Belle Aire is the perfect base for exploring the beautiful beaches that Norfolk has to offer. Whether you want to wander up the road to bask in the golden sands of Hemsby Beach, take the dog for a walk up to Winterton Beach, or head over to Horsey for some sealwatching, we are the ideal jumping off point for a beach holiday in Norfolk.
The Norfolk Broads are a series of rivers and broads (lakes), most of which are navigable. The Norfolk Broads have been coined ‘Britain’s Magical Waterland’ which represents the mystic beauty of the rivers, with the fun and adventure that the whole family can enjoy whilst on a holiday on the Broads.
Not only is Norfolk home to stunning beaches and the famous Norfolk broads, Norfolk is also a top destination for woodland and gardens. So if you don’t fancy getting sand between your toes, or you’re keen to explore the local wildlife and wild flowers, you will be spoilt for choice.
Norwich is the heart of Norfolk, and just 23 miles (35 mins by car) from Belle Aire / Hemsby. As one of the top 10 places in the UK to shop, Norwich offers high street names, department stores, independent shops, designer labels, shopping centres and much much more.
Steeped in history, Norwich has over 1,500 historic buildings, including 2 cathedrals and a Norman castle, Medieval churches, cobblestone streets, museums and art galleries. It’s also the home to the Canaries, Norwich City’s Football Club.
Norwich is also famous for its market, which is open seven days a week and provides everything from domestic appliance parts to Chinese food from stall holders, many whom have held stalls for generations.
Norfolk is a county which is steeped in History. From Celtic Queens and Roman Empires, to Saxon and Viking rule. Wherever you are in the county, there is plenty of history to explore, from the more ancient ruins of Roman towns to more modern history which is showcased in local museums.
Zoos, theme parks, attractions, petting farms, stately houses and museums. Norfolk is arguably one of the most family friendlly counties. With so much to see and do, from the stunning sandy beaches to exploring Great Yarmouth, whether you are 5 or 65, a holiday at Belle Aire has everything which you could wish for.
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Holiday fun on your doorstep. Hemsby is brimming with fun holiday activities on top of the beach. Think crazy golf, amusements, local shops and more! Combined with a range of on site activities such as an outdoor Children’s playground, you don’t need to wander far from Belle Aire for an activity packed holiday.
Great Yarmouth, often known to locals as Yarmouth, is one of the largest coastal towns in Norfolk. It is just 7 miles south of Hemsby, so Belle Aire is ideally placed for taking in all the attractions that Great Yarmouth has to offer. Yarmouth is a family-friendly destination and has a superb choice of places to eat and drink, a bustling town centre and a large number of regional attractions, including the Golden Mile on the seafront, Britannia and Wellington Piers, Hippodrome Circus, Sealife Centre, The Pleasure Beach, and a model village – to name but a few.