Set in a tranquil and secluded spot in a beautiful and idyllic Norfolk village, this delightful bolthole is a charming and romantic retreat which is perfect for exploring both coast and countryside.
Previously an apple store, this cute cottage is set in the grounds of the owner’s Georgian home and yet offers the privacy and seclusion that guests look for in a quiet relaxed break. This is a single storey property, though there are two steps between the well-equipped kitchen area and the lounge/diner. Just outside the front door, a patio seating area is a pleasant place to sit out and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Situated in the pretty seaside village of Cley-next-the-Sea this cottage lies just a mile’s walk across the marshes from the shingle beach. For those with an interest in wildlife, it is worth calling into the Cley Marshes Visitor Centre to find out more about the area and to make use of the viewing deck and cafe. A second cafe can be found just outside the village centre in the beautiful surroundings of Wiveton Hall (0.5 miles), alongside which there is a seasonal pick-your-own farm and a fantastic farm.
The village of Cley-next-the-Sea is one of several villages clustered around this part of Norfolk’s north coast, all of which have their own character. Blakeney (1.5 miles) for example is home to a peaceful National Trust nature reserve home to a colony of grey seals, whilst Salthouse (2.5) has a well-regarded crab shop, a popular spot with locals and visitors alike. Further around the coast there are some marvellous beaches, including the spectacular one at Holkham Bay which stretches out for several miles, ensuring everyone can always find a spot, even in the height of summer.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.