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Places to stay in Wighton

Places to stay in Wighton
The cabin is a light comfortable carefully designed and newly built Scandanavian style self-contained building with a complete kitchen, separate shower room and pull down Very comfortable Queen sized bed. It has a television with integral DvD player and heating under the wooden floor. Great Wi-fi, Contemporary lighting. Please note that hot water runs for 5mins very hot then takes 30 mins to reheat to same temp. Please don't change the settings as this will blow the thermostat.
The cabin is in my garden, with parking and just one minute fom the quay And it’s own private patio.. It is central to the shops and restaurants and bars in lovely Wells. Twenty minutes walk to the beach. I make sure that essentials like tea and coffee are available. The bed is made up and there are lots of towels. Shampoo, shower gel and washing up liquid are also ready to go! The kitchen is well equipped for two guests.
Wells is lovely. The sea when the tide is up. Early mornings, the beach. The super independent shops, the pubs, cafes and delis. The ease of living in a small town with a bank, post office and friendly neighbours!
  • Really lovely space in a really lovely spot. Amazing to wake up and be just one minute’s walk from the sea.

    Willum2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect location. Perfect accommodation. Loved it! Will definitely be back! Thanks!

    Dominic2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • I absolutely loved my last minute booking for 2 nights with my dog. I’m certainly going to return as the cabin is very warm and comfortable with great facilities and in a brilliant location. Host was very welcoming and very quick to communicate when I booked. Many thanks

    Tara2020-01-11T00:00:00Z
  • What an amazing Cabin! So clean and cozy warm. Wonderful Kitchen and Bathroom and the Cabin was much larger than we expected. So close to the Quay, Theatre and the fab Shops and Restaurants in Wells next-the-sea. A great find - We will be back again.!

    Jayne2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect location, spotlessly clean and exactly as described. Lovely lovely place

    Lisa2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Kate's little cabin was really gorgeous and amazingly located, felt like we were in the perfect place to go and explore the local villages. It was easy to find and get into and you felt like you had your own little home - very private.

    Mahalah2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely spacious cabin, private & quiet, great location, we had a fabulous time!

    Agnieszka2019-12-03T00:00:00Z
  • What a fab little cabin. The location couldn’t be better with a car parking space. It was clean and comfy with great use of the space. Perfect for a couple

    Peter2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Guest house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Wells-next-the-Sea, United Kingdom

    Flint built Shed, walking distance from a pub serving breakfast There is an en-suite wet room with shower, WC and basin. The Shed is tiny; hair dryer, radio, double bed, peg hooks, soap, kettle, fridge & freezer compartment, microwave, UHT milk, tea, coffee, nibbles. Towels, Egyptian cotton linen is provided. Underfloor heating, tiled floor Terrace and seating for warmer weather. A key safe offers unrestricted access and departure times. There is WiFi but no TV. Plenty of parking on the road
    There is very limited space but the French doors look out over the garden letting light into the room which has a vaulted ceiling. The glass door to the wet room is obscured for privacy but please be aware that the wet room leads directly off the bedroom so best shared with a very good friend! You will hear what is going on in the wet room, please be warned rather than be embarrassed. There is a velux window with no blind so please bring an eye sleep mask if you are sensitive to light, or be prepared to sleep under the covers! Bath towels are provided but due to limited space, no hand towels Guests can make hot drinks, I leave tea, coffee, hot chocolate, sugar and biscuits and there is a very small fridge for keeping drinks and food cool. There is also a microwave for heating up meals. There is an iron, board and a drying rack too. Fresh milk is not provided The flooring throughout is tiled and there is only a single shallow step on the garden path leading to The Shed. I do not allow pets
    The BlueBell pub in Langham is now open, only 5 doors away and offers gastro pub food. The Shed in my garden is only 2 miles from Blakeney with pubs and shops and 2 miles from Morston where there is a lovely pub and trips to sea the seals. Holkham is 20 minutes, regularly voted one of the top 5 beaches in the world! Wells-Next-The-Sea has plenty of shops, award winning pubs and cafes plus the wonderful golden sands of the beach. The Georgian town of Holt is a 10 minute drive and has plenty of shops, galleries and cafes. Burnham Market is 20 minutes away with The Hoste Arms among other eateries and an array of shops. Guests like the Egyptian cotton linen, feather bedding and hot shower in The Shed in my garden. Others have commented about the peace and tranquility and the view of my garden from the cosy warm interior of The Shed. Guests always appreciate the nibbles and facilities for making a drink and it's always easy to park right outside my house. 2020 will see the opening of The Harper, converted from the Langham glass factory offering The Stove restaurant, single use plastic will be a no-no with the additional aim of minimising their carbon footprint as much as possible. All within a 5 minute walk of The Shed.
  • Listing is accurate, will return.

    Stuart2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Super cute little place to stay for a couple of nights! Lovingly decorated and really cosy - obviously a lot of thought has gone into transforming the shed and it really shows. Regular check in messages from Alison and its was super easy to find and check in, only comment is that local transport is limited so would recommend having a car! Thanks a lot, loved staying here.

    Lucy2019-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great venue

    Jason2019-11-21T00:00:00Z
  • Super clean, great value and location. Understanding after I accidentally spilt juice on the duvet. Was happy to replace for a patient host. Great spot! Highly recommended

    Ed2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • My 2nd visit to this amazing hideaway, peaceful location and great location for the coast , a must visit

    Mark2019-10-06T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cosy place to stay-A great base to explore or a cosy hide away to relax and unwind in.

    Mark2019-10-01T00:00:00Z
  • Nice and compact accommodation

    Michael2019-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • This is such a cute place to stay. I loved it. Very clever use of a small space. I loved the peace and quiet with the added bonus of a view onto a colourful garden. I would definitely stay here again.

    Helen2019-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Guest house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Langham, England, United Kingdom

    Ditch the car and explore Wells-next-the-Sea, staying in a stunning shepherd's hut. Cosy wood burner, deliciously comfy bed, en suite shower & WC, kitchenette, garden area, parking. Walk into town to see the working fishing boats, chic shops and fantastic restaurants. Or to the Coast Path and magical views over the salt marsh, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It's become a treat to host special birthdays, anniversaries and mini-moons. COVID-19: No bookings from 23 March until next update
    It has been a real labour of love to source and prepare the shepherd's hut for guests and I hope you enjoy the results. From the plants in the garden to the stylish crockery, everything is designed to create a pretty environment for you to relax in. The rural location gives you a sense of space and the hut has its own drive, parking and garden. Birds and butterflies thrive in the wooded dell, including the resident cuckoo. Sitting at the table inside, you'll see the trees silhouetted against the sunset as you eat an evening meal. In the sunny garden you can spread the day's newspapers out on the picnic bench, topping up coffee from the cafetiere. I also provide deck chairs for basking in the sun. The bed is deliciously comfortable and inviting. The en suite shower and taps have instant hot water. The wood burner is seriously effective and out of season you'll soon find that you're more than toasty. New for winter - heated towel rail in en suite! The hut is also insulated and double-glazed. We have mains water. The electricity is partially supplied by solar panel. I've found ways to provide you with nearly every comfort you'd expect in a normal self-catering property. The only differences are that heating is by the wood burner, cooking facilities are limited and there is currently no wifi or TV. However, the 4G reception is extra good (a by-product of the offshore wind farm) so you can still get online and stream videos. When there are lots of people on the campsite using their showers, the water pressure to the hut may sometimes run low, affecting the consistency of the hot water supply. Bed: Pocket sprung double bed with Cath Kidston duvet cover and hotel-quality towels, sheets and pillows. Storage for your clothes: baskets under the bed, a bespoke ottoman, lots of hooks, hangers. Dining table and chairs, digital radio, Bluetooth sound bar, kitchenette with gas camping stove, full size fridge with ice box. Door leading to en suite shower, washbasin and wc. Liquid soap, shower gel and moisturiser provided. Shelves and storage for your additional toiletries, shaving mirror. Garden: Picnic bench, garden bench, deck chairs to relax with a book and glass of wine, Weber BBQ. Parking: Designated car parking for one car. Heating: Wood burner. Also provided: Enough wood and kindling to get you started with the wood burner, gas for the camping stove and charcoal for the BBQ (more wood, gas canisters and charcoal for sale on-site), chocolate treats, milk, tea, coffee, sugar. We have no mains electricity, so the fridge and lights are powered by solar panel and leisure battery. I provide a 12v charger with various adapters so you can power your mobile etc but there is no TV, WiFi or microwave. I provide a gas-powered cordless curling tong. I used to provide a hair dryer but it was prone to trip the 12v system. Cooking: We have no oven but you can cook simple meals on the gas camping stove. Pans and cooking utensils provided. Keep the window open if you use it inside. You can also cook using the charcoal barbecue in the garden. Instructions and a couple of roasting recipes are in the guest information folder. There are also plenty of great restaurants, fish & chip shops and cafes plus good supermarkets, delis, bakery, butcher and fishmonger in Wells. Tea/coffee: Boil the kettle on the gas camping stove or wood burner. Tea, coffee, sugar provided.
    Wells beach was named Sunday Times "Beach of the Year" in 2016 and it's not hard to see why. The wide open skies, the sense of freedom even on a busy summer's day, the sweep of colourful huts against the pine forest. Located one mile from the harbour, you can walk along the beach wall to get there, taking in the view of the channel lined with leisure boats and the salt marshes and sea beyond. You can also take the little narrow gauge train part-way there or there is a car park if you choose to drive. We have fantastic gastro pubs, fish & chip shops and cafes a short walk from the shepherd’s hut (I can make recommendations) and great independent retailers along Staithe Street. Or to find solitude and wildlife you don't have to walk far. Local OS map and walks books available for use by guests. Wells has a rich calendar for art and culture. Live theatre screenings with Screen-next-the-Sea, music and theatre at Holkham Hall and the annual festivals. Norwich attractions are an hour away. Sport: swimming pool at the school, sailing, tennis courts, park run at Holkham Hall, lots of great running and cycling routes on your doorstep. As well as the landscape, it's the lively community feel that makes Wells special - the historic fishing fleet landing the day’s catch on the harbour wall, the sailing club ‘sharpies’ racing out by the lifeboat shed, children ‘gillying’ for crabs, and the popular annual calendar of events, including Wells Carnival, Poetry-next-the-Sea, Wheels-next-the-Sea, the Pirate festival and the magical Christmas Tide.
  • we had the most wonderful weekend at the shepherds hut! it was such a cosy little spot for my partner and I to get engaged!! Zoe left us vegan treats which was so thoughtful, and we had everything we needed for the weekend. Zoe gave us so many recommendations for local places, we felt like locals ourselves with all the knowledge she gave us! thank you!

    Grace2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, walking distance from the lovely village of Wells Next The Sea. Cosy, quaint and well-equipped cabin with good sized shower and on-demand hot water so long as you remember to switch the power on! Radio, mobile speaker, glasses for wine and champers provided. We stayed in March so needed to use the wood burner for heat but there’s a Weber BBQ for when the weather is warm enough to cook outdoors. All very lovely and Zoe replied to our messages asking about local eateries by return.

    Trish2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Thanks for making our stay extra special with all of extras the hut has to offer! The log burner was a lovely centre point with enough logs to keep us warm each morn and eve! Wells is such a great location too, with great walks, scenery and places to eat and drink. Thanks again, Chris and Ellen

    Christopher2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • This place is amazing. Zoe is very hospitable and care a lot about her hut. The wood burner makes great atmosphere (and is very warm!), you can find in the hut everything what you need. Close to town, 10 minutes to shop, but still you can feel like in the middle of nowhere and no one disturbs you. Thank you Zoe!

    Anna2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Zoe was the perfect host, great communication and always on hand for any advice and local tips. The hut was lovely, exactly as you see in the pictures, with lots of nice touches and the log burner kept me warm and cosy. Wells town centre is a 10 minute walk away, where there are some lovely coffee shops and pubs - The Globe Inn is a must! There are lots of walking routes within a short distance so perfect for my little getaway...I'll be back!

    Lisa2020-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin is even better than it looks- perfectly snug, super clean, with so many thoughtful touches and everything you could need for an easy and enjoyable stay! We could tell that a lot of time and care has been put into making the cabin as lovely as it is, so please do give it a visit. We stayed in January and were perfectly warm (once we'd worked out how to keep a fire going in the wood burner!) :-)

    Indira2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay in hut, it was more spacious than expected, it had everything we needed. The bed was really comfortable and the place was sparkling clean. Great location within easy driving distance to local walks. It was beautifully quiet and felt really secluded and private. We would definitely come back!

    Trixi2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed for 2 nights in January - so cold and wet, regardless the shepherds hut was lovely. I think we under estimated how cold it could get, when the wood burner was off. I suggest taking plenty of extra wood. I certainly would recommend to a friend and would come back.

