Holt Accommodations

Accommodations in Holt

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The SpaceDouble room with an en-suite bathroom and balcony. Views of the stunning North Norfolk coast line. Close to award winning cafes and restaurants. A short drive to the historic market town, Holt. 20 mins on the bus to Sheringham train station connecting you to London Kings Cross. 10 minute walk to the beach 10 minute drive to Holt market town. Guest AccessBedroom and bathroom, Kitchen and dining room, whole huge garden Interaction with GuestsWelcome them, show them in and prepare breakfast, any suggestions for places to go, things to see and do. The NeighborhoodBeautiful village with nature reserve and incredible wild life, beach, shops including poetry and deli and the famous smoke house. 2 pubs in the village, others nearby with good food. Walks, and sightseeing g and shopping in Holt and Burnham Market Getting AroundCoast hopper bus stops outside the house. Hourly. Frequent Trains from Sheringham to Norwich and Norwich to London. Other Things to NoteBreakfast served from 8 am. Guests should park on the beach Road, it is free and just a few metres from the house.
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1br cottage
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The ground floor of the owner's Victorian Forest farmhouse, once an apple store, now lovingly refurbished to make a self-contained all on one level apartment. With parking for 2 cars and patio/covered area and garden directly outside, it is ideal for guests who find stairs challenging. One double bedroom, an open-plan farmhoue-style kitchen/living room and one bathroom including bath with shower over are tastefully dressed in Victorian style with genuine antiques and collectables of the period. An Aga range cooker is a feature of the kitchen which is fully equipped with combination microwave oven, kettle, toaster, juicer, food mixer and induction hob and all cutlery, crockery and cookware you need. A huge scrubbed pine table provides plenty of dining space, and in the sitting area a TV/DVD/Radio and a small library of books, CDs and games are provided. There's a fridge/freezer and washing machine with full laundry facilities. The bedroom has a Victorian brass double bed with memory foam mattress, and for extra accommodation there's a double sofa bed in the sitting room. The Bathroom has a Hollywood feel, with period roll-top bathtub with shower over, a Victorian style suite and Hollywood mirror. Outside, guests have their own private garden and patio with gas BBQ & wood-fired pizza oven overlooking the wooded valley with brook and waterfall. Guests are welcome to use the paddock/orchard area and to pick fruit and veg in season from the kitchen garden. Run on an enhanced self-catering basis, guests at The Apple Store will find home-made cakes awaiting them on arrival. There's the option of ordering home-made meals and buying local produce, fresh breads and cakes from the farmhouse too. Guests choosing an evening meal are offered a complimentary jug of local award-winning farmhouse cider to accompany. Pets are welcome - one dog stays free of charge. Great country for walking, wildlife or just enjoying the beautiful scenery and exploring the Forest of Dean, we're just 3 hours drive from London, 90 mins from Birmingham/Cardiff and Bristol. Prices given are for the rent of the property, max occupancy 4 + baby (cot & highchair provided) NO extra charge for electricity. All linen, towels, detergents, toiletries etc provided. Complimentary basket of fresh home-baked breads & pastries each morning NEW! Gypsy Vardo (traditional gypsy bow-top wagon) glamping From ÂŁ80 per night, sleeps 2 Rent Gypsy Rose for and authentic Gypsy camping experience; get closer to Nature (and closer to your loved one!) with 2 nights in our beautiful "vardo" caravan. Love wildlife? No need to sit in a cold 'hide' for hours - just sit up in bed and open the window for an unrivaled view of the waterfall. Watch for fish leaping, the flash of a kingfisher, the heron hoping for a snack, and if you're really lucky, otters playing. You'll be living the dream, cooking on open wood fires, lighting lanterns, foraging for fruit, veg and free-range eggs in the kitchen garden, orchard and Forest. Our only nod towards the 21st Century is provision of a proper mains flushing lavatory and clean tap water. Can't live without a shower or kitchen? Got to bring the dog? Want to bring the kids? Ask about renting Gypsy Rose AND The Apple Store as a combo at special discounted rate, which works out at ÂŁ40pppn for 6. See website for details, or just ask! NB The lead photograph shows the front of Maytree Cottage from the approach, NOT The Apple Store, which is on the lower ground floor level, beneath the main house. No charge for 1 dog. ÂŁ15 per rental for 2nd dog. Other pets welcome by arrangement. On the side of a wooded valley, the south-facing gardens and orchard enjoy sunshine all day in fine weather, and dark starry skies at night. Secluded but not remote, the village of Blakeney is about a 10 minute walk and offers pubs, village shop and post office, chip shop and hairdressers. The Apple Store is located in the hamlet of Furnace Valley on the edge of the Forest of Dean, and has direct access to the Forest via footpaths and tracks. A haven for wildlife with a stream and waterfall forming the boundary, it's not unusual to see wild boar at dawn and dusk, bats, owls, herons, red kites and buzzards and even deer and otters amongst the many visitors to the garden. Nearby we have several heritage museums and places of interest, Norman castles, steam railways and opportunities to sail, cruise and even surf the famous Severn Bore. With art trails, world class potteries and wood carvers nearby, and some of the best artisan food producers in Britain, the Forest of Dean is a gem waiting to be discovered. Reach us by car (London 3 hours, Birmingham, Cardiff about 90 mins, Bristol less than 1 hour), train to Lydney (4 miles from The Apple Store) or bus to Blakeney. We have covered storage for cycles, canoes etc, and travellers arriving on foot or cycle get 10% discount for being "green". Private off-road parking for 2 cars immediately outside the door.
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2br house
  • Pets Allowed
Situated in a quiet and peaceful location on the edge of the Forest of Dean and over looking the River Severn estuary, the two adjacent holiday cottages have been converted to a high standard and are run as “sustainably” as possible. They have under-floor heating from a ground source heat pump, log burners, small private gardens, patios, barbeques, and parking for cars. The cottages are on a single level and Hamstalls is suitable for wheel chairs and is graded Mobility level 1. Hamstalls has one double bedroom with ensuite bathroom with shower over & one double or twin bedroom (zip and link beds) with ensuite wet room. Hoolet has one double or twin bedroom(zip and link). Each cottage has a well equipped kitchen, comfortable living room with TV, CD player etc and a selection of board games and books are provided. Dog owners are welcome to exercise their dogs in one of the orchards in front of the cottages when the sheep are not using them. There is a laundry room with washing machine, tumble drier, ironing board and iron and “Sheila” drying rack. Outside there is a shelter where bikes etc can be stored and, nearby, there is a hose which can be used to wash down bikes, boots, etc and dogs. The river bank and the Severn Way footpath are less than 100m away through the owner’s garden. Pets are welcome and we only charge ÂŁ20 per pet Discount available for "returnees" The cottage is close to several footpaths including the Severn Way footpath which follows the river and is one of the longest footpaths in England. There is easy access to the river which can rise as much as 10 metres when the tide comes in and provides interesting conditions for surfers and is always an amazing sight. The ancient village of Awre with its 15th century pub and Norman church is in easy walking distance across the fields and boasts local farm butcher, a cider maker and a potter. From the cottage, the picturesque village of Newnham can be reached either by a 3 mile car journey or a very pretty walk along the river, while in the other direction, Blakeney gives access to a scenic rouet through the Forest.
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2br Other
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Guests have the self-contained ground floor of our farmhouse, with private terrace and garden, private parking outside and shared use of our orchard, bounded by Forest brook and waterfall. The village pub (16th century coaching inn) is 5 mins walk away, village with shops, chip shop & buses 5 mins. Walks from the house direct into the Forest via footpaths. Cycle hire is available nearby and can be arranged through us. Guests are welcome to pick their own fruit and veg from the kitchen garden. Fresh farmhouse baking and new-laid eggs are available daily. Ideal for exploring the beautiful Forest of Dean, Wye Valley and Severn Estuary, the area is renowned for wildlife, good food and local cider.
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The SpaceOur spare bedroom has one of the best views in the world - overlooking the Severn River, you can watch the 10 m tide flood in and out. Guest AccessGuest will have a bedroom, bathroom, sitting room and dining room for breakfast. Interaction with GuestsWe live here and love the area so will be on hand to help you in any way we can. The NeighborhoodRural, with stunning views over the River Severn. 2 miles to town of Lydney. Getting AroundLydney station is 2 miles away so we can arrange lifts and taxis to and from station. Car is pretty essential if you want to explore the local area. Plenty of parking here.
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The SpaceA comfortable double bedroom with a super quality double bed, TV and hair-dryer in a quiet house. Tea and coffee in your room. Plenty of hanging and wardrobe space for your luggage. Adjoining private bathroom with over-bath shower. Safe off-road parking. Guest AccessSit out in the garden or in the conservatory to enjoy your coffee. Interaction with GuestsI am happy to take you for guided walks and recommend good places to visit. The NeighborhoodMy house is on a corner plot of a quiet cul-de-sac street of 40 1960s RAF built houses in rural North Norfolk adjacent to common and SSI land. A short walk to the nearby village pub and shop at Weybourne and a short walk across the heath to the sea with fabulous walking, bird watching sailing and horse-riding nearby. Getting AroundWe are on the Coasthopper bus route with the Sheringham railway station 3 miles away. Safe accommodation for your bikes. Other Things to NoteBring a torch - there are no street lights - fabulous view of stars.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA family home with big velvet sofas, a well equipped kitchen, very comfortable beds and unique views over a nature reserve, this is a one in a million house decorated with colour and flair. The perfect place for a dream holiday, every view is beautiful and the house is well laid out with good sized rooms and a perfect location in holiday heaven, Cley. Walking distance to the beach and to restaurants and shops, but utterly peaceful with the nature reserve and the sea right I front. Guest AccessThree bedrooms and the run of the house and the wonderful garden Interaction with GuestsWe will welcome them when they arrive and be on hand should they need us.Our cleaner Janette is available for any immediate issues. Any questions will be answered as son as you have them, and when you book, it's always great to have a chat so we can help let you know all that is on offer locally for you to plan your stay. The NeighborhoodCley-next-the-Sea is a famously pretty village on the North Norfolk Coast, we have a delicatessen, a smoke house and galleries and a bookshop on the doorstep. The famous Cley windmill can be seen from the house, and is in close walking distance, as are 3 good pubs with food and gardens. A Spar shop is open until late in the next village and the shopping town of Holt is 5 minutes drive. There is drop in yoga 10 minutes away, the famous Wiveton Cafe is a pleasant 20 minute walk or 5 minutes in a car and the views are spectacular. For bird watching there is no wher better, for a family holiday, Cley is a jewel. Getting AroundThe Coast hopper bus stop on the road outside the house connects with the train at Sheringham from here you connect with trains from Norwich to London and across the country. Bikes can be hired in Holt. Other Things to NoteThis is a family home, a place for a relaxed break. It is not a hotel, so eccentricities of heating and plumbing must be respected. It all works, but you have to use common sense. Two sitting rooms, big sofas to relax on, games, books, all to be enjoyed while you stay here. Well equipped kitchen.A basket of wood is yours when you arrive, beyond that, please buy your own from the local garage.
