View towards the rear of the cottage
Cosy lounge area with woodburner
Lounge with original features
Double bedroom
Single bedroom
Quirky cottage features
Village of Worstead
View towards the front of the property (Second cottage)
1 / 11  View towards the rear of the cottage
2 / 11  Cosy lounge area with woodburner
3 / 11  Lounge
4 / 11  Kitchen
5 / 11  Lounge with original features
6 / 11  Double bedroom
7 / 11  Single bedroom
8 / 11  Bathroom
9 / 11  Quirky cottage features
10 / 11  Village of Worstead
11 / 11  View towards the front of the property (Second cottage)

Honeysuckle Cottage - Worstead

Worstead, Norfolk
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
3 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A delightful mid terraced cottage situated in the village of  Worstead
  • A quaint village location a great base for discovering all that Norfolk has to offer
  • Visit Wroxham the capital of the broads you can hire a boat for the day and explore the waterways
  • Stroll along the glorious sandy beaches of Se Palling, Happisburgh and Mundesley
  • A great area for walking, cycling with the Weavers Way foodpath
  • Cosy by the wood burner on those chilly winter evening
Property code: HSON8

This is a 17th century cottage in a village location with woodburner, Wi-Fi, enclosed garden and private river fishing by prior arrangement with the owners. Beach 8 miles, pubs, restaurants and shops 3 miles.

A 17th century cottage with attractive original features, this cottage is a fabulous place for a couple on their own, or with a child, to enjoy a relaxed break. The lounge is a generously-sized room with a TV/DVD, from where steep cottage-style stairs lead to the two cosy bedrooms. The pretty garden to the rear of the property is a lovely spot to enjoy al fresco meals surrounded by carefully chosen greenery.

Once a weaving village, known for the creation of Worsted Cloth, Worstead’s church is a beautiful example of 14th century architecture and houses a vividly painted medieval rood screen. The village pub sitting just next to the church, is said to be haunted by a ghostly lady who appears on New Years Eve. The village railway station is situated 1 mile from the cottage and offers regular services to Norwich and Cromer.

Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Worstead is conveniently located for visiting the North-West Norfolk coast including the quieter beaches at Happisburgh and Waxham, both situated within 10 miles of the cottage. The Norfolk Broads too are close by, at only 5.5 miles away, and hiring a boat for a day’s cruising the tranquil waters is an unmissable experience.

  • Bedrooms - 1 double bedroom, 1 single bedroom
  • Steep cottage style stairs
  • Bathroom - Corner bath, shower, wash hand basin and WC 
  • Wifi
  • Electric oven and hob
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Freezer (Separate to the kitchen area)
  • Flat screen TV & DVD
  • Wood burner (1st basket of logs included )
  • Parking 150 metres away
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • Electric heating
  • Telephone for incoming calls only
  • Highchair, travel cot and stairgate
  • Fishing nearby - (June - March)
  • Pub within walking distance
  • Shops and restaurant - 3 miles
  • Beach -  8 miles
  • Arrival 4pm

This property is personally managed by Adam.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 17 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Nigel 20th October 2018

Everything was fine so go and enjoy the cottage and the village and the area.

Reviewed by Tony 22nd September 2018

The owner met us at the cottage & made us a welcome cup of tea. She was most helpful in advising us about the cottage & the area. We were very comfortable while we were there.

Reviewed by Sheila 15th September 2018

Very friendly and helpful owner. Cottage well equipped and comfortable.

Reviewed by Doug 8th September 2018

Yes I have already done so Di is the old style landlady friendly helpful

Reviewed by Terry 25th August 2018

Worstead is a perfect centre to see Norfolk. The Cottage is very much a postcard place, always a warm welcomw.

Reviewed by Joanne 11th August 2018

The cottage is in an excellent location for exploring Norfolk. It is comfortable and well equipped and the owners extremely welcoming and friendly. It's clean although not as pristine as other lets we have stayed in.

Reviewed by Tracey 4th August 2018

Lovely,quaint cottage with a wonderful homely feel. My daughter and I settled in immediately. Good base for visiting the beaches or the Norfolk Broads.

Reviewed by Mary 14th July 2018

Very old cottage which has been well restored, still keeping its character. As you would expect in an old property such as this, stairs are quite steep, so would not suit elderly or infirm occupants. Everything comfortable with well equipped kitchen and lounge. bed very comfortable although difficult to keep the bottom sheet tucked in, mattress beiRead moreng quite heavy to lift and bed frame obstructing. Very nice bathroom with shower and bath and all towels provided. Constant hot water on tap. Hide

Reviewed by Catherine 16th June 2018

Perfect little hideaway in a pretty little village. Quiet and peaceful and relaxing. I was made very welcome and hope to return again soon.

Reviewed by Robyn 9th June 2018

We (couple in our 30s with 3 year old son) absolutely loved our stay at Honeysuckle Cottage. The Owner was so welcoming and warm. The cottage itself had everything we needed and it was just so beautiful with its character and charm. We called it the big small cottage because from the outside it looks tiny but its so spacious inside. We already missRead more the peace and quiet of lovely Worstead and we cant wait to return. Theres so much to do in the area we hardly scratched the surface. Hide

Reviewed by Carolyn 2nd April 2018

This is a delightful and quirky cottage in a lovely peaceful village. Diana was really welcoming and supportive (her marmalade is to die for!) and the area boasts a host of wonderful sites to visit and great places to walk.

Reviewed by Tanaya 29th March 2018

The holiday cottage was very comfortable and cozy. We had almost everything we needed for a nice short break in the countryside. The house owner Mrs Di was extremely helpful that was available on call whenever we needed her.

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