The 8 best places to live in Norfolk
The results are in! See where you voted as the best place to live in Norfolk.
‘Bootiful’ beaches, broads and boltholes plus a capital city bursting with trendy accolades – Norfolk is a great place to live. Plus with so many amazing local producers in Norfolk, the food scene is one of the best in the country.
Remember the Stella Artois campaign 'Reassuringly expensive'? There's a reason Burnham Market's nicknamed Chelsea-on-Sea and it's not because of iced buns.
Maritime West Norfolk town on the banks of the River Ouse with a beautiful historic quarter and rich cultural life.
Built around a six-acre lake known as ‘The Mere’, this ancient market 'slow town' on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk sits at the gateway to the Waveney Valley. Good transport connections make it a great choice for countryside lovers who have to commute.
Vibrant mid-Norfolk market town with lovely architecture between the Bure and Wensum valleys. Muddy Award winning indie shops, gorgeous countryside walks and great local pubs.
This traditional seaside fishing town sits on the tail end of the posher North Norfolk coast, making it more accessible and more fun.
In the 'middle of everywhere' – this market town offers all the benefits of country life, plus lovely independent shops and unique places to relish some of the UK's finest food.
Wymondham is packed with rich heritage including an Abbey plus a nice selection of shops, eateries and great schools.
With its indie shops, buzzy cultural scene and riverside walks Norwich is one of the UK's coolest cities with a radical history and vibrant future-facing energy.