A delightful former pub, offering period style accommodation for three guests, affording a fantastic location in the coastal village of Weybourne, just 0.5 miles from the local beach.
Ideally situated in a tranquil village just a mile from the beautiful Norfolk coast, this cosy and welcoming cottage makes a fantastic base for a family wanting to explore this picturesque region.
An attractive former forge offering comfortable accommodation for two guests set on one level, situated in the village of Saxlingham, just 5 miles from the North Norfolk coast.
A beautifully updated fishermen’s cottage sleeping two guests, retaining many of the property’s original features alongside an excellent range of contemporary creature comforts.
A wonderfully secluded former schoolhouse situated within 1 acre of grounds and offering stunning period accommodation for two guests, in the Norfolk village of Saxlingham.
Set on the edge of a picturesque market town, this traditional 18th century Grade II listed cottage has been sensitively renovated to provide delightful holiday accommodation for up to four guests.
A traditional cottage, once a part of the village bakery, offering comfortable accommodation for three guests situated in the harbour village of Blakeney on the River Glaven in North Norfolk.
A quaint period cottage located in the picturesque town of Holt: a relaxed retreat for three guests offering a private courtyard garden in the heart of the town.
Superbly situated just a few yards from a picturesque quay, and with far-reaching views, this beautiful Grade II listed cottage has been lovingly restored to provide delightful holiday accommodation.
West Beckham, Norfolk
This terraced cottage in an unspoilt village boasts an open fire, Wi-Fi and enclosed garden with seating. Sheringham with sandy beaches and a golf course is 2 miles away, shop and pubs within walking distance.
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.
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