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.
Holt (1.5mls W), Norfolk
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.
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.
An attractive former forge offering comfortable accommodation for two guests set on one level, situated in the village of Saxlingham, just 5 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.
Superbly situated just a few yards from a picturesque quay, and with far-reaching views, this beautiful Grade II listed cottage has been lovingly restored to provide delightful holiday accommodation.
A delightful former pub, offering period style accommodation for three guests, affording a fantastic location in the coastal village of Weybourne, just 0.5 miles from the local beach.
A delightful barn conversion property offering comfortable accommodation for four guests, all set across a single storey, enjoying a quiet location in the Norfolk village of Langham.
Field Dalling, Norfolk
Attractive Grade II listed cottage offering well-maintained period accommodation for four guests in the rural village of Field Dalling, just four miles from the North Norfolk coast.
A traditional fisherman's cottage, offering a charming blend of period features and contemporary creature comforts, situated overlooking the salt marshes in the village of Cley-next-the-Sea.
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