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Places to Stay in Blakeney

Places to Stay in Blakeney

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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.
The cabin is in my garden, with parking and just one minute fom the quay. 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!
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Entire home/flat


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Guesthouse


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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 but has a hair dryer, radio, double bed, peg hooks, soap, kettle, fridge, microwave, UHT milk, tea, coffee, nibbles. Towels and Egyptian cotton linen is provided. Underfloor heating, tiled floor. There is a 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! 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. The flooring throughout is tiled and there is only a single shallow step on the garden path leading to The Shed. The Langham Blue Bell (5 doors away) serves breakfast between 8.30 - 10am. £10 covers tea/coffee, juice, fruit and toast plus a choice of full English breakfast, smoked salmon option, vegetarian breakfast or buttermilk pancakes. Just need to book the night before. The same pub also serves at lunch and dinner but there are countless good places to eat.
The BlueBell pub in Langham is now open, only 5 doors away and offers gastro pub food. The Hotel in Langham with restaurant, coffee shop and retail shop is due to open April 2017. 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.
  • Lovely little place to stay. It had everything we needed to crash out after a wedding. Alison was helpful and friendly and let us drop off our bags early before heading out for the day. Great little find thank you :)

    Ayse2017-08-06T00:00:00Z
  • Alison was helpful and welcoming on our arrival, and we had the honour of being the first airbnb guests to stay in her 'shed in the garden'. It is very tiny, but that is made quite clear in the description. It is cosy, private, and quiet. How nice it was to look out on a garden in the morning. Just the place to stay if you are touring in Norfolk and want to be near its beautiful coastline.

    Dean2016-11-19T00:00:00Z
  • Luxurious and tranquil ... perfect gateway stay!

    Jules2017-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Really quirky place in a quiet village within striking distance of the coast. Would definitely recommend. The underfloor heating was especially appreciated at this time of year

    Tom2018-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Thanks for a great stay at the shed. Perfect for what we needed and a lovely cosy room.

    Emily2017-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • It was a delight to be back in the shed on a cold winter's night. The wind was howling and the under floor heating and hot water bottle felt like a real treat. As a woman travelling alone, it doesn't get much better than this: Egyptian cotton sheets, radio, tea and coffee and safe seclusion. Thank you Alison for being so welcoming and accommodating when I was running late!

    Suzanna2017-12-07T00:00:00Z
  • Had a comfortable stay in this small but perfectly formed room. Alison has thought of everything to make your stay go smoothly.

    Bernadette2017-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect spot for a night away!

    Gemma2018-07-11T00:00:00Z
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    Guesthouse


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    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Langham, 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.
    Quirky home from home
    Wonderful long sandy beaches. Huge big Norfolk skies. Fabulous open countryside.
    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. It's perfect for couples, friends, a family and foodies with Michelin* Morston Hall next door. Morston is a 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 and wall hooks for storage. Bedroom 2 - built-in adult bunk beds with reading lights. An additional cubby hole sleeps the 5th person (always fought over by children!). This is accessed from the top bunk - please note limited headroom here!! There is a sofa bed in sitting room also. 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, mini oven, fridge, toaster, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine with some tea, coffee and milk provided, table & 4 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 sunny terrace with BBQ looking out over a pretty kitchen garden. Please note The Shed's terrace adjoins our family terrace which will not be in use while you are staying although we and our friendly dogs do pass through regularly - see photos. We hope you have a very enjoyable stay!
    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), the ruins of Binham Priory (5 mins) and Castle Acre (30 mins) are all nearby and there are many other National Trust properties and other attractions to visit. Just 10 minutes away is the Warham Iron Age fort - a must for a picnic on a sunny day. There are plenty of historic churches to visit, the Wells pinewoods, golf courses, farm shops and farmers markets, walking the Peddar's Way to name but a few things to do! 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.
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    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 (cooker, fridge, table and chairs, washing machine) 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.
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

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

    Ditch the car and explore Wells-next-the-Sea, staying in a stunning shepherd's hut as your base. En suite shower and WC, cosy wood burner, kitchenette, hotel-quality linen & towels. Walk to enjoy the town's working fishing boats, chic shops and fantastic restaurants. Or to the Coast Path and magical views over the salt marsh. Nestled in a pretty, wildlife-rich corner on the Blue Skies Campsite. Enjoy all that this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has to offer. Romantic, comfortable, secluded.
    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! You won't need to use it during the warmer months but you might want to just for the romance of it. The hut is also insulated and double-glazed. Please note that from April 2019 there will be a separate £15 charge to provide towels and linen. We have mains water. The electricity is 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 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. I may consider providing pocket wifi in future if people demand it. 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), Norfolk ginger biscuits, flowers, milk. 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 have bought a 12-volt hairdryer for your use. I also supply a gas-powered cordless curling tong. 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.
  • The Shepherd’s Hut is fantastic. It is a very stylish space perfect for a few days away in the peace and tranquility of North Norfolk. Zoe is a great host and thought of everything to make our stay perfect. We really appreciated the local information and tips on where to eat and what to do in Wells-Next-The-Sea.

    Penny2018-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Thanks, Zoe, for allowing us to stay in your cosy, perfectly formed cabin. You really have thought of everything! We had a fab time warming our toes by the log fire after some great trips out as recommended by you. Wells has plenty to do and we will definitely be back to tick some more things off the list. We had some amazing meals out as part of Norfolk Restaurant Week and particularly enjoyed the Crown Inn. Thanks again, Jen & Dave

    Jenny2017-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • The "Hut by the Sea" is one of the most nicely decorated and best equipped places I have ever stayed in (I spend a huge amount of time with my job on the road and in the air and staying in places that are not my own and trust me - this is special). It is much more than "Glamping" and when you are in the hut you feel that you are almost being absorbed into the luxury of the place from the crockery (very fine but survived my washing up) to the great selection of glasses (sooo many self-catering places don't see the importance of champagne flutes) to the fantastic selection of kitchen utensils (I hardly used a quarter of them - there is even a proper pasta "spoon") to one of the most important - an extremely comfortable bed with plenty of pillows (and, having a dodgy back, I am VERY fussy). There is also a Weber Braai (BBQ for those of you not brought up in the southern hemisphere) which is all you need for cooking on fire from a burger to a sausage to a potato wrapped in foil to a whole chicken (I kid you not). As I said, though, I am very fussy and there is unfortunately a downside. For me "secluded corner" means being away from the crowds - I chose the first Bank Holiday weekend of the summer (with a great weather forecast) to be there and the campsite was very busy which meant that the noise level and general "busy-ness" was much more than I was happy with - but that is just me :) Zoe was great with her communication from start to finish and I would wholly recommend The Hut as a fantastic base for exploring the wonderful Norfolk coast.

    Helen2017-05-29T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay, to check out the wonders of Norfolk! Very clean and quirky and extra comfortable bed! Zoe was very helpful, and would thoroughly recommend!

    Vicki2017-06-25T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay in the shepherds hut was amazing! Zoe was a great host and gave us loads of info about the local activities and restaurants etc. It's around a 10-15 minute walk into Wells. In the winter months it is cold but the wood burner soon warms things up. Ensuite bathroom also a luxury and hot water worked a charm. Would definitely recommend.

    Chantal2017-12-03T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful space in a lovely secluded little garden . Easy reach of great walks, restaurants and pubs. Zoe was a great host and welcomed us to the hut , answering any questions we had and provided us with very detailed information on making the most of our stay on this beautiful stretch of coastline.

    Steve2018-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Would highly recommend this hut by the sea, lots of lovely little touches to make it a special place to stay and relax,with a helpful and frendly host in Zoe.

    Simon2017-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • The Hut Next The Sea is the perfect retreat to enjoy lovely Wells-Next-The-Sea in. It’s so pretty and every care and consideration has gone into its design and contents. Zoe is a lovely host who had loads of great recomendations of activities for us which were very helpful. We loved making tea on the wood burning stove and slept very well in the cosy bed. The little touches really do go a long way.