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Excellent
18 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe large garden for children to play in is unusual for Blakeney. There are bikes in the garage and out door games. There is no gate to the drive so toddlers can escape. Guest AccessBabies who have their own cots are free. There is a large bathing bowl for them. There is no bath only a very good shower and 3 toilets. Interaction with GuestsThe house is managed by a friend who lives nearby. So I need at least 2 days notice for her to prepare the house for visitors. Thank you. The NeighborhoodEasy access to the salt marshes and creeks by foot. The nearest open sea beach is at Cley unless you walk across from Blakeney at low tide. The smell of the sea is all around. There are ferries to the Point to see seals and birds and to spend a day picnicking and swimming. Getting AroundThe Coast Hopper bus takes you all along the coast making walking very easy as you can always get home by bus. It goes to Holt and Sheringham to shop. Other Things to NoteIt is sometimes possible to get wi-fi in the kitchen from the British Legion at the end of the garden. The small bedroom has adult size bunk beds.
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The SpaceOn the edge of the historic Georgian market town of Holt this single-storey converted barn provides perfect holiday accommodation for discerning visitors. The Stables is only a stones throw from the Holt Country Park and just a few miles inland from the North Norfolk Coast with its wealth of beaches and nature reserves. Having previously run their own Bed & Breakfast in Bakewell, Derbyshire, Jane and David have recently relocated to Holt, where they now invite you to join them and where you will be assured the same warm and friendly welcome to their home. Throughout your stay you will be their only paying guests, enjoying a comfortable double room with en suite including Whirlpool bath and shower. At the mezzanine level you have your own sitting area with TV and sofa. Being on the ground floor you will have direct level access to your room from the garden. Once inside there are stairs to the mezzanine lounge and one further step down into the dining room. Comfortable double room with direct access from the garden En-suite facilities Your own private sitting room Tea and coffee making facilities Freeview TV Wireless broadband throughout the house Enclosed garden with patio and furniture Gated parking Secure cycle/ sports equipment store The Stables is strictly no smoking throughout. Full English breakfast, or a lighter alternative if you prefer, will be served daily at 8:30 a.m. However we will always do our best to meet requests to vary this. Guests are asked not to arrive before 4 p.m. and rooms should be vacated by 10.00 a.m. on the day of departure unless agreed by prior arrangement. Price: - £80.00 per night for two sharing the room. We request a minimum of two nights stay. Please note that we are unable to accept card payments. Do feel free to check out our (EMAIL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceA nice room in a nice part of mansfield - chilled vibe and use of shared kitchen and living room with cable TV, hi-fi and broadband - -
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The SpaceLocated in Olympic Borough! A beautifully decorated double room fully furnished in new build flat with great view of park. Fitted wardrobes, leather bed with memory foam mattress). Flat has a nice small balcony with park view. Great Amenities/Transport Shops (incl Tesco 1 minute walk. Nice Deli's, pubs and restaurants walking distance. Fab location for getting around town and seeing the sites of London. Regents canal 2 mins walk. Waterloo, London Bridge (20 mins), City (10 mins), Kings X (20 mins), West End (30mins). Angel Tube 15 min walk or 5 minutes by bus. Canonbury Overground linking Stratford/Richmond. Haggerston Station 10 mins walk. Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line) 15 mins walk. Leisure Centres within 10 minutes walking distance. Looking for: This is a warm and cosy flat that has been decorated to a high standard. I am looking to rent out this gorgeous room to one person or a couple looking for a good location for the olympics. I am a very friendly welcoming host and will be sure to make you feel at home! There is a washing machine, Fridge freezer, induction hob and a well kitted out kitchen - including Bosch coffee machine! Bed linen and towels supplied. There is also wifi.
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Excellent
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The SpaceWELCOME TO THE COASTGUARD COTTAGE! Please read the description in full - Teetering on the edge of Weybourne cliffs sits a row of Coast Guard Cottages. Ours is the white one! Ideally situated on the coastal path, its great for walkers and beach lovers alike. From the garden you can see the steam train chugging past in the distance and hear the sea rolling onto the shingle beach. Coastal villages are only a stones throw away and there are endless places to explore. The house has fantastic sea views from almost every window and is a true coastal retreat. There is NO electricity in this cottage; only candles and gas lamps to light the way - making it a truly unforgettable place to stay. BUT..... **Don't panic! We have a leisure battery that allows use of internet and charges small electronic stuff like ipads, phones and cameras** WINTER AT THE CLIFF For those of you who are looking to stay during colder months (October-May) MUST be aware of the lack of central heating. We have only a range in the kitchen and guests have a small (rather old and rubbish) open fire in the upstairs sitting room. We provide hot water bottles and blankets but sometimes in the depth of winter it's SO SO cold it's really quite challenging, particularly in the attic bedroom. Staying here is not for the faint hearted and would suit the hardier types who love an adventure/experience...and a bit of a challenge!! PLEASE NOTE! It's important to understand that this is a unique house with many quirks! It is not for everybody! Rustic, charming and unforgettable - sometimes very windy and wild (due to its coastal position). It is certainly not a hotel - NEVER immaculate but always clean and tidy, often breath taking and serene and ALWAYS friendly and welcoming. *If you are at all hesitant and want to know more, we will answer questions honestly and advise if this is the place for you, or not. DOGS If you plan on bringing you're pooch please let us know before you book. Your dog must be well behaved and get on well with other dogs because he/she will be sharing the space with our labrador! THE SPACE We are a very relaxed couple with a friendly black labrador offering our large attic bedroom for rent (only one party at a time). We also live in the house but there is lots of private space where guests can relax on their own. Our house still retains all of its original features, including sweet fireplaces, sash windows and pitch pine floor. The private attic bedroom is rustic and charming, with incredible views out of the velux windows. The room comprises of one double bed and an additional two separate, single mattresses, made up on the floor, under the attic eaves. The little room below has a single day bed and an attractive Victorian fireplace. This single room is usually made up as a private guest sitting room but can become a single bedroom if needs be. There is also a lovely private bathroom looking onto Weybourne Mill which includes a bath, sink and loo. GETTING HERE AND GETTING IN We cannot always be here to greet you and show you around the house but we will be when possible. The track is bumpy - but fine if you go slowly - please be aware of this! You will always be given clear instructions on arrival and a very warm welcome whether we are here or not! We also give you a key, so you can come and go as you please. Sometimes we might be away from the house all weekend/week - if this is the case we will of course forewarn guests and leave you with all you need. DO IT YOURSELF BREAKFAST Breakfast is simple and consists of croissants, toast and cereal - we usually lay breakfast out the night before and you can help yourself anytime from 7am. Guest AccessDoor Key and parking up the bank next to the house. Interaction with GuestsWe have busy lives - particully in the height of summer so do be aware that we will leave guests very much to their own devices! We are often out all day and sometimes stay elsewhere during the weekends. Sometimes we chill all weekend at home, and you will see a lot of us! It depends. Either way - you will always be looked after and welcomed. The NeighborhoodWe can't say enough wonderful things about this area. The North Norfolk Coast is full of great beaches, walks, charming villages and local delicatessens and shops. It is also packed with incredible churches and historical market towns and villages, plus National Trust treasures too. You can always find somewhere lovely to eat - good food and great atmospheres are abundant. The people are friendly and helpful and transport is really good too with the coast hopper running 40 miles along the stunning coast road, very near our house. It is a place for all ages - and there is something here for everyone. Getting AroundThe coast hopper bus is fantastic and runs all the way along the North Norfolk coast from early morning until 6.30pm Other Things to NotePlease be aware that access to the property is down a long, bumpy farm track. We do not have a 4x4 and it is accessible as long as you TAKE IT SLOW! Please park up the bank directly to the side of our house. Please do not park in the spaces outside any of the other houses because they are for our neighbours!