    Michelle2020-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Shepherd's hut (UK, France)


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

    Fabulous coastal studio house on beautiful North Norfolk coast. Walking distance of Wells next the Sea and its harbour and long sandy beaches, where you can often see seals. Pretty balcony, own private garden and parking on drive. Sleeps 2 adults + child/baby. Great sea/country views. Enjoy our huge, wonderful starry skies. Please note living room and kitchen and bathroom are downstairs and bedroom is upstairs.
    Quirky home from home
    Wonderful long sandy beaches. Huge big Norfolk skies. Fabulous open countryside.
  • Dot’s studio is very stylish, cozy and comfortable and has everything you need. It is a short walk from the centre of Wells less than 10 mins.and there is parking just outside the studio....The studio has everything to enable you to cook which we did and Dot kindly left us bacon, eggs, butter, milk, tea and coffee and scones which were yummy and which we felt was a lovely kind gesture. Dot’s place is very warm and the bed and the sofa are very comfortable. The bedroom has views looking out to the sea and it was very quiet just hearing the birds. Dot’s place is very stylish with a rustic country feel. Dot was very welcoming and friendly. I would definitely recommend this studio and would stay again for sure Thank you Dot 😊

    Andrea2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely place to stay, wide open views from the bedroom window.

    Matt2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • A very cosy, well appointed, exceptional clean get away ideally located for North Norfolk coast

    Guy2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay in Dot's place, the apartment is lovely and contained everything you need, was very clean and a very short walk from the local cafés and restaurants

    Sam2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • We just loved this little cottage, felt relaxed and at home, loved the view from the bedroom and falling asleep looking at the stars 🌟

    Helen2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Dot’s place for a weekend and really enjoyed it. The little studio was the perfect size for us and in a great location to explore Wells. Were were grateful for the scones and milk that were ready for us on arrival, and that the heat was on to warm up the living room. Really lovely little house and we would definitely stay again!

    Kate2020-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • A great little quirky bolt hole for a single person or couple to escape to in a lovely part of the country. Great beach walks and cycling to be done. Marvellous !

    Helena2020-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • My partner and I stayed for 2 nights in this lovely studio. We couldn’t fault it at all and the location was perfect! Such a quirky, well equipped space, we loved it!

    Siobhan2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    The Shed: A beautifully restored, detached annexe of a large family house, comfortably sleeps 4 with secret cubby hole for a 5th person. Perfect for couples, friends, a family and foodies with Michelin* Morston Hall next door. Morston is a pretty coastal village in fashionable north Norfolk. The Anchor pub serves excellent food. Beautifully decorated south facing rooms and suntrap terrace. An idyllic rural location with off street parking, just minutes from beaches, culture, pubs and shops.
    Master bedroom - south facing and spacious, kingsize bed, reading lamps and mini library, luggage bench, wall hooks and underbed storage. Bedroom 2 - comfortable built-in adult bunk beds with reading lights. An additional cubby hole sleeps the 5th person (always popular with children!). This is accessed from the top bunk - please note limited headroom here. The sofabed in sitting room offers additional flexibility. Please note the bunk room does not have a door to the corridor. A corridor links the bathroom and each bedroom to the sitting room/kitchen. The sitting room with kitchenette has a hob, microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine with some tea and coffee provided, and table & chairs. Cooking facilities are basic but adequate for simple quick meals. There is comfortable seating with board games, freeview TV / DVD player, DVDs & books for you to enjoy during your stay. French doors lead out onto a sheltered sunny terrace with your own BBQ looking out over a pretty kitchen garden. Please note The Shed's terrace adjoins our family terrace which on the whole will not be in use while you are staying although we and our dogs do pass through regularly - see photos.
    Morston is a pretty village on the north Norfolk coast with heaps to do. Daily seal trips leave from Morston Quay for Blakeney Point, a sailing/power boating school, the Anchor Inn village pub is fantastic(!), as is the michelin starred Morston Hall restaurant - booking is advisable for both in high season. The AONB and Norfolk coastal path is just minutes away for fabulous walks, the sea, sailing, birdwatching, fresh sea air and the beautiful salt marshes. Surrounding Area - Wiveton Cafe and PYO fruit farm (famous for the Normal for Norfolk TV documentary) and Blakeney village for mud-sliding and crabbing are both within easy reach by foot or bike. The sandy beaches of Wells and Holkham 5-10 mins drive. Historic houses of Holkham Hall and deer park (10 mins), Houghton Hall (wonderful outdoor sculpture in the park and walled gardens 30 mins), Binham Priory (5 mins, take a picnic, the ruins are great for hide and seek, visit to the Raw Milk shop which sells coffee, local cheese and ice cream is recommended) are all nearby. There are many other National Trust properties and other attractions to visit too. Just 10 minutes away is the Warham Iron Age fort - a must for a picnic on a sunny day. There are also plenty of historic churches to visit - Binham Priory, Cley, Salthouse, Wiveton to name but a few. A paddle in Glandford ford and visit to the tiny Shell Museum, a hidden gem (check opening times as not open every day). Walking - best walks are on the beaches of Holkham, Wells, the Wells pinewoods (great for a sheltered walk on a cold windy day), the Norfolk coastal path and Peddars Way - all within easy reach. A walk from Morston to Stiffkey (1-1.5 hour) along the coastal path followed by a pub lunch is ideal. There are golf courses, farm shops and farmers markets...the list is endless. The market towns of Holt (10 mins) and Burnham Market (20mins) and the village of Cley (5 mins) are great for shopping, cafes, fish shops, a bookshop and delis. The Spar shop in Blakeney the next village is great for essential supplies and is open until 10pm most if not every day. This really is the perfect base for enjoying and exploring the beautiful north Norfolk Coast.
  • This is a perfect retreat in a fantastic quiet location, We couldn't recommend 'the shed' more highly!

    Simon2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place in the perfect location. Would highly recommend anyone looking for a coastal break heads here.

    Michael2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgeous little place! Great location - walking distance from a great pub and to the coastal path.

    Julia2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Fab location, 2 minutes walking distance from Morston Quay and Morston Anchor which has amazing food/drink. Close to Wells and Blakeney, lovely accommodation, lovely and warm despite staying during a storm! Beautifully comfortable beds, would stay again

    Jemma2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Susannah’s place is just beautiful - the photos really don’t do it justice. Spotlessly clean (as others have said) and perfect for a little weekend get-away. The location is really what brought us here but the cottage will keep us coming back. It was lovely and warm and oh so quiet. There is a very thoughtful welcome pack put together by susannah with recommendations for pubs, coffee shops, walks and more. We tried several and she is spot on; they were fab. A short walk across the farm and you reach a lovely little pub where you will receive a warm welcome and a delicious meal - we ate here twice. We will be back!

    Hannah2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Susannah’s cottage is beautifully decorated, very comfortable and the perfect location to explore the North Norfolk coast! Would recommend

    Abi2020-01-30T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay to explore North Norfolk. Made all the better by the local pub ‘The Anchor Inn’ serving great food . We will be back to do more coastal walks.

    Sarah2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • The Shed is adorably quaint, perfect for a small family or couples holiday! It was sparkling clean and comfortable, and we really really enjoyed our short stay here.

    Georgia2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Morston, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    Crabpot cottage is 60-seconds from Wells harbour in the heart of the town. It is a snug, 200-years old fisherman's cottage; cosy living space, gardens and parking. Wood burner, central heating, washing machine and WiFi make it ideal for short breaks or weeks away.
    Crabpot cottage comprises of a relatively compact kitchen (oven, microwave, induction hob, fridge, breakfast bar table and chairs, washing machine and dish washer) opening onto the garden and a cosy lounge - with woodburner. At the top of the (steep) stairs are two double bedrooms - two single beds and a double - and a bathroom. Bedding and towels are provided. In addition to the woodburner, the cottage is fully central heated. 200-years ago people were shorter so, while there is good ceiling height, the door frames are LOW! It is a traditional self-catering holiday cottage, and the photos give a good impression of what the cottage is like. It works especially well for families or couples who want to enjoy the delights of a Norfolk rural/coastal small town and fishing port.
    Wells-Next-The Sea is a bustling seaside town during the summer but becomes a quite haven during the winter months: very popular with walkers and bird watchers. The town offers numerous good places to eat, to drink and to shop! The local area offers a wide variety of scenery and other attractions.
  • Crabpot is a fabulous cottage, oozing character and in a perfect spot in the heart of Wells. It's cozy but was perfect for us (a young family of four) and Adrian was an excellent host with great local tips for food and activities. We are already planning our next visit.

    Olly2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Adrian was a fantastic host who made us feel very welcome. There were nice touches such as tea, coffee, sugar, pint of milk, washing up liquid and many more. It's a small cottage but very cosy and in a great location.

    Julian2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
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    Judith2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely weekend in the cottage. Great location and Adrian was a perfect host with lots of tips and advice on how to make the most of our stay.

    Caroline2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect for us birders. Good info re pubs and helpful intro etc from Adrian. Lovely wee cottage with all we needed. Look forward to coming back.

    Judith2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cottage in the centre of Wells-next-the-Sea with the added bonus of parking on-site. Cottage was exactly as described - small, quaint (low doorways!) and really lovely. Adrian was a great host.

    Philip2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely perfect in every way. Highly recommend

    Laura2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful location, perfect for everything that you could want in Wells.

    Andrew2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    🌈 Recently featured in an article in Norfolk Magazine as one of Norfolk's top 8 Airbnb's with the following review; “If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air you’ll love this old two-bedroomed fisherman’s cottage found just a short walk away from the shingle beach in Cley near Blakeney. The interior is whimsically decorated with lots of fun, local art on the walls. Guests talk of beautiful views across the marshland and the local deli as added perks". Also with high speed fibre optic WiFi!! ❤️
    THE COTTAGE~ ⭐️Built in 1850, Mallard cottage is a two bedroom, two bathroom cottage with covered off-street parking in the heart of the village of Cley-next-the-Sea. Cley lies within the AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast.🌈 🌷The master bedroom has a king sized bed, an ensuite shower room and loo and a really good view over the reed beds of Cley. The twin bedroom is a good size and a lovely room which looks over a very pretty part of the village (photographed, as is the view from the master bedroom).😍 🧚‍♂️The family bathroom is very nice and light and is also a good size, benefitting from a double ended claw foot bath. 🍎Downstairs is a fully kitted out open plan kitchen, dining and living area. There are characterful pictures and paintings all over the walls and some books and games to choose from. 🍭The house has been refurbished to a good standard and has high speed Fibre Optic WiFi and a full range of Sky channels including Sky Sports. It also benefits from double glazing and a very good, new boiler and heating system so you should be warm and cosy all year round. The cottage is the winner of a 4 star Best of Britain self-catering award. PARKING~ 🚘There is off street parking at the property which has it's own covered parking space clearly marked 'Mallard' (photographed for scale with the listing of the cottage). The turning into the arch way is very steep and the space is tight for larger vehicles so whilst Range Rover's have been known to park there (normal sized cars are fine) drivers of large vehicles who aren't comfortable 'manoeuvring' into the off street space can find plenty of parking near by. Old Post Office Lane gives pedestrian access to the Fairstead where there is free off street parking with no restrictions. There is also the Village Hall where there is a free and large off street car park with no restrictions.
    Cley-next-the-Sea is one of the prettiest villages on the North Norfolk coast. It is on the River Glaven 4 mi (6 km) north-west of Holt (3 miles) and east of Blakeney (2 miles). It lies within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast between the villages of Wiveton and Salthouse. A few suggestions of things to do in and around Cley... The Wiveton Café is a must and is now open in winter as well having previously been solely open in spring and summer. It’s about a 15 minute walk or 3 minute drive from the cottage. Do check out their website. Artemis Cafe in Cley is always a good place from which to start a walk. turn right and right out of the cottage, it's about a 20 second walk away. They serve delicious coffee, cake, sausage rolls and salmon bagels directly behind Mallard Cottage and the famous coastal walk along the wall starts from their garden. The George in Cley does really good food, has really friendly staff and is about a two minute walk from the cottage. Picnic Fayre in Cley, less than a minute's walk from Mallard, is a fantastic deli with masses of locally sourced treats and depending on the season they serve really good homemade ice cream from a little hatch in the wall. Blakeney is about an 8 minute drive away or a beautiful hour and a bit long walk along the river wall. I never feel as if I've really had my 'Cley time' until I've done that walk. You don't need to go all the way if you're not big walkers but the look of the landscape and sky change almost hourly and and we never get bored of it. Cley beach is accessible by car (2 mins) or on foot (8-10 mins) if you turn left out of the cottage and through the village, past the windmill and you'll see signs for where to follow the path to Cley beach (also photographed with the images of the cottage). The Blakeney Hotel is probably the most 'get dressed up' place locally, although I have to admit we've never been as we never bring anything approaching the right wardrobe with us... It does look lovely and it has a good reputation and apparently stunning views. The White Horse also has a good reputation and is popular, with good food. I actually prefer the Anchor at Morston next to Blakeney. Blakeney is lovely and definitely worth a visit but it can be seriously packed with day-trippers in high season so at the risk of sounding like a snob, it's better to be a bit outside it and Cley is a much nicer place to stay... Morston and Blakeney also offer Seal trips which are really fun to do depending on the season so it's worth looking on local websites. 'Beans' seal trips is one of the companies. The Cley Smokehouse directly opposite the cottage serves amazing sea food. People travel from miles around to stock up on their crab and their fish soup so we are very lucky (it's pictured in the view from the twin room in the pics of the cottage). There are galleries and a lovely pottery and book shop in Cley, plenty of shops and galleries in Blakeney and some of the best birdwatching in Britain at Cley Spy and in Salthouse which is the next village in the other direction from Wiveton and Blakeney (turn left for Salthouse, in the same direction as you walk for the beach). There's also a great pub in Salthouse called the Dunn Cow with fantastic views across the marshes from the large garden and good food. For Bird Watchers the cutting-edge, sustainable visitor centre at Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley Marshes Nature Reserve is a must. It has it's own café and some of the best bird watching in the country. The Coast hopper bus has bus stops in both directions from outside Picnic Fayre (about a one minute walk from the Cottage). It runs a good and regular service although personally I prefer to walk as much as possible and everything I have mentioned is walking distance, obviously depending on what you consider walking distance to be/if you have toddlers etc. The marshes around Cley are internationally important for their populations of rare breeding and visiting birds. Cley Marshes bird reserve has been in the care of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust since 1926, making it the oldest county Wildlife Trust reserve in Britain. Among resident breeding birds are Avocet, Bearded Tit, Bittern, Marsh Harrier and Spoonbill. Winter visitors include Brent Geese, Wigeon, Pintail and many species of wading birds. Cley, like neighbouring Salthouse is ideally situated at the apex of the North Norfolk coast as a staging ground for passage migrants, vagrants and rareties of all kinds. An eco-friendly visitor centre opened in 2007 containing a café, shop, viewing areas (including viewing from a camera on the reserve), exhibition area, interpretation and toilets. The view from the visitor centre across the Marsh to the sea is breathtaking. Cley Marshes is the home of the Bird Information Service, publishers of Birding World. The shingle bank holds large numbers of Yellow Horned Poppy. The Grade I listed medieval church of St Margaret's, Cley is the largest church in the Blakeney area dating from (phone number hidden) Cley was once one of the busiest ports in England, where grain, malt, fish, spices, coal, cloth, barley and oats were exported or imported. The many Flemish gables in the town are a reminder of trade with the Low Countries. Some of the buildings that once lined the quay remain, notably the 18th-century Cley Windmill which was used as a backdrop of the 1949 film Conspirator with Elizabeth Taylor. Cley Mill has often been depicted by local artists and was the subject of a painting by the 20th century English landscape artist, Rowland Hilder. In the late 19th century Cley became a holiday resort. The poet Rupert Brooke was staying in Cley when news came that Britain had entered what was to become the First World War. Brooke had dreamt about the war and woke to find it a reality. He did not speak to his hosts all day until his host said, "But Rupert, you won't have to fight?" to which Brooke replied, "We shall all have to fight". We hope you will go ahead and book! I’m sure you’ll love Cley as we do! Melissa (✿◠‿◠)
  • We loved staying in Mallard Cottage! The cottage is so pretty and the living room area is really comfortable and cosy! We really appreciated the prosecco, milk and fresh flowers on our arrival - such a lovely touch! We will definitely book another holiday here! Great location for the beautiful North Norfolk Coast!