    Ailsa2017-08-14T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Hut


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

    The cottage was featured in a 2017 article in Norfolk Magazine listing Norfolk's 8 best Airbnb's and 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. The interior is whimsically decorated with lots of fun, local art on the walls and when reviewing the cottage on Airbn'b guests talk of beautiful views across the marshland and the local deli as added perks".
    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 (✿◠‿◠)
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Cley next the Sea, England, United Kingdom

    Our annex sleeps up to 6 in 2 bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a double bed and 2 single beds. Bedroom 2 has a king size bed. There is a bathroom upstairs and a shower room downstairs. There is a kitchen but no lounge. There is cot on the landing.
    This is an area of outstanding natural beauty and it really is lovely. The annex is light and airy with wooden floors, pretty beds and Cabbages and Roses fabrics. Simple but comfortable. It is made up of two bedrooms, a bathroom, a shower room and a kitchen. It also houses our office which we use on a daily basis but it has a separate entrance. The kitchen is well equipped. Bedroom 1 has a double bed and 2 single beds plus sofa and TV. The other bedroom has one king size bed it also has a TV. There is also a cot on the landing between the two bedrooms. We also have a high chair and stair gate at top of stairs. There is off street parking and you can share our garden which has stunning views. There is also an Al fresco eating area and BBQ. We put 'bake yourself' croissants in the freezer so you have something for breakfast on your first morning and there is milk and OJ in the fridge for you when you arrive plus tea and coffee.
    There is so much to do the neighbourhood that I hardly know where to start...... I love the sea and the beaches, the walking, the views, the wonderful shops of Holt and Burnham Market, fish and chips, our local pub, our village shop, the friendly neighbours, the beautiful Binham Priory. We even have a dairy up the road selling raw milk! There are opportunities for sailing and other water sports, bird watching, walking, cycling, kayaking, horse racing and horse riding on Holkham Beach. There are pubs galore, beautiful National Trust and private stately homes to visit, museums and churches and heaps of galleries.
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Guesthouse


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    2

    Binham, United Kingdom

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    Little Gem is barely 2 mins from Sheringham beach, bijou, self contained, bright and modern. The space is limited but well laid out to provide a bathroom with a shower and a fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar for dining. Additionally, there is a sofa on the first floor for watching TV Wifi now up and running! Bedding is feather and Egyptian cotton, deep firm orthopaedic mattress with feather topper There is unlimited parking available on nearby roads
    Little Gem is the smallest freehold property in Sheringham. Sheringham is one of the few places in Britain where you can see both the sunrise and sunset over the sea The bathroom is off the kitchen on the ground floor and the bedroom is on the first floor with ceiling open to the rafters. The accommodation is fresh with a seaside theme. We leave UHT milk, biscuits, tea, coffee, hot chocolate and sugar to welcome you. Soap, shampoo, Egyptian cotton bed linen, bath towels (please note no hand towels), hairdryer and iron are provided. There is a key safe which offers ease of access upon arrival. The property is only a few minutes from Sheringham beach. On road unlimited parking can be found on Cremer St and Cliff Rd, both very close by. There is also timed parking on the High St and a pay and display car park at the bottom of beach Rd. The Salvation Army car park is practically opposite Little Gem and if spaces are available, it would be possible to unload upon arrival. Parking may be limited during the peak holiday season There is Wifi and a TV
    Sheringham is a vibrant, friendly seaside town. Beautiful golden sands and traditional beach huts, ice cream cones and bunting set the scene. Sheringham offers a wealth of things to do, with The Mo museum, Steam Railway with steam trains running frequently to Holt and Weybourne, Splash Swimming Pool and Golf Course. The thriving high street offers a wealth of independent stores, coffee shops and places to eat. Local attractions include, The Muckleburgh Collection, National Trust properties at Felbrigg and Blickling. From Morston and Blakeney take a trip to see the seals or simply enjoy being beside the sea.
  • Very homely and comfortable, bed was lovely, very clean. Had a brilliant stay, no problems at all. Would recommend over and over again. Would love to come back!

    Liam2018-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Delightful house,very clean and everything you need. Very helpful host. Such a good location once you park the car you don't need to drive again as Sheringham has everything to offer friendly restaurants and pubs. Beech just around the corner , many shops definetley will return.

    Denise2018-03-25T00:00:00Z
  • This is my second stay in Alison's fabulous house. It really does offer great comfort at a reasonable cost and is a pleasure to return to after a hard days exploring in this very attractive part of Norfolk. I look forward to returning!

    Anthony2017-06-20T00:00:00Z
  • Great little property with everything you need right in the heart of Sheringham. Easy check in and out and easy to communicate with Alison if required. Thanks for a lovely stay!

    Kate2017-05-21T00:00:00Z
  • Little Gem is very well located. It is small but was very clean and well equipt. The bed was very comfortable. Communication was easy and Alison made sure we had all the details we needed.

    Megan2017-05-30T00:00:00Z
  • This really is a little gem - thank you so much for a lovely stay and the quick response when I was too stupid to get the shower working!

    Paula2018-04-05T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is well equipped, is very warm and cosy. And in a great location. We would definitely recommend it for a couple.

    Samantha2017-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely decorated and well designed space. ideal for a overnight or weekend stay. Very friendly host.

    David2017-05-14T00:00:00Z
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    Sheringham, England, 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.
  • Although along the main road Terri's place is a perfect 'hideaway' while at the same time close to everything! it is certainly a magical 'find'. Equipped with all the kit needed for a few days or a week's break. Fresh and clean with modern furnishings.

    Christina2018-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • We were made to feel very welcomed. The chalet if excellent cleans, comfortable. The Coast hopper bus is great for exploring the area.

    Frederick2017-06-23T00:00:00Z
  • Best airbnb stay we experienced so far! Super cosy hut that had a nice scent of fresh wood. It has it's own private well-kept garden, but Terri and her husband are close by and are happy to help if you need anything. A supermarket is just across the street and the town center and the water front (excellent fish&chips!) are just a 10 minute walk away. Though it is next to the street it is very quiet and the bed is also extremely comfy. In the evenings we loved to chill in the armchairs in front of the telly. Thank you so much! Greetings from Caroline & Alexander (Germany)

    Alexander2017-03-27T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place to stay. This was a February visit where the weather was as expected a mixed bag of nice, bad and not so great. Staying at Terri's place was marvellous as we could just kick the muddy boots of and relax in the comfy, cozy room for an early night. Never slept so well and so long. There was extensive information on any taste of activity placed on our table in addition to a working TV (much welcome on a rainy night), and the most comfy chairs ( I managed to fall asleep in mine one night, unheard off). The town is only a few minutes down the road with lots of restaurants and the most beautiful walk along the coast path to Holkham Hall (a must). Best Base to go along the coast. Our personal recommendations for quirky must go places: three horseshoes in Warham, Salthouse dun cow - overrated (in my opinion not much character, just some tables with a stunning view though), Cley smokehouse - if you like fish (advise you get there is second to none), real ale shop (around the corner) - a MUST, Walsingham farm shop - fab, Denver Windmill - if you like ale and cider, quirky), English Whiskey at Roudham - outstanding, Twenty Churchwardens at Swaffham (just outside) , the best value basic meal and a proper english pub vibe (only go if you are not into polished gastro pubs), and finally the Ostrich at Castle Acre (the best book charity shop, priory and castle with and excellent pub at the end). Hope this will give anyone some inspiration. And staying at Terri's was a perfect start to visit all those. Immaculately clean and welcoming. Nice touch to have Milk (I forgot ours) a CoOp on the doorstep and biscuits to start us off. Thank you so much.

    Daniela2018-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cabin within easy walking distance of the town. Would highly recommend!

    Jessica2018-04-02T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely little cabin, perfect for a couple wanting to be in easy walking distance of Wells town & harbour. Terri is a great host, friendly & there if you need her. You also get privacy & your own outside space which is great. We will certainly be booking again. Highly recommended.

    Liz2018-04-19T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely short break at Bree's cabin. Cabin was comfortable and surprisingly larger than we expected. Very convenient for harbour and town shops only 5 minute walk. Large Co-op just across the road.

    Stephen2018-04-14T00:00:00Z
  • Very convenient, good places to eat. Great walking area.