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceGround floor bedrooms Guest AccessGreat central location near quay Interaction with GuestsWe are available by phone, text or email The NeighborhoodBlakeney is an idyllic area of outstanding beauty. Unspoilt and lovely silks to see the Blakeney seals. Great restaurants and unique shops Getting AroundPublic transport available Other Things to NoteThe bedrooms are as follows: A twin with ensuite an extra put you up bed Another ground floor double bedroom with a small steep staircase leading to a single and a shower/toilet. Please note that the single and ensuite are small. Outside seating area Bedlinen service £12 per person. Note: we don't charge a cleaning service, but make our bedlinen service optional (they come to roughly the same) so that those on a listed budget can save money by bring their own. There are duvets and pillows on all beds.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceGood position near to Blakeney Point seal sanctuary. Wonderful walks. Great pubs and restaurants The NeighborhoodBlakeney is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt coastal villages in England. The jewel of the Norfolk coastline it is full of traditional cottages and right on the coast, the traditional quay and mini beach are at the end of the road. The best beach in Norfolk, Holkham, is a drive of approx ten minutes along the coast. Getting AroundThe nearest station is Sheringham and there is a good bus service to Blakeney. Other Things to NoteThe price includes bedlinen In school holidays the rental period is one week minimum Friday to Friday booking bedlinen and towel service included
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceReally unusual, spacious and comfortable apartment which has small outside seating veranda Guest AccessGuest access for the whole apartment The NeighborhoodBlakeney is part of England that has retained its individuality and charm Getting AroundThere is public transport Other Things to NotePlease note that there are three bedrooms, a double, a twin and a very small single/double with ensuite. This has no window and limited headroom above bed. Just one week minimum in school holidays Friday to Friday bookings Bedlinen service provided £12 extra Normal practice for Airbnb is to charge a cleaning fee of around £35 per stay. We have chosen not to do this, rather than this we charge for bedlinen and towels, because if you choose to take your own and budget is an issue, it makes it more cost effective. We have duvets pillows and bedspreads on all beds
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Old Tump House is located in Blakeney on the very edge of the Forest of Dean and has been renovated to a very high standard. The property consists of a cosy open-plan kitchen/lounge/dining area. Three spacious double bedrooms that sleep up to six people. All bedrooms have contemporary en-suite bathrooms and benefit from double aspect windows, each with its own great views of the forest and adjacent apple orchard. There is off-road parking for up to two cars, with additional on street parking approx 200m away. The owners and their young children live in the adjacent house so are on hand for any advice or should you need anything. On your arrival you will find a welcome basket including milk, eggs, butter, bread and some 'Tump Orchard' cider. The fully equipped kitchen has an oven, microwave, gas hob, dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment and washing machine. There is a patio area with a picnic bench and additional fixed stone seating. The patio area has stone ledges and so young children in particular must be supervised. Private areas are clearly marked, however please supervise children as there is a stream and other potential hazards in the grounds of the main house. When booking please let is know whether you would like the twin room set as king bed, and also whether you need a travel cot or high chair (please note we don't provide bedding for the travel cot). Guest AccessOutside there is a patio/lawn area which has seating and a barbecue. Perfect for relaxing after exploring the forest. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like. We love meeting our guests but will also respect your privacy. The NeighborhoodThe Old Tump House is a great base to explore the beautiful Forest of Dean and surrounding area. There is superb walking and you will find the Forest's most famous picnic spot only a short distance from the cottage. There is a whole host of other great activities a short drive or cycle away. Whether you are looking for an action-packed, adrenalin-fuelled holiday or a relaxing and quiet short break, the Forest of Dean has a wonderful range of activities. For walkers, there are numerous waymarked routes and footpaths throughout the area, as well as several circular routes through historic market towns, picturesque villages and some of the most scenic parts of the Forest of Dean. The Forest is perfect for cyclists. The Family Cycle Path runs through the heart of the Forest, safely away from traffic, while a dedicated off-road area behind Pedalabikeaway Cycle Hire is popular with mountain bikers. The Wye Valley is easy to get to and is renowned for its climbing, abseiling, canoeing and kayaking activities. Getting AroundThere are great walking and cycling trails within easy reach of the cottage but a car would allow you to really explore the area. Other Things to Note- We do not allow pets or smoking inside the cottage. - The cottage has wifi. - With the exception on Vodafone there is very little mobile reception in the cottage. Some reception can be picked up just outside the front gate by the road. - The cottage is a non-smoking property. However if you wish to smoke outside, an ashtray can be found under the sink.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceReally traditional Blakeney cottage near the quay. Although the address s High Street it is reached by going down a fainted walkway opening up into a delightful large walled garden with several little cottages around it. We have our own space with a table and chairs so guests can enjoy eating outside in the summer. The cottage is lovely in winter as well with an open fire and heating. The cottage sleeps four maximum with a standard sized double room with ensuite and a small twin. There's also a family bathroom with bath and shower downstairs. Guest AccessPlease note just weeks available in school summer holidays and May half term The NeighborhoodBlakeney is known as the Jewel of the Norfolk coastline. Beautiful unspoilt and unique. Lovely restaurants and gorgeous views Getting AroundPublic bus service Other Things to NoteBedlinen service £12 per person We have duvets pillows and bedspreads on all beds so you can take your own if you prefer. Just a note about this. Airbnb usually add another £38 cleaning charge on top of rental. I've chosen to opt out of this and rather make a bedlinen charge, so that if budget is an issue, you can opt to take your own. One week bookings only in school holidays Minimum of two nights but short breaks and weekends welcome Three night minimum for New Year bookings
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBlakeney is such a lovely unspoiled part of the British coast, with its timeless charm, beautiful scenery and lovely walks, it makes a holiday or short break a pleasure. The cottage is in the heart of Blakeney, not far from all the lovely places to eat and unusual shops. Guest AccessThe accommodation comprises of a newly refurbished kitchen (2016) with all usual equipment including dishwasher, outside, laundry room by the back door as well as second toilet. Good sized lounge diner with open fire, large TV with freeview. Upstairs three bedrooms, a double with a 5' bed, a twin room and a treble with three single beds reached by going through the double room and up a steep open tread staircase. The cottage is full of charm. Redecoration in late 2015 and Kitchen upgrade and redecoration in 2016 Interaction with GuestsAlways available to talk to guests on phone The NeighborhoodWe love the walks along the saltmarshes, Holkam, beach, ten minutes drive along the coast and the best beach in Norfolk. Cromer pier. Crabbing on the quay. Walking to see the seals at Blakeney Point, or taking a boat trip. Eating at the Mooring Bistro, in the same road. The observatory at nearby Salthouse. Cookies for an inexpensive seafood meal. The two steam engine lines and Thomas the tank engine for children. The sea museum and the shell museum. Nearby Holt with all the antique shops. Getting AroundBuses operate to and from Blakeney Other Things to NoteWe have duvets and pillows on all beds. Bedlinen service with towels and extra £12 per person, or you can take your own. Please note Airbnb normally add a cleaning charge of approx £38 per stay. We have opted out of this, as we would prefer to add an optional bedlinen charge, meaning that if budget is important to you, you have the option of taking your own towels and duvet covers etc. Just one week minimum in school holidays Saturday to Saturday bookings in season. Flexible outside. Weekend bookings welcome
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Excellent
21 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The Space•Complimentary WIFI for our guests •Sitting Room which is tastefully lit, includes a log burner, sofa, easy chairs in bay window, Flatscreen TV, DVD player, CD Radio Hi-fi. • Kitchen Diner Hand made kitchen in beech on the clean Shaker style line. It is well equipped with good quality fittings, all stainless steel utensils, Fridge, Dishwasher, Microwave, Electric oven, Gas hob, Toaster, iron & ironing board. Seating for 4 people. • Inner Lobby with flagstone floor, leading to • Downstairs cloakroom with WC, shaver point, wash basin and washing machine. • Bedroom 1 has large double bed, bedside cabinets, table lamps, cupboard, flatscreen TV, hairdryer, hanging space for clothes. • Bedroom 2 is twin bedded, bedside cabinets, chest of draws, hanging space for clothes. • Bathroom with over-bath shower, wash basin, WC, shaver point. Sorry, no pets allowed. The NeighborhoodJust a short drive from the coast and surrounded by beautiful countryside Holt is a great base from which to discover Norfolk. Nash cottage is the perfect spot for your getaway in this bustling and charming town. With loads to see and do in Holt itself this is the perfect holiday destination if you are looking for convenience as well the chance to explore. Getting AroundOff-road parking is available for one car at the front of the cottage.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceLots of character and a good sized property with garage and games room Guest AccessComplete house and garage Interaction with GuestsAlways available on phone or email The NeighborhoodLovely traditional seaside village Getting AroundBus and nearby train Other Things to NoteFriday changeover if a week and only weekly lets in school holidays and a two night minimum outside that. Weekends and short breaks welcome. Bedlinen not included but duvets and pillows provided. Bedlinen and towel charge is £12 pp. just a note of explanation. Airbnb normally charge approx £38 cleaning charge per let. We have opted out of this, choosing to charge an optional bedlinen charge so that if budget is an issue, you can choose to take your own.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOnce the apple store, now a self-contained garden-level apartment, we've taken care to retain the Victorian character of the property. The antiques are genuine, the artwork is original - from the claw-footed bathtub to the "Speed the Plough" wallclock, its a step back to a simpler time. Mod cons, not high tech. Guest AccessYou have parking immediately outside on our private drive, a separate private entrance of your own, a south-facing terrace overlooking the valley and waterfall, patio garden with veg, fruit and herbs for you, lawn and pergola ideal for BBQs, and an orchard/paddock bounded by the stream - ideal for giving the dog a run, kicking a ball about or bouncing on the trampoline. Interaction with GuestsIt's our home too, so someone's nearly always on hand to help or advise. Always happy to chat, more than happy to help, but if its peace and privacy you're after, that's fine too! The NeighborhoodThe neighbourhood is peaceful and quiet, but not remote.The Forest is there for the taking, a short stroll from the door, and a walk takes you past the few other cottages dotted along the valley. Everyone's friendly, everyone's interested, you're sure of a warm welcome. After all, we don't get out much - home is too lovely to leave! Getting AroundA bus service to Gloucester/Lydney runs about 300 yds from the cottage, and more buses into the Forest go from the village, about 5 mins walk. Other Things to NoteCycle hire available nearby, and bikes can be delivered and collected for your stay. Arrange when booking
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThis pavilion is set at the rear of a long garden a grand desgn type house. its totally secluded and accessed from a private path. There is car parking in the front drive. It is an enchanting and peaceful place set among pines. I designed the building in 2012. It's classic scandi feel, a comfortable flowing space, open plan. It is ideal for one / two people, or 4 people , your kids will love the separate funky bunk room. The double bed is in the main large living open plan space with full wall to ceiling views of woodland, a comfy sofa, a Kitchenette and designer table and chairs, make this a cool and relaxing area. There is a shower room, as with all the design is modern and stylish. There is a separate room for the washing machine, open plan wardrobe and changing room. The outside space is a large wooden deck under canopy and a garden with lovely view to the adjacent meadow. Magical to sit /eat out on a summer evening. Guest AccessSeperate . Park car in the main house yard and walk down righthand pathway side to the Pavilion. Interaction with GuestsI will be available much of the time for information etc. The pavilion is self catering so guests can cook for themselves but left is information on the great restaurants all within 5 miles. The NeighborhoodThe coast,forests, national trusts houses and parks. Enchanting English seatown villages brimming with pubs and gastro dining. Art galleries and Chic shopping. No shortage of charming afternoon tea stops . Golf, cycling, boating, fishing,wildlife marshes. All this within a ten mile range and much more on offer further afield. General feel of the area is mellow,understated and relaxed. Being close to nature. Getting AroundCar is good but if you don't have one you are close to a bus stop that can take you to train stations and destinations. You are just a pleasant 15 mins walk into the Georgian town of Holt. Other Things to Note1 double bed 2 bunk beds Sofa
cottage
2br cottage
    Newly converted local stone cottage with fully equipped kitchen, modern bathroom with bath and shower. one double and one twin bedroom. Sky TV, Wifi, towels and linens provided. Situated in the beautiful Forest of Dean, a great base to explore this stunning part of the country and beyond. Dogs allowed by request. The local areas boasts some of the most beautiful countryside in the South West. Cycling, kayaking and walking are all activities that you can enjoy in the area. As well as just enjoying the countryside, there are many tourist attractions to visit such as puzzlewood which has been backdrop for several high profile movies including the Hobbit, perrygrove railway where Thomas the tank engine is a frequent visitor. Newly converted local stone cottage with fully equipped kitchen, modern bathroom with bath and shower. one double and one twin bedroom. Sky TV, Wifi, towels and linens provided. Situated in the beautiful Forest of Dean
    house
    3br house
      Enjoy a relaxing escape in North Norfolk with this luxury holiday let. This family-friendly unit can sleep six with 2 double rooms and bunk beds. The property was recently completely refurbished to a high standard including a top-of-the-range fully-fitted kitchen and new bathrooms. From the properties' outside terrace you can look over the National Trust nature reserve to Blakeney point and enjoy the wonderful sunsets. There is plenty of off-street parking. Located on the north Norfolk coast.
