Guest Houses

Guest Houses

Guest House Accommodation in the Norfolk Broads is available throughout Broadland. Guest Houses can be found along the beautiful coast and in many of the quaint villages in the countryside. All offering comfortable Guest House facilities for the holiday maker.

How to choose and book the right Guest House

Please browse through the listings below for more information or alternatively click on the map to discover where the guest house are located.

You will often find the the best price by booking direct with the owners online or over the telephone. Simply click on the 'Website' button found on each listing to be taken to their website or booking page.  If booking by 'phone, don't forget to mention that you found them on

Seashells Guest House - Pet Friendly
Seashells Guest House - Pet Friendly
Seashells Guest House is perfect for a seaside shopping spree, a theatre-break, or simply just a base for exploring Great Yarmouth and the Norfolk Broads.
Recruiting Sergeant
The Recruiting Sergeant in the village of Horstead, near Coltishall offers superb luxury bed and breakfast accommodation and wonderful food
The Coach House Wroxham
The Coach House is a high quality bed and breakfast dedicated to hospitality, your wellbeing and comfort, based in Wroxham only 150 yards from Wroxham Broad.
Church Farm B&B
A luxury 4 start guesthouse perfectly located for exploring the Norfolk Broads and coast just 5 miles from Norwich.
Marine Lodge
Superb sea views from many of our rooms.
The Fjaerland
The Fjaerland enjoys sea and beach views from most rooms, all en suite, with a reputation for fine standards and cleanliness.
Butterley House
Butterley House is situated on a working farm near Bungay in a peaceful and relaxing setting in the heart of the Waveney Valley on the Southern Broads.
The Merivon Guesthouse
Housed in an elegant three-floor Victorian property, our high-quality, award-winning B & B in Great Yarmouth has five tastefully appointed rooms
Regency Guest House
Lovely bed and breakfast property tucked away in the picturesque and peaceful village setting of Neatishead on an offshoot of the River Ant and Barton Broad