    Jane2018-01-29T00:00:00Z
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    Wells-next-the-Sea, England, United Kingdom

    Butterflies is perfect for two, ideally located in the lovely coastal village of Wiveton in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The cottage offers everything you would expect from first class accommodation including sunny garden and private off road parking.
    Recently renovated, Butterflies is just for a couple and is a light, airy, large luxury one bedroom cottage. Located in the centre of Wiveton Village within easy walking distance of an award winning pub or the delightful Wiveton Farm Cafe. Ideally located for many walks to either the coast or the Wiveton Downs. Inside this pretty cottage, on the first floor, you will find the bedroom with a King Size bed and a separate large dressing room as well as a good size shower room with a newly fitted large modern shower. Downstairs is a well-equipped kitchen with a granite and oak worktops, dishwasher and vintage touches such as shelving made from old train shelf brackets. There is also an open plan seating area with a large comfortable sofa, a dining table with stylish chairs and a wood burner. TV, DVD, Radio/CD player as well as fast WiFI is provided. Downstairs there is also a cloakroom that houses a washer dryer. A new heating system provides you with hot water and warmth throughout the whole of the cottage. From the sitting room, there are French doors leading onto a delightful, private sunny garden (garden furniture provided). At the front of the cottage is a large private parking space, suitable for all sizes of vehicles. Overall the cottage has been thoughtfully renovated with light and natural palettes of colour, quality furniture and objects of interest, for example, Norfolk historical agricultural tools. Recent guest comments: " Butterflies is the most beautiful place! We could not have loved it more..... thank you so much and needless to say, we can't wait to stay again" "Just to say what a super place, we love it! We may not leave!" "With so much to do, we haven't used the car since we got here."
    Slow You Down – This is the first sign you see as you enter Wiveton and while not an order, it sets the scene for the rest of your stay. Wiveton village positioned on the River Glaven between Cley and Blakeney is a hidden gem on the North Norfolk coast. It was once a thriving port in the medieval period with small reminders such as grooves cut into the stonework at the back of the delightful St Mary the Virgin Church, where traders ships would once have been moored. From Butterflies you can explore the surrounding area by foot or short car rides. Within walking distance are coastal paths which link up the villages of Cley and Blakeney. Take time to stroll to the Cley Smoke House or Deli and relax with a coffee at Artemis enjoying great views over the marshes. Also Butterflies is within walking distance of Cley Marshes and the recently built North Norfolk Wildlife Trust centre where you can enjoy the spectacular views over the marshes. The bird reserve is the oldest in the country and home to birds such as avocet, bittern and spoonbill. Further afield but only 4 miles away is the delightful market town of Holt, where you can stroll through the narrow shopping lanes and explore the different specialist shops and antique centres. From Holt you can take in the coastal views from North Norfolk Railways steam train to the traditional Victorian Seaside town of Sheringham. Closer back to home you can enjoy a walk via the Wiveton Downs to Blakeney to explore the villages small local shops and quay. Why not rest on the way back to Butterflies at the Wiveton Farm Cafe where you can have lunch or a cream tea while taking in the fabulous sea views. Finally you can still leave your car at home when visiting the award winning Wiveton Bell pub and restaurant which is only 5 minutes walk from Butterflies.
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    Wiveton, United Kingdom

    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.
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    Blakeney, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    Luxury glamping in a cosy and magical shepherd's hut with en suite loo, wood burning stove, electric radiator and lovely south facing uninterrupted views across the fields, reflecting the different farming seasons . Warm private shower room with heated towel rail a short walk across the garden. Just 4 miles from the North Norfolk coast at Morston or Blakeney. The perfect romantic break or just to escape to the country. Read a book, play a board game or cards and get cosy.
    The Hut measures 10 x 14 ft and is insulated and heated with an electric radiator and also has a wood burner. It sits at the end of our garden in a quiet village, it has a private decked area on the south facing side. There are no cooking facilities in the hut except a toaster, kettle and small fridge but we have a charcoal BBQ (bring your own instant light charcoal) and a small camping stove (one gas cylinder provided and further available to purchase) that can be used outside only. Crockery, cutlery and pans provided. Alternatively there are some great local pubs and cafe's in the area within easy driving or even cycling distance if you bring your bikes. Local attraction leaflets, some board games and cards provided for rainy days.
    There is a lovely bridle path that can be walked or cycled (1.5 miles approx.) into Langham where the Bluebell Pub offers delicious food . The Wiveton Café, ( famous for "Normal for Norfolk" )Wiveton, (winter closes) "Back to the Garden" Deli and "cafe" Letheringsett they do great breakfast, brunch and lunch and The Art Café (Vegetarian & Vegan) in Glandford offer local drivable alternatives to pubs for eating out. It is a good idea to call ahead to reserve, we can provide contact details. The market Town of Holt has a lovely mix of independent shops, fishmongers, butchers and a supermarket along with Bakers and Larners a fine local departments store with food hall. You can take a trip to see the seals at Morston with Temples or Beans boats and follow it up with a delicious meal at the Morston Anchor. Bird watching at Cley next the sea, walking the coastal path or on Holkham beach with miles of sand at low tide, maybe a sail with Norfolk Etc. at Morston in sailing season, we have it all!
  • We had a lovely stay at Carolyn's shepherd's hut. It's small but perfectly formed, with essentials well catered for and a wonderful view to wake up to. Would stay here again.

    Pete2018-06-07T00:00:00Z
  • Spacious, top amenities, lovely view very friendly people!

    Adam2018-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • We have just returned from a three night stay at The Hut, which was fantastic. On arrival, we were met by our host Carolyn, who showed us around and was there to answer any questions. The Hut was very cosy and warm - complete with a wood burner, ideal for a chillier Autumn evening! The location was great - a short drive to Holt, Blakeney and Wells. We would definitely recommend it for a short break to Norfolk!

    Josh2017-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • The Hut is incredibly cosy, with a fantastic view. Small, but perfectly formed!

    Adrian2017-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect. Exactly what we hoped it would be. Thank you.

    Rebecca2017-09-24T00:00:00Z
  • Such a fun space and calming, quiet space. Highly recommend!!

    Dana2018-03-28T00:00:00Z
  • If you want a peaceful weekend away in Norfolk than you should definitely stay at The Hut. Carolyn and Tim were the perfect hosts and gave us some great tips. The Hut itself had everything we needed and looked idyllic. We will definitely go back!

    Silke2017-06-25T00:00:00Z
  • Even with the wind on top form , we both enjoyed our stay playing bored games in front of the wood burner. Waking up to a wonderful view , following a brilliant night sleep on such a comfortable bed. Thankyou Carolyn, definitely would return and recommend.

    Poppie2018-02-15T00:00:00Z
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    Field Dalling, England, United Kingdom

    The town green, with its two high-quality pub restaurants, is on the doorstep of this fantastic character getaway! This beach bolthole is seconds from the high street, which leads directly to the quayside a short 5-minute stroll away. The property has two generous bedrooms and a spacious living area and kitchen, with a small courtyard garden. We also have access to beach huts in the dog-friendly and dog-free sections of Wells beach by separate agreement (not included in property rental).
    A large, light and spacious living room provides two sofas with space for cosy family evenings playing the board games or catching up on the day's news or a DVD on the flat-screen television with Sky TV or listening to the great-quality wireless sound system. The wi-fi is fibre, with download speeds of around 35mb. The kitchen has all mod-cons including a large fridge freezer, oven, microwave and washing machine. Also provided are a Dolce-Gusto coffee machine and De'Longhi toaster and kettle. The dining table allows for 4 people to gather for a hearty breakfast before the day's activities. There is more than sufficient kitchen equipment to take advantage of the amazing local Norfolk produce on offer in the nearby deli and other shops to create a family dinner if you decide to stay in, but it may be difficult to resist the two pubs - The Globe and The Crown - both only yards away and both providing great beers, wines and of course superb a food offering. The two generous bedrooms offer a choice depending on guests' requirements - one has a super-king bed and the second bedroom has a zip-link which can alternate between a super-king bed or can be separated into two single beds. Both bedrooms have brand new (2017) hotel-quality mattresses, built-in wardrobes with plenty of space and two bedside tables, each with reading lamps. The bathroom is a light and contemporary suite with bath, basin and toilet, with a shower unit over the bath. A selection of complimentary high-quality toiletries is available for guests and towels for the bathroom and linen for the bedroom are of course provided. To the rear of the property there is a small paved courtyard area with an outside table and two chairs. There is no designated parking, but there are no parking restrictions on The Buttlands and there is space immediately outside the property which is usually available. This property would make a perfect getaway for friends, couples or families looking for a place close to the town, the beach and everything that the beautiful North Norfolk coast has to offer. A beach hut in the dog-friendly section of Wells beach is available by separate agreement (not included in property rental) on a weekly basis, Friday to Friday.
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    Wells-next-the-Sea, England, United Kingdom

