A bijou barn conversion offering welcoming accommodation for two guests, boasting a private walled garden and a first-class location in the splendid town of Holt in North Norfolk.
Embark on a fantastic adventure with your faithful hound in tow, setting your sights on stunning Norfolk for an abundance of doggy delights from scenic walks to friendly pubs. This cosy property is ideal for couples along with two canine companions, offering a snug retreat tucked in the heart of the Georgian town of Holt.
The enchanting exterior resembles a cottage from a fairy tale, complete with stone walls and a pretty gabled doorway. Inside, the ground floor consists of a snug lounge which doubles as an inviting dining space and a country-cottage style kitchen. Beamed ceilings, comfortable furniture and a neutral colour pallet adds to the overall charm, and there’s plenty of space to let sleeping dogs lie. An oak staircase leads upstairs to the delightful bedroom, which has dual-aspect windows and a recessed hanging space for clothes. Outside, a traditional walled garden is perfect for al fresco drinks, or perhaps you could stroll into town to discover a range of dog-friendly eateries. There’s enough parking for one car, so you won’t have to worry about finding a public car park.
The North Norfolk coastline is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so there’s plenty to delight nature enthusiasts. Well-behaved furry visitors on leads are welcome at most of the local nature reserves such as Blakeney 5.5 miles away, where you can admire the varied birdlife. Common and grey seals can also be spotted along the coast, so why not take a boat trip from Blakeney Point to see them up close. Take in some local history with a wander around Kelling, a dainty village 3 miles away with a dark smuggling past. The ruins of Baconsthorpe Castle 3.5 miles away are also worth an explore; this moated and fortified 15th-century manor house has a fascinating history.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.