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Norfolk hosts some of the country’s most profound festivals, bringing in tourists from all over the UK and it’s only right that you stay in the centre of it all in the most popular holiday cottages in Norfolk.
Norfolk will be hosting the King’s Lynn Festival from 14th – 27th July, with some of the UK’s most well-known orchestral bands. With the likes of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Courtney Pine, the BBC Big Band and Young Musician Lauran van der Hejden and much more. As well as these great acts headlining the King’s Lynn Festival, there will be an exciting innovation performance of Beethoven’s complete Cello Sonatas, which will be performed by two World class musicians – former BBC Young Musicians Guy Johnston and Malvyn Tan. This festival will be Roland Penrose’s Surrealist Camera and a tribute to his brother Alexander Penrose, the saviour of Lynn’s St. George Guildhall. The festival is coming into its 63rd year, so we’d advice booking your holiday cottages in Norfolk today.
The King’s Lynn Festival is less than a month away and Hall Farm have some great offers available for those thinking of alternative accommodation to a hotel. If you book one of our Norfolk holiday cottages for the family and there are three generations of you, then we’ll give you a bottle of wine on us! Or, if you have a dog and you don’t want to leave it on its own whilst you’re away, then our dog friendly cottages means that your four legged furry friend can stay for free!
With the summer holidays slowly approaching, you’ll want to keep the children as entertained as possible and what better way to do this, than a holiday with the family or friends in the beautiful Norfolk Broads. Hall Farm’s holiday cottages Norfolk cater for everyone, so why not take a look at our website today and book your holiday cottage in Norfolk today. You can call us on 01692 630 385 or fill in our contact form.
We hope to see you at Hall Farm’s holiday cottages in Norfolk soon!