Golden sands and big skies

With its charming waterways, unspoilt coastline, bustling seaside resorts and wide open skies, Norfolk makes a wonderfully tranquil break. The dynamic city of Norwich holds a wealth of historic treasures in its museums, galleries and architecture. However, Norfolk is perhaps best loved for the windswept coast, rich birdlife, idyllic marshlands and pretty villages dotting its epic landscapes.


Where land and water combine

“We spent 5 days in Norwich and the surrounding area, it was perfect and highly recommendable! Our coach company was great as ever, driver was excellent, the itinerary and Success Tours were also excellent – 5 out of 5! We were very happy with everything!”Ann, Group Organiser

From £719 per person

based on two sharing in a twin/double room, with a minimum of 30 passengers travelling in a specific month

Best time to go

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Suggested Hotel

Heacham Manor Hotel

  • Grade II listed country house in North Norfolk near the North West Norfolk Coast
  • Set in beautiful grounds
  • Lovely bar & restaurant

Not the hotel for your group? Other hotels are available, contact us.


Holkham Hall

This spectacular 18th century Palladian house is rich in history and sits in the heart of a stunning 25,000 acre estate. Grand from the outside, the interior of this Georgian property is nothing short of opulent with its elaborate, colonnaded Marble Hall, magnificent state rooms and Classical Statue Gallery. One of the ten Treasure Houses of England, Holkham has superb collections of paintings, furniture, tapestries and statuary and is surrounded by rolling parkland filled with deer and other wildlife.


The attractive seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea exudes loveliness. With a sweeping golden beach, pine woodlands, a quaint harbour, elegant Georgian houses and cosy cottages along the quay it’s easy to see why Wells charms its visitors year after year.

Norfolk Broads Tour

Explore the idyllic Norfolk Broads on boat journey. Whilst you drift past reedy marshes, the skeletons of windmills and amongst the tangle of bird-filled flora along the banks, learn about the wildlife, history and origin of this tranquil waterland.


The historic city of Norwich has something for everyone. Dotted with medieval treasures, its well-preserved streets are a jumble of cobbled alleys and impressive architecture, topped by its iconic medieval cathedral and the bold block of its castle which has been a landmark of Norwich for 900 years. Vibrant and down-to-earth, Norwich has bustling markets and superb independent shops.

North Norfolk Railway

Also known as the Poppy Line, the North Norfolk Railway is a heritage line running through some of the UK's most stunning coastal scenery. It travels between the charming Victorian town of Sheringham and the lovely Georgian town of Holt.

Norwich Cathedral

Dating from 1096 and set in 44 acres of beautiful grounds, this awe-inspiring, welcoming building is known for its spectacular architecture, magnificent art and a fascinating history. One of the finest complete Romanesque cathedrals in Europe, with the second tallest spire and largest monastic cloisters in England, the cathedral houses more than a thousand beautiful medieval roof boss sculptures and a plethora of art and literary gems.


Best Western Signature George Hotel, Norwich

Located in a quiet conservation area within the city of Norwich and combines the charm of a Victorian House with the style and quality of a contemporary boutique hotel. It boasts a stylish restaurant, bar and lounge and the inviting en-suite bedrooms rooms are comfortable and well-equipped. No lift but ground floor rooms available.

The Prom Hotel, Great Yarmouth

Modern, comfortable and spacious, The Prom Hotel enjoys a lovely position right by the glorious coast of Norfolk. With its own restaurant and a casual bar, it's perfect for group socialising.

Flexible itinerary

There are many National Trust properties in this area; Ely and Cambridge also make great alternative excursions.

Newmarket National Racing Heritage Centre

Within Charles II’s sporting palace and stables you’ll find out all about the history and heritage of horseracing. Explore the National Horseracing Museum and National Gallery for British Sporting Art, and get the chance to interact with retired racehorses in this unique venue.

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