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.
Holt is a bustling and picturesque town just 4 miles from the Norfolk coast, and offers a fabulous array of great restaurants, cafes, pubs, art galleries, antique shops and book shops. It is an ideal base for exploring both coast and countryside, with local attractions including the beautiful 100-acre Holt Country Park, the Muckleburgh Military Collection and Norfolk’s only working watermill at Letheringsett. You could also take a trip on a steam train or explore the ruins of Baconsthorpe Castle and Binham Priory. Heading up to the coast you can visit charming towns and resorts including Hunstanton, Brancaster, Wells-next-the-Sea and Cromer. There are many wonderful nature reserves to explore including those at Blakeney, Cley and Titchwell.
On entering this charming, spacious and tastefully decorated holiday cottage which is part of a row of brick and flint cottages, you will find yourself in the light and relaxing lounge. An ideal space to unwind in, the large and welcoming lounge features comfortable seating, TV, DVD, CD, an iPod dock and a traditional wood burner. You will also find a light and stylish kitchen/diner with an attractive dining area and which is fully equipped with an oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, with door leading to the back garden. There is also a ground-floor WC. Headig up to the first floor you will find two cosy bedrooms. There’s a double bedroom which retains an original ornamental fireplace, and a twin room where the two beds are close together. Two steps lead down to the shower room complete with a corner shower and WC.
Going outside you will find an enclosed garden with a brick paver path leading to a feature patio area with garden furniture. Parking is available.