    Flo2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Such a gorgeous little place. Perfect location for long walks. Beautiful little country stay. Hosts couldn’t have been more helpful! Us and the dog had a lovely time!!🏕🦮

    Amelia2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Really enjoyed our stay at Mallard Cottage in January. It has lovely interior decor and was warm and cosy. Really appreciated that basic things were provided and that there was milk in the fridge on arrival. The cottage is well located - we enjoyed going for bracing coastal walks.

    Rachel2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Its the second time I have stayed here and I just find it very comfortable and I love the location. There is a private parking space for the house which is very handy and it's so quiet and has everything you need, it's also stylish and homely. I would certainly stay there again. Thank you.

    Zoë2020-01-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great little find. Perfect in January as it was quiet in the village- but the coffee shops were closed for the month. That was fine for us. Dangerous deli along the road (as in REALLY nice nibbles, etc... watch out for your budget!). There is a well stocked Spar in Blankey, 2min drive. Cley marshes visitor centre was wonderful- lovely warm, interesting cafe informative centre.

    Ynske2020-01-11T00:00:00Z
  • Spend Christmas here, what a wonderful cottage in cley. Had all we needed for our two night stay if though downstairs is cosy still felt like we had enough space for 4 adults and baby. Such a quiet village this time of year felt like we were the only people there. We walked up to cley beach which was nice over the marshlands. Highly recommend.

    Florence2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • This was a lovely quirky place to spend a couple of days relaxing before Christmas.

    Ruth2019-12-21T00:00:00Z
  • A fabulous, comfortable cottage in the heart of beautiful Cley.

    Annette2019-11-28T00:00:00Z
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    Cley next the Sea, England, United Kingdom

    Carpenters Cottage is a romantic grade two listed cottage, cosy and full of original features. Downstairs there is a welcoming sitting room with a wood burning stove and a light and airy kitchen. Upstairs there is a double bedroom which has a kingsize Loaf bed and a bathroom with shower bath. Outside there is an enclosed garden and sunny patio. The cottage is dog friendly (£20 fee) and has the stylish Carpenters Arms pub next door. Hot tub rental available, £195 for 3 nights, £250 for a week.
    The cottage has a large fenced garden, great for dogs to run around in. It looks out towards fenced paddocks and to the church beyond. A herd of cows grazes here of Temples cheeses fame (certainly worth trying!) and an owl can often be seen hunting at dusk. The surrounding area is wonderful for country walks before or after a delicious meal at the Carpenters Arms. The pub also welcomes dogs and the staff are very friendly. There is a bike hire company in the village (On Yer Bike) where you can hire bikes to explore the area beyond. Wells next the Sea is a 5 minute drive away and has a very beautiful beach which was voted the best beach by the Sunday Times in 2016. The beach is huge and sandy where you can walk for miles. Pine woods and the iconic painted beach huts line the beach. There is a great cafe here where you can rest for coffee and lunch. In the summer it has Friday night barbecues. Wells has lots going on, including festivals, triathlons and the fantastic Wells carnival at the beginning of August. Holkham Hall is close by too and is an impressive stately home that is well worth a visit. It has a large lake where you can hire boats and there are lots of walks in the park, plus cafes, shops and a wonderful walled garden. Seal trips are a very popular from Morston Quay too and there is a fantastic bird reserve at Cley Marshes. There are a wonderful array of pubs and restaurants to eat in the area including Wiveton Cafe (Of 'Normal For Norfolk' fame), Morston Hall, The Anchor also at Morston, The Crown and Wells Crab House both in Wells (a few of our favourites!). An evening on the Albatross, an old Dutch barge in Wells is also fun watching the sun go down over the sea. The cottage has it's own parking space (gated) at the rear of the property. Hot tub hire is available. We use a hot tub company to deliver, fill and heat your tub which sits on the patio outside the cottage.
    Wighton is a very pretty village 3 miles south of Wells next the Sea which you can visit, with it's wonderful beach, pubs, shops and bustling harbour. Carpenters Cottage is in a lovely position in Wighton. It is next to the newly opened Carpenters Arms pub which serves locally sourced food and drinks. After a long day at the beach, it is a wonderful spot to relax and enjoy a coffee or a pint of Woodfordes Wherry. There are lots of beautiful walks and cycle tracks in the area.
  • Excellent cottage to use as a base for exploring. Spotlessly clean and a lovely pub next door. Secure garden and parking and a 5 minutes drive to the coast.

    Simon2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Worth a visit, great place for 2 and a dog. Garden dog loved. Carpenters Arms next door - very friendly, great food. Close to everywhere and nice walks close by. Great place

    Doug2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Janes cottage is cozy and comfortable and very quiet which was ideal for us. We had a lovely stay and would love to come again sometime soon.

    Laura2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cottage. Perfect location, close to the coast and fab eateries and walks. Warm and comfortable inside with everything you need.

    Ros2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage is perfect for a quiet getaway- cosy and next to a great pub. Jane the host is a brilliant communicator and some lovely little touches to make it extra special.

    Helen2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy cottage a few miles from incredible coastline and mysterious marshland. We loved the log burner, and being able to pop next door to the pub for a beer and some food was a real treat. Very clean and tidy and perfect for dog owners.Would recommend.

    Richard2020-02-07T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is idyliic, great location for visiting North Norfolk coast. The cottage is well equipped and the bed is very comfortable. Jane is a very accomadating host and would certainly be back one day.

    Ian2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Carpenters Cottage is perfect for a couple stay! Lovely and clean, with everything you could need from a holiday let. Nice touches throughout, including a bottle of wine to share. The garden was secure and dog proof, perfect for our pooch to roam around in. We added the hot tub to our stay, which was wonderful in the evenings to look at the stars! So close to Wells for restaurants and walks, and the pub next door serves really good food, also allows dogs! We will return!

    Bryony2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
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    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

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    Lovely little cottage for two in Blakeney near quay. Perfectly situated in centre of traditional village and near to great restaurants. The cottage has kitchen, sitting room, double bedroom with ensuite. Also private outside area
    Good position near to Blakeney Point seal sanctuary. Wonderful walks. Great pubs and restaurants
    Blakeney is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt coastal villages in England. The jewel of the Norfolk coastline it is full of traditional cottages and right on the coast, the traditional quay and mini beach are at the end of the road. The best beach in Norfolk, Holkham, is a drive of approx ten minutes along the coast. Lovely traditional seaside village with a traditional quay with boats coming and going, lovely walks along the salt marshes and coast, mini beach, great paddling, mini canoe hire for children. Crab fishing off the quay. The best beach is Holkham beach, very sandy and lots of space, sand dunes etc. This is to the left along the coastal road. Wells has a good beach as well and the village is nice for looking around. Going right along the Coast road are shingle beaches. Sheringham and Cromer. There is a pier at Cromer. Best shops are in Holt. Lovely old market town. There is a small supermarket in Blakeney within walking distance. Go down to the quay and turn left. Also a small variety of interesting shops. Places to eat within easy walking distance are two pubs child friendly, the Kings Arms and The White Horse. The Moorings for slightly more expensive meal, but they also do lunch and coffee. Two hotels that do food The Blakeney Hotel and The Manor, a lovely little cafe at the Methodist Church in the High St. for lunch and coffee, good value and children’s toys. Stately Homes to visit, Holkham Hall, Blickling and Sandringham. For a real treat Morton Hall, run by TV chef Galton Blackiston. In the summer you will find a caravan on the quay selling lovely crab sandwiches and also an ice cream shop near the quay. The harbour rooms usually have local bands at weekends. The village hall has antique fairs and there are often sales of crafts near the quay. The seal trip is a must. You can buy tickets at the bottom of the road.
  • Veronica’s cottage is small but lovely and cosy. It has everything you need and is perfectly located to explore the area. Would definitely come back!

    Kellie2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect small bolthole, clean and warm with nice touches

    Jason2020-01-29T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely stay in a wonderful location!

    Sarah2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Everything as advertised and well looked after

    Bryn2020-01-17T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little budget cottage in a perfect location! Very close to 2 nice, dog friendly pubs and the Norfolk coastal walk. Tasty deli next door, perfect for breakfast items

    Emma2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay in Cobble Cottage . it is just as described, small and cosy. Bed is comfortable and the kitchen has everything you need for 2 people. Great location in Blakeney. We look forward to going back another time.

    Debby2019-11-23T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay at Veronica’s place, the location is perfect for exploring beautiful Blakeney. We booked very last minute and Veronica was very communicative and helpful. The accommodation was ideal for a weekend break being located right behind the deli for picking up breakfast supplies and a short walk to the local pub. Would highly recommend.

    D J2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • This was a snug fisherman's cottage that had been lovingly restored and tastefully furnished. It was convenient to stroll into Blakeney and had a very interesting deli just in front, which had a good mix of luxuries, like chocolate croissants and lots of local Norfolk produce. There was a great selection of wine, beer and locally sourced cordon bleu microwave meals which were definitely not your supermarket variety. Local parking was convenient and cheap. The rooms were a bit on the tight side for a 6 foot 2 man but had been laid out well to maximise use. The kitchen had pretty much everything you would need and it was a fun experience to stay in the cottage. It reminded me of many holidays spent locally as a child. Thank you Veronica. It's always impressive to see how many practical and tasteful touches have been thought of.