    Pimpernel Cottage is a beautifully restored Grade 2 listed brick and flint fisherman’s cottage in the heart of the small North Norfolk coastal village of Blakeney just yards from the quay.
    Your comfort is our main aim, so we have filled the cottage with books and games that can be enjoyed in front of the wood burner in the winter or in the small communal courtyard, locally known as a loke, in the summer. The focal point of the living room is the real fire but the cottage has all 'mod cons' too with TV, DVD, ipod doc and DVD library. The compact kitchen is fully equipped with electric hob & oven, microware and Nespresso coffee machine. Up the original staircase (which is steep and therefore not suitable for toddlers or those with mobility issues) is the spacious master bedroom which has plenty of storage, reading chairs and comfortable double (4ft 6") bed. The modern bathroom is next to the bedroom, and has a shower over the bath. Outside is a shared courtyard garden and Pimpernel Cottage has its own corner, with table & chairs, which makes a delightful spot for a summer's lunch or relaxing with a glass of wine at the end of the day.
    Pimpernel Cottage makes an ideal base to explore North Norfolk, Nelson’s county. It is adjacent to the Coastal path, and at any time of year you can simply open the front door and wander the 100 metres, passing the Kings Arms on the way, and take in the beauty of the marshes and the exhilarating sea air. We happily accommodate dogs and there are many fantastic walks locally with miles of beaches as well as the National Trust and English Heritage attractions abound in the area. Pensthorpe, for many years home to BBC’s Springwatch is a short drive away. The village of Blakeney was once a busy working port but is now used mainly for sailing and seal trips to Blakeney point - there are many boat trips to this three mile shingle spit, a magical place to visit for keen birdwatchers. The village has great selection of holiday amenities - great pubs, cafes, a delicatessen, fish shop, art gallery and small supermarket & post office catering for all your needs. All these attractions together with welcoming local pubs and restaurants in the surrounding area make Blakeney a superb location to relax and unwind.
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    Blakeney, United Kingdom

    Traditional period flint cottage, located within the heart of the village. Walk to both local pubs, Artemis coffee bar, foodie shops,art gallery and beach. A warm cosy welcoming feeling from the moment you walk in. Stylish, truly comfortable interiors with original North Norfolk charm. Open fire for cosy evenings. Just 10 mins walk away is wonderful Wiveton Hall and Farm as featured in the BBC programme "Normal for Norfolk"
    SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER DATES JUST RELEASED - AVAILABILITY CALENDAR SHOWS CHECK -IN DAYS ONLY - ENTER DATES FOR FULL DETAILS OR MESSAGE ME - THANK YOU! Traditional flint cottage full of charm and ambience Comfortable living room with two sofas and open fire (starter pack of logs provided in the winter months), Small Smart TV (Netflix etc.) with Freeview Blu-Ray Player Music System with Bluetooth connection Separate dining room with round table and upholstered chairs Small, stylish,contemporary kitchen with electric cooker (fan-assisted oven & separate grill, ceramic hob) microwave,kettle, toaster. Under-counter slimline larder fridge with small ice-box. Additional table-top fridge proving space for drinks in cupboard under the stairs Lovely downstairs bathroom with bath and shower mixer tap Please note - as with a lot of period property, expect cottage height ceilings,namely in kitchen and bathroom and couple of the internal doors are lower than standard . Two upstairs bedrooms with good quality beds with fresh linen provided. Both have wardrobes with good hanging space and chest of drawers. Beds made up ready for your arrival with John Lewis bed linen Small outside utility room accessed via back door with washer and dryer Good, reliable internet access - unlike " city living" mobile phone reception may be limited depending on your provider Own garden with dining table and chairs - Weber barbecue . Patio area and lawn Full double glazing throughout to help keep the cottage cosy and quiet KINDLY NOTE - NO ALLOCATED PARKING AT PROPERTY - Unrestricted road parking close by on a first come, first served basis and free safe 24 hour car park a few minutes walk away at the village hall. Well behaved children are very welcome - However the cottage is not equipped for young ones with neither stair gates, highchair or cot so parents, please bring what you need with you.
    Pretty village, a short stroll for the coast, with easy access to North Norfolk Coastal Path and Blakeney Point. Visit the landmark windmill with seasonal shop and café. Internationally recognised Bird Reserve and visitors centre. Renowed Picnic Fayre delicatessen, Pinkfoot art galley, Cley smoke house, Made in Cley for artisan pottery and jewellery. Artemis for fabulous cake and coffee on a sunny terrace overlooking the marshes. High quality pre-loved books at Crabpot bookshop. The George and The Three Swallows pub.
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    Cley next the Sea, United Kingdom

    Scandi design, art, comfortable exclusive abode. Peaceful. Cosy bolt hole for discovering beautiful N.Norfolk. Stunning beaches, gourmet restaurants, festivals. Woodlands, National Trust properties in abundance. Wildlife/Salt marshes. Georgian Holt all within 4 mins drive, 30 min walk. Singlenighters welcome however a surcharge for £30 for double bed and £10 extra each person after. Dogs £12.
    This pavilion is set at the rear of a long garden of a grand desgn type house. It’s totally secluded and accessed from a private path. There is car parking in the front drive. It is an enchanting and peaceful place set among pines. I designed the building in 2012. It's classic scandi feel, a comfortable flowing space, open plan. It is ideal for one / two people, or 4 people . Your kids will love the separate funky bunk room. The double bed is in the main large living open plan space with full wall to ceiling views of woodland, a comfy sofa, a kitchenette/designer table and chairs, make this a cool and relaxing area. There is a shower room, as with all the design is modern and stylish. There is a separate room for the washing machine, open plan wardrobe and changing room. The outside space is a large wooden deck under canopy and a garden with lovely view to the adjacent meadow. Magical to sit /eat out on a summer evening.
    The coast,forests, national trusts houses and parks. Enchanting English seatown villages brimming with pubs and gastro dining. Art galleries and Chic shopping. No shortage of charming afternoon tea stops . Golf, cycling, boating, fishing,wildlife marshes. All this within a ten mile range and much more on offer further afield. General feel of the area is mellow,understated and relaxed. Being close to nature.
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    Holt, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    NOW REFURBISHED ready for 2018 up to 6 persons. COSY for winter, CLOSE TO BEACH for summer... 17th century converted flint barn / holiday home in Langham. Bluebell pub 1 min away. Moments from coast, 5 mn to Blakeney. Room 1 super-king bed, Room 2 bunk beds or as 2 singles. New wet-room WC, spacious open plan living area, well equipped kitchen, additional guest beds available. Open fire, central heating. Walled private courtyard ideal for pets / off street parking. DISABLED and PET FRIENDLY
    Mixing traditional character with modern features the barn is light and airy with open plan living with fully functional kitchen leading onto main living area. With the emphasis on offering comfortable all year round accommodation and the courtyard offering ideal secure space for children as well as summer barbecuing and al fresco dining. 2 large double bedrooms offering versatile bedding arrangements suited to either 2 couples, or full family of up to 6. Main bedroom has superking bed which can be arranged as two singles. The second bedroom has bunk beds suitable for 2 adults although can be separated as two singles. In addition the living area offers enough space for additional folding Pocket spring Jaybe bed and air bed for 2 more. With modern glazing and roof-lights for good natural light, open fire for colder evenings, supplemented by HIVE oil fired central heating should ensure you stay cosy regardless of the weather / time of year. Internet, Tv with Netflix, smart phone compatible music system and well equipped stock of board games and books will ensure there is plenty to do. 2 hybrid adult bicycles are available for exploring. SEASONAL PRICING and BOOKING CONDITIONS will apply from the summer so advertised rate is just near term daily rate. May - June : price £650 pw July - 9 Sep : price £775 pw 9 Sep - end Oct : price £ 590 pw I will consider 3 night short breaks over peak periods but they will be at 75 % of weekly rate.
    Langham is a small pretty village located just over a mile to the outskirts of nearby coastal hot spots of Blakeney and Morston. Within the Glaven Valley and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the region is home to many protect species of wildlife and the wonderful coastal walks along salt marshes offer breathtaking views. There is fun to had summer bathing at the harbour, bird watching at a Cley Spy. There are also seal trips, steam railway at Holt and numerous galleries, festivals and numerous arts and crafts venues. Cley and Salhouse are within walking / cycling distance to the east offering some of the best views North Norfolk has to offer. Further excellent pub dining in the local area can be found at The Wiveton Bell, The Dun Cow and Morston Anchor. Morston Hall offers Michelin starred fine dining. Other excellent options for families and afternoon tea include the Wiveton Cafe, the Blakeney Hotel and Byfords at Holt. Local amenities to Langham include the excellent newly reopened Bluebell pub a few doors down and from the end of 2017 the much anticipated arrival of a new large boutique hotel and spa "The Harper" part of Bijou collection, with facilities open to the public and promises to be a major attraction for the village. Additionally there is a soon to open well stocked convenience store as part of this new development. Local BP petrol station for groceries and firewood on A148 at post code NR21 0AB
  • Fantastic place to stay. A beautifully decorated and appointed cottage Could not recommend this place enough.

