November Holidays

November Holiday Destinations

Never has there been so many November holiday destinations. With everyone wanting that bit of Winter sun to perk us up.  You could choose destinations such as Dubai, Morocco, Turkey, or Gran Canaria? Grabbing some extra sun during the Winter months has been proven to be beneficial in many ways. Importantly the sun provides us with Vitamin D, helps us with better mood, improved sleep, and lower blood pressure. Post Covid-19 foreign travel has become more difficult with rules and regulations changing all the time and the extra expense of additional PCR tests. In addition to this the cost of travelling abroad has become increasingly more expensive. Don’t go through that stress when you can benefit from some UK Winter sun.

Sunny East of England

The East of England recorded 19,000 hours of sun from 2009-2019, during the winter months. In the winter of 2019, the East of England officially clocked up 323 hours of winter sun! clearly making this the place to head to for some winter sun. Take a trip along the East Suffolk Lines which connect coastal towns across the East of England. During your trip you can travel through the traditional towns and Broads National Park and across the Carlton Marshes Nature Reserve. Undoubtedly with all this winter sunshine, you’re bound to have stunning views for the whole journey. Book now with a low deposit of £25 and visit the sunny East of England where we have over 600 properties.

November Holiday Destinations

Best Holiday Destinations in November

Some say the best holiday destinations in November are sun drenched foreign shores. Unquestionably, there is a lot to be said for wrapping up and taking a walk along the rugged British coastline. Undoubtedly there is no better way to blow away the cobwebs. Pair this up with a stay in a cosy lodge and its your ideal late autumn break away. The East of England is truly stunning all year round.  As the crowds disappear the true beauty of this coastline shines. From coastal walks to quaint villages, and traditional seaside piers. The East coastline has a special allure. You may end up with the beach to yourself. Wrap up warm and head to the coast for a bracing autumn walk.

Horsey Seals

Just 12 miles from Great Yarmouth is the coastal village of Horsey. Horsey’s pale sand and huge skies are stunning at any time of the year. But as the winter storms roll in and the summer colour drains from the landscape, this stretch of coastline comes alive with hundreds of breeding grey seals. A trip to Horsey can be extremely memorable however before you arrive we suggest visiting the Friends of Horsey Seals website for guidance on how to stay safe and importantly keep the seals safe.

Suffolk Heritage Coast

Tucked away between the mouth of the river Blythe and the Suffolk coast, Walberswick is definitely worth a visit this winter. With miles of marshland, heath, and coast to enjoy clearly Walberswick is ideal for a winter walk. Despite being a vibrant holiday destination during the summer, its far more relaxed and quite during the winter, with Pump Mill ruins and stunning natural scenery, contrasted with the historic village, there is so much to enjoy. With lodges at Carlton Meres you can head back for that all important Hot Chocolate and to put your feet up.

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Holidays in November 2022

Now is the time to think about Holidays in November 2022. Autumn breaks are becoming increasingly popular book now to avoid disappointment. With low deposits of £25 now is the time to book and benefit from paying off your break over time. Low deposits mean you can afford to upgrade your holiday and stay in a lodge or take the whole family away in one of our houses.

For the ultimate autumn retreat book Violet Cabin at Wildflower Meadows. With its very own Swedish wood burning hot tub, Violet Cabin unquestionably is the ultimate relaxation cabin. Wildflower is set in the heart of Rural Norfolk near to Stoke Ferry. A short drive from Wildflower will find you at Lynford Arboretum, Thetford Forest. Noted for its variety of bird life, spring flowers and autumn fungi, the arboretum is the perfect place for some peace and quiet. The autumnal colours are not to be missed.

Low Deposit Luxe

With just a £25 deposit you can secure a 7-bedroom 14 berth villa for the whole family. Struggle to get everyone together at Christmas. Then book Dana Lodge today for next November and have a pre-Christmas celebration with the whole family. With a heated outdoor pool, two hot tubs, sauna, and games room this villa will keep everyone entertained. Finished to an extremely high quality you can relax in luxury and enjoy a pre festive celebration with your loved ones.