    Geoffrey2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    The Old Victoria is a converted pub in the charming coastal village of Stiffkey bordering the Stiffkey Freshes salt marsh reserve This recently converted barn/outbuilding retains its period features while benefiting from all modern amenities: central heating, skylight, king size bed, en-suite wet room & power shower. The porch leading to the garden provides comfortable seating, shade and storage This cosy one bedroom retreat includes kettle, fridge, microwave, bedding, towels, tea and coffee
    This welcoming guesthouse is a short walking distance from Stiffkey Stores which serves warm pastries for breakfast and the best coffee in North Norfolk as well as providing all essential supplies. It is also a short walk from the Stiffkey Red Lion for drinks and an excellent lunch and dinner menu including locally sourced crabs and lobsters. *Location* The Old Victoria is located at the end of the village, surrounded by tranquil farm land and well away from the busy coastal road A moments walk from stiffkey stores and the red lion pub Walk out onto the stiffkey salt marshes and beach within 3 minutes *Amenities* We have recently added an Oak framed porch area with comfortable seating and table to increase the living space as well as to provide shade and storage for guests Guests are also welcome to BBQ outside the Guesthouse or have camp fires / toast marsh mallows in the fire pit area or the garden Key features include: Morning and afternoon sun Outside space - table, chairs and bench Room for BBQ Designated parking space Russell Hobbs appliances including: Microwave (no oven or grill) Toaster Kettle Fridge Glasses, cups, crockery & cutlery Tea & coffee provided Towels & bed linen provided *Stiffkey Village* Stiffkey is a small village on the Norfolk Norfolk coast comprising: Church Red Lion Public House serving an excellent menu of locally sourced produce and seafood Stiffkey Stores comprising artisan bakery, coffee, post office, homeware and food essentials Village hall Cricket club Stiffkey freshes salt marsh with views along the coast to Blakeney point and Wells Coastal Hopper bus service stop is 2 minutes walk away, travelling at regular Intervals both east and west along the North Norfolk Coast *Super markets* There are also a number of local super markets close by including: Co-Op - Well-Next-Sea (8 minutes drive) Budgens - Holt (12 minutes drive) Spar - Blakeney (12 minutes drive) *Pubs, Restaurants & Takeaways* Stiffkey - Red Lion, Stiffkey Stores Morston (6 minutes drive) - Morston Anchor public house (highly recommended) or Morston Hall (for afternoon tea and gastronomic Michelin Star evening tasting menus) Wells-Next-Sea - several fish and chips and sea food options, Chinese take away and a wide selection of pubs Holt - several fish and chips (we recommend Eric’s), Indian Chinese take aways and a wide selection of pubs
    The coastal village of Stiffkey is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, home to one of the country’s richest salt marshes for wildlife
  • Tucked away on the most idyllic, chocolate-box Street you could imagine. Unique, cosy space with all you need to recharge before setting out into the stunning local area.

    Matthew2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • It was absolutely amazing. Cosy, quiet and tastefully decorated. Definitely would recommend this place for short relaxing stay.

    Fatme2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • A cosy room within easy reach of the coast. Peaceful setting .

    Anne2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy and comfortable, great location - would definitely stay again!

    Katie2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely little place right by the Norfolk national coast walkway. Everything you'd need for a weekend, jam packed into the space - the bed almost touches the wall at the end, but it was very functional and had a great location with lots of nice touches.

    Aisha2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great value for money, lovely cosy place. Perfect location for visiting local area.

    Sarah2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely time here. It was nice to have our own private space in a beautiful part of the country. There is a good café / general shop in the village and nice pubs nearby. The room has good facilities and is very clean and pleasant. The owner is welcoming and responds quickly.

    Mark2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Really great stay! Thanks Michelle!

    Richie2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
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    Stiffkey, England, United Kingdom

    A really super, bright brick and flint cottage in a quiet village location, enjoying wonderful long distance open rural views and within easy reach of the coast and many local attractions. Gallery Cottage is the annexe of the original village School House which became the home of the sculptor Henry Moore in the 1920's and later the renowned American painter, Alfred Cohen and his family. In 1983 The School House Art Gallery opened, which has gained a well-respected reputation for showing contemporary art of the highest quality. The adjoining annexe was totally renovated in Spring 2018 and now stands proud in its own right as a very comfortable and stylish holiday cottage with two en-suite bedrooms (double and twin), and an airy open-plan living space, with exposed original brick and flint wall, overlooking the garden and fields beyond. With an en suite bedroom on each floor, Gallery Cottage will appeal to couples, singles and friends who enjoy their privacy and independence. It's an ideal spot for walkers, bird watchers, and indeed artists and art lovers - though they might find the temptation of an art gallery next door a bit too hard to resist! Gallery Cottage is suitable for a small family with older children - only children over the age of six years are allowed. Additional Information Gallery Cottage is suitable for a small family with older children - only children over the age of six years are allowed. Sorry, no pets. There is an iron and ironing board. Ground Floor: Open Plan Living Space Kitchen area Well equipped with an electric cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and table with seating for four. Sitting area With widescreen television, DVD and CD player. Full length windows overlook the garden, with french doors and a side door leading out onto the patio and garden area. Bedroom two With full-size single beds. En-suite shower room A modern white suite comprising shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC. First Floor: Master bedroom A lovely room with a double bed and fabulous long distance views via french doors, with Juliette balcony railings. En-suite shower room A modern white suite comprising shower cubicle, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC. Outside: At the rear is a lovely garden area, with open views across farmland. There is a table with seating for four and a barbecue. There is allocated parking for two cars on the driveway at the front of the cottage.
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    Wighton, Wighton, United Kingdom

    Three bedroomed period cottage close to quay in the lovely unspoilt village of Blakeney With a lounge diner with open fire, fully fitted kitchen and laundry room, a double, twin and treble bedroom, close to the Blakeney Point seals!
    Blakeney is such a lovely unspoiled part of the British coast, with its timeless charm, beautiful scenery and lovely walks, it makes a holiday or short break a pleasure. The cottage is in the heart of Blakeney, not far from all the lovely places to eat and unusual shops.
    Lovely traditional seaside village with a traditional quay with boats coming and going, lovely walks along the salt marshes and coast, mini beach, great paddling, mini canoe hire for children. Crab fishing off the quay. The best beach is Holkham beach, very sandy and lots of space, sand dunes etc. This is to the left along the coastal road. Wells has a good beach as well and the village is nice for looking around. Going right along the Coast road are shingle beaches. Sheringham and Cromer. There is a pier at Cromer. Best shops are in Holt. Lovely old market town. There is a small supermarket in Blakeney within walking distance. Go down to the quay and turn left. Also a small variety of interesting shops. Places to eat within easy walking distance are two pubs child friendly, the Kings Arms and The White Horse. The Moorings for slightly more expensive meal, but they also do lunch and coffee. Two hotels that do food The Blakeney Hotel and The Manor, a lovely little cafe at the Methodist Church in the High St. for lunch and coffee, good value and children’s toys. Stately Homes to visit, Holkham Hall, Blickling and Sandringham. For a real treat Morton Hall, run by TV chef Galton Blackiston. In the summer you will find a caravan on the quay selling lovely crab sandwiches and also an ice cream shop near the quay. The harbour rooms usually have local bands at weekends. The village hall has antique fairs and there are often sales of crafts near the quay. The seal trip is a must. You can buy tickets at the bottom of the road. We love the walks along the saltmarshes, Holkam, beach, ten minutes drive along the coast and the best beach in Norfolk. Cromer pier. Crabbing on the quay. Walking to see the seals at Blakeney Point, or taking a boat trip. Eating at the Mooring Bistro, in the same road. The observatory at nearby Salthouse. Cookies for an inexpensive seafood meal. The two steam engine lines and Thomas the tank engine for children. The sea museum and the shell museum. Nearby Holt with all the antique shops.
  • Thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this lovely cottage. It is in an ideal spot for walking to all the village amenities and the gorgeous Norfolk Coast Path. In the house we found everything we needed for our stay and more, it is beautifully decorated and furnished, with all mod cons. Veronica is a great host - any queries we had were answered extremely promptly. I'd highly recommend this cottage, we will be back soon!

    Amy2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is lovely, and well equipped. It is cosy. We were 6, 3 adults and 3 children, and it was perfect for our stay. There isn't a lot of spare space, so it might have been tricky if we had been 7, for example, for fitting around the table at mealtimes. All in all we had a really lovely stay, and would definately go again. The cottage is perfectly located, and Blakeney is a really lovely village. The coast is beautiful. We had some lovely walks.

    Frances2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay very cosy with everything you need would recommend

    Ian2019-12-21T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely home, great location. Many thanks

    Laura2019-10-06T00:00:00Z
  • Had a fabulous stay! Super easy check in, lovely cosy home in such a gorgeous town! Would highly recommend it’s absolutly great value.

    Jenna2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great cottage, good location to explore Blakeney. Enjoyed crabbing and mucking about in the water.

    Caroline2019-09-03T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely little cottage. It has everything necessary for a comfortable stay. The stairs are very steep - particularly to the third bedroom so probably not suitable for anyone with mobility issues. However, it made a lovely base for exploring the local area and we enjoyed our stay.

    Jan2019-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, great cottage

    Joanne2019-07-29T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, United Kingdom

    A bright and newly refurbished apartment, sleeping 5/6 right in the centre of Blakeney close to quay and near lovely restaurants and shops. Blakeney is a historic coastal village with seals just off Blakeney point. A unique part of old England.
    Really unusual, spacious and comfortable apartment which has small outside seating veranda
    Blakeney is part of England that has retained its individuality and charm Lovely traditional seaside village with a traditional quay with boats coming and going, lovely walks along the salt marshes and coast, mini beach, great paddling, mini canoe hire for children. Crab fishing off the quay. The best beach is Holkham beach, very sandy and lots of space, sand dunes etc. This is to the left along the coastal road. Wells has a good beach as well and the village is nice for looking around. Going right along the Coast road are shingle beaches. Sheringham and Cromer. There is a pier at Cromer. Best shops are in Holt. Lovely old market town. There is a small supermarket in Blakeney within walking distance. Go down to the quay and turn left. Also a small variety of interesting shops. Places to eat within easy walking distance are two pubs child friendly, the Kings Arms and The White Horse. The Moorings for slightly more expensive meal, but they also do lunch and coffee. Two hotels that do food The Blakeney Hotel and The Manor, a lovely little cafe at the Methodist Church in the High St. for lunch and coffee, good value and children’s toys. Stately Homes to visit, Holkham Hall, Blickling and Sandringham. For a real treat Morton Hall, run by TV chef Galton Blackiston. In the summer you will find a caravan on the quay selling lovely crab sandwiches and also an ice cream shop near the quay. The harbour rooms usually have local bands at weekends. The village hall has antique fairs and there are often sales of crafts near the quay. The seal trip is a must. You can buy tickets at the bottom of the road.
  • The photos don't do this place justice. Veronica's apartment is clean, cosy, spacious & absolutely charming. There are some stunning quirky features reflecting the age of the building which we loved. Check-in was easy and everything we could have wanted was available in the apartment. Location wise, I don't think you can get much better. Just a stones throw away from the quay, downstairs there is a delicious deli (we had an amazing breakfast one day!) and all the best restaurants and pubs are on your doorstep. Shower was great - hot and good water pressure. We wholeheartedly recommend staying in Veronica's place - best bargain we've come across in a while. Thank you for hosting us!

    Yanina17122020-02-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay in a beautiful location, excellent value for money. Veronica has great communication and is very flexible with timings.

    Wayne2020-02-08T00:00:00Z
  • A great apartment above the deli on Blakeney high street - lovely and clean warm and comfy - perfect after a day out in the Norfolk countryside.

    Clare2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful place very quirky and great location.

    Jan2019-12-10T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely quirky spacious property in the centre of Blakeney. Very comfortable & warm.

    Tania2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely 17th century cottage in the heart of Blakeney. Although car parking not available at the cottage there is car park very close by. Lots of lovely coastal walks and organised boat trips to see the seals. Would love to come back for a longer stay!!

    Karin2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Right on the High Street above the deli, yet not at all noisy, we had plenty of space to relax. The kitchen diner is spacious and very well equipped, plenty of crockery and kitchen utensils if you need to do your own meal. Nice comfortable sitting room, again spacious for 4/ 5 people. Two bathrooms meant there was no queuing for the shower. Wonderful open spaces in Blakeney, ideal if you enjoy quiet walks with nothing but birdsong, miles and miles of footpath to explore. A delightful village, very good places to eat and drink and lots to explore further afield.

    Claire2019-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic accommodation and much bigger than expected. Great location with real charm and local character

    Mark2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, United Kingdom

    Bree`s Cabin is a genuine Norwegian Log Cabin, that is set in its own private garden In an area of outstanding natural beauty, it is close to all amenity's and only a short walk from the famous Harbour with all of its pubs and restaurants. Here you can sit and watch the fishing boats arrive back with there daily catch, or take one of the many glorious walks that abound this area or have a ramble down to the fantastic local beaches. * We have a minimum Three night booking policy *
    Bree`s Cabin is Ideal for couples whether you like to just relax or if walking or bird watching appeals the options are endless. This part of the North Norfolk Coast is a Mecca for its Coastal and inland Walks with the coastal path only a short stroll from Bree`s Cabin.
    The Cabin is set in a conservation area, this makes up part of an area of outstanding natural beauty, that stretches along the North Norfolk Coast.
  • A lovely stay. 😊 The cabin is much more spacious than we thought, plenty warm enough too, even in a few cold nights as our stay was in March. Sizeable kitchen area was great to make our own meals in. A very comfy bed too, with clean and warm warm shower. Terri was lovely and welcoming, providing a few nice touches with tea, coffee and some milk in the fridge when we arrived. Great location too with Co-op just over the road to grab essential supplies. Ideally located for strolling down into town, but just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of centre. We will be back soon 👌

    Bradley2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommend the location of this pretty cabin. Within easy walking distance of the harbour and shops. Terri is a great hostess. We even had a great time in early November in very changeable weather.

