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Then there is the Norfolk Broads, 125 miles of safe, easy-to-navigate waterways which wind lazily through the peaceful countryside. Here are five ideas for a terrific short break in Norfolk.BoatingAs Rat says in Wind in the Willows, '...there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats. And the Norfolk Broads is the perfect place in which to do it. The options for boat hire are truly vast; you can rent a motor boat for just a day; hire a six-berth cruiser for a week or be adventurous and paddle your own Canadian canoe. There are no locks on the Broads to get in your way and the waters are calm and safe for beginners.The larger cruisers have ample accommodation for families and offer all the freedom of self-catering. Plus there are no parking charges!A City BreakFor something completely different why not choose a city break to Norwich? The capital of East Anglia, Norwich was once one of the most important cities in medieval Britain and reminders of this heritage are to be seen everywhere. For example, its Norman cathedral which dominates the landscape for miles around has the biggest cloisters in England and the second tallest church spire.Norwich also has a great nightlife including top-class restaurants and nightclubs. Its theatres offer a wide variety of shows including musicals from Londons West End and the best of todays entertainers.Self-Catering CottagesThere is little to beat the sheer freedom of renting a self-catering cottage for a short break. Norfolk is an ideal choice for this type of holiday as cottages are available throughout the peaceful countryside or, for a more invigorating holiday, choose a seaside cottage. This type of break is a great choice for families with young children as the kids can enjoy a flexibility that isnt possible in a hotel. The cottages are also ideal for a romantic getaway to celebrate an anniversary.Camping BreaksFor those on a budget or those who simply enjoy the adventure of living in a tent, a camping break offers the chance to suit yourself when you come and go. The money saved on accommodation also means more spending money for you. Campsites are quite sophisticated these days and most offer hot water and flushing toilets no need to rough it!Resort Style BreaksOf course, if fending for yourself doesn't hold much appeal you can always consider a fully equipped leisure resort for your break. Leisure resorts take away all the thinking of 'what to do' or 'what to eat' as they provide full board and a programme of games and sports activities to suit the whole family. Often there is a wide range of entertainment to enjoy, all available without having to venture far from your accommodation.As can be seen from the above the selection of short breaks available in Norfolk is pretty extensive and there are choices to suit just about every taste and pocket. Add to this the wonderful open skies and the unique experience of the Norfolk Broads and it is difficult to imagine a more attractive area in which to spend a short break.