    Adam2018-05-17T00:00:00Z
  • We have just enjoyed two weeks at Old Salts Barn with our two small dogs. We did not venture too far from the cottage due to the heat for the two weeks. Everything needed was at the cottage and Mark even brought us two new garden chairs as old ones were worn. The new shower was wonderful, I wish ours at home was as powerful. The property is located conveniently for all North Norfolk visiting.

    Ian2018-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • Fabulous cottage! Tastefully furnished with a great shower and very well equipped. Excellent pub next door to eat and drink! Lovely quiet location very handy for all areas of north Norfolk coast. Will definitely visit again!

    Karen2018-05-05T00:00:00Z
  • A great value find in a pretty village located within yards of a beautifully run pub & restaurant (the Blue Bell) where we took a pint or two as well as all our evening meals. We spent 4 days walking the coast path, seeing a marvelous variety of wildfowl, enjoying rich and varied scenery and exploring other towns & villages in the area. The accommodation was pretty spacious for us being only 2 so can easily manage 4 ( 1 double bedroom + 2 adult sized bunk beds) and 6 at a push (I think via put-you-ups but we obviously didn't check these out). A very peaceful location despite being close to the pub and with its own walled courtyard and outside seating. We enjoyed open fires on two occasions (buy your own fire wood - we got ours at 'Arthur's' on the road side on the Langham road from Blakeney to Langham near to Blakeney) after turning down the very adequate central heating (in order to better appreciate the fire). Kitchen is pretty well equipped (no dishwasher but not an issue for 2). Take all you want to eat, as we did (no 'welcome pack' was advertised or provided). Parking is very easy either outside where there was always plenty of space for our 2 cars within yards (or within the courtyard if you prefer or have lots to unload).

    Peter2018-03-26T00:00:00Z
  • Brilliant and cosy cottage with private courtyard made it a great getaway! Langham is quiet, charming and close to surrounding towns and villages. The Bluebell pub is great for food, the sticky toffee pudding is the best I've eaten with nice, helpful staff. Dun Cow is another great place to try for food, nice views and great lobster caught a mile down the road. We will return next year!

    Joe2017-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage in a great location; a good base from which to access Sheringham, Holt and other local spots. Pub next door with good food and drink selection too (including takeaway options), which was welcome!

    Jon2017-12-17T00:00:00Z
  • This is a very well appointed cottage on one level just 20 paces to local pub/restaurant. Very nice linen and finished very well. In the quiet village of Langham that is a 5 minute drive to Blakeney and 15 minutrs to stunning beach at Holkham. We arrived on the coldest and snowiest weekend of the yeat, mark, the owner, kept us informed about travel conditions on days up to our check in day. Despite a problem with the heating ( many people having heating issues that weekend) mark arranged for a guy who came to us at 7 am next day with logs and coal and sorted boiler.Dealt with issue very promptly and great communication. Would happilly recommend.

    Kevin2018-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautiful barn in an ideal location for exploring the north Norfolk coast. The pub next door offers delicious meals at reasonable prices. If peace & quiet is what you’re looking for this barn would be ideal. Also perfect for dogs as the courtyard is completely private & walled.

    Charlie2018-05-27T00:00:00Z
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    Langham, England, United Kingdom

    Lovely good sized period cottage right in the centre of Blakeney near quay. Sleeps six in two bedrooms Includes garage and games room/second lounge which has pool table. Lots of character ground floor showed room and toilet and first floor bathroom with roll top bath
    Lots of character and a good sized property with garage and games room
    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.
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    Blakeney, Norfolk, United Kingdom

    Fisherman's Rest is a bright and modern flat in a central location, and only a stones throw from the beach. The modern interior has everything you will need to have a peaceful stay in a quiet and safe neighbourhood.
    The living space has a sofa and wingback armchair, perfect for watching TV/DVDs, playing games or reading with a cup of tea. The brand new fully fitted kitchen has everything you will need to whip up a meal, and a table and chairs is situated by the large window. The bedroom has a double bed and side unit for storage, a TV/DVD for cosy film nights. The velux window lets the light flood in, and there is a black out blind to ensure you get the best nights sleep possible. The brand new bathroom has a large shower, toilet, hand basin and heated towel rail.
    Sheringham is a beautiful place and the flat is very close to the promenade and the putting green. It is minutes from the shops, cafes and pubs, and about 8-10 mins from the station
  • Lovely bright holiday flat in a quiet location very close to town eateries & coastal walks.Well equipped kitchen & bathroom with many basics also provided. Perfect for a couple to relax & enjoy the coast.

    Liz2018-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • This is a fabulous apartment close to the beach and the centre of Sheringham. It's relatively small, but ideal for a couple. It has a beautifully equipped kitchen and bathroom, TV/DVDs in both the bedroom and living room, and comfortable furniture. Parking is available directly outside.

    Harvey2017-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • Good location,very clean and well equiped and Jo was excellent on communications. Thanks. Chris

    Chris2018-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great location. Close to seaside and railway station . Wed love to stay here again.

    Qianlin2017-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Fishermans Rest for 3 nights, towards the end of October. We loved the stylish decor and the flat was equipped with everything you need - a home from home! Communication with Jo and her partner was quick and easy, and the check-in couldn't have been simpler! The location was excellent, a stones throw from Sheringham beach and an ideal distance from some of North Norfolk's key sights! Definitely recommended!! Thanks Jo.

    Natalie2017-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay in Jo’s flat. It was perfect for our weekend away in Norfolk. Just a short walk from the beach and very close to the pubs and restaurants of the town. Everything was perfectly clean and comfortable, we couldn’t have asked for a nicer place.

    Emily2017-11-19T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely flat with an excellent location, would be great in the summer and was perfect for a Easter break. Jo's an excellent host and would highly recommend staying here.

    Jack2018-04-02T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely stay, with everything needed for a short retreat. Brilliant!

    Luke2018-06-04T00:00:00Z
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    Sheringham, England, United Kingdom

    Our delightful studio is situated next to Morston Hall in a very quiet position, just a short stroll to the Anchor pub and the Quay. It has been fully refurbished, and decorated in a fun nautical style.
    the studio is totally self contained. With a fully equipped kitchen area, a powerful shower, large comfortable king size bed, cloakroom and sitting area. The brand new kitchen area includes, a fridge, cooker, hob, microwave, kettle, toaster and nespresso coffee machine. I have tried to provide all the staple items you will need including teas, coffee, sugar, T towels, cloths, washing up liquid, salt pepper, cooking oil etc. No need to carry lots of bulky provisions. I provide DIY breakfast which includes stocking up the fridge and cupboards on your arrival with cereals, my own free range eggs, my own preserves and marmalade, bread, milk, butter, and fresh fruit. There is a flat screen TV, a hair dryer and an iron. I have also provided Body Shop shower and hair products, and of course towels. It has central heating and a log effect plug in stove, making it warm and cosy on those cooler nights. At the bottom of the steps. under the pergola, is a patio table and chairs for guests use.
    Morston is a small picturesque village with a busy harbour. All the ferries leave from here to visit Blakeney Point. It is very popular with walkers, bird watchers and sailors..
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    Morston, 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.
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    Blakeney, United Kingdom

    Ideally located in a desirable private road in the charming coastal village of Cley-next-the-Sea - a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Stylish first class accommodation, perfect for two. Pretty views, off road parking and private garden. Open fire & Wood- burning stove. Walk to the beach or take a pleasant stroll to the nearby Wiveton Hall and Farm as seen in the BBC's "Normal for Norfolk" Try our other Beautiful Bolthole "The Gatehouse" in lovely Langham Village - 2 miles away
    SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER DATES JUST RELEASED - AVAILABILITY CALENDAR SHOWS CHECK -IN DAYS ONLY - ENTER DATES FOR FULL DETAILS OR MESSAGE ME - THANK YOU! Two bedroom period property in the much sort-after terrace of Beau Rivage in Cley. Situated near the landmark Windmill and the salt marshes, the coastal path to the beach is just a stone's throw away...and so is the village pub! ...if we are booked for your preferred dates try my other beautiful place "The Gatehouse" a couple of miles away in lovely Langham village (Great pub there too!) The stylish, cosy living room has two sofas and period open fireplace The kitchen diner has a lovely wood-burning stove We supply a starter pack of logs and kindling for the fire and wood-burner between October and March Full internet access and landline with honesty box as mobile phone reception can be erratic Both bedrooms have lovely views. The main front bedroom over the reed-beds and back bedroom over the windmill on to the coast. We provide good quality John Lewis bed linen. PLEASE NOTE - the back bedroom has a small 4ft double which we say is a very comfortable single allowing for sleeping arrangements of a maximum of three guests In winter, both beds are made up with Dreamland Intelliheat electric under-blankets for cosy nights The well equipped kitchen diner has dining table and chairs to seat three,an electric oven, hob, dishwasher, large fridge freezer and overlooks the pretty, private garden with outside table and chairs Small utility area with washer dryer Newly fitted bathroom with electric shower over bath Private allocate parking space for one standard size car directly in front of the property with plenty of extra free parking to the rear of the cottage which can be arrived at via a small path at the back of the garden Children most welcome - we will accommodate four guest if one is under two years
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    Cley next the sea, United Kingdom