    Donald2019-11-04T00:00:00Z
  • Terri has given a lot of thought to the extras that made our stay more comfortable. There was no need to take along any cleaning materials as everything is supplied. The cabin is clean and well presented. The bed is comfortable. We will stay here again

    Paul2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely, cosy cabin in a great location. Terri is a perfect host , always helpful and thoughtful. We have visited this cabin repeatedly in recent years, much preferred over other accommodation that we have used in Wells in the past - great value in every way.

    Liz2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Great accomodation and location.

    Nigel2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • Super cosy cabin. Well equipped with everything we needed. Lovely garden, with table and chairs and parasol for outside dining. Co-op just across the road is very convenient and it is only a short walk into Wells and the harbour. Terri is very welcoming and a great host.

    Caroline2019-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • Blissful, clean, peaceful

    Mac And Katy2019-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin was a lovely place to stay, in a really lovely holiday destination. Terri was an amazing host and we hope to come back again.

    Adam2019-08-19T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

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    Bedrooms

    1

    Wells-next-the-Sea, England, United Kingdom

    A superb, immaculately presented, light, bright and airy detached home set in a picturesque village location just a few miles south of the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea and enjoying the most wonderful rural views. Flint House is a smart and attractive double fronted property with a traditional flint exterior, and contemporary, stylish interiors. With multiple reception rooms offering flexible and sociable living, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms, this super retreat is ideal for holidaymakers who are looking for comfortable, spacious living in a peaceful village setting. Handy for both rural and coastal North Norfolk, you will find this a great base from which to explore the delights of this beautiful area. Undoubtedly the impressive open plan dual aspect kitchen/dining/living room that overlooks and opens out into the rear garden is the star of the show. Just take a seat and soak up the open view across meadows and fields as far as the eye can see; it is simply sublime! The well-equipped kitchen has granite topped units offering ample workspace and storage, complimented by a central island with breakfast bar. Just beyond the kitchen is a spacious dining area and a stunning vaulted living area.To the other side of the central hallway, where there is a cloakroom and utility, is a sitting room with cosier proportions and a more intimate feel. Upstairs, the luxurious and spacious dual aspect master bedroom has extensive built-in storage and a smart shower room. Two further double bedrooms share a luxurious family bathroom. Outside, to the front of the house is a gravelled parking area which will easily fit up to three cars. The garden to the rear of the house has 'the view' across the valley and is a lovely place to spend an afternoon relaxing, or enjoy a glass or two as the sun goes down. If you like to cook and 'eat in', this is the consummate house - you can enjoy cooking up a feast while chatting to friends and family. If you prefer to eat out, there's no need to hop into the car - just pop over to The Carpenter's Arms, the popular village pub which serves great ale and food to match. For walkers and cyclists, there are plenty of lanes and trails to keep you happy. If you don't wish to bring your own bikes with you On Yer Bike, based just outside the village offers both cycle hire and route maps. Additional Information Sorry, pets not allowed. Feather bedding. Travel cot and high chair provided. Accommodation Ground Floor: Underfloor heating on the ground floor Entrance hall With tiled floor and doors leading to Sitting room/Snug Dual aspect room with comfortable seating, wood burning stove, television with Now TV. Open plan living area comprising: Fitted breakfast kitchen with granite worktops and island with three stools. Rangemaster oven and extractor, fridge/freezer, wine fridge, dishwasher. Dining area with table and six chairs. Desk with seating. Doors to the garden. Living area with comfortable seating, television, DVD, Sonos sound system and two french doors to the garden. Utility With microwave, washing machine, hooks for coats, boot rack and door to the garden. Cloakroom With washbasin and WC. First Floor: Master bedroom Overlooking fields, with 6' super king bed, built-in wardrobe, drawers, television. En-suite with large corner shower, vanity unit with wash basin, large heated towel rail, WC. Bedroom two Overlooking fields, with 4'6" double bed, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers, television. Bedroom three At the front of the house with 4'6" double bed, chest of drawers, hooks for hanging, television. Bathroom With full-size P-shaped bath, shower over, vanity unit with wash basin, heated towel rail, WC. Outside: Gardens running to three sides, with views across open fields at the rear. Mostly laid to lawn with large patio area with seating. Parking on the shingle driveway at the front of the house for up to three cars.
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    Bedrooms

    3

    Wighton, Wighton, United Kingdom

    We offer bed and breakfast accommodation with a variety of twin and double rooms. Each room offers flat screen tv, central heating and a work area with tea and coffee facilities. A perfect base for exploring the beautiful coast and countryside of North Norfolk, or as a base in the village. Our unspoiled pub is quirky and unique, frequented by locals, pilgrims, tourists and business people.
    Single room with shared bathroom with bathtub. Accommodation also offers flat screen tv, central heating, sitting area with tea and coffee facilities and a storage area.
    A unique and well-known meeting point at the very heart of the historic village of Little Walsingham. Places of historic interest and beauty in and around Walsingham include Walsingham Abbey Grounds, the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, The Slipper Chapel, the Methodist Chapel, the Chapel of Saint Seraphim, the Shire Hall (court house) museum, the Wells-Walsingham light railway and various impressive timber framed buildings and fine Georgian facades.
  • Clean, friendly and great value

    Tony2020-01-25T00:00:00Z
  • A bit dated but very clean and ticked all the boxes for me. Great value for your money

    Brian2019-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Guest house


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    Walsingham, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    Fox Cottage is a luxurious 18th century Grade II listed brick & flint cottage which has been stylishly refurbished by its owners for use as their holiday home. This gorgeous cottage has a wealth of original features and has been imaginatively furnished to create a unique hideaway perfect for couples. There's a charming sitting room with a high beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace and a bespoke hand-crafted rustic kitchen with stripped floorboards and all the contemporary mod cons! Upstairs has been cleverly reconfigured to create a fabulous light and airy bedroom with an indulgent roll-top bath and a separate shower room. Guests can enjoy lovely countryside views across the valley from here. It is ideally located with off-street parking and a pretty garden, perfect for a Norfolk break throughout the year, being within walking distance of Stiffkey's salt marshes and coastal path, excellent Stiffkey Stores and the popular Red Lion pub. It's within a 10 minute drive of Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham's gorgeous sandy beach. Dogs by arrangement (small additional fee of £20 per dog)
    Ground Floor Sitting room: a gorgeous high ceilinged room with lovely exposed beams, an original inglenook fireplace housing a wood-burning stove and pamment tiled floor with a sheepskin rug. There's a large comfy Loaf grey sofa to snuggle up on, two leather armchairs, coffee table and occasional lamps, digital TV with a built in DVD player. Steps lead down from here to: Kitchen: charming bespoke kitchen hand-crafted by a local craftsman, with stripped floorboards, oak worktops, Smeg gas range cooker, Belfast sink with a "drawer" dishwasher under, integral washing machine, integral fridge with ice-box, and a Nespresso machine. For dining, there's a stylish rustic breakfast bar with two cast iron bar stools with fluffy cushions. A stable door opens out to the front lawned garden. There's the advantage of free wi-fi provided in the cottage. First Floor There is a wooden staircase which leads up from the sitting area and opens directly into the bedroom suite. Master Bedroom Suite: luxurious light and spacious room with lovely countryside views across the valley. No expense has been spared to ensure that guests have a comfortable night's sleep with a Loaf French-style upholstered king-size bed and hotel quality bed linen and towels, bedside tables and lamps, built-in wardrobe and a dressing table. A real feature of this room is the fabulous free-standing bath, cleverly placed on a plinth to enjoy the fabulous views across the valley, whilst sipping a glass of champagne! Separate shower room: walk-in shower, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Outside At the front of the cottage is an attractive lawned garden with a shingled parking parking area providing off-street parking for one car. At the rear is a high-walled courtyard garden with an outside table and chairs, perfect for dining al-fresco. There are delightful walks directly from the cottage along the Norfolk coastal path and Stiffkey marshes. The popular Red Lion pub is only a few minutes walk away, as well as the excellent local Stiffkey Stores which is a real treasure trove with a great reputation for excellent coffee and apparently the best chocolate brownies in Norfolk.
    Stiffkey Stiffkey is a picturesque coastal village with one of the oldest stretches of saltmarshes along the Norfolk coast. It is an important wildlife habitait and is an ideal base for walkers and ornithologists with the Norfolk coastal path passing through here. It has an excellent village pub/hotel called The Red Lion which has a good reputation for local ales and good locally sourced food. It is also home to the famous Stiffkey Lamp Shop and the well-stocked local farm shop/cafe: Stiffkey stores. The beautiful sandy beaches at Holkham and Wells-next-the-Sea are approximately 10 minutes drive away, with the harbours and boat trips from Blakeney and Morston within 10 minutes drive to the east.
  • A cozy stylish cottage. Every comfort you could want—easy-to-use wood stove, comfortable living area, great bathtub. In a peaceful village. Easy walk to the scenic Stiffkey marshes. And a lovely shop right across the street.

    Amanda2019-11-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay! The cottage was just as described and the village was lovely. Great pub just a short walk away and great dog walking routes along the salt marshes. Perfect base for exploring. Would definitely recommend to others! Just be warned of the road... It can get quite busy but we didn't find this a problem.

    Shelley2019-05-16T00:00:00Z
  • We had an amazing few days in Fox Cottage. The accommodation is beautiful, cosy, and homely: we fell in love with it and really enjoyed sitting in front of the log burner during the blustery evenings. Stiffkey is a lovely place. We regularly visit the North Norfolk coast but this was our first time in the village and it was perfect for accessing the salt marshes and coastal part. The Red Lion pub is just a few minutes walk from the cottage was really hospitable with decent food and a nice selection of gin. We would definitely stay at Fox Cottage again.

    Wendy2019-03-18T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Stiffkey, United Kingdom

    Sea Pink is two minutes' walk to Wells Quay - with magical views, working fishing boats and an unspoilt wilderness. All within a few steps of fantastic restaurants and chic shops. Sea Pink is small but stylish. We have thought carefully about every detail for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Very clean, Smart TV & WiFi, high quality linen, parking. A mile to the huge, beautiful beach, lined with beach huts (including our own for hire). Covid-19: Bookings cancelled for 3 weeks from 23 March.
    We love Wells and want our guests to have a special time too. The decor of Sea Pink is designed to be calming, the cottage is equipped with everything you could think of and we can recommend our favourite things to do, see and eat depending on your interests. You might want to escape to the saltmarsh, beach or countryside and see some of the wildlife on our doorstep, sample delicious, local food, or explore the historic country estates. Sitting/Dining Room with dining table and chairs, sofa, armchair, monk's bench, flat screen Smart TV, DVD, CD player, WiFi, sound bar, clock radio with Blu-tooth speaker Kitchen with gas hob and electric oven, fridge with ice box, microwave, washer/dryer, Tassimo Coffee Machine and breakfast bar by stable door Bedroom with double bed and doors off leading to ensuite shower and small separate cloakroom with washbasin and wc. Garden: Decked courtyard with garden furniture. Parking: Designated car parking for one car. Heating: G.F.C.H. Also Provided: Towels. Hairdryer. Local magazines, DVDs, books and games.
    The beach a mile from the harbour was named Sunday Times "Beach of the Year" in 2016 and it's not hard to see why. The wide open skies, the sense of freedom even on a busy day, the sweep of huts against the pine forest. Ask about our beach hut if you want to make your stay extra special. We have fantastic gastro pubs and cafes a short walk away (I can make recommendations) and great shops along Staithe Street. Or to find solitude and wildlife you don't have to walk far. Local OS map and walk books for use by guests.
  • Sea pink is a lovely place to stay. It’s close to pubs restaurants and the Norfolk coastal path. Just enough space for two people. Everything we needed was at Sea Pink and Zoe was a great host.

    Jennifer2020-03-03T00:00:00Z
  • A great cosy apartment for exploring Wells and around. It was lovely and warm in February, despite the outdoor cold! Lots of thoughtful touches, local info and everything we needed.

    Matt2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location, everything accessible by foot in the local area. The property has everything you could need for a stay in wells and we loved the personal touches inside. Bed is very comfy and surroundings are quiet. Can't wait to be back in warmer weather!

    Amber2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great compact apartment with everything you need , private parking is a great bonus . the apartment is within walking distances to many restaurants and shops .

    Charlotte2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely long weekend at Zoe’s flat in Wells. Everything was as described and the place was spotless. Great communication throughout and Zoe was so helpful giving us excellent tips for places to visit and to eat.

