust properties to visit throughout the county, as well as nature reserves bustling with birdlife, and seal-watching boat trips from the coast.

The tranquil Norfolk Broads, dotted with windmills and resonating with birdsong, is worth exploring whether by boat, foot or bike. The pretty flint houses synonymous with Norfolk are found in charming and upmarket villages like Burnham Market and Blakeney, while Norwich, with its 12th century castle, cathedral, lively market and independent shops, combines tradition, culture and shopping. Search for your perfect Norfolk holiday house here.