The county of Norfolk is a real treasure trove for UK holidaymakers. In addition to housing some of the country's most exquisite countryside and coastlines, the county hosts a number of vibrant towns and cities, with a rich history to boot. The blend of rural delights and vibrant towns makes Norfolk a particular hit among adventure sports fans. With so many excellent adventure sport hotels in the county, visitors are genuinely spoilt for choice.
Water Sports on the Broads
The Broads are probably Norfolk's most famous attraction. Constructed centuries ago as a means of acquiring peat and then flooded to form a network of waterways, today the Norfolk Broads are used more for pleasure than anything else. The range of lakes and rivers is perfect for all kinds of water sports, from gentle sailing to kayaking.
As the Broads spread across much of East Anglia, it couldn't be easier to find a hotel in a convenient location. The Wayford Bridge Inn gets visitors close to the water, offering excellent views across the Broads.
An Exciting Adventure Centre
Visitors to Norfolk who are keen to try their hand at all manner of outdoor adventure sports could really up the adrenaline levels by checking into one of the county's best-known adventure centres. The Extreeme Adventure Park features high ropes, zip wires, climbing and the popular 3G swing. The rural location isn't far from King's Lynn, which means visitors have their pick of plenty of the finest hotels in Norfolk.
Rural Hotels in Norfolk
Not everyone likes to do their adventure sports in a specialist environment. For some people, the real joy of adventure sports lies in getting out into the wild and doing things for yourself. Fortunately, thanks to the wealth of rural and remote hotels in Norfolk, there's plenty of opportunity for holidaymakers to do exactly that.
Decoy Barn is a wonderfully located guest houses, a little way outside of Great Yarmouth. The period property offers easy access to some of the county's finest countryside, as well as an exquisite riverside walk, which is also suited to cycling. There's a lovely garden and even free WiFi throughout - which is ideal for guests keen to research the local area.