    Nicci2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • We loved Zoe’s apartment. It was stylish, comfortable, cosy and very close to all the amenities in Wells-next-the-Sea. Zoe was very helpful with communicating local tips and places to eat. We’d love to return again.

    Rachel2020-01-31T00:00:00Z
  • The flat is cosy and has everything you could need. Everything worked smoothly from the check-in process to the amenities and all the super helpful local tips. I had a lovely stay and will definitely use the property again next time I visit Wells-next-the-Sea.

    Karen2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • Zoe’s place is a wonderful space right in the heart of Wells-Next-The-Sea. It’s full of lovely touches and is really stylish. We had a very comfortable stay. Zoe was also super helpful and gave us lots of local tips on what to do and where to go. All in all, highly recommended.

    Alexandra2020-01-15T00:00:00Z
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    Bedrooms

    1

    Wells-next-the-Sea, England, United Kingdom

    A cool and contemporary conversion of an old boathouse with a pretty courtyard garden and parking, just a short walk from Wells quay and the centre of this bustling little seaside town. This stylish hideaway, a favourite with our guests, is set in a quiet and peaceful location yet is only a short walk to all the pubs, restaurants and shops. Although small in size, this 'cute as a button' property delivers in bucket loads. With quality fixtures and fittings throughout and a stylish vibe, this little gem is a great place to stay all-year round. With most of the accommodation on the first floor, you have the added benefit of a parking space for a medium sized vehicle in the garage beneath the living area - a rarity in Wells! This bijou detached property allows couples to enjoy plenty of privacy too, with a pretty sheltered courtyard garden to the rear, which is ideal for enjoying a morning coffee and reading the newspaper or dining alfresco on warmer days. Additional Information Sorry no pets. Sorry, no children. Although there is a garage, it is only possible to park a medium-size family car inside the garage due to the narrow road. Larger/estate cars will have difficulty accessing due to the lack of turning space. Please note that the walkway to the side of the property which provides access is narrow. Ground Floor: Entrance hall With limestone flooring and stairs leading to first floor. Shower room Shower, wash basin and WC Utility room/garage Utility area with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. First Floor: Open plan living area Living area Light and airy room with oak flooring, velux windows and french doors onto a Juliette style balcony. Sofa, television with FreeSat and DVD player, CD player/iPod dock unit. Kitchen area Two ring hob, oven, fridge (freezer is located in the utility area/garage), microwave, butcher's style block for food preparation, dining table and seating for two. Bedroom area Divided from main living area by wall that stretches 3/4's of the way across the studio area, this area has a double bed and bedside tables and hanging space. Outside: To the rear of the property there is a pretty courtyard garden with paved area and a table and seating for two, plus a barbecue. The garage will only accommodate one medium size car due to the narrow street in front of the garage and turning area.
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    1

    Wells-next-the-Sea, Wells-next-the-Sea, United Kingdom

    This gorgeously stylish old fisherman's cottage is located just 100 yards from the harbour and nestled in the most delightful Jolly Sailor Yard, which is part of the East Quay in Wells-next-the-Sea. Lovingly and stylishly renovated to a high standard by the owners, this little bolthole features lime-washed beams, curved walls, old floorboards and finger latch doors. With Farrow & Ball colours throughout, this beautiful cottage is everything you would expect from a seaside retreat! Ideal for couples, this beach retreat will capture your heart. Snuggle down with your loved one in front of the wood burning stove in the winter months and catch a view of the sea from the upstairs windows. You are just a stone's throw from enjoying a cup of tea or glass of wine on the East Quay with one of the best views in Norfolk. Choose to while an hour or two with a book or simply sit back and people watch! Although there is no garden, this little gem is delightful and of course you are in walking distance of all the shops and eateries that this bustling little seaside town has to offer! For a unique breakfast experience, head to the Albatross, the Dutch barge moored in the harbour, for their speciality pancakes! Additional information Sorry, no pets. The Norfolk Winder stairs are, as with older character cottages, steep, curved and narrow. Here they are wooden and have a partial handrail on one side. Ground Floor: Sitting room This pretty sitting room has a timber window seat and wood burning stove, comfy squashy sofa and stylish seating and flat screen television. Dining kitchen Functional yet stylish painted cabinets with granite worktops, fan oven, hob, fridge, dishwasher, dining table and seating for three guests. Leading off the sitting room is a Norfolk winder staircase which takes you up to the landing First Floor: Master bedroom The master bedroom is large with a double bed, made up with beautiful linens. A feature of the room is the vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Hanging space for clothes and there are partial sea views from the window. Shower room The separate modern shower room has a double walk-in shower enclosure, complete with rain-head shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail. There is a feature skylight so you can gaze at the stars from here! Bedroom two Single bed with hanging space for clothes. Partial sea views from the window. Outside: The property is accessed via Jolly Sailor Yard, a single track lane, There is no garden but you are just a stone's throw from the quiet East Quay with one of the best views in Norfolk, where you can sit and relax ad while away an hour or two by watching the boats go by! There is unrestricted parking close by although not immediately outside the property or in the road. A weekly parking permit is available from the nearby town car park.
  • Oyster Cottage was exactly as it was described and was very comfy , close to everything in Wells , we had a lovely week . Hope to book again .

    Rhona2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
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    2

    Wells-Next-The-Sea, Wells-next-the-Sea, United Kingdom

    Courtyard Cottage is a charming single-storey converted barn in the quiet and select Abbey Mews complex located in the beautiful grounds of Abbey House. The cottage has the shared use of a large walled cottage garden featuring a really quaint stone garden room. There is also a hard tennis court available. Binham itself is a very pretty traditional Norfolk village, famous for its Benedictine Priory, and has a traditional pub serving good food, and handy local shop. there's also a dairy down the lane selling raw milk. The village halll, field and play area are just down the lane from Abbey Mews. This great little cottage is small but perfectly formed. The owner has managed to pack in everything you will need to make your stay super comfortable and enjoyable. There is a modern, well-equipped kitchen, a light and airy open plan living area, two double bedrooms, one with the option of king-size or twin beds, and a modern bathroom. It will appeal to families, couples and friends who are looking for a peaceful, rural environment but within easy driving distance of the beautiful coastal resorts of Wells-next-the-Sea, Stiffkey and Blakeney. Additional Information Sorry, no pets. All Ground Floor: Entrance lobby As you enter the cottage, there is a small lobby, with pegs for coats. A door leads into... Open-plan living area This room has a lovely light and airy feel, with high ceilings. There is a sofa and an eclectic mix of comfy chairs to chose from as you watch the widescreen (40') television, a remote controlled modern feature electric fire set into the wall for turning on when evenings are cool, and a dining table and four chairs. Kitchen Tucked away at one end of the living area, partitioned by an oak beam divider, is a compact but very well-equipped kitchen with modern cupboards, electric cooker with ceramic glass hob, full-size dishwasher, Smeg washer/dryer, microwave and larder fridge with icebox. Double bedroom A king-size bed with brass bedstead, although there is no wardrobe, there are hooks on the back of the door for hanging clothes. Double bedroom A zip-and-link king-size bed that can be made up as twin beds if required (please request on booking), with brass bedhead. Bathroom Extensively tiled, with white bathroom suite with bath and shower over, wash basin inset into vanity unit, wc and heated towel rail. There is an extendable washing line that can be used across the bath. Outside: Immediately outside the cottage there is a small seating area with table and chairs. Guests also have use of the large communal walled cottage garden, and tennis court (please bring your own rackets and balls). There is a gravelled parking area with one space allocated for Courtyard Cottage, with further parking available near the tennis courts. There is a screened area housing a whirly gig washing line for general use.
  • Lovely location and fabulous cottage

    Peter2019-11-29T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage is fantastic - a secluded and quiet area, very pretty and the cottage had everything we needed. Ideal location too, with the priory just opposite (and a little farm shop - with a cheese vending machine!) and only a few miles from the coast.

    Johanna2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • The property was lovely. In a great location, well furnished and peaceful but also next to a lovely pub.

    Greg2018-07-02T00:00:00Z
  • wonderful little cottage

    Joanna2018-05-07T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

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    2

    Binham, Binham, United Kingdom

    Staying in Wells-next-the-Sea? We've had magical times at our beach hut and love helping you to as well. We provide tea, coffee, hot chocolate and soup and share with guests all our toys and games. You can relax in the deck chairs, use the buckets and spades, or there's cricket, rounders, boules and more. Our favourite time is as the beach empties and the sun sets on another perfect day. No overnight stays. Single day on request, £50. Byfords cake and Prosecco hamper, extra £55.
    Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, UHT milk, sugar and soup provided. Optional extra: Hamper supplied by Byfords of Holt, £55: 7-inch whole sponge, cake bite tub of rocky road, cake bit tub of flapjack, cake bite tub of shortbread, bottle of Prosecco. All in a wicker Byfords hamper. Champagne flutes provided. Ask at the time of booking - can be added as an alteration. Gas canister provided for the picnic stove. Washing up facilities provided. Deck chairs, wind breaks, table, picnic rugs, sun tent, warm blankets out of season, cutlery, crockery, serving plates, cups, plastic wine glasses, solar storm lantern, buckets, spades, games.
    Wells beach was named as the Sunday Times' first "Beach of the Year" and it's not hard to see why. The vast stretch of sand at low tide, the colourful beach huts set against the pine forest, the sunset reflected in the water during an evening high tide.
  • The den is a great place to relax and spend some quality family time on the beach, everything you need. We can’t wait to return

    Becky2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful beach hut on a beautiful beach. What more could you want xx

    Sally2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent well equipped and well positioned hut Had many before but this one was great!

    Sophie2019-07-19T00:00:00Z
  • We had an absolutely brilliant time at this Beach Hut. All the lovely little details, kids toys, deck chairs. So lovely to go to the beach without having to lug all the kit back and forth. I will definitely be hiring this in the future as I don't want to go to the beach without hiring a hut ever again!

    Sarah2019-07-01T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful beach hut. All you could need. Very helpful and responsive host. Highly recommended. Much better than others I have hired

    Darren2019-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • Zoe, Thanks ever so much for letting us use your beautiful beach hut. All generations from grandparents to the 8 month old really enjoyed it. The equipment and the toys at the hut were excellent and well used - so much so we left our stuff in the car - big hint there for others! We hope to use it again sometime in the future. Thank you. Heather & Chris with little people and grandparents!

    Heather2019-05-23T00:00:00Z
  • Having a base on this beautiful beach makes days out so much more relaxed. We appreciated all the equipment from the kitchenware to the binoculars, chairs and windbreaks. The fleece blankets were a life saver when the British bank holiday weather did it’s worst. Zoe was always available for queries before and during the rental. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this place.

    Eithne2019-05-07T00:00:00Z
  • Fabulous beach hut in a great location. Booked this as a gift for others and Zoe was so helpful in making sure they had a great experience. Communication was excellent as was the hamper provided. A great find and we hope to book again some time. Would definitely recommend.

    Sally2019-04-20T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

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    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

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    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

    An absolutely adorable detached cottage for two, just perfect for a romantic getaway. Tucked away on a quiet, private drive with views of Wells church, Myrtle Cottage has recently been lovingly renovated and simply decorated in a relaxed style and retains oodles of cottage charm. This super seaside hideaway has both central heating and a wood burning stove to keep you as snug as a bug around the year. Two pretty cottage gardens to enjoy and ensure you catch the sun's rays morning and afternoon, along with a covetable, private parking space. Comfortably furnished throughout, there's a modern bathroom (on the ground floor, of course!), and up the stairs (steep and winding, naturally!) on the first floor is a lovely, light and airy double bedroom adjoining a spacious landing. The kitchen is compact but well-equipped and the sitting room, with a small dining area, is a cosy spot to spend the evening 'at home' relaxing after a busy day out and about. Myrtle Cottage has an enviably peaceful location with easy access to all local amenities, be it shops, restaurants or cafes. A five minute picturesque stroll through the beautiful Buttlands Green to the quaint shopping area that runs down Staithe Street will lead you to the historic quayside at the bottom of the town. From here, a further fifteen minute walk along the sea defence pathway, and you will reach the town's jewel in the crown; the stunning sandy beach that stretches as far as the eye can see. Additional Information Sorry, no pets. Crown Road must be kept clear at all times. Norfolk Winder stairs are, as with older character cottages, enclosed, steep, curved and narrow. Here they are wooden with no hand rail. Ground Floor: A small entrance hallway leads into Kitchen A compact but well-equipped room with electric hob, counter top oven, microwave, fridge with icebox, washer/dryer and open cupboard with space for coats and boots. Sitting/dining room A cosy sitting room with comfortable seating, a fold up table with seating for two, a flat screen television and wood burning stove. Bathroom A modern bathroom with bath and rainfall overhead shower, wash basin, electric heated towel rail and WC. From the sitting room steep Norfolk winder stairs lead to: First Floor: Landing area With chest and plenty of room for a cot. A travel cot, without bedding, and stair gate are provided. Bedroom With double bed, bedside tables and wardrobe. Outside: A south facing gated cottage garden to one side of the house, and a second small garden to the other side. There is a large off road parking space for one car, adjacent to the cottage.
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    Wells-next-the-Sea, Wells-next-the-Sea, United Kingdom

