Holiday Cottages in Stiffkey
Still the best kept secret in this area of Norfolk. It is close to the sea and within easy access of the rest of the coastline. The village has a good general store and a good pub serving food and is only 3 miles from Wells-next-the-sea. Blakeney is just 5 miles Eastward and the market towns of Holt and Fakenham just 10 miles away. Holiday cottages in Stiffkey range in sizes and many have attractive features such as open fires or are just a walk to the beach. Kett Country Cottages have a wide range of holiday cottages in North Norfolk to suit every taste and budget.
Stiffkey Freshes is walking distance from the village, with its big salt marshes which break the back of the incoming tides, and home to its renowned cockles known as Stewkey Blues. The village boasts a post office shop called Stiffkey Stores that serves the best fresh coffee in the county, along with freshly baked bread and cakes, whilst selling assorted gifts and all your household necessities.
Whether a short weekend or a full week’s stay in Stiffkey, make sure to get the most from a village steeped in history, not least the tale of the Rector Harold Davidson, defendant in one of the last immorality trials of the Church in 1932 due to his notorious bad behaviour! Despite his alleged licentious nature, he was a very popular priest and was buried in Stiffkey when he died (he was killed by a lion believe it or not!).