Accessible Holidays In Norfolk
Welcome to Norfolk, a captivating county nestled in the east of England, renowned for its captivating landscapes, stunning coastlines, and rich heritage. Explore all and more with our accessible holidays.
Discover top attractions with accessible holidays in Norfolk
Embark on a serene journey through The Broads National Park, a tranquil waterland boasting over 125 miles of navigable waterways. With well-maintained, flat paths and wheelchair-accessible boat tours, this bird-watcher's paradise promises an immersive experience for all.
At North Norfolk, the Holkham National Nature Reserve awaits with its wheelchair-friendly boardwalks winding through dense pine woodland and opening onto the awe-inspiring beachfront. The majestic Sandringham Estate and medieval Norwich Castle roll out the red carpet for all with level access, ramps, elevators, and accessible restrooms. Norwich Castle heightens the experience with sensory experiences, including handling sessions and audio guides.
And let's not forget Norfolk's scenic coastlines, with incredible accessible beaches to enjoy the coastal beauty and refreshing sea air.
Norfolk Broads & Great Yarmouth
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the pride and joy of East Anglia. Abundant wildlife, stunning landscapes, and of course its famous waterways. Where better to enjoy a relaxing staycation?
Accessible accommodation in Norfolk
When it comes to accessible accommodations, Limitless has partnered with a wide range of hotels that prioritise accessibility and comfort. With any disabled holidays you book with us, including to Norfolk, accommodation has been carefully selected and vetted to ensure they meet stringent accessibility standards.
From wheelchair-accessible entrances and adapted bathrooms to spacious rooms and well-equipped facilities, you can rest assured that your accommodation will provide the comfort and accessibility you require.
Where do you offer accessible holidays in Norfolk?
We have a tour that takes you to the Norfolk Broads and Great Yarmouth, where you’ll be able to experience both the beautiful landscapes of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty as well as having fun by the seaside. As part of the trip, you’ll also be able to visit Sandringham Estate.Get More Information