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Situated in the east of England, just a short way outside the capital, Norfolk is an ideal place to steal away with your loved one for a well-deserved break. With its blend of vibrant cities and picturesque rural spots, the county is sure to win over your heart in no time. Proud of its reputation as one of the UK's premier holiday destinations, Norfolk is peppered with enchanting romantic hotels.
Holidays in Norfolk are all about getting away from it all and taking the chance to unwind. What better way to let your hair down than by indulging in a luxurious spa? Well the good news is that Norfolk is packed with them.
Heacham Manor is one of the highest-rated spa hotels in Norfolk. The exclusive five-star resort is located in the north of the county, on the edge of the idyllic seaside resort of Hunstanton. The hotel features a fully-equipped, state of the art spa and the stunning beach at Hunstanton is just minutes away. With its unique west-facing aspect, Hunstanton is undoubtedly the best place in Norfolk to catch a sunset with your beloved - how romantic is that!
Norfolk's only city is a vibrant and fascinating historical centre. The cobbled, pedestrianised streets in the centre are perfect for shopping in the day, while the myriad bars and restaurants will keep you both entertained when night falls. There are also a number of theatres in town.
As you'd expect, the city is the location of some of the most exquisite romantic hotels in Norfolk. For a more intimate stay, check into one of Norwich's excellent family-run B&Bs.
The countryside is surely one of Norfolk's biggest attractions. From the low-lying meadows to the picturesque Broads, there's plenty to be explored. Norfolk's rural side is also the site of some truly elegant hotels.
It doesn't get much more elegant than The Old Rectory, a four-star hotel, housed within a spectacular ivy-covered Georgian property. The grounds are lovingly manicured and all rooms are finished to an impressively high standard. There's even an outdoor pool to boot.