Now that our "Indian" summer has been and gone and the children are back to…
The weather forecast in recent times has been surprisingly pleasant, which means that as soon as the weekend comes around plenty of people will once again dig out their barbecues and tarpaulins and head off into the woods for a fun-filled family camping trip. If you are lucky enough to have a garden of your own, then you may decide to invite friends and loved ones around for a gathering outside and sit on the grass, soaking up the September sunshine. Normally, the UK is awash with rain and the daily commute is delayed due to unexpected changes in climate, as gale-force winds and heavy sleet can cause no end of problems on the roads and railways.
However, for some of us it could prove to be the ideal time to take a short vacation, as it is so much quieter around this time of year as opposed in peak season. Now that the school term is in full swing holidays both in Britain and abroad are far more affordable, so it may be an opportune moment to start planning where you wish to venture for your next break away. Of course; the Lake District and the Peak District are both incredibly popular destinations, but have you ever thought about journeying further south in order to take advantage of spectacular views, tranquil surroundings and picture-perfect countryside scenes? If so, then Norfolk has everything you could possibly wish for; and more!
Here at Hall Farm Cottages, we have a diverse and wide ranging assortment of exquisite holiday cottages in Norfolk which are perfect for groups, couples and families. If you are celebrating a special occasion or simply just want to relax and unwind, then these lovely holiday cottages in Norfolk will be absolutely perfect as they are comfortable, spacious and tastefully-designed. You will be able to create lasting and cherished memories which can be relived over and over again, courtesy of Hall Farm Cottages, so why not get in touch with us today and see how we can make your holiday extra-special and magical?