    Location, location, location! You will be hard pressed to find such a super, stylish little cottage that's got a better view of the Quay than this one. And there's a small parking space too. Situated at the far end of Wells harbour, this lovely character cottage enjoys fabulous views from both the kitchen and master bedroom across the Quay towards the marsh and sea beyond. Refurbished in 2018, Creek Cottage has been sympathetically updated and furnished in a low key relaxing style with comfort foremost in mind. There are two bedrooms (double and twin) on the first floor, along with a shower room. Down the Norfolk winder stairs on the ground floor is a well-equipped dining kitchen, cosy sitting room and a further bathroom. Outside is a small courtyard garden with seating. Perfect for enjoying a relaxing glass of wine or two at the end of a busy day. This bijou cottage is a true delight and is sure to be a very popular holiday choice for families, couples and friends. At full tide the harbour comes alive with fishing boats unloading their catch and local sailors setting out and returning from a day's sailing. Step out of the front door of Creek Cottage and you are just a two minute walk from the heart of this popular seaside town - Staithe Street, with its eclectic mix of cafes, restaurants and independent shops to browse selling absolutely everything. If you have left something behind, worry not, you will find it here and when you want to eat out, you are spoilt for choice with eateries to choose from. Additional Information Please note: Creek Cottage has steep Norfolk winder stairs, As with older, character cottages, they are enclosed, steep, curved and narrow. They are wooden with a solid hand rail on one side. Here there is a door at the bottom and a stair gate at the top of the stairs. Sorry, no pets. Ground Floor: Dining kitchen With a window overlooking the Quay, electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge with ice box. There is a dining table with seating for four. Sitting room A cosy room with a gas 'stove', wide screen Smart television with built-in DVD player and Netflix available for account holders. Cloakroom With wash basin and WC. Bathroom With bath, overhead shower with rainfall shower head and separate handheld shower and wash basin. From the Sitting Room steep Norfolk winder stairs (there is a door at the bottom and stairgate at the top of the stairs) lead to: First Floor: Bedroom two With full-size single beds. Master bedroom The room with a view! With a double bed and french doors that open and offer wonderful far reaching views across the Quay to the marsh and sea. Shower room With shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. Outside: There is a small east facing courtyard garden with bistro table and seating. Parking is available either within the adjoining garage (though this is very narrow) or immediately outside the garage (space for a small car only). If you have a larger car you can raise the garage door and park the front of the car inside the garage. NB: Parked cars must not overlap the pavement, as this could incur a fine. There is alternative roadside parking close by or a pay and display car park.
  • This beautiful cottage is perfectly situated for long walks and pub dinners. The interior is smart, modern and comfortable and we were left a selection of treats to make us welcome, wine, biscuits, crisps, etc. We loved staying here, watching the ever changing tide in the harbour and the harbour life.

    Alan2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic cosy cottage with great views in an ideal lovely location. A welcome hamper was a great touch. Lots of games and books if the weather is bad, luckily we didn’t need them.

    Dawn2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
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    Wells-next-the-Sea, Wells-next-the-Sea, United Kingdom

    Oystercatcher is a charming, traditional two bedroom Norfolk fisherman’s cottage situated on the High Street just a short stroll from Blakeney Quay and all of the village amenities. Perfect for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life this property has been recently updated and now has all of the modern requirements required whilst retaining every bit of its coastal cottage charm.
    Upon entering the cottage in to a long entrance hallway you will find the living room on your right with a lovely, comfy sofa, and arm chair perfect for snuggling up in front of the gorgeous wood burning stove. In the corner is a dining table that will comfortably seat four. Neutrally decorated and opened up to the kitchen, this room feels very light, airy and welcoming. From the living room, down a small step is the traditional, small but well-equipped kitchen which has an electric oven and hob, a microwave, a dishwasher and a fridge freezer. The kitchen is tastefully decorated and allows access back through to the entrance hall off which is the ground floor shower room and the door out to the wonderful enclosed courtyard garden which has a pretty table and chairs set, perfect for sitting and sipping a glass of wine on a warm sunny evening. Back inside and to the front of the house is the good sized double bedroom. Up the original, steep ‘Norfolk Winder’ cottage stairs from the sitting room is the large twin bedroom which looks out over the high street. This room has a good sized en-suite bathroom. There is a pull out bed that we can set up in the upstairs twin bedroom to sleep 3 guests. Extra charge applies.
    Surrounding area Blakeney must be one of the most sought after coastal villages in North Norfolk. The whole coastal area, much of it owned by The National Trust, is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, attracting both sailing enthusiasts and ornithologists. The village retains a unique atmosphere with many of the old mariners’ and merchants’ houses remaining in its narrow streets with others tucked away in flint walled alleyways. The main street runs down to the Quay with its salt marsh and channels, with Blakeney Point beyond. There is a surprisingly wide selection of shops, public houses and hotels. A wider range of amenities can be found in the Georgian town of Holt, about 5 miles to the south.
  • Everything about Michelle's place was perfect from the booking and communication process, check-in and the cottage itself.

    David2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • We had a brilliant stay in Oyster Catcher Cottage The cottage could easily be a forever home for us as its stylishly updated but in keeping ...if only 😊 We will definitely book again with you as 1 night was just not enough! The bottle of wine was also a nice touch, thank you ! Thanks again for a great stay Dean and Claire

    Dean2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect location in North Norfolk. Beautifully decorated and cosy cottage. Michelle was very communicative and a welcoming host. Would definitely stay again.

    Laura2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Oystercatcher is a charming well sized cottage close to the centre yet very quiet. We always found parking outside and could easily walk to the harbour in 5 minutes. The cottage was very well stocked with everything, from corkscrews to a DVD player, enjoyed by the rustic wood burning stove. Michelle was an excellent host and was always quick to get back and help out with queries. We will certainly be going back, highly recommended.

    Nicholas2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Michelle fully deserves the title of super host and was attentive and helpful from the moment we booked. The cottage was clean, cosy and well-appointed and in a perfect location to explore the north Norfolk coastline. We enjoyed stunning beach walks, incredible wildlife watching and good pub grub all close by. Great winter mini break.

    Tom2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage in a great location.

    Lucy2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great three day winter break in Blakeney. The house had everything we needed and is in a good location close to a lovely delicatessen, the White Horse pub and the quay. Michelle was very responsive and helpful. If it we’d visited in warmer weather we definitely would have enjoyed the garden!

    Guy2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Well equipped and perfectly situated. The cottage is tastefully decorated and very cosy. Definitely recommended.

    Sue2020-02-04T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, England, United Kingdom

    Fo’c'sle is a delightful detached timber clad retreat, located in the heart of the North Norfolk countryside just a short drive to the coast and one of North Norfolk's best restaurants, the Wiveton Bell, making it ideal for couples to both relax and explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Fo’c’sle, (pronounced Folksall), is an old fashioned word for forward castle, the part of a ship with the sailors' living quarters. Set in the heart of the glaven valley, you don’t have to worry about the sea conditions to enjoy this peaceful hideaway!. Attractively furnished with many of the finishing touches coming from the local potttery/gallery “Made in Cley”, the open-plan ground floor offers a well-equipped compact kitchen, a bright kitchen/dining area with double doors opening into the private courtyard and a cosy sitting room with wood burning stove. On the first floor you are greeted with a large bedroom with picture window providing lovely views over the church and valley and a comfy king-size bed and en-suite shower room. The cottage is looked after by the owners who live next door, who can give great tips on what to do and where to go in the local area. Nestled between the coastal villages of Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea, Wiveton is an ideal location to enjoy the beauty of the glaven valley with its wildlife, birdlife and walking opportunities, whilst being located just one mile south of the coast road. There is an excellent bus service operating along the A149 coast road, the 'Coasthopper' which is great for walkers in that the bus route shadows the Norfolk coast path. This enables one way walks to be undertaken with relative ease and is a great way of visiting the coastal villages without the need to use your car. The Wiveton Downs is a registered "Dark Skies" site where it is possible to see the northern lights, or aurora borealis, and this area of the UK boasts some of the darkest skies in the country being that it is unaffected by light pollution and so making it ideal for star gazing. Additional Information Two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge). Unfortunately this property is not suitable for infants or children. The bed has synthetic bedding. Logs are provided for the wood burning stove. Ground Floor: Sitting room Ample comfortable seating, wood burning stove, flat screen television with Freeview and a DVD player. Kitchen A well equipped kitchen with slimline dishwasher, microwave, electric oven and hob with cooker hood over, under counter fridge with a freezer ice box. Dining room Dining table with seating for two guests and double french doors leading into the courtyard garden. Cloakroom Wash basin and WC. First Floor: Master bedroom A lovely bright room with king-size bed and a large picture window with views over the glaven valley and neighbouring property. En-suite shower room Walk-in shower, wash basin and WC. Outside: There is a west facing courtyard with terrace and lawn area, with ample garden furniture. Please note the the courtyard is not secure for dogs. Off-road parking for one car is available to the side of the cottage.
  • Cozy, warm and stylish comfortable cottage, perfect for two and one or two dogs. Lovely location for beach walks and a Michelin starred pub, serving the most amazing food. Friendly but unobtrusive kind hosts.

    Julie2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Fo'c'sle is a wonderful place to recharge your batteries and take it easy. We had a magical week there in February. Mornings were spent watching the birds through the window, and cosy evenings were spent in front of the log burner.

    Lynne2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • 5 stars for everything speaks volumes. Excellent compact cottage, ideal for 2 people. Also, excellent location to explore this beautiful area.

    Derek2019-11-30T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely accommodation in a great location to explore the surrounding area. The local pub-The Wiveton Bell has great food too! We had a great time exploring this region and its beauty.

    Jeremy2019-10-30T00:00:00Z
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    Wiveton , Wiveton, United Kingdom

    A cosy, character cottage with lovely views and charming cottage gardens, perfectly located for easy access to the coast and getting out and about. As soon as you enter the front door of Muckledyke Cottage you will feel its warm and relaxing welcome. Nearly three hundred years old, this pretty brick and flint cottage is undeniably compact, but it is warm, comfortable and well-equipped. The south facing sitting room enjoys views across pretty cottage gardens to the open landscape beyond and has a feature fireplace with wood burning stove to ensure you stay super toasty in cooler months, as well as a dining area just made for special fireside suppers. The kitchen is fully fitted with hand made units and all modern appliances, and has a useful, adjoining utility room. Upstairs there are two sunny bedrooms (a double and twin) and bathroom with shower. The beds have luxurious goose down duvets and lovely white linen - so tempting at the end of a busy day. The garden at the rear of the cottage is a true delight - fully enclosed, sheltered and sunny - a lovely, safe spot for children to play and somewhere to enjoy a quiet afternoon with a good book. If you are looking for a special coastal retreat that offers you characterful charm, comfort, peace and a touch of romance, look no further than Muckledyke Cottage. Simply perfect for a small family, a couple or friends to enjoy all year round, and ideal if you are a keen walker or birdwatcher as you are only five minutes' walk from the North Norfolk Coastal Path which runs alongside the salt marshes; a haven for sea and wetland bird and wildlife. Please note: There are some low ceilings and the stairs are steep, in keeping with the age of the property, and a neighbouring cottage has a right of way through the rear courtyard that leads to the garden. The twin bedroom does not have heating, but there are portable heaters available. Ground Floor: Sitting/dining room A sunny room with comfortable seating, wood burning stove, television with Freeview and DVD player. There is a dining table in the window with seating for four. Kitchen Fully fitted with hand made units, equipped with electric cooker, slimline dishwasher, microwave and fridge/freezer. Utility room With further storage space and washing machine. Steep straight stairs from the kitchen lead to First Floor: Double bedroom Overlooking the front of the cottage, this sunny bedroom enjoys lovely views across the Stiffkey valley, and has both a wardrobe and chest of drawers. Twin bedroom With two 2'6" single beds (without headboards). A travel cot is available. Bathroom With shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. Additional Information: One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge). There are some low ceilings and the stairs are steep, in keeping with the age of the property. A neighbouring cottage has a right of way through the rear courtyard that leads to the garden. The twin bedroom does not have heating, but there are portable heaters available.
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    Stiffkey, Stiffkey, United Kingdom