      cottage
      4br cottage
        Sea View Cottage is a beautifully appointed and extended 17th-century property located in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On the edge of the picturesque village of Kelling, this flint-and-brick home has rural views north to the sea in the distance, and farmland rich in wildlife on two sides of the extensive garden.The cottage is decorated in muted Farrow & Ball paints, with bespoke blinds and curtains, cosy designer blankets on the beds and some original art works. Accommodation-wise, there are two double bedrooms on the first floor, a single bedroom on the top floor and a further two-bed* room on the ground floor which can be arranged as a twin or double (also ideal for less mobile guests). The ground floor has a bathroom with bath and WC, an open plan kitchen and dining area (featuring extendable dining table) with galleried ceiling and wood-burning fire, a separate twin-sofa sitting room with flatscreen TV (Sky), and a south-facing conservatory overlooking the garden - perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine on a summer's evening! Upstairs, there is a further WC/shower room. The house and garden are suitable for children of all ages (with supervision as appropriate on stairs and in the garden, which is not fully enclosed by fencing and features wild areas).In Kelling itself, there is an antique shop/tearoom just a minute's walk away, and a bar/restaurant in a secluded country hotel 300 metres to the east. There are small shops in the adjacent villages of Salthouse and Weybourne, and a supermarket, restaurants, garage and many other retail outlets in the beautiful Georgian market town of Holt, just three miles away.Please note that smoking is not allowed anywhere on the property, and we do not accept pets.* The ground floor beds are 2 ft 6 in wide to enable them to be arranged in whichever configuration is desired
        lodge
        3br lodge
          Whistle Stop Lodge has been individually designed by us to give the maximum luxury and space for the number of occupants specified. We have not attempted to squeeze in as many spaces so as to maximize occupancy. Comfort and space are paramount. The living area comprises kitchen area, dining area and lounge area – all equipped to exceptionally high standards with all the conveniences you would expect. There is also a separate utility room with washing machine. There is a double, with ensuite, and a twin bedroom and family bathroom together with 'shorty #' bunk beds in a small third bedroom for young children. No child under six years may use the top bunk. (#The bunks are 3' wide but 1' shorter than a standard bed) Outside is a large decking area – perfect for relaxing or for enjoying fresco meals looking out over Kelling Heath's ancient woodland. The properties have intruder alarms linked to park security centre. The plot surrounding our lodge is private with various sunny areas. There is private parking for two cars and the lodge is a few minutes walk from the centre of Kelling Heath where most of the general facilities are to be found including the Leisure Centre, Restaurant and shop. Imagine waking up in the middle of a forest. Imagine looking out of the window and seeing a deer quietly grazing. Imagine being able to hear nothing except the birds and the sound of the wind in the trees. Imagine being able to sit inside or out and read or eat in peace and quiet. Imagine all this AND being :- ..... in your own luxury lodge ........on a well equipped site in North Norfolk that also has: Restaurant, Bar, & Pizzeria/takeaway Leisure centre with gym, indoor pool, sauna & steam room # Outdoor pool Shop & Laundry Fishing lake and Dipping pond Children's adventure playground Entertainment activities and games It's own steam railway halt on the Poppy Line ..... and 250 acres of woodland in which to wander around and enjoy the best that nature has to offer Turn your imaginings into reality, stay in our lodge at Kelling Heath near Holt in North Norfolk. Come once and you will be back! Welcome to something really special at Kelling Heath, North Norfolk. # 3 day flexi passes for the Fitness and Leisure Centre are provided for stays of 7 nights or more. 1 day passes are provided for shorter stays. Passes can be extended for additional payment if required. Swimming towels are NOT provided. Kelling Heath is situated close to Weybourne Village and the North Norfolk Coast and set in an ancient woodland area that is protected and managed by Kelling Heath's own Countryside Team, who also provide related activities for visitors. This is no ordinary holiday park but something special for guests who are seeking tranquility bit with quality activity available. If you can tear yourself away the historic Georgian own of Holt with its famed shopping and hospitality attractions is nearby, and it is here you return to old fashioned personal service, quality and real enjoyment. Also close by are the traditional seaside resorts of Sheringham and Cromer. Both Holt and Sheringham can be reached using the North Norfolk Railway, with its steam and heritage rolling stock, from Kelling Heath's own station halt. Just remember that it is a request stop! Come back to a time when there was time to live a life with some leisure. Whistle Stop is for guests who want something special with activity but also tranquility. Where you can swim in a modern indoor complex or outdoors on a sunny day and where you can hide away or walk to think and dream, or just do nothing. Enjoy life without rushing. DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR LESS THAN FULL OCCUPANCY - PLEASE REQUEST DETAILS.
          cottage
          Excellent
          3 reviews
          3br cottage
            Masons Yard s situated in a secluded position in the centre of Cley. It has two double bedrooms and another with twin beds, the master bedroom has an ensuite shower and there is a luxurious family bathroom. The property has recently been extended and renovated by the owners to a very high standard. The open plan kitchen and dining room is light and airy with patio doors leading to the garden. There is a well equipped kitchen with electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave and fridge freezer. The washing machine is situated in a separate utility room. The cosy lounge with a large leather sofa has a wood burning stove ideal for warming up on return from winter walks The courtyard garden is enclosed by ancient flint walls and being south facing is a sun-trap ideal for alfresco dining in the summer.There is parking inside the property grounds for two cars. In autumn thousands of geese amy be seen flying over Cley. The Picnic Fayre delicatessen in the High Street can be reached in a few minutes by taking one of the ancient lokes or alleyways. The village also has a pub and the renowned Cley Smoke house. Two cars can be parked securely within the courtyard and there is additional parking at the nearby Cley Village hall.
            house
            1br house
              Romantic escapes, Wildife watching breaks, a little bit of bushcraft or just camping with a comfy bed and flushing loo...if you're after any of these Gypsy Rose is the place for you! A traditional authentic Gypsy Vardo (bow-top caravan) and the life-style that goes with it is yours! Gypsy Rose has come to rest in our ancient apple orchard, next to the brook and overlooking a waterfall. To watch the fish jumping, the heron fishing, or if you're lucky maybe catch a glimpse of a kingfisher or otter all you have to do is sit up in bed and open the window - Nature comes to you, right outside! And with 43 square miles of Forest on your doorstep, teeming with wildlife from deer and wild boar to badgers and buzzards, it's a wildlife watcher's dream come true! There are lots of lovely walks with the Forest to the west and the Severn Estuary to the east. Hire a bike, or hop on a bus - the bus-stop is 300 yds down the road! There is only one Gypsy Rose; with no neighbours nearby and in a corner of our large garden, screened by apple trees and shrubs our guests enjoy the peace, quiet and seclusion of their own garden and outdoor kitchen area. Step back in time... cooking is over an open fire, forage for food in the Forest or just PYO fruit and veg from the kitchen garden and collect eggs from our hens and ducks. Light comes from lanterns, heat from the fire. This is the real deal gypsy wagon living in a beautiful location. If it looks familiar it might be because it has been used in film locations and photo-shoots for period dramas, fashion and advertising. We give you some home comforts - fresh bread from the farmhouse kitchen each morning, a flushing lavatory on the mains sewer (no chemical or composting loos here!), a pretty wash-stand and luxury toiletries and fluffy towels. Shower/bath available only if our holiday let is vacant during your stay; this is authentic gypsy wagon living; you'll be heating water in a kettle over the fire, or just jumping into the waterfall for a really refreshing "shower"! You'll have a hamper to welcome you, with best local bacon and sausages, tomatoes, mushrooms and eggs, and with our fresh bread basket, breakfast is sorted! You'll find tea and coffee in the cupboard, and we'll give you a pint of milk and a Farmhouse cake to start you off... after that it's Over to You! Gypsy Rose is cosy in cooler months and a delight in summer when you can spend the long evenings sitting outside by the fire, being serenaded by owls and watching the stars go by... In winter a little Queenie stove keeps the van toasty-warm. Bring a book, learn to knit or crochet, do a bit of that painting you've always wanted to try, or even learn to play an instrument - there's an old fiddle hanging on the wall! This is a real retreat; no electricity, no TV, no DVDs, we're not sure if WiFi reaches that far (it is available near the house) or if you can get a mobile phone signal easily at Gypsy Rose. Its ideal for anyone who wants to "disappear from the radar" for a day or two. Rural, not remote, its a 10 minute stroll down country lanes to the village pub, shop, chippy and restaurant. And just 4 miles to the nearest supermarket, ATM and mainline station. No trekking off into the wilderness - we're a 3 hour drive from London, just 90 minutes from central Birmingham and about an hour from Cardiff, Bristol and Worcester in the beautiful Forest of Dean. Happy Glamping! NB Please read booking conditions carefully. Regrettably, due to the behaviour of some guests at Gypsy Rose, we now have to impose a deposit against damage and a cleaning fee, both returnable if the property and site are left clean, tidy and complete on your departure.
              house
              3br house
                This detached house is situated on theoutskirts of Holt in Norfolk and sleeps six people in three bedrooms. Ingleside is a detached house on the edge of the market town of Holt in Norfolk. This cottage sleeps six people in three double bedrooms. The cottage also has a bathroom, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, study and conservatory. Outside there is off road parking for three cars and a private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, hot tub, furniture and barbecue. Ingleside is an ideal holiday home for exploring the many attractions close by, the Norfolk coast and the city of Norwich. Amenities: Gas central heating with electric fire in conservatory. Electric oven, gas hob, combination microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD, selection of books and DVDs, computer with broadband. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 3 cars. Private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, furniture and BBQ. Hot tub. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: There are unfenced ponds and water features in the garden. Note: No children at this property. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Holt is a market town in Norfolk with shops, restaurants and narrow lanes and courtyards. Within easy travelling distance are Sheringham, Cromer and the city of Norwich. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This detached house is situated on theoutskirts of Holt in Norfolk and sleeps six people in three bedrooms. Ingleside is a detached house on the edge of the market town of Holt in Norfolk. This cottage sleeps six people in three double bedrooms. The cottage also has a bathroom, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, study and conservatory. Outside there is off road parking for three cars and a private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, hot tub, furniture and barbecue. Ingleside is an ideal holiday home for exploring the many attractions close by, the Norfolk coast and the city of Norwich. Amenities: Gas central heating with electric fire in conservatory. Electric oven, gas hob, combination microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD, selection of books and DVDs, computer with broadband. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 3 cars. Private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, furniture and BBQ. Hot tub. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: There are unfenced ponds and water features in the garden. Note: No children at this property. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Holt is a market town in Norfolk with shops, restaurants and narrow lanes and courtyards. Within easy travelling distance are Sheringham, Cromer and the city of Norwich. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                cottage
                3br cottage
                  Stable Cottage is a traditional flint and brick cottage with a mix of period and contemporary features. It has all the modern features expected in a home never mind a holiday home. In the last few years the property has been fully renovated including the addition of an en-suite to the main bedroom. The property is suitable for both families and groups of friends it will sleep six adults or children plus baby.We like to keep things personal so we don't offer our cottage through agencies. We deal with all enquiries and bookings directly. Minimum 3 night booking. Week or long weekend bookings typically start on a Friday especially in school holidays. Otherwise by agreement. Three bedrooms, family bathroom, en-suite shower room to bedroom 1, en-suite WC to bedroom 2.Large Living and Dining area open to the eaves with exposed beams. Previously the stables of the Ship Inn it still retains two mangers in the Living Room. Ample comfortable seating around wood burner. Large dining table with seating for six. 40" flat-screen TV, DVD player and Hi-Fi. Fully equipped kitchen with electric fan-assisted double oven with ceramic hob, microwave, washer/dryer, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. Three bedrooms, sleeping six. In addition to the six adults/children, a baby sleeping in a cot may be part of the booking at no additional charge. Ground floor main bedroom with king-size (5') double bed, light-oak furniture, 32" flat-screen TV and en-suite with shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. Heated towel rail and demisting, LED-lit mirror. Vaulted second bedroom (on first floor) with king-size (5') double bed, wash basin in bedroom and separate WC. Ground floor third bedroom with two single (3') beds.Vaulted family bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle. There are three cottages in the yard sharing two parking spaces on a first-come first-served basis but each cottage may only park a single car. Dropping-off and picking-up is also permitted. 200m away is a pay & display car park (ÂŁ3/day). 150m away by the quay is car parking (free to National Trust members) but you need to be aware of high tides as it can flood. The Village hall has free parking and is a five minute walk away. Central heating with radiators in all room plus wood burner in living area. Free super-fast Internet with Wi-Fi. Landline for receiving incoming 'phone calls. Welcome hamper from Blakeney Deli provided. Cleaning following your stay is included. An easily fitted stairgate is available. For babies there is a travel cot (with basinette for young babies) and a high chair. Please note we do not provide linen/cot blankets etc. For your safety there are several mains-operated alarms. In the kitchen there is a fire blanket, fire extinguisher and first aid kit. Our prices are for the rental of the cottage and are for one to six occupants plus a baby at no extra charge. Bookings are for a minimum of three nights. In School holidays and Peak weeks bookings are for a minimum of one week (and start on a Friday) other than for last minute bookings. Flipkey fees are in addition to our rate. Prices shown on Flipkey are provided as a guide. Please contact us for actual price. Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast is a beautiful old fishing village comprising of mainly flint and brick properties in the original part of the village near the quay. Today it is a lovely holiday location or these who enjoy walking, sailing, bird watching, fishing or just visiting nearby sandy beaches. Blakeney Point is word famous for both its geology and wildlife including seals and tern colonies. A great favourite of visitors is to take about trip across Blakeney harbour to see the seals. Great restaurants and pubs can be found in Blakeney and the surrounding villages of Morston, Cley and further along the coast. There are several bird sanctuaries in the area and also many National Trust and similar properties to visit including Blickling Hall, Holkham Hall, Houghton Hall, Felbrig Hall. Further afield is the Royal Estate of Sandringham. Nearby Holt is a small town with pretty Georgian properties. Holt has mainly independent shops including the department store Bakes & Larners. There are al sorts of shops including antique shops, gift shops, art galleries, clothing, delicatessens etc. Further afield is the wonderful county town of Norwich.
