This wonderfully presented cottage is set in the beautiful, historic Georgian town of Holt and provides a family with the ideal base in which to explore the north Norfolk coastline and countryside.
Set within a peaceful spot in the charming and picturesque Georgian town of Holt, this pretty and contemporary cottage is ideally located for you to explore everything Holt has on offer, including independent boutique shops, pubs and restaurants. Holt is also superbly located should you wish to explore the North Norfolk coastline and beyond. Only a short drive away and you will be at the traditional and popular seaside town of Cromer, which provides a fantastic family day out. The National Trust sites of Felbrigg and Blickling Hall are also within a short distance and if you are looking for a day of retail therapy, Norwich is only slightly further afield.
When you enter this newly refurbished in 2019, bright and spacious traditional flint cottage, you will find yourself in the well-equipped, contemporary style kitchen featuring an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge with ice compartment, Nespresso coffee machine and a washer/dryer. Conveniently placed is a downstairs separate WC located just off from the kitchen. From the kitchen is a stylishly presented and open-plan lounge/diner featuring a Smart TV, wood burner and a dining area which seats up to four guests. The French doors located here lead out to the enclosed garden. Heading up to the first floor you will find two cosy bedrooms to rest your head after a busy day out. The first bedroom is a 2'6" twin zip-and-link bedroom (which can be made up as king-size on request), the second bedroom is a king-size with en-suite shower room and WC. The shower room, also on this floor and completing the accommodation, features a shower and WC.
Heading outside there is an enclosed garden area set just off from the house and features a garden table and chairs, the perfect spot to unwind and relax in, and maybe enjoy a spot of al fresco dining. There is off-road parking for one car along the driveway to the rear of the cottage.