This cosy and comfortable 18th century Grade II listed pub conversion offers fantastic accommodation for a larger family wanting to explore the stunning coast and countryside of northern Norfolk.
Packed with unusual period features such as the wood burner in the kitchen over which hangs a recycled boat hull, and the ceiling beams made from ships’ masts, this Grade II listed cottage is far from run-of-the-mill and is a truly special place to stay. Three bedrooms are located on the first floor, but there is also an additional twin room as well as snug area on the second floor, but please do be aware that this room is not suitable for children due to the steep cottage-style stairs leading up to it.
Set on the tidal reaches of the River Glaven, with a pretty quay, the village of Blakeney is a thriving coastal community offering a selection of shops and places to eat, as well as the interesting remains of the 15th century guildhall which is maintained by English Heritage. The neighbouring Blakeney Nature Reserve is an unmissable day trip, particularly for those who are keen to see the resident seals and can be reached by boat from the village quay.
Continuing in either direction along the coast from Blakeney, visitors will find numerous pretty seaside villages, as well as the towns of Wells-next-the-Sea (9 miles) and Cromer (13 miles), both of which boast fantastic sandy beaches. Quieter shingle beaches can be found close by in Cley-next-the-Sea (2.5 miles) and Weybourne (6 miles), both of which are great places to enjoy leisurely coastal walks.
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.