A former-dairy building surrounded by open countryside in the quiet coastal village of Kelling in North Norfolk, offering homely accommodation for four guests.
Sheringham (3mls W), Norfolk
Set in a quiet, wooded residential park, this comfortable detached chalet-style bungalow is located within walking distance to the beach, shop and pub
Nestling in a central location in a popular and picturesque seaside town, this charming and inviting apartment provides a perfect base for guests looking to enjoy a great holiday in this lovely area.
A tranquil and comfortable romantic retreat for a couple or a great holiday base for a family, this quintessential country cottage nestles in an idyllic village just a few miles from the Norfolk coast.
A pretty barn conversion property offering delightful period accommodation with a lawned garden, situated just 1 mile from the attractive North Norfolk coastline.
A traditional fisherman's cottage, offering a charming blend of period features and contemporary creature comforts, situated overlooking the salt marshes in the village of Cley-next-the-Sea.
Cosy semi-detached cottage overlooking a large duck pond and enjoying an enclosed garden with seating. Sailing, horse riding, and golf nearby. Beach 4 miles, shops 3 miles and pub/restaurant within walking distance.
Cromer (8mls SE), Norfolk
This carefully modernised end terrace cottage overlooks the green of a pretty village and offers a woodburner and small enclosed garden. Beach 4 miles, pub, butchers and shops within walking distance
Little Thornage, Norfolk
Nestled within the pretty hamlet of Little Thornage, which feels straight out of a storybook, this charming and striking cottage retains many original features for an authentic countryside escape.
Burnham Market, Norfolk
This charming Norfolk cottage offers tasteful home-from-home accommodation in one of the county’s most sought-after villages.
A pretty two-bedroom cottage offering thoughtfully maintained period accommodation for four guests, enjoying a beautiful location overlooking the salt marshes in the village of Salthouse.
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