This charming, light and cosy cottage is ideally situated in a tranquil spot close to the heart of a thriving Georgian market town, making it a perfect base for exploring the Norfolk countryside.
Pretty barn conversion property offering stylish accommodation for four guests, one of two properties at this idyllic location in the Norfolk village of Briston, just four miles from Holt.
A delightful stone cottage which has been lovingly updated by the owners to create a stylish holiday retreat for four guests, situated in a quiet village location in the north-west of Norfolk.
Quietly situated in a seaside village close to the Norfolk Lavender Farm, this bungalow has a conservatory and enclosed garden with decking. Sandy beach 1.5 miles, pub, restaurants and shops within walking distance.
A 400-year-old brick cottage offering period-style accommodation for four guests, located in the coastal village of Snettisham on Norfolk’s north-west coast, just 5-miles from Hunstanton.
Ideally located in a tranquil spot near the heart of a thriving market town, this tastefully refurbished cottage makes a delightful holiday home for a family looking to enjoy the Norfolk countryside.
Cromer (2.5mls S), Norfolk
Nestling near the lovely coastal village of Mundesley, this light and spacious barn conversion offers ideal accommodation in a delightful holiday village with a great shared games room.
A pretty barn conversion property offering delightful period accommodation with a lawned garden, situated just 1 mile from the attractive North Norfolk coastline.
Detached bungalow in a quiet location with large garden and woodland walks. Conveniently situated for exploring Norfolk with a range of activities from visiting the beach, going to the races or riding the steam train.
Set close to the picturesque village of Mundesley, this attractive and comfy barn conversion provides ideal accommodation in a lovely holiday village with fantastic shared games room.
Little Walsingham, Norfolk
Situated just a few miles from the coast, this cosy and traditional Grade-II listed cottage lies in the tranquil village of Little Walsingham, renowned as a place of pilgrimage since medieval times.
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