Ideally located near the heart of a thriving Georgian market town, this tastefully refurbished cottage makes for the perfect holiday home for a family looking to enjoy the Norfolk countryside.
What could be finer for friends, families and playful pups than a fabulous North Norfolk escape to the pretty Georgian town of Holt? Lying on the southern edge of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Holt is home to myriad independent shops, tea rooms and eateries, galleries, antiques emporia and dog-friendly pubs, such as the excellent Kings Head. Run wild on fur-tastic beaches at shingly Weybourne (4 miles), salty Cley (5 miles) and the stretching golden sands of East Runton (9.5 miles). Ride the North Norfolk Steam Railway from Holt to the coast at Sheringham (7 miles), through some of the county’s most sublime coastal scenery.
Inside, you’ll find an effervescent interior brimming with sweet nautical brio and swish, stylish comfort. After exciting days of coast and country, villages, towns, local history, cuisine and culture, gather in the cosy lounge/dining room for fireside wine, wagging tails and intimate reminiscence. Summon feasts of fabulous local seafood in the streamlined kitchen, and dine alfresco on the delightful front patio. Upstairs, soak tired limbs in a steaming shower before finding the deep softness of your tranquil bedroom. Wake to hot coffee and croissants in the front yard as you plan adventures ahead.
Bask on more fabulous dog-friendly beaches at Trimingham (14.5 miles), Happisburgh with its iconic red and white striped lighthouse (24 miles) and the unspoilt golden gem of Cart Gap (24.5 miles). Savour delicious crab at lovely Cromer (10 miles) and explore the winding lanes of Wells-next-the-Sea (12 miles). The National Nature Reserve of Scolt Head Island (20 miles), with its high dunes and marram grass, is a magical idyll. Discover the alluring history and culture of Norwich (23 miles), with its Norman Cathedral, medieval Castle and Museum and Tudor Elm Hill with its wonderful antiques and book shops. Once you’ve visited North Norfolk, you’ll always want to return.