Where to stay in Norfolk: 10 of the most unique places
From yurts to treehouses, a showman’s wagon to a WW2 lookout tower - 10 unique places to holiday in Norfolk in 2020.

7 Storey Grade II Listed Windmill | Stoke Ferry | From £290 pn | More info

Located in the quiet village of Stoke Ferry on the east coast, this impressive windmill has been carefully refurbished to provide 7 floors of cutting edge design. Sleeping up to 16 people and with large grounds, heated outdoor pool and its very own games barn, The Old Mill is the perfect retreat

Yurt & Iron Age Roundhouse | Mattishall | From £48 pn | More info

Discover a secret meadow and spend summers days in the heart of rural Norfolk with a thatched Iron Age round house as your living room with a Yurt as your bedroom. Just 12 miles from Norwich and on the outskirts of Mattishall, this secluded location is a perfect quirky retreat.

The Albatros | Wells-next-the-Sea | From £45 pn | More info

The Albatros is a former Dutch cargo ship built in 1899 as a North Sea clipper. She is one of the oldest sailing ships still afloat. Instead of sailing the high seas the Albatros is now permanently moored alongside the Quay of Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk and used as a bar, restaurant, music venue and B&B.

Victorian School House | Ringland | From £775 pn | More info

Set in the rural village of Ringland, this exquisite victorian school house has been beautifully converted in to accommodation for up to 20 people. With stunning private gardens, a heated pool and a decor fit for a King, this property is the perfect setting to socialise and entertain whilst enjoying all Norfolk has to offer.

Treehouse Holidays | West Lexham | More info

Get back to nature whilst enjoying some home comforts! Treehouse Holidays at West Lexham, Norfolk, offer a range of delightful handcrafted treehouses to stay in. From the top of the range 2-storey treehouses with fitted kitchens and en-suites to something a little more rustic, there is something for everyone here. What’s more, they even have glamping options with bell tents and other accommodation available.

The Signal Box |Melton Constable | From £101 pn | More info

The Signal Box is a beautifully restored and converted Edwardian signal box, located in Melton Constable, just 8 miles from Blakeney. Set amidst beautiful landscaped grounds and with rural views aplenty, this is a truly unique holiday stay.

Traditional Showman’s Wagon | Helhoughton | From £52 pn | More info

Not something you see everyday! Built around 1900 for a travelling fairground showman, this wagon has been lovingly restored to maintain its original features and is now available to hire for a truly unique Norfolk stay.

The Control Tower | North Creake | £110 – £140 pn | More info

Originally built in 1943 on the former RAF North Creake Airfield, its purpose was to control all 199 and 171 Squadrons take-offs and landings. It has now been lovingly restored to the iconic landmark it once was and utilised as an B&B.

WW2 Cliff Lookout | Cromer | From £97 pn | More info

With exceptional cliff top views combined with a wonderful piece of history, this WW2 lookout offers a great Norfolk getaway. Set in secluded woodland, it is just a 10 minute walk from Cromer beach.

South East Tower | Great Yarmouth | £100 pn | More info

The medieval South East Tower is located in Great Yarmouth, overlooking the town and sea. Boasting 5 floors and accommodation comprising of lounge, fully equipped kitchen and dining area, this historic property sleeps 4-6 people.

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