UK November Holidays

November sees our skies and towns illuminated with a dazzling array of colour. With celebrations and festivals ranging from Diwali to Guy Fawkes to early Christmas Markets November is the time to explore the UK. No visit to Great Yarmouth at this time of year would be complete without a drive along the seafront illuminations. Be dazzled as you make your way along the illuminated promenade with lights both over head and adorning the seafront arcades.

Remember, remember the 5th of November

Early November sees our skies full of whizzes, bangs and colour as we celebrate Bonfire Night. Join in the fun with a stay in Hunstanton with both Lees and Manor Park still open in the Winter. Organised by the Hunstanton Round Table, The Hunstanton Bonfire Night is one of the largest displays in the area and gets bigger and better every year. With a funfair, stalls, live music, a large bonfire, stunning fireworks, and a laser show there is something for everyone to enjoy. The event is held on the clifftops at Old Hunstanton so your sure of a stunning display. Book now for next year with just a £25 deposit.

Where to go on Holiday in November

Recharge and refresh with a late autumn break this year. With parks perfectly located for access to the Broads National Park, what better way to blow away the cobwebs than exploring these stunning waterways. Winter on the Broads definitely has its benefits. It is much quieter than the summer months, wildlife thrives, and visitors love the peace that it brings. For wildlife lovers the Broads boasts plenty of birdlife even during the winter months with marsh harriers, mistle thrushes, barn and tawney owls. Keep an eye out at ground level for the chance to spot Chinese water deer or otter enjoying the peaceful waters. Defined by crisp mornings, remarkable sunrises and still waters, winter on the Broads is the very definition of picturesque.

Christmas Shopping

As November comes around our thoughts move to Christmas shopping. With Norwich being only a short drive from the coast make a weekend of it and shop till you drop then relax on the sofa with a sea view. Norwich unquestionably is the most festive town in the East with 7 Christmas Markets in 2021. The largest being the Norfolk Festive Gift and Food Show at the Norfolk Showground. Norfolk’s biggest Christmas Market features hundreds of stalls and everything you will need for the festive season. Pair this with a stay at the Regency Apartments in Great Yarmouth and you will be able to relax by the sea after a day of shopping.

Historic town and port with outstanding heritage.

Book yourself a stay at the historic Ebenezer Chapel to hold an early Turkey & Tinsel celebration for your family. The Chapel is perfectly situated for a visit to Kings Lynn to grab those last-minute presents. Kings Lynn is a truly historic town with a vibrant centre. The Vancouver Quarter features a wide range of both local and national retailers with the town as a whole providing a superb, all-round shopping experience. Shopping done, head back to the chapel, light the wood burner and sink into the sofa with a hot chocolate and a good book. Could you ask for anymore?

Best Holidays In November

For me the best Holidays in November consist of long brisk walk along an empty beach followed by a big bowl of warming soup on the sofa looking out over the sea. A stay at Carlton Meres allows you to enjoy the landscapes of Suffolk at their seasonal best. It’s the perfect time of year to wrap up warm, lace up your boots and escape on a walk with friends and family. Visit Snape Maltings and enjoy walks along the River Alde and surrounding marshes. Take the circular loop through Snape Warren or the Riverside walk to Iken Church, Either one will provide you with beautiful views of the Suffolk Countryside.

Holkham Hall Estate and Beach

For long autumn walks through a stunning estate head to Holkham Hall in Norfolk. During the colder months you will be able to see the Fallow Deer in all their glory. Watch from afar as the Deer rut to show dominance in the herd. With a stunning location on the north Norfolk coast and at the heart of a thriving 25,000 acre estate, Holkham Hall is described as an exceptional place, rich in history, architecture and wildlife. The seat of the Earls of Leicester, this elegant 18th century mansion is still very much a lived-in family home which the family take pride in sharing with visitors.

The estate covers much of the Norfolk Coastline including the quaint harbour town of Wells-next-the-Sea. With its delis and coffee shops Wells is a vibrant town with a rich history. Take a walk along the harbour towards the beach and you will be rewarded with sandy beaches and pine lined dunes to explore. The pastel beach huts line the beach and make a stunning backdrop for any family photo. Pinefields Holiday is literally a stones throw from the beach itself. Book here today and enjoy a stroll over first thing in the morning to swim in undisturbed waters.

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