    The cottage has recently refurbished, includes.. A very comfortable double and single bed En-suite shower room with large shower Log burner effect gas fire in living room, recently fitted electric radiators throughout the cottage Full size cooker and washing machine Toaster, microwave & a dining table to seat three. Large sofa & arm chair Wifi Games and puzzles Close to harbour and the fantastic shops and pubs/restaurants Wells and Holkham beach very close
    Outside and garden - centre lawn with surrounding garden. - chairs and bench - off street parking - very quiet
    Lovely restaurants to suit all tastes Fish and Chip shop five minute walk. Wells Harbour five minute walk. Local fishing fleet and many pleasure boats. Harbour Tour is a must to go on. Wells Playground five minute walk World famous Holkham beach five minute drive or twenty minute walk. Sandy beaches as far as the eye can see Shops to appeal to all ages. All year round bird watching. Geese love to come to Wells in winter time, the skyline is alive with the geese heading back to the salt marches to roost.
  • This cottage is compact but perfect for a couple or family of three, it met all our needs. The off street parking was very tight as we have an estate, and we should have taken notice of Becky's advice, but there was parking nearby. The location is very convenient, the harbour being about a 5 minute walk away. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and wouldn't hesitate to recommend.

    Sharon2018-05-07T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent cottage. Very cosy & well equipped. Very recently refurbished so in tip top condition. Would definitely return

    Helen2018-03-31T00:00:00Z
  • Great little place, very warm (we had blizzards) and cosy, easy walk into town.

    Mike2018-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Compact yet cosy and so peaceful. Cottage was well resources and very convenient for shops pubs and walking.

    Susan2018-01-14T00:00:00Z
  • The house was cosy with comfortable beds and chairs. The immediate locality is attractive. The location is very convenient - not far from the quayside. It is well equipped. The shower was good. There is parking available at the front of the house- but if you have a large car (ours was a Fiesta, so not huge) and you aren't very confident at parking and reversing you might like to have a look at it first - easy to get close enough to unpack anyway. There was a pleasant looking garden with some seating, but we didn't try it in January..... I'd definitely book again.

    Barbara2018-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • This little cottage is a short walking distance from Well’s quayside, restaurants and amenities. It is well equipped and comfortable. The parking space is quite tight and the stairs in the cottage are narrow and steep so require a bit of care but regardless this is a really charming place to stay.

    Jo2018-05-18T00:00:00Z
  • The location was perfect for us, close to the harbour, shops and miniature railway that travels to the beach. Our 2 yr old especially enjoyed the pirate ship play park that was just a few minutes walk away. The accommodation was spotlessly clean.

    Phil2018-06-22T00:00:00Z
  • A beautifully presented little cottage- cosy and stylish. Becky was a fantastic host and always quick to respond. Some lovely extra touches such as the Christmas decorations (we stayed just before Christmas) added to the overall experience.

    Amy2017-12-23T00:00:00Z
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    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

    Quintessential North Norfolk Bolthole just a short drive from the coast Fab detached brick and flint period property.Contemporary barn style conversion single level living Allocated off road parking and French doors from both Living and Bedroom to secure walled garden Let on a Self-Catering basis In close distance of the lovely coastal village of Blakeney - Great pub a stone's throw away that serves delicious meals including breakfast! (seasonal) One Dog or a Baby Welcome
    SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER DATES JUST RELEASED - AVAILABILITY CALENDAR SHOWS CHECK -IN DAYS ONLY - ENTER DATES FOR FULL DETAILS OR MESSAGE ME - THANK YOU! Opening January 2018 after full interior upgrade! High quality, comfortable stylish bolthole perfect for a couple. Contemporary Barn Conversion style accommodation with single-level space.(no stairs) Underfloor heating throughout Wood-burning stove with a starter supply of logs and kindling provided during the winter months ONE Dog with well-behaved owners welcome! We accept one dog at a charge of £20 PER BOOKING (not per night) and a damage deposit will be required on all bookings where guests are bringing one We accept ONE child under two years where parents are happy to share the bedroom and can bring all they need for the little one with them (we are not equipped for kiddies) POLITELY LETTING YOU KNOW...The property is not suitable for a dog and a child at the same time .This is a HOUSE RULE. Thanks! Open plan living/ kitchen/dining with vaulted ceiling , wood burning stove and French Doors out to private walled garden with picnic table and barbecue Double bedroom with King-Size bed , also with French Doors out to garden. Light and airy bathroom with window and full size bath and electric shower above Well equipped kitchen Electric oven and halogen hob with extractor above Kettle and toaster Built in fridge Mini dishwasher AEG washer drier Iron and ironing board Three seater leather sofa Dining table and upholstered chairs Freeview TV and Bluray Player Landline telephone and honesty box.
    Lovely, quiet traditional village surrounded by open countryside within a short drive to the beautiful North Norfolk coast. Blakeney, with it's restaurants, shops and good local supermarket is five minutes drive away, The seal trips out to Blakeney Point go from the nearby village of Morston. There is an excellent local pub in Langham with friendly staff and delicious food - The Award Winning Wiveton Bell in the next village is also well worth a visit.
  • This is an attractive 'sunny' property in a great position to reach the best of N. Norfolk. Our stay was much appreciated.

    Jean2018-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely Gatehouse in a secluded village. Very clean and tidy and the furnishings were well thought through with fantastic attention to detail. The host left us some raspberry lemonade, cake and coffee upon arrival which we thought was a lovely touch! Very relaxing stay...take a good book and put your feet up!

    Chelsie2018-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic property, great location. Fraser is an excellent host. Recommend this property as had a great weekend stay.

    Lee2018-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • A really lovely place in a great location for exploring the North Norfolk coast. Everything was beautifully presented and exactly as advertised. We particularly enjoyed having the pub/restaurant just across the road, the food was very good. Fraser was very quick to respond to any questions.

    David2018-05-12T00:00:00Z
  • The Gatehouse is a really smart, clean and comfortable place ideally situated to explore the local area. Everything you need is thought of - there's even a pub virtually opposite!

    Chris2018-05-20T00:00:00Z
  • From arrival with clear check in instructions to the courtesy bottle of vino on the table, this place was just stunning. Superbly decorated, stylish and homely made us feel right at home from the outset. Langham, although a little village has a great pub about 50meters away from the cottage. Superb food and friendly. Location is perfect for exploring the Norfolk coast. Hosts were brilliant with swift contact and response to messages. This. Is a true gem of a place and definitely will return. A credit to the owners!

    Simon2018-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Charming guesthouse in a wonderful location close to the coast and some of the best attractions in Norfolk. The guesthouse was perfect. Spotlessly clean with everything you could ask for. Lovely little touches from Fraser on arrival as well as very quick and clear communication. We’ll definitely be back.

    Ben2018-07-02T00:00:00Z
  • Fab stylish accommodation that was perfect for our long weekend. We loved the local pub who had a music night whilst we were there. Everything was clean and well appointed. Would highly recommend.