                  house
                  5br house
                    Morston Barn is a delightful 5 bedroom barn conversion hidden up a private lane in the lovely coastal village of Morston in North Norfolk, England. This luxury holiday cottage offers high quality self catering holiday accommodation for 10 people, with excellent facilities and a large garden. The cottage is just 2 minutes from the sea at Morston Quay and the ideal base for exploring the beauty of North Norfolk, with its sandy beaches and wildlife, as well as the many visitor attractions in Norfolk. The ideal holiday accommodation for large group holidays for family and friends, and great for family celebrations. Morston Barn is away from it all, but still within easy reach of the finer things in life. You will find fine food (including a Michelin-starred restaurant in Morston itself), art galleries galore, great shopping, sailing, golf, seals, bird-watching, nature reserves, country houses, gardens, walks, museums and much more. Three night breaks from £995. Minimum booking is seven nights during peak season. Rates vary from £1,500 per week in low season to £2,845 during July and August. Online booking is available via The Blakeney Cottage Company website. Check their website for last minute deals and special offers. Morston is a delightful village on the North Norfolk coast, best known as the starting point for boat trips to see the seals on nearby Blakeney Point. Fronting the huge natural harbour formed by the Point, Morston offers watersports opportunities and is a haven for wildlife. Birdwatchers in particular enjoy this coast for its unspoilt environmant and variety of species. Thought it feels like you're a long way from civilisation when you're out on the marshes or strolling on the vast sandy expanses of Holklham beach, the bustling and propserous market town of Holt is just a 15 minute drive away. There are many fine dining establishments even closer to the Barn as well as charming rural pubs and local shops. North Norfolk is an arts and crafts haven too, and there are many galleries an workshops within easy reach.
                    house
                    1br house
                    • Pets Allowed
                    This charming, romantic retreat in Blakeney, Gloucestershire, next to the owners' home and sleeping two people in one bedroom. Paddock House is a delightful little cottage set next to the owners' home in Blakeney, Gloucestershire, on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean. With one ground floor en-suite bedroom, the property can sleep two people. There's also a first floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is off road parking for one car plus secure bike storage and a decked area with furniture and a hot tub with Bluetooth speaker and LED lantern. Paddock House provides a lovely, romantic retreat in a stunning location, with wonderful walks leading from the door. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: The ancient village of Blakeney lies on the southeast edge of the Royal Forest of Dean and was once a site of a Roman Villa dating back to 75AD. The village boasts many 16th and 17th century buildings, with a charming 16th century coaching inn, and boasts many amenities including a fish and chip shop, village store and Post Office, as well as numerous walks and cycle routes. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This charming, romantic retreat in Blakeney, Gloucestershire, next to the owners' home and sleeping two people in one bedroom. Paddock House is a delightful little cottage set next to the owners' home in Blakeney, Gloucestershire, on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean. With one ground floor en-suite bedroom, the property can sleep two people. There's also a first floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is off road parking for one car plus secure bike storage and a decked area with furniture and a hot tub with Bluetooth speaker and LED lantern. Paddock House provides a lovely, romantic retreat in a stunning location, with wonderful walks leading from the door. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: The ancient village of Blakeney lies on the southeast edge of the Royal Forest of Dean and was once a site of a Roman Villa dating back to 75AD. The village boasts many 16th and 17th century buildings, with a charming 16th century coaching inn, and boasts many amenities including a fish and chip shop, village store and Post Office, as well as numerous walks and cycle routes. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                    cottage
                    Excellent
                    2 reviews
                    2br cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    A wonderful cottage with stunning views of the River Severn. Hamstalls Cottage is a great holiday cottage for walkers, cyclists and as a base for visiting the nearby Forest of Dean and all its attractions. Situated just 150 metres from the River Severn, Hamstalls Cottage has one double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and one double or twin bedroom (zip and link beds) with an en-suite wet room. It is beautifully equipped, with under-floor heating, a log burner, a garden with a barbeque, and parking for 2 cars. Can be booked with neighbouring cottage - Hoolet which sleeps 2. Dogs are welcome, by agreement, at pound;20 per pet. Within a short drive... The Priory Cottages are on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean, one of England's few remaining ancient forests. Investigate what inspired Dennis Potter, Laurie Lee and JK Rowling or visit the Dean Heritage Museum. In the Forest, Activities are plentiful. Gentle walks to extreme mountain biking tracks are easily found. Hire bikes, canoes, horses, or go on foot to explore the stunning landscapes of the forest. Or you can test your fear and swing from the tree tops at GoApe. For more restful experiences, ten minutes drive away is Westbury Court Gardens - a stunning grade 2 English Heritage Garden. Within half an hour... Within half an hour's drive you can visit the Wye Valley and the border castles of Wales. The historic city of Gloucester, home of Dr Foster is just 17 miles away. Here you can visit Gloucester Cathedral, the recently restored historic docks, and the Beatrix Potter Museum. A little further a field, but still within one hour, you can drive over to Slimbridge to watch migrating birds and visit the Cotswolds. Cross the border into Wales, and you will find yourself in the bustling, medieval historic market town of Monmouth. Great walks along through the lush meadows of the Wye valley can easily fill a day, or head north to the contrasting rugged hills of the Brecon Beacons. Wonderful Cottage with stunning views of the River Severn. Well equipped, with underfloor heating, a log burner. Sleeps 4 in two en-suite bedrooms, one double and one double/twin. A great spot for families, walkers, cyclists and visiting the nearby Forest of Dean.
                    apt. / condo
                    Good
                    8 reviews
                    3br apt. / condo
                      This lovely first floor period cottage/apartment has spacious accommodation, offering a large kitchen/diner, large lounge, a twin bedroom and two **double bedrooms, one ensuite plus a family bathroom. The kitchen has a dishwasher and a microwave and a washer/dryer along with normal cooking facilities. It has an extra degree of 'luxury' mixing modern and antique furniture to good effect. There is a small railed private veranda area with table and chairs, by the front door, ideal for eating out on summer evenings. There is storage heating throughout, 32� LCD TV, DVD, radio,CD player. Wireless Internet access included. Re renovated in 2015. Bedlinen service included for stays of one week. Access is gained around the back of the building, there are restricted sea/quay views from the bedrooms. Sorry no pets in The Plover. Electricity and heating are included in the price**double bedroom with ensuite shower room is small/attic style with sloping ceiling, there is excellent lighting, but no natural light. Limited headroom. Suitable for 2 children or one adult Bedlinen and towels included for stays of one week The apartment is situated in Blakeney High Street. At the bottom of the road is the quay where you can watch the boats, fish for crabs, paddle, hire children's canoes or book a boat trip to see the seals on Blakeney Point. You can also walk for miles on the salt marshes along the tow paths . The view will be different every day, sometimes you will see nothing but water, on other days you will see the estuary (according to the tides). Period apartment in the centre of Blakeney. Triangular windows for quay views. Lots of character and space. Private veranda area for outside eating in the summer with table and chairs. Access statement on request
                      cottage
                      Nice
                      13 reviews
                      2br cottage
                        Clover Cottage is a charming period fisherman's cottage close to the quay in Blakeney . This cottage is very spacious and full of character, with exposed beams and a large open fireplace. The accommodation comprises of a large lounge with an open fire, 32” digital flatscreen television, , DVD comfortable leather 3 seater sofa and two chairs, plus a feather filled 2 seater sofa and furniture to compliment the cottages character. The kitchen/dining room has pine painted kitchen units and a pine painted farmhouse/style table seating 6. A dishwasher and washer/dryer makes this cottage ideal for a family. There is a groundfloor shower and toilet. Upstairs there is a large family bedroom with a double bed and bunk beds +TV and a twin bedroom. The bathroom and toilet are opposite the bedrooms, a newly designed bathroom incorporates a roll top bath. A cot and high chair are always available. The basement games/family room has a pool table and other games to keep the family amused for hours. Comfortable seating, sofa bed and a third TV and video make this a must for the family holiday! This cottage has a garage. New bedroom furniture and re-renovation in 2014 Bedlinen service included for stays of one week only. Bedlinen included for stays of one week.