    This stylish, open plan, barn style retreat has lovingly and elegantly been revamped for 2020. You’ll notice curiosities and antiques dotted around this cottage, making it a unique place to stay. As well as communal gardens to the front of the cottage and a grassed area to the side, the perfect place for a morning coffee or a spot of yoga, Garden Wall Cottage has a private back garden (complete with hot tub) for the ultimate peaceful spot to watch the sun go down, with a glass in hand. Built into the garden wall of Great Snoring’s Manor House, and on the site of an ancient orchard, Garden Wall Cottage is ideal as a romantic couple’s get-a-way, or for a small family and the style and comfort of this hideaway won’t disappoint. Two double bedrooms with bespoke beds are the perfect place to recharge the batteries and truly relax. Great Snoring was so named (in 1611) because it was such a peaceful village, and thankfully not much has changed today. Situated six miles inland, Garden Wall Cottage occupies a quiet and serene corner of Great Snoring and is a thirty minute walk to the local pub in East Barsham, serving fine ales and great food, as well as a divine Sunday roast. Great Snoring is just a fifteen minute drive from the popular coastal resort of Wells-next-the-Sea, with its independent shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, fabulous quay and stunning beach. Five minutes in the car and you are at Great Walsingham’s award-winning pie shop and café, two village pubs and farm shop. Additional Information: Children welcome. Travel cot and stair gate available on request. Up to two well-behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge). Use of the five-seater Jacuzzi hot tub is charged at £120 per booking. Hot tub bookings come with the loan of white toweling robes. The cottage benefits from super fast fibre broadband (up to 70MB) The duvets are allergen free micro fibre. For pillows there is a choice of Norfolk goose feather or allergen free ones - please specify. Please request for trundle bed to be set up on booking if you are planning to sleep five people. Accommodation Ground Floor: Entrance in to open plan sitting/ dining/ kitchen area Sitting/ dining area Large sofa and arm chair around exposed brick fireplace with electric wood burning stove, Smart television and antique dining table with black farmhouse chairs next to the open staircase. Kitchen Double height kitchen, exposed beams, shelving, denby crockery and high-end cookware, electric oven and hob, combi microwave, small dishwasher, fridge, ice box/freezer, Alexa blue-tooth speaker, breakfast bar with stool and stable door to the enclosed back garden. Bedroom two With 4'6" double bed from The Original Bed Company, ercol chair, make up wall mirror and full length fitted wardrobe. First Floor: Master bedroom With high set, 5' king size bed, Smart television, antique furniture, hanging rail, drawers and suitcase bench. Single, trundle bed underneath the main bed can be set up on request for a fifth sleeper. Bathroom With a Bristan shower over the bath, wash basin, WC and Rointe heated towel rail. Outside: Fully enclosed, paved courtyard garden with night time lighting, table and chairs, outdoor sofa, fire pit and barbecue. The garden is finished with country planting and a large heritage apple tree. Use of the Jacuzzi hot tub can be booked for an extra charge of £120. There are communal gardens to the front of the cottage and a grassed area to the side of Garden Wall Cottage. Cart shed style garage for private parking for one car and visitor spaces on site and across the road.
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    Great Snoring, Great Snoring, United Kingdom

    A lovely old fisherman's cottage just bursting with character and charm only minutes away from the Quay and the heart of this popular seaside town. Harbour View Cottage is a delightfully cosy and inviting 300-year old fisherman's cottage tucked away in a quiet loke set back from the Quay. With beams made from the masts of old fishing boats, original wooden and tiled floors, a reclaimed pantile hearth, latch doors and steep Norfolk winder stairs to both floors, you can step back in time and let your imagination wander to Wells days gone by. But, don't worry, when you drift back to the present, you will find all mod cons, including WiFi, central heating and Sky TV! You can catch a glimpse of the Quay and sea from the bedrooms, there is a lovely sunny and private terraced garden to relax in and the availability of off road parking - on a first come, first served basis. Once you are parked, you don't really need your car, because everything is within walking distance and, if you want to venture further afield, just catch the Coasthopper bus that regularly stops in the town all year round. This two bedroom character cottage is set over three floors, and a very comfortable and secret hideaway that will appeal to all kinds of holiday makers - families, walkers, bird watchers, couples and friends - at any time of the year. Additional Information Sorry, no pets. Please note: Norfolk winder stairs are, as with older character cottages, steep, enclosed, curved and narrow. Here they are wooden with a hand rail on one side. Ground Floor: Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Room A well-equipped country style oak kitchen with tiled floor, electric cooker with ceramic hob, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge with icebox and microwave, overlooks the dining and sitting areas beyond. Wooden flooring runs through the dining area, where there is a wooden table and seating for four, set beside the pantiled hearth and fireplace (the fire is not for use). The raised sitting area has a television with Sky and a DVD player. Steep winder stairs lead to the First Floor: Twin bedroom A pretty room with two 2'6" single beds and window to the front and view of the Quay. Bathroom A white suite with bath and shower over, wash basin and WC. Steep Stairs (with handrail) to the Second Floor: Double bedroom With 4'6" bed and window to the rear overlooks the garden and to the front offers a view to the Quay. En-suite cloakroom With wash basin and WC. Outside: Enclosed private south facing terraced garden with table and chairs. There is a right of way through the garden for the adjoining cottages, but this is very rarely used. There is an off road parking area shared with the adjoining cottages, which is available on a first come first served basis.
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    Wells-next-the-Sea, Wells-next-the-Sea, United Kingdom

    The Nest is a comfortable and cosy annex perfect for couples exploring Wells and the wider Norfolk area. Only a 10-minute walk to Wells Quay, the property also includes an outdoor seating area and a parking space.
    The Nest is a 1-bedroom annex attached to a family home. The accommodation consists of a double bedroom with king size bed, en-suite bathroom with shower and W/C and a small kitchenette area just outside of the bedroom. The kitchenette area is equipped with a fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and kitchenware. The bedroom also includes a table with seating for two and a flat screen TV with DVD player. Wi-Fi is provided.
    Wells is an unspoiled seaside destination waiting to be discovered. The quaint town is home to a range of fantastic pubs and restaurants. The golden sand on Wells beach stretches for mile upon mile when the tide is out and is considered one of the best beaches in Norfolk! A walk along the beach to Holkham enjoying miles of perfect golden sand is a must. Younger children might enjoy the indoor play area ‘Play land’ and the newly opened Wells Maltings holds craft events, cinema films, live music and events suitable for all. Carnival week is also not to be missed, usually at the end of July, it includes a raft race, tug of war, duck race, sandcastle and sculpture competition, carnival parade and live music events throughout the week.
  • Accurate description of property and good communication and practical support.

    Hayley2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful stay, thanks very much

    Glenn2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Warm, cosy and cute! The perfect location for a weekend away in Wells. You can walk to every pub, fish & chip shop and bakery that Wells has to offer (I speak from experience!). The Nest was a welcome warmth from Storm Ciara, a cosy little room with a comfy (although slightly noisy) bed. Everything was spotlessly clean and cannot be faulted. Thank you for a lovely weekend at the Norfolk Coast.

    Beth2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, lovely clean apartment. Instructions for access not to clear as past the pub is another turning, took us a while to locate and makesure it was the location before we drobe on someone else's property. Take some ear plugs as the road is noisey, mattress was a bit springy too. But was very clean and great amenities! Just small suggestions to help make it a lovely stay for future guests! Great location walking distance to town and harbour Thanks 😊

    Katie2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • The Nest is a small self contained apartment with a very clean en-suite w.c and shower room. Bedding is provided as well as some basic toiletries. There are tea/coffee making facilities and a toaster plus a microwave/grill/oven in a small kitchen area with cutlery and crockery for two people. A dining table and chairs are in the room along with a tv with integrated dvd player. There is parking on site which is rare in Wells. The Nest is about a 10 minute walk to the centre of the town and Quay. The beach is a good 15-20 minus walk from the town but in summer a minature train runs every 15 minutes. Peter and Linda are lovely hosts and have lots of tips and recommendations for places to visit and eat.

    Laurence2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • My partner and I stayed here for a few nights over the new year period and had a great time. Really good location, only a 10 minute walk from the harbour, and a great pub just a few doors down. Hosts were very accommodating and friendly, and the 2 family dogs on the property were an added bonus for us :). Overall we highly recommend a stay here.

    James2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • Great place just 5 minutes walk to town centre. Small but well thought out kitchen area and a great base for a couple of days relaxing in the North Norfolk area. House owner (its a joined but independent entry/exit annex to the main house) was very welcoming and friendly - great stuff. Would stay again.

    Carl2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • A warm, cosy retreat within walking distance to the quaint seaside town centre and coast.

    Charles2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
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    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

    'Hushwing' is a private, single-storey one-bedroom annexe attached to our family home at 'Row Hill Farm'. Built at the same time as the house in 2018 it features light, spacious accommodation with under floor heating throughout. Idyllic rural position. Allocated off road parking. 10 minutes drive to the coast. 3 great pubs within 3 miles. Convenience store - 2 miles. With breathtaking views, and a private enclosed garden 'Hushwing' is the perfect retreat. Dog friendly. REDUCED RATES FOR 7 DAY+.
    Living Area: double height, open plan room with kitchen, dining and lounge areas. Your eye will immediately be drawn to the stunning, uninterrupted view of rolling fields. The newly fitted kitchen includes an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge with freezer compartment and Tassimo coffee machine.The kitchen is well equipped with plenty of space for storage. The dining table has space for four people. The lounge area has a corner sofa, Smart TV, DVD player, Amazon Echo Dot, books, board games and magazines, and French doors opening onto the south facing terrace and gravel garden. Bedroom: includes a King sized bed, dressing table, and plenty of storage. Small SMART TV, and access onto the terrace via French doors. Bathroom: bath and walk in shower. Complimentary 'Molton Brown' toiletries provided. Outside: Hushwing is accessed by a gravel driveway and has its own allocated parking space with a second space also available by arrangement. The private, secure south facing gravel garden and terrace are accessible from both the bedroom and lounge. The outside space is equipped with Weber BBQ and dining table and chairs for summer 'al fresco' dining. One dog welcome by arrangement. We can accommodate one child under 2 by arrangement. Cot and High Chair available (cot bedding not provided). Bed linen and towels are provided, but please bring your own beach towels.
    Hushwing is set back off a quiet country lane - great for biking, walking. The stunning North Norfolk Coastline is a ten minute drive away, with the sandy beaches of Wells-next-the-Sea, the wild marshes of Stiffkey and Morston, and the harbour at Blakeney all within easy reach. The views from 'Hushwing' are pretty special with uninterrupted rolling views of the Norfolk countryside. There are 3 great pubs within 3 miles - 'The Chequers' at Binham, 'The Carpenters Arms' in Wighton and 'The Black Lion' in Little Walsingham. A mile walk down country lanes to the 'Walsingham Pie Shop' is a real treat for a fantastic breakfast or an award winning pie. The nearest covenience store is 2 miles away in Binham, where you will also find the 'Little Dairy Shop' selling raw milk and local cheeses. The Georgian town of Holt is 15 minutes away by car. A great place to spend a few hours around the galleries, shops, and tea rooms. We are also only 3.5 miles away from the famous Thursford Christmas Spectacular, and offer two night short breaks during November and December to accomodate visitors.
  • Jo and Tom's Annexe was beautiful, and we had a fantastic stay there. Everything was very clean, and there were lots of lovely extra touches and amenities around the house. Would definitely love to stay there again!

    Michael2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Outstanding place with everything you need. It’s a home from home with little extras. Very comfortable bed with a view that will leave you gobsmacked. Jo and Tom are absolutely lovely and made us feel extremely welcome. Already booked to go back in May. Highly recommend

    Angela2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
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    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

    Brooke Cottage is quite simply everything you would imagine from a traditional old Norfolk cottage. Grade II listed, and dating from the 17th century, there's a huge inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove, a twisty, steep winder staircase, original pine latched doors, a lovely brass bed and views over the green of an historical village. The cottage is furnished beautifully with period and comfortable furniture. The doors are low so you may need to remember to duck your head! The cottage is situated in a peaceful and pretty area on a quiet country lane. The River Stiffkey runs through the village and there is a ford to drive through - although there is an alternative route if you wish! The popular coastal resort of Wells-next-the-Sea with its independent shops, cafes, restaurants, fabulous Quay and stunning beach is a few minutes’ drive away. Additional Information Two well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge). Norfolk Winder stairs are, as with older character cottages, enclosed, steep, curved and narrow. At Brooke Cottage they are wooden with a vertical hand rail. Please note: there is renovation work being carried out at the property opposite Brooke Cottage. This should cause minimal disruption but there could be some noise during working hours only. Ground Floor: Kitchen Bespoke fitted kitchen with wooden work tops. Microwave, electric oven and hob, fridge with icebox, dishwasher. Pamment flooring and beamed ceiling. Utility room/cloakroom With a washing machine and wc. Sitting/dining room Lovely cosy room with window seat looking over the village green. Large brick inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, a dining table and chairs. Period features and beamed ceiling. Snug With a sofa bed, electric wood burner style fire, window seat, period features and beamed ceiling. Television with Freeview and DVD player. Steep Norfolk winder style stairs with hand rail First Floor: Bedroom one Twin room with sloped ceiling, two single beds and a view over the village green. Bedroom two King-size brass bed with double aspect windows to village green and lane. En-suite shower room With shower, wash basin and WC. Bathroom With a small bath, wash basin and WC. Outside: To the rear is a shared courtyard area plus a further area of enclosed lawn which is private (not fully secure for dogs). Parking outside the cottage on the green.
  • Beautiful cottage, everything you want for a wonderful holiday.

    Alan2018-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

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    Great Walsingham, Great Walsingham, United Kingdom

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