    Susan2018-05-07T00:00:00Z
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    Langham, England, United Kingdom

    Located in the popular North Norfolk coastal village of Cley-next-the-Sea, Bean Cottage is a much-loved holiday home. With its generously-sized airy living/dining area, well-equipped kitchen, three bedrooms (one of which has a pair of bunk beds), off-street parking and pretty gated garden, it’s an ideal choice for families. Bookings can be made from Friday to Friday.
    Bean Cottage is a pretty flint and brick semi-detached cottage in the picturesque coastal village of Cley-next-the-Sea, furnished and equipped with everything you need for a perfect seaside getaway. It is especially good for families and could comfortably sleep two families of four. The porch (which offers ample room for coats, wellies, and buckets & spades) leads directly into an attractive and airy living/dining room. At the near end of this oak-beamed room is the dining table which seats eight, while at the other end is a wood-burning stove, cosy chairs, a television and DVD player. A dresser contains plenty of board games and books for that snug night in. The living/dining room leads through into a small hall leading into the up-to-date, well-equipped kitchen with an electric oven, halogen hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, and two dishwasher drawers. Also on the ground floor is a WC/shower room; a door leads to the staircase and an inner hall where you’ll find an ironing board, iron and vacuum cleaner. Up a short flight of stairs to the first floor, where there are two charming bedrooms. The first - a twin room - has delightful views, fitted cupboards and its own washbasin. The second bedroom has a pair of bunk beds and is ideal for children. Also on the first floor is a separate loo and washbasin. Up another short flight of stairs is the loft conversion, which has a double bedroom and ensuite bathroom complete with a shower over the bath, WC and basin. Although no wardrobe, there is space for clothing in the chest at the end of the bed or on the hooks at the bottom of the stairs. Bean Cottage is semi-detached and is located on a quiet road in the heart of the village. The sunny garden is gated and has a barbecue, patio with outdoor table and chairs, and off-street parking for two cars.
    The north Norfolk coast is a popular holiday destination for good reason - 45 miles of stunning coastline, teeming with wildlife, expansive beaches, gastropubs, galleries and windmills. Cley-next-the-Sea is something of a highlight in the area. You're spoilt for choice with things to do in this picturesque village - and everything is a mere stroll from Bean Cottage. There's the stunning 14th-century St Margaret’s Church, Cley Windmill (which serves a candlelit dinner to non-residents), and the recently-renovated harbour. Browse the village's charming selection of independent shops and galleries including Crabpot Books; Pinkfoot Gallery, which showcases contemporary local artists; and Made in Cley, with its pretty collection of stoneware pottery. Foodies will be happy, too, with the award-winning Picnic Fayre deli; Cley Smokehouse (you have to try their smoked kippers); cafés (there’s Artemis and The Harnser), and two pubs (The George and The Three Swallows) on your doorstep. Old Town Hall House on the High Street run a fine-dining Supper Club every Friday - it's highly recommended. Just outside the village is Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s oldest and best-known nature reserve, with its new eco-friendly visitor centre containing a café, shop, viewing areas and the fantastic Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre. Not surprisingly, the stunning wildlife reserve is a magnet for bird watchers. The shingle Cley Beach is a mile walk along the coastal path from the village through the nature reserve. Other nearby places of note are pretty Wiveton village with The Wiveton Bell pub and excellent Wiveton Cafe (which recently starred on the small screen in Normal for Norfolk); Blakeney, which has a bustling harbour and is the ideal spot for crabbing; Morston, which has a great sailing school, wonderful marsh walks and is where the seal trips set off from; and the Georgian town of Holt with its abundance of boutiques, galleries and cafes. A little further afield, you'll find the country estates of Holkham Hall and Houghton Hall, the National Trust's Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall, and the seaside towns of Cromer, Sheringham and Wells-next-the-Sea, which used to be a traditional small sailing port and is a fabulous spot for fish and chips on the harbour wall. The beach in Wells is stunning.
  • Fantastic cottage to use as a base for exploring North Norfolk. Very homely, clean, spacious and the host was extremely helpful. We will definitely return!

    Roz2018-04-06T00:00:00Z
  • Bean Cottage was a great base to refresh our batteries, explore Cley, Blakeney and the surrounding villages. An amazing cottage with the perfect bed and a lovely kitchen and dining room for family meals together. We hope to visit and stay at Bean Cottage again and will definitely recommend to our well travelled friends far and wide. Fantastic and well worth a visit for a week or 2!

    Richard2018-07-13T00:00:00Z
  • Bean Cottage is very comfortable, with beautiful views across the marshes and a great location in Cley village. It's peaceful with a lovely garden and Harriet was very helpful. This was our second time back we liked it so much.

    Helen2018-04-20T00:00:00Z
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    Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

    Private entrance to a small double bedroom en-suite shower room with TV and free Wi-Fi overlooking the garden, in a quite road, 5 minutes from Holt. Plenty of space for walking boots and outdoor wear. Parking on small driveway in front of garage. Price included set continental breakfast, Tassimo coffee machine. Gluten and Dairy free friendly
    Detached flint Cottage with private atrium room in the rural village of Thornage just 4 miles from the beautiful Georgian town of Holt. The room is light, bright and comfortable overlooking the garden. Vi- Sprung bed with crisp white linen with super soft towels to return to after a day exploring. Freeview TV and free wi fi. Tassimo tea and coffee machine. Lots of literature on local area. Plenty space for walking boots and outdoor wear. Garden with patio, table and bench for guest use, parking on drive way.
    Thornage is a peaceful traditional Norfolk village with beautiful scenery, also has many public foot paths to get off the beaten track. There are 2 pubs within a few minutes drive or brisk walking distance, serving locally sourced food with traditional local ales. We are a short drive to the stunning North Norfolk coast, Blakeney, Cley, Morston and Holkham plus the many wonderful stately homes, Holkham, Sandringham, and National Trust properties, Blickling, Felbrigg, and Sheringham Park. There are 3 golf courses nearby, Sheringham, Cromer and Brancaster. The salt marshes are a hive of activity for bird watchers. Beaches and cliff top walks all on the doorstep. Step back in time on the Poppy Line, take a steam train from Holt to Sheringham taking in the beautiful vista's along the way. Leave the car and catch the bus into the historical city of Norwich. We are always available to recommend places to visit, eat and drink. Pensthorpe Nature reserve, fantastic walks a amazing amount of wild life plus a fantastic cafe/restaurant, just 10 minutes drive. Perfect place to stay for the Thursford Collection The Auden theatre is 5 min drive and show a variety of performances, including popular musicals also the classics. HOLT CHRISTMAS LIGHTS PLUS STALLS 15TH NOVEMBER
  • We stayed here when attending a wedding nearby. Lovely spot, clean, tidy and comfortable. Great to have our own entrance. Breakfast was much delicious (the Bircher was fantastic!) and we couldn't have asked for any more from our hosts. Thank you!

    Ellen2017-11-05T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely accommodation, perfects hosts and an amazing breakfast. Will definitely use again and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to friends

    Steve2018-06-25T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely tucked away perfect cottage in charming garden.

    Greville2018-06-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great location and lovely hosts.

    Nicola2018-07-22T00:00:00Z
  • Really beautiful location, slightly out of the way so you will need a car! Very peaceful. Very clean and modern accommodation, lovely comfy bed. Would recommend this air b&b

    Elizabeth2018-05-28T00:00:00Z
  • We felt very comfortable and would use the accommodation again if in the area

    Robert2017-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Chris was very accommodating and friendly. This property is in a perfect location to explore north Norfolk with it being no more than a half an hour drive from many of the coastal towns and villages.

    Gabby2018-06-10T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay with Chris and Debbie. The room was cosy with lovely decor and a large en suite. Everything was spotless. The room had tea and coffee facilities which we were very greatful for! The bed was extremely comfortable. We took our 8 week old baby with us and Chris and Debbie were really accommodating. There was enough room next to the bed for a Moses basket. Breakfast was absolutely delicious- unfortunately the weather didn't allow us to have it outside in their beautiful garden but we had it at a table in the room. The attention to detail was great, Debbie had even thought to leave us some spare nappy bags! We will definitely stay again on our next trip and would highly recommend! Thanks Chris and Debbie!

    Jocelyn2017-03-12T00:00:00Z
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    Thornage, England, United Kingdom

    Snugglers Den is a pretty fisherman's cottage situated just moments from the Quay in Blakeney. This little gem has been completely renovated and has new furnishings throughout. The interior is light and airy and the sun streams through the many windows. The cottage is just perfect for two.
    The bedroom is downstairs and has a comfy king size bed with luxurious bedding. There is a newly fitted en suite shower room with w.c and hand basin. Upstairs offers open plan living with a stylish sofa and armchair, a dining table and chairs overlooking the flower filled loke and pretty courtyard garden, a well equipped kitchen area, T.V and DVD. WiFi is also available.
    Just a moments stroll down the hill to the Quay and ideally situated for shops, restaurants and galleries.
  • Very nice stay at Luisa's place: it was very well located near local restaurants and a few minutes from the marshes. The house was cosy and clean.

    Cécile2017-05-25T00:00:00Z
  • We had a very nice stay at Luisa's charming cottage. It's a great location, near an excellent deli, pubs and restaurants. I recommend the sausage rolls at the deli! There were some lovely extra touches, like a cake and bottle of bubbly, and overall it was clean and a very pleasant base to explore Blakeney and North Norfolk.