                        apt. / condo
                        Excellent
                        1 review
                        1br apt. / condo
                        • Pets Allowed
                        The Apple Store at Maytree Cottage offers a quiet retreat in a beautiful Forest valley, a large garden bordered by stream and waterfall, south-facing sun terrace and private garden patio with Pizza Oven, Gas BBQ and outdoor dining, play area including swings, trampoline and swing-ball etc. Children welcome, dogs welcome. Please ask re availability ***Remember, what you pay is all you pay.*** No extra charges for electricity, parking, bedding and linen, WiFi, use of BBQ and Pizza Oven, outdoor toys, parking etc. Fresh breads to your door daily at no extra charge. And 1 dog stays FREE! No nearby roads, very little traffic noise, a real garden; both The Apple Store and Gypsy Rose have their own private gardens, and share the orchard, lawn and kitchen garden. No gimmicks either; it's an authentic Victorian cottage and large garden. Secluded, not remote, The Apple Store is one of the few holiday cottages with a large garden and orchard, and away from noisy roads, shops and pubs. There's plenty of space to kick a ball, play on the swing or trampoline and paddle in the brook, and give the dog a run. With direct access to the woods via footpaths and tracks, we've lots of lovely walks right on the doorstep for you and your "best four-legged friend". Ideal for weekends and short breaks for walkers, cyclists, nature-lovers and dog owners. In summer, pick your own fruit and veg from our kitchen garden, enjoy a BBQ on the patio or picnic by the brook, or simply chill...our south-facing garden enjoys plenty of sunshine all day long.Its a short walk from the house into the Forest where deer and wild boar roam free; a 10 minute stroll to Wenchford ponds, stream and BBQ area, and its about a mile from the house to Mallards Pike and Go Ape. The Dean Heritage Centre and Dean Forest Railway are a few minutes away by car, and Clearwell Caves, the Sculpture Trail, Puzzlewood and castles at Chepstow and Goodrich all within easy reach. The River Severn, famed for the Bore, salmon and wildlife is within walking distance, and The Wye Valley, with Symonds Yat and Tintern Abbey just 20 minutes drive away through the Forest.Regency Cheltenham, Roman Gloucester, Hereford, Tewkesbury, Abergavenny, Monmouth and the beautiful cities of Bath, Bristol and Cardiff are less than an hour's drive - all grand days out from The Apple Store. The village is a 10 minute walk away, where there's a Chip shop, pub and Italian restaurant/takeaway and small general store. Buses stop about 300 yards away, and for the energetic, a local bike-hire company will deliver and collect cycles to the door. The Apple Store is fully equipped for self-catering, with the electric Aga keeping the place cosy and warm in winter as well as being a fantastic cooker, and there's a microwave oven and induction hob too for summer months. Guests are welcome to pick their own fruit and veg from the garden, or take whatever is needed from the farm "shop" - eggs, produce and fresh farmhouse baking are available daily on a donations basis. Don't want to shop or cook? Just say and we'll get all you need of the best local ingredients for a full English breakfast and deliver to your door.The owners live in the adjoining farmhouse, and The Apple Store has its own private entrance, terrace and garden, sharing the orchard with the owners (and the ducks and hens!) The Apple Store apartment is on the ground floor of the 3-storey farmhouse; the main photo shows the upper 2 storeys of Maytree Cottage, which can be seen from the approach road. The terrace, parking area and garden are below Maytree Cottage; parking and covered area for storage, washing line etc are immediately outside The Apple Store, and there is a small area of garden on this level, with the orchard accessible via a sloping driveway to the valley floor. NB. The Apple Store can accommodate 4 adults; there is 1 double bedroom and a double sofa-bed in the sitting room. A travel cot and highchair are available. Large garden and orchard, ideal for children and pets. PYO fruit & veg in season, BBQ/outdoor kitchen & dining, farm-gate food on site. Maytree Cottage, with The Apple Store, lies about a mile outside of the village of Blakeney - an ancient settlement dating back to Saxon times, now straddling the A48 between Gloucester and Chepstow. The village is about a 10 minute stroll away, where there's also a good Fish&Chip; takeaway, an Italian restaurant, a country pub and restaurant, hairdresser, Post Office and small general store. Lydney, with several supermarkets, cash points etc is just 4 miles away. The Forest of Dean surrounds Maytree Cottage and is easily accessed via public footpaths, forestry tracks and single-track roads making the location ideal for dog-owners, walkers, cyclists and wildlife enthusiasts. Within minutes of leaving the door you can be in the Forest. Or head east down the lane and an easy walk across open fields will bring you to Gloucestershire's coast - the Severn estuary - where the famous Severn bore rushes in from the Atlantic at full and new moons. Go Ape, the Dean Heritage Centre and Forest steam railway are perhaps 5 minutes by car, and the small town of Lydney with its supermarkets and Taurus Craft centre is just 4 miles away. Buses run hourly from Blakeney to Lydney, and from there on into the Forest, or to Chepstow. The Apple Store is situated in a quiet valley, with a few cottages dotted across the hillside opposite and just two neighbouring detached cottages some 20 yards away. It is a sleepy, private place where its pleasant to sit out on the terrace on a sunny day with nothing but the orchard and waterfall below and the Forest stretching away across the valley. Buzzards, red kites, peregrines and herons make regular fly-bys on sunny days, and as the evenings draw in and the stars appear, bats dance to the song of our local owls. Deer make brief appearances on the opposite bank, squirrels raid the walnut trees, and on the odd occassion the wild boar make a visit to clear up our windfall apples. If your dream holiday is sitting in the sun with a good book, a cup of tea or maybe a glass of good cider, surrounded by old England at its best, this is the place for you!
                        cottage
                        Nice
                        14 reviews
                        3br cottage
                          Coastal Retreat is a pretty, ground floor & first floor Georgian cottage on The High Street and not far from the quay. Access is through a door from the High Street and there are also french windows at the back leading to a small patio area with furniture and access around the back of the property. It has a large L shaped lounge/diner with an old fireplace with an electric flame effect fire fitted. A fully fitted kitchen with microwave and dishwasher as well as normal cooking facilities and a washer/dryer. There is a large twin , (this can be made into a treble with the z bed ), with an en-suite shower room/toilet. There is also a double bedroom on ground level linked with a small en-suite shower and toilet on a second and a small single child's bedroom (the stairs are quite steep leading to the shower/WC and single bedroom) There is storage heating throughout and all the usual facilities such as 2 TV's, (1 is a 32� flat screen digital LCD) , DVD, radio and CD player. Electricity and heating are included in the price. Pets are accepted by arrangement. There is wireless internet. Access statement availbale on request. The Blakeney deli who are pleased to take orders for hampers, details on request. Short walking distance to the small supermarket and all the lovely restaurants and pubs. Bedlinen service included for stays of one week only. Bedlinen and towels included for stays of one week Blakeney is a lovely unspoilt traditional coastal village, situated about five miles north west of the Georgian Market Town of Holt. The area is scheduled as being one of outstanding natural beauty and is in a conservation area and popular with people with a wide range of interest. All our properties are in the lovely winding High Street with its traditional period properties and the unique quay at the end (see picture) Blakeney is virtually unchanged since the 19th century, when it was a thriving port, trading directly with Russia. Blakeney Point is owned by National Trust and a walk to see the seals here is a must. Opportunities for sailing, cycling, riding, fishing, swimming, bird-watching and walking abound. There are a good variety of shops in the village, all within walking distance, a small supermarket providing all your needs and there is also a very good fishmonger. A new delicatessen, featured in the national press when it opened is wonderful and is conveniently next door to The Cottage . Other shops include those selling local crafts and painting and also clothes shops. There are often antique fayres and art exhibitions in Blakeney. Blakeney has many excellent places to eat to suit every pocket and taste. Children love crab fishing from the quay, or hiring small canoes to make their way down the very safe estuary. The sandy shore is a good place to make sand castles. The estuary is perfectly safe during the day and is just waist high, but disappears at night when the tide comes in. Tide tables are available at the houses. On either side of Blakeney are a variety of lovely beaches. Parking is available in a free car park in Blakeney, Eating out is a treat in Blakeney. The White Horse has one of the best chefs in the area, The Moorings Bistro is excellent, The Kings Head does wonderful fresh fish and chips and the two hotels have good restaurants. All these are a short walk from all the cottage. Lovely four star Georgian cottage in the centre of Blakeney. Near the quay and has two ground floor bedrooms as well as one first floor. Two shower rooms. Gated and fenced patio area at the back with table and chairs for outside eating. Complimentary wi-fi.
                          cottage
                          1br cottage
                          • Pets Allowed
                          A delightful cottage in a stunning position with views of the River Severn. The cottage is beautifully furnished, with underfloor heating, a cosy wood burning stove, a well equipped kitchen and a luxuriously comfortable bed (which can be set up as a twin or a super-king sized bed). Additional beds or cots can be provided by arrangement. There are outstanding walks along the Severn Way from the doorstep and lots of other activities and attractions on hand. The cottage has a private garden, barbeque and parking for 2 cars. A delightful cottage for 2 (or a small family) with stunning views of the River Severn. Comfortable and spacious, it's a great cottage for a relaxing break or to enjoy all the activities the Forest of Dean has to offer. Dogs welcome.
                          cottage
                          Excellent
                          6 reviews
                          2br cottage
                            Its prime location makes Nash Cottage the ideal place to stay and explore the popular Georgian town of Holt and the amazing North Norfolk coast. If you're searching for the perfect cottage for a family holiday or romantic escape to North Norfolk, look no further than Nash Cottage. There are two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin Both bedrooms have LED TVs. A travel cot is available on request. Linen and towels are provided for guests. There is one upstairs bathroom with a bath, handheld shower, basin and WC. The bespoke hand-made fitted kitchen contains an electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge with small freezer and dishwasher, large butler sink & mixer tap, kettle & toaster, dinning table with seating for 4. The living room has a sofa and 2 easy chairs, a log burner, LED TV with access to free view, DVD player, CD player, library of books and games. Please note the original staircase is quite steep. Off-road parking for 1 car on the gravel drive at the front of the property The perfect cottage for a family holiday or romantic escape to North Norfolk Nash Cottage charming period property yards from the town centre. The ideal holiday base central to all the areas attractions and only 4 miles from Weybourne Beach.
                            house
                            2br house
                              This newly renovated, beautiful, Grade II listed, 2 bed Georgian home with courtyard garden is situated in the heart of Holt, just moments from the shops, cafes, galleries and pubs. The house has recently been refurbished to a high specification and offers 2 bedrooms (one with a kingsize double and one with twin beds), a fantastic open plan kitchen, dining, and living room (with wood burning stove), and a newly fitted bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower. Facilities include a dishwasher, washing machine, TV, DVD player, DAB radio, and wifi. Outside there is a beautiful courtyard garden to the rear of the house, with table, chairs and a BBQ available for guests to use. Holt is situated near the North Norfolk Coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The house is near the centre of this picturesque market town, Holt Country Park is nearby and the coast is just a few miles away. ****This property is also listed on the Glaven Valley website where you will find the best rates!**** Newly renovated, character home with courtyard garden situated in the heart of Holt
                              Farmhouse
                              1br Farmhouse
                              • Wifi
                              • Pets Allowed
                              • Breakfast
                              • Parking
                              Just 3 miles from Blakeney and Holt, our 2 double rooms have their own private bathrooms, 1 room can be turned into a twin. If you want peace and quiet we are the place for you ! We have our own free range chickens, horses and dogs .
