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Our self-guided walking tours in England are full of delightful coast and countryside discoveries. Whether your walking holiday turns out to be a first introduction to East Anglia and or a chance to get reacquainted with Suffolk and Norfolk, these ancient lands offer inspiration around almost every turn in the footpath.

Click on the map to find out more about hiking tours UK in Norfolk or Suffolk.

Take a look at the full Walking Breaks portfolio of walking tours in Suffolk and Norfolk

Find out more about the towns, villages and places of interest on our walking tours 
in Suffolk , Norfolk .

Why walking tours in these parts of England? Ah, let’s see…

The greenest East Anglian fields dotted with poppy-reds; the biggest, bluest skies speckled with flocking birds. Time-honoured footpaths and little lanes; pilgrim paths and ancient trading routes. Mighty flint churches, fine with flushwork and wrought-iron kissing gates. Maltings and mills. Market towns, pubs and pastel-washed cottages. Castles fit for kings; comfortable country inns offering walkers a special welcome; just gentle inclines as your inclination takes you.

Coastline stretches of golden sand or shingle; dunes and craggy cliff; sea lavender and samphire. River Stour meanders in Constable and Gainsborough’s picturesque homelands. The winding creeks of Nelson’s childhood sailing grounds. Haunting salt marshes; refined seaside resorts. Cromer crabs. Field-fresh asparagus. Oysters from the Orford smokehouse. A well-deserved pint of Adnams in its Southwold home. Every walk, a different feast of local flavours.

Comfortable accommodation – places to stay and put your feet up

Half-timbered coaching inns, complete with a snug and roaring log fire. A converted flint-faced barn or smartly relaxed hotel by the sea. A pantiled pub gone warmly provençal. Places cherished by locals and visitors alike, where locally sourced food takes pride of place on the menu.

The accommodation for our walking tours in England, Suffolk and Norfolk is not just well-located for your gentle adventures – it is also personally selected by our experienced team for your comfort, so you can really relax into every bit of your time away.

All our accommodation is of a very high standard. Our Walking Breaks feature mainly hotels and some B&Bs awarded three, four or even five stars according to national classifications.

Hearty breakfasts and more food for thought

Our hotel stays for hiking tours UK, Suffolk and Norfolk are arranged on a bed and breakfast basis but in our route notes, we point out great places to stop for lunch, tea, a picnic or refreshing pint. We also give tips for evening meals, either at the hotel or nearby restaurants so you can get a real local taste for the place.

Trekking Holidays in Norfolk & Suffolk:

Getting to the start of your adventure

Suffolk and Norfolk are charmingly rural. Neither county even has a motorway, but then you don’t have to have a car to get to your first port of call. Our UK walking tours are designed to be accessible by rail with a short local taxi transfer. We can help organise that, or if you do come by car, sort you out with free parking for the duration of your stay.

Luggage transfers and so much more

At Walking Breaks, as you take yourself off on your day of exploration on foot, we’ll be taking your luggage to wait for you at your next accommodation – and we’re at the end of the phone if you need us. Our walking breaks are graded and we are very happy to chat things through at the time of booking to help ensure that your walking holiday in Suffolk or Norfolk is right for you.