Whether it's a romantic getaway for two or a family holiday, this wonderfully presented coach house is a great place to visit whatever time of year with attractions nearby to suit all tastes.
Situated just a short drive from the North Norfolk coast, in the heart of the pretty Georgian town of Holt, the coach house provides an excellent base from which to enjoy the varied attractions in the local area. The town itself provides a range of independent shops and boutiques, antique shops, pubs and restaurants as well as a steam train link to the popular coastal town of Sheringham. With many quaint coastal towns and villages to visit, the area is a mecca for wildlife enthusiasts with nature reserves and bird watching being regular draw for many. While sightseers will relish visiting the royal home of Sandringham. Attractions popular for family trips include the Norfolk Broads National Park with miles of navigable waterways and bewilderwood.
Guests arriving at the Coach House will initially enter the spacious kitchen/diner, which together with the remaining rooms retains many character features such as stone flooring, thumb latch doors and exposed beams. The stylish kitchen with butler style sink and ample work surface offers everything required for holiday dining including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and to help with the dishes after, a handy dishwasher. To enjoy the resulting meals there is a round dining table with ornate hand carved chairs. Moving through to the hallway and bedrooms beyond the property can accommodate up to four guests in two bedrooms. The first of which is a generously sized room with king-size bed and features a high beamed and vaulted ceiling giving a sense of space. The second bedroom is a comfortable double bedroom. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a bathroom comprising of shower over bath and WC. Ascending the stairs to the first floor the lounge is perfect for any downtime with large comfortable sofas on which to relax and plan the next day’s activities or catch up on any must see programmes on the TV/DVD. The vaulted ceiling with chandelier and feature window reminds guests of the history of the building as well as creating a light and airy atmosphere.
For guests who enjoy a morning or evening drink outside during the warmer months, the property does have a patio area to the front with garden furniture, ideal for sitting back and watching the world go by. There is off-road parking for two cars