    David2017-07-11T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful property with lovely linen and personal touches. Would recommend it

    Karen2017-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy but small cottage, in street parking can be difficult

    Sheridan2018-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Snugglers Den is the perfect bolt-hole for a long weekend or romantic getaway in the coastal village of Blakeney. The cottage was well equipped for two people and the little extras provided were much appreciated. Only a short walk to the White Horse pub and restaurant, highly recommended. Good walks in the area, boat trips to see the seals, NT houses and quaint seaside towns. Good wi-fi, but no mobile phone signal in the cottage - you will need to walk down to the quay to get reception. Thank you Luiza for a pleasant stay in your beautiful little cottage!

    Stefan2017-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely little cottage in the heart of Blakeney. Although small it had every convenience and is tastefully furnished. We had a lovely stay and can recommend it.

    Patricia2017-11-20T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage was perfect for a long weekend, equipped with everything you could need and situated in one of the prettiest villages in Norfolk, within easy driving (and walking) distance to many beautiful beaches . Luisa was the perfect host, quick to respond, friendly and helpful. We are already planning our return, highly recommended.

    Romilly2017-05-01T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cottage in a beautiful setting. The cottage was well equipped with everything we needed for our long weekend away. Blakeney is a great location for exploring North Norfolk, and there's lovely pubs and places to eat within walking distance from the cottage. Would definitely return.

    Amy2017-06-18T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Blakeney, England, 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.
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    3

    Blakeney, United Kingdom

    Romantic 'gypsy' style showman's wagon (c. 1920) in idyllic cottage garden with wonderful birdsong and views of a medieval church. It was recently renovated with electricity, basic kitchen and has use of a private bathroom attached to the cottage as well as a piece of garden with outside seating and fire bowl.
    This delightful 100 year old timber showman's wagon was recently renovated and sleeps two in a comfy double bed. The wagon is fitted with a basic kitchen (fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave) and has an outdoor barbecue, fire bowl and your own piece of the garden. A private shower room with loo and sink is attached to the main cottage, 20 metres away. Situated in a enchanting cottage garden, the light and airy space has views to a medieval church. The small village is six miles from the sea and there are great walks all around. Within one mile is the local shop, garage and excellent butcher. Within four miles, the charming Georgian market town of Holt.
    Six miles away, there is an extensive protected coastline for bathing, walking and bird watching. We recommend the Dun Cow (Salthouse) and Hunworth Bell pubs for their food, and the Wiveton Hall Cafe and fruit farm for the views and produce. Holt is great for shopping and Wells-next-the-sea is famed for its fish & chips. There are some magnificent country houses locally, including Blickling Hall (ancestral home of Anne Boleyn), Holkham Hall, Felbrigg Hall and East Ruston Gardens. Notable local beaches are Holkham, Brancaster, Blakeney Point and Morston freshes or the closest place to swim is Cley-next-the-sea.
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Briningham, United Kingdom

    Hanworth Cottage is a listed Georgian house situated in the very centre of Holt. Built in 1744, it retains the original flint construction and includes many original features including an inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. The cottage is situated in a loke, a few paces from the popular Bull Street, just yards from the wealth of restaurants, cafes, bars and boutique shops that Holt has to offer. In 2016, the cottage has been completely refurbished to a high standard.
    Hanworth Cottage is part of the historic fabric of Holt. We have, through our restoration of the property, tried to keep as much original material as possible. The inglenook fireplace, the original oak beams on the top floor, the original flint wall to the rear of the property. It's modern and comfortable, but keeps all of it's historic charm
    Holt is the jewel in the North Nofolk crown. Nowhere else has such an abundance of historic architecture, wonderful restaurants and bars, and almost all the shops are boutique, offering something genuinely 'off-the-beaten-track'
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Holt, England, United Kingdom

    Dragonfly Cottage is a light and airy cottage in the heart of the Georgian market town of Holt. It's a perfect getaway for families or couples, with Holt's famed independent shops and cafes on your doorstep, and beautiful beaches within easy reach.
    Dragonfly Cottage is a 2 bedroom self-catering cottage set in the heart of the Georgian market town of Holt. We want to make your stay as lovely as possible and we aim to kit out the cottage with all the amenities you need to make a home away from home. When you arrive you'll be greeted with a welcome tray of home baking and local produce. The cottage itself is split over two levels. On the ground floor there is a light and airy open plan living and dining area, leading onto the well-served kitchen. At the back of the house is the family shower room. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one double and one twin, as well as a second toilet. The back garden is fully enclosed, making it ideal for kids and pets. There is an outdoor table and chairs for four, and guests also have access to deckchairs and a BBQ. The garden shed is a secure place to store bikes and other outdoor equipment. The garden benefits from the morning sun, making it an ideal place to hang out and enjoy some cake after a busy morning's walking or browsing the shops. The cottage benefits from lots of light throughout the day, making for a lovely space to hang out. There's plenty of comfy seating round the cosy gas fire, and a dining table for four people. We've kitted out the cottage with lots of essentials as well as those extras that help make a holiday. In the living area you'll find board games, books (feel free to swap a book!), a radio with iPod dock, local guidebooks and maps, TV, DVD player, and a selection of DVDs. There's also free WiFi with a strong signal throughout the house. In the kitchen you'll find an oven and hob, toaster, kettle, washing machine, fridge, freezer, and plenty of equipment for rustling up some hearty dinners (or a microwave if you fancy taking it easy!). There's also a bowl for any four-legged friends. To help you make the most of the great outdoors there's a cool bag with picnic plates and cutlery, ice blocks, a flask, mugs, and picnic rug. All towels and linens are included, along with extra blankets and throws for snuggling up. We're dog lovers and dogs are very welcome at Dragonfly Cottage. We just ask that you let us know about your pooch in advance. We charge a small additional cleaning fee of £15 per dog. This will be added to your reservation.
    North Norfolk is an amazing place for a holiday for families, couples, and friends. If you're into the great outdoors there's plenty to keep you occupied: walking, cycling, rowing, sailing, kite-surfing, kayaking, and plenty more. There are several long distance walking routes, including the North Norfolk Coastal Path, and the Peddar's Way. Drop us a line if you'd like any more info on walking and enjoying the best of the outdoors. We can also help you arrange bike hire for your stay. If putting your feet up is more your style, the area has no shortage of country pubs and village tea shops to wet your whistle. For beer lovers there are lots of local brews to sample, and for coffee lovers North Norfolk even has its own roastery. We're always happy to talk food and drink so let us know if you'd like any recommendations. Holt itself is famed for its array of independent shops and cafes, and its easy to while away an afternoon exploring the lanes. The cottage is just a few minutes walk from the high street and all the amenities. Similarly, the nearest pub is just at the end of the road, and always has local beers on tap.
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Holt, United Kingdom

    Reviews from guests who stayed in Blakeney

    Reviews from guests who stayed in Blakeney
    Sophie
    Sophie
    2018-01-07
    We really enjoyed our stay in the shed. It is really close to loads of the beautiful North Norfolk beaches and lovely pubs. Would definitely recommend for a short break!
    Ed
    Ed
    2017-10-27
    A fabulous place to stay when visiting North Norfolk, a great host who offered great tips on where to eat, lovely clean accommodation and a great location in Wells next the Sea. Highly recommended
    Ben
    Ben
    2017-01-03
    A lovely, tucked-away flat in the centre of one of Norfolk's most beautiful villages. It's a small place but comfortable. The kitchen has a low ceiling which isn't great if you're tall, but all the ot…
    Silke
    Silke
    2017-06-25
    If you want a peaceful weekend away in Norfolk than you should definitely stay at The Hut. Carolyn and Tim were the perfect hosts and gave us some great tips. The Hut itself had everything we needed a…
    Sara
    Sara
    2017-10-09
    If there are two of you and you want to retreat to Norfolk then look no further than Pimpernel Cottage, full of character and beautifully decorated with antique touches in the most idyllic village of …
    Louise
    Louise
    2017-10-25
    Super cosy house in a great location for exploring Norfolk. Really comfy beds and lots of lovely little touches to make it special.
    Ben
    Ben
    2017-12-22
    Great little space that is close to Sheringham beach, ideal location being within 30 minutes drive of literally all great places to visit in Norfolk.
    Andrew
    Andrew
    2018-01-14
    Blown away by this place and Ger’s helpfulness on arrival. Cozy, relaxing and well decorated pavilion looking out onto a wooded garden. Amazing location just outside Holt for easy access to the North …

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