Set on the edge of a picturesque market town, this traditional 18th century Grade II listed cottage has been sensitively renovated to provide delightful holiday accommodation for up to four guests.
A quaint period cottage located in the picturesque town of Holt: a relaxed retreat for three guests offering a private courtyard garden in the heart of the town.
Set in a picturesque village in the beautiful Glaven valley, this traditional cottage offers cosy accommodation for a couple or small family looking to enjoy a peaceful retreat in the heart of Norfolk.
Holt 3mls SW, Norfolk
This cosy and charming cottage is located close to the thriving Georgian town of Holt, the perfect place for a small family to stay and explore both coast and country.
Holt (1.5mls W), Norfolk
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.
Little Thornage, Norfolk
Nestled within the pretty hamlet of Little Thornage, which feels straight out of a storybook, this charming and striking cottage retains many original features for an authentic countryside escape.
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.
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.
A stylish and contemporary lodge offering single-storey accommodation with an open-plan living space and enclosed patio garden, located centrally in the market town of Holt.
A thoughtfully-converted stable offering comfortable accommodation for two guests, situated in the village of Stody, just 7 miles from the North Norfolk coast.
A wonderfully secluded former schoolhouse situated within 1 acre of grounds and offering stunning period accommodation for two guests, in the Norfolk village of Saxlingham.
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