Norfolk is emerging as a popular staycation choice for the pleasure seekers all over Scotland. Beating the recession, Norfolk registered a bright holiday season last year and the trend continues to be on even in this season as well. Bringing cheer to holiday home owners and restaurateurs,Norfolk Coast, is gearing up for another “staycation” summer amidst grim reports of plummeting pound, carbon foot prints and the BA strike impasse.
A perfect summer season well complimented by the upbeat mood and an array of outdoor activities including camping, caravaning and boating holidays is sure to bring in more tourists this year to boost the tourist economy. Norfolk has some of the best coastlines and sandy beaches in addition to widely acclaimed nature reserves and resorts topped off with rich culture and heritage and an impressive line up of leisure activities to cater to every tastes.
Norfolk is an interesting city which is easy to explore on foot. There are excellent shopping options, food and drink, beautiful villages , markets and exquisite medieval churches. Norfolk has accommodation options to suit every budget. From holiday cottages, B&Bs and guest houses, holiday parks, campsites and boutique and country house hotels to star hotels and resorts there is something for everyone here!
As the Easter weekend is fast drawing near, the tourism industry in Norfolk is optimistic of a busy year ahead. The Tourism summit, initiated by the Norfolk Norfolk Business Forum, with West Norfolk Council and North Norfolk District Council, attended by over 60 exhibitors showcased the tourist packages and attractions that Norfolk has to offer.With the general election looming it is particularly important for Norfolk to convey the message that it is open and ready for business.With the interest in the ‘staycation’ holiday theme becoming popular by the day, Norfolk is all set to be a hot spot in the domestic tourism map and the advance bookings suggest that many British tourists are once again planning holidays to Norfolk!