                              Home/Apartment
                              2br Home/Apartment
                              • Wifi
                              • Pets Allowed
                              • Parking
                              Guest AccessEntire cottage Interaction with GuestsAvailable by email or telephone The NeighborhoodSalthouse is part of the North Norfolk heritage coast (and on the Peddars Way & Norfolk Coastal Path), designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are plenty of wonderful walks right from the doorstep. Salthouse is well equipped with the renowned Dun Cow Pub, Cookies Crab Shop and The Old Post Office delicatessen. For bird enthusiasts, Salthouse is famous for its bird-watching marshes, and the cottage is less than two miles from NWT Cley Marshes, one of Norfolk’s oldest and best known nature reserves. Getting AroundThe Coasthopper bus stop is 30 yards away, so you can leave your car at home and go exploring (you can even take your dog!) Other Things to Note**Off-peak prices for November-April are based on two people staying. An additional charge of £35 will apply for three or four people. Dogs welcome, a dog-cleaning fee of £25 for 1/£30 for 2 will apply**
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                              1br Home/Apartment
                              • Parking
                              The SpaceSwallowtails is set in the stunning grounds of Holt Hall in a idyllic glade surrounded by woodlands, but just a ten minute walk from the centre of the charming vibrant Georgian town of Holt. Our beautifully crafted yurts are situated in sunny end of the Swallowtails camping glade. Our stylish luxury yurts have extremely comfy king sized beds and a single daybed with pull out mattress trundle sleeping 4 people (6 people can comfortably fit in the space available if you bring your own additional camp beds). All yurts have wood burning stoves and are felt insulated to keep you super cosy in the night no matter what time of the year. Yurts are equipped with lighting, bedding, rugs, cooking equipment, 6 person wicker picnic hampers and lots of other little touches designed to make your stay as hassle free and comfortable as possible. All the yurts are made from breathable canvas which gives guests much better air quality compared to synthetic materials. At 18ft in diameter, you have a real sense of space inside the yurts with opening wooden windows and door windows to light the interior in the day. Our yurts are as stylish and comfortable as any boutique hotel or B&B room! You are provided with your own raised fire pit/BBQ grill as well as a large gas BBQ to cook up your camp food. In order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown ups to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. You'll return home from your stay with us enriched by your experiences and recharged. We would love to welcome you to 'Swallowtails'. Guest AccessAll guests have the run of the Holt Hall grounds including the woodlands and the lake area with pond dipping platform. The yurts have access to their own compost loos and the main toilets and showers. There is also a washing up hut and supplies shack for basic essentials for camping including additional firewood (one complimentary basket of wood is provided). Holt Hall produce their own charcoal for you to purchase for your BBQs. That's a seriously low carbon footprint! As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown up to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. Interaction with GuestsIn order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating with each yurt, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). Our variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity which we run in the school holidays are a great way for young and old to get to know each other. The NeighborhoodSwallowtails ticks all the boxes for the perfect camping holiday. We are just a couple of miles from the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. We are situated on the outskirts of the charming and vibrant town of Holt. The town of Holt with its many gastro pubs and an array of galleries, antique shops, gift shops, clothes shops and the well known food hall, Bakers and Larners provides plenty to do on the days you are not on the beach. Things to do: - Byfords is part of the fabric of Holt and offers everything from tea and cake through to a three course meal all day and in the evening, freshly baked bread and a delicatessens. Open seven days a week, Byford’s is located in what is thought to be the oldest building in Holt and is definitely worth a visit. - 'The Watermark Wine Bar & Restaurant' is in the heart of Holt and has been recently refurbished and serves a varied and locally sourced food throughout the day, whilst also offering the chance to have a glass of wine and relax during the evening. - 'Cookie’s Crab Shop' in coastal village of Salthouse is more than its name suggests. This is a must for anyone wanting to experience the authentic taste and views of the North Norfolk coast in one go. The seafood platters are delicious and you can even watch the fishermen as they bring in the daily catch! - 'The Dun Cow', close to Cookie’s Crab Shop, is a stylish and characterful pub serving delicious and locally sourced food. - The King’s Head (Holt) is a fine local hostelry with a restaurant. The pub has two bars and the 'STEAK' restaurant serving, as you probably guessed, chargrilled steaks as a speciality. - The King’s Head (Letheringsett) is another stylish restaurant and has a lovely big garden where the kids can run around to their heart content. - The Owl Cafe which is only a few minutes walk from the campsite is a quaint little tea room serving homemade food throughout the day. - Another lovely cafe is the 'Black Apollo' with the best coffee in Holt! Things to do: - BeWILDerwood is a unique and wonderful day out with 'Boggles' and 'Twiggles' roaming around in the woods! There is a giant tree top playground with activities and events during the summer. - Pensthorpe Natural Park, home of BBC’s 'Springwatch' for a number of years, is an award-winning mix of meandering nature trails, beguiling woodland walks, and a showcase for British wildlife and nature conservation. it has a restaurant and shops too. - 'Dinosaur Adventure' has a life-size dinosaur trail, animal enclosures, deer park, animal petting area, adventure playground and massive indoor play barn with go-kart track. - 'Davenport's Magic Kingdom' an attraction dedicated to magic is a great rainy day alternative. - You can head to the UK’s largest indoor model experience at the newly opened Wroxham Miniature Worlds. - If you fancy an indoor swim, the Pinewood Leisure Centre is close by or alternatively, you can go to 'Splash' in Sheringham which a swimming pool which has a large slide and wave machine! - There are a number of delightful woodland walks close by including the National Trust properties of Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall (home of Ann Bolynn) or Holt Country Park which is within walking distance of the campsite just on the outskirts of Holt and is a 'Green Flag' award winner. - There are a wealth of beaches nearby as can be expected from North Norfolk. Sheringham beach is a very family friendly beach next to a quaint and traditional seaside town. West Runton (great for rockpooling), Cromer (great for crabbing off the pier) and Overstrand beaches are all closeby. Morston Quay offers seal rides (booking in advance is advised). Slightly further afield, the beaches of Holkham, Brancaster and Wells-next-the-Sea offer wide expansive beaches synonymous with North Norfolk and have been voted some of the best beaches in the world according to our national press. - Gressenhall Workhouse Museum is a truly unique museum. Visit its 50-acre site and discover the 'Museum of life on the land', traditional farm with rare breed animals, beautiful, unspoilt grounds and exciting adventure playground. - Wroxham Barns has a restaurant, arts and crafts supply store and open farm. Explore Norwich: - Norwich Castle Museum - Norwich Cathedral - Sainsbury Centre (World Class Art Gallery) - Strangers Hall - Elm Hill (medieval part of Norwich) - Norwich Market (one of the oldest markets in Europe) - Norwich Lanes (alternative/independent shops) - Cinema City (independent cinema) Getting AroundThe North Norfolk Railway Line (locally known as the Poppy Line) starts close by at Holt Train Station destined for the lovely seaside town of Sheringham. There are regular trains to Norwich and beyond from Sheringham. Alternatively, the Bure Valley Miniature Railway departs from town of Aylsham and takes you to Wroxham which is at the heart of the Norfolk Broads and can be a launch pad for a boating day on the Broads. - Enjoy the coast via the 'Coasthopper' bus service which offers a whole day ticket allowing you to jump on and off at any point along the coast. The closest bus stop is in Weybourne which is just up the road from the campsite. There are a good range of buses from Holt that can take you to the coast, Norwich and around the county. - The 'Norfolk Coast Cycleway' extends from King's Lynn in the west to Great Yarmouth in the east. The 'Holt Explorer Route' is close to Holt Hall and can be picked up at the end of Kelling Road which allows you to experience some of the wonderful cycling opportunities away from the busier main coastal roads. This cycle ride includes the Wildflower and Countryside Centre at 'Natural Surroundings' close to the River Glaven and the charming Glandford Shell Museum. If you would like us to organise cycle hire then please let us know in advance and we can arrange this for you through 'Huff and Puff' cycle hire. - 'Peddars Way' and Norfolk Coast Path are ancient roman roads. You can easily join these paths from Holt Hall with the coast only a couple of miles from the campsite. The majority of the path runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just on the doorstep of Holt, the path will take you to the internationally rare salt marshes of Cley with its array of waders, and beyond to Blakeney Point where you can get up close to the seal colonies. Alternatively you can head east and enjoy the sheer cliff tops paths of Sheringham and Cromer. Other Things to NoteWe also provide grass tent, campervan and caravan pitches for campers. No electric hook up on any of the pitches. No dogs allowed.
                              Home/Apartment
                              1br Home/Apartment
                              • Parking
                              The SpaceSwallowtails is set in the stunning grounds of Holt Hall in a idyllic glade surrounded by woodlands, but just a ten minute walk from the centre of the charming vibrant Georgian town of Holt. Our beautifully crafted yurts are situated in sunny end of the Swallowtails camping glade. Our stylish luxury yurts have extremely comfy king sized beds and a single daybed with pull out mattress trundle sleeping 4 people (6 people can comfortably fit in the space available if you bring your own additional camp beds). All yurts have wood burning stoves and are felt insulated to keep you super cosy in the night no matter what time of the year. Yurts are equipped with lighting, bedding, rugs, cooking equipment, 6 person wicker picnic hampers and lots of other little touches designed to make your stay as hassle free and comfortable as possible. All the yurts are made from breathable canvas which gives guests much better air quality compared to synthetic materials. At 18ft in diameter, you have a real sense of space inside the yurts with opening wooden windows and door windows to light the interior in the day. Our yurts are as stylish and comfortable as any boutique hotel or B&B room! You are provided with your own raised fire pit/BBQ grill as well as a large gas BBQ to cook up your camp food. In order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown ups to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. You'll return home from your stay with us enriched by your experiences and recharged. We would love to welcome you to 'Swallowtails'. Guest AccessAll guests have the run of the Holt Hall grounds including the woodlands and the lake area with pond dipping platform. The yurts have access to their own compost loos and the main toilets and showers. There is also a washing up hut and supplies shack for basic essentials for camping including additional firewood (one complimentary basket of wood is provided). Holt Hall produce their own charcoal for you to purchase for your BBQs. That's a seriously low carbon footprint! As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown up to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. Interaction with GuestsIn order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating with each yurt, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). Our variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity which we run in the school holidays are a great way for young and old to get to know each other. The NeighborhoodSwallowtails ticks all the boxes for the perfect camping holiday. We are just a couple of miles from the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. We are situated on the outskirts of the charming and vibrant town of Holt. The town of Holt with its many gastro pubs and an array of galleries, antique shops, gift shops, clothes shops and the well known food hall, Bakers and Larners provides plenty to do on the days you are not on the beach. Things to do: - Byfords is part of the fabric of Holt and offers everything from tea and cake through to a three course meal all day and in the evening, freshly baked bread and a delicatessens. Open seven days a week, Byford’s is located in what is thought to be the oldest building in Holt and is definitely worth a visit. - 'The Watermark Wine Bar & Restaurant' is in the heart of Holt and has been recently refurbished and serves a varied and locally sourced food throughout the day, whilst also offering the chance to have a glass of wine and relax during the evening. - 'Cookie’s Crab Shop' in coastal village of Salthouse is more than its name suggests. This is a must for anyone wanting to experience the authentic taste and views of the North Norfolk coast in one go. The seafood platters are delicious and you can even watch the fishermen as they bring in the daily catch! - 'The Dun Cow', close to Cookie’s Crab Shop, is a stylish and characterful pub serving delicious and locally sourced food. - The King’s Head (Holt) is a fine local hostelry with a restaurant. The pub has two bars and the 'STEAK' restaurant serving, as you probably guessed, chargrilled steaks as a speciality. - The King’s Head (Letheringsett) is another stylish restaurant and has a lovely big garden where the kids can run around to their heart content. - The Owl Cafe which is only a few minutes walk from the campsite is a quaint little tea room serving homemade food throughout the day. - Another lovely cafe is the 'Black Apollo' with the best coffee in Holt! Things to do: - BeWILDerwood is a unique and wonderful day out with 'Boggles' and 'Twiggles' roaming around in the woods! There is a giant tree top playground with activities and events during the summer. - Pensthorpe Natural Park, home of BBC’s 'Springwatch' for a number of years, is an award-winning mix of meandering nature trails, beguiling woodland walks, and a showcase for British wildlife and nature conservation. it has a restaurant and shops too. - 'Dinosaur Adventure' has a life-size dinosaur trail, animal enclosures, deer park, animal petting area, adventure playground and massive indoor play barn with go-kart track. - 'Davenport's Magic Kingdom' an attraction dedicated to magic is a great rainy day alternative. - You can head to the UK’s largest indoor model experience at the newly opened Wroxham Miniature Worlds. - If you fancy an indoor swim, the Pinewood Leisure Centre is close by or alternatively, you can go to 'Splash' in Sheringham which a swimming pool which has a large slide and wave machine! - There are a number of delightful woodland walks close by including the National Trust properties of Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall (home of Ann Bolynn) or Holt Country Park which is within walking distance of the campsite just on the outskirts of Holt and is a 'Green Flag' award winner. - There are a wealth of beaches nearby as can be expected from North Norfolk. Sheringham beach is a very family friendly beach next to a quaint and traditional seaside town. West Runton (great for rockpooling), Cromer (great for crabbing off the pier) and Overstrand beaches are all closeby. Morston Quay offers seal rides (booking in advance is advised). Slightly further afield, the beaches of Holkham, Brancaster and Wells-next-the-Sea offer wide expansive beaches synonymous with North Norfolk and have been voted some of the best beaches in the world according to our national press. - Gressenhall Workhouse Museum is a truly unique museum. Visit its 50-acre site and discover the 'Museum of life on the land', traditional farm with rare breed animals, beautiful, unspoilt grounds and exciting adventure playground. - Wroxham Barns has a restaurant, arts and crafts supply store and open farm. Explore Norwich: - Norwich Castle Museum - Norwich Cathedral - Sainsbury Centre (World Class Art Gallery) - Strangers Hall - Elm Hill (medieval part of Norwich) - Norwich Market (one of the oldest markets in Europe) - Norwich Lanes (alternative/independent shops) - Cinema City (independent cinema) Getting AroundThe North Norfolk Railway Line (locally known as the Poppy Line) starts close by at Holt Train Station destined for the lovely seaside town of Sheringham. There are regular trains to Norwich and beyond from Sheringham. Alternatively, the Bure Valley Miniature Railway departs from town of Aylsham and takes you to Wroxham which is at the heart of the Norfolk Broads and can be a launch pad for a boating day on the Broads. - Enjoy the coast via the 'Coasthopper' bus service which offers a whole day ticket allowing you to jump on and off at any point along the coast. The closest bus stop is in Weybourne which is just up the road from the campsite. There are a good range of buses from Holt that can take you to the coast, Norwich and around the county. - The 'Norfolk Coast Cycleway' extends from King's Lynn in the west to Great Yarmouth in the east. The 'Holt Explorer Route' is close to Holt Hall and can be picked up at the end of Kelling Road which allows you to experience some of the wonderful cycling opportunities away from the busier main coastal roads. This cycle ride includes the Wildflower and Countryside Centre at 'Natural Surroundings' close to the River Glaven and the charming Glandford Shell Museum. If you would like us to organise cycle hire then please let us know in advance and we can arrange this for you through 'Huff and Puff' cycle hire. - 'Peddars Way' and Norfolk Coast Path are ancient roman roads. You can easily join these paths from Holt Hall with the coast only a couple of miles from the campsite. The majority of the path runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just on the doorstep of Holt, the path will take you to the internationally rare salt marshes of Cley with its array of waders, and beyond to Blakeney Point where you can get up close to the seal colonies. Alternatively you can head east and enjoy the sheer cliff tops paths of Sheringham and Cromer. Other Things to NoteWe also provide grass tent, campervan and caravan pitches for campers. No electric hook up on any of the pitches. No dogs allowed.
                              Home/Apartment
                              1br Home/Apartment
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                              The SpaceSwallowtails is set in the stunning grounds of Holt Hall in a idyllic glade surrounded by woodlands, but just a ten minute walk from the centre of the charming vibrant Georgian town of Holt. Our beautifully crafted yurts are situated in sunny end of the Swallowtails camping glade. Our stylish luxury yurts have extremely comfy king sized beds and a single daybed with pull out mattress trundle sleeping 4 people (6 people can comfortably fit in the space available if you bring your own additional camp beds). All yurts have wood burning stoves and are felt insulated to keep you super cosy in the night no matter what time of the year. Yurts are equipped with lighting, bedding, rugs, cooking equipment, 6 person wicker picnic hampers and lots of other little touches designed to make your stay as hassle free and comfortable as possible. All the yurts are made from breathable canvas which gives guests much better air quality compared to synthetic materials. At 18ft in diameter, you have a real sense of space inside the yurts with opening wooden windows and door windows to light the interior in the day. Our yurts are as stylish and comfortable as any boutique hotel or B&B room! You are provided with your own raised fire pit/BBQ grill as well as a large gas BBQ to cook up your camp food. In order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown ups to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. You'll return home from your stay with us enriched by your experiences and recharged. We would love to welcome you to 'Swallowtails'. Guest AccessAll guests have the run of the Holt Hall grounds including the woodlands and the lake area with pond dipping platform. The yurts have access to their own compost loos and the main toilets and showers. There is also a washing up hut and supplies shack for basic essentials for camping including additional firewood (one complimentary basket of wood is provided). Holt Hall produce their own charcoal for you to purchase for your BBQs. That's a seriously low carbon footprint! As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown up to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. Interaction with GuestsIn order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating with each yurt, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). Our variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity which we run in the school holidays are a great way for young and old to get to know each other. The NeighborhoodSwallowtails ticks all the boxes for the perfect camping holiday. We are just a couple of miles from the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. We are situated on the outskirts of the charming and vibrant town of Holt. The town of Holt with its many gastro pubs and an array of galleries, antique shops, gift shops, clothes shops and the well known food hall, Bakers and Larners provides plenty to do on the days you are not on the beach. Things to do: - Byfords is part of the fabric of Holt and offers everything from tea and cake through to a three course meal all day and in the evening, freshly baked bread and a delicatessens. Open seven days a week, Byford’s is located in what is thought to be the oldest building in Holt and is definitely worth a visit. - 'The Watermark Wine Bar & Restaurant' is in the heart of Holt and has been recently refurbished and serves a varied and locally sourced food throughout the day, whilst also offering the chance to have a glass of wine and relax during the evening. - 'Cookie’s Crab Shop' in coastal village of Salthouse is more than its name suggests. This is a must for anyone wanting to experience the authentic taste and views of the North Norfolk coast in one go. The seafood platters are delicious and you can even watch the fishermen as they bring in the daily catch! - 'The Dun Cow', close to Cookie’s Crab Shop, is a stylish and characterful pub serving delicious and locally sourced food. - The King’s Head (Holt) is a fine local hostelry with a restaurant. The pub has two bars and the 'STEAK' restaurant serving, as you probably guessed, chargrilled steaks as a speciality. - The King’s Head (Letheringsett) is another stylish restaurant and has a lovely big garden where the kids can run around to their heart content. - The Owl Cafe which is only a few minutes walk from the campsite is a quaint little tea room serving homemade food throughout the day. - Another lovely cafe is the 'Black Apollo' with the best coffee in Holt! Things to do: - BeWILDerwood is a unique and wonderful day out with 'Boggles' and 'Twiggles' roaming around in the woods! There is a giant tree top playground with activities and events during the summer. - Pensthorpe Natural Park, home of BBC’s 'Springwatch' for a number of years, is an award-winning mix of meandering nature trails, beguiling woodland walks, and a showcase for British wildlife and nature conservation. it has a restaurant and shops too. - 'Dinosaur Adventure' has a life-size dinosaur trail, animal enclosures, deer park, animal petting area, adventure playground and massive indoor play barn with go-kart track. - 'Davenport's Magic Kingdom' an attraction dedicated to magic is a great rainy day alternative. - You can head to the UK’s largest indoor model experience at the newly opened Wroxham Miniature Worlds. - If you fancy an indoor swim, the Pinewood Leisure Centre is close by or alternatively, you can go to 'Splash' in Sheringham which a swimming pool which has a large slide and wave machine! - There are a number of delightful woodland walks close by including the National Trust properties of Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall (home of Ann Bolynn) or Holt Country Park which is within walking distance of the campsite just on the outskirts of Holt and is a 'Green Flag' award winner. - There are a wealth of beaches nearby as can be expected from North Norfolk. Sheringham beach is a very family friendly beach next to a quaint and traditional seaside town. West Runton (great for rockpooling), Cromer (great for crabbing off the pier) and Overstrand beaches are all closeby. Morston Quay offers seal rides (booking in advance is advised). Slightly further afield, the beaches of Holkham, Brancaster and Wells-next-the-Sea offer wide expansive beaches synonymous with North Norfolk and have been voted some of the best beaches in the world according to our national press. - Gressenhall Workhouse Museum is a truly unique museum. Visit its 50-acre site and discover the 'Museum of life on the land', traditional farm with rare breed animals, beautiful, unspoilt grounds and exciting adventure playground. - Wroxham Barns has a restaurant, arts and crafts supply store and open farm. Explore Norwich: - Norwich Castle Museum - Norwich Cathedral - Sainsbury Centre (World Class Art Gallery) - Strangers Hall - Elm Hill (medieval part of Norwich) - Norwich Market (one of the oldest markets in Europe) - Norwich Lanes (alternative/independent shops) - Cinema City (independent cinema) Getting AroundThe North Norfolk Railway Line (locally known as the Poppy Line) starts close by at Holt Train Station destined for the lovely seaside town of Sheringham. There are regular trains to Norwich and beyond from Sheringham. Alternatively, the Bure Valley Miniature Railway departs from town of Aylsham and takes you to Wroxham which is at the heart of the Norfolk Broads and can be a launch pad for a boating day on the Broads. - Enjoy the coast via the 'Coasthopper' bus service which offers a whole day ticket allowing you to jump on and off at any point along the coast. The closest bus stop is in Weybourne which is just up the road from the campsite. There are a good range of buses from Holt that can take you to the coast, Norwich and around the county. - The 'Norfolk Coast Cycleway' extends from King's Lynn in the west to Great Yarmouth in the east. The 'Holt Explorer Route' is close to Holt Hall and can be picked up at the end of Kelling Road which allows you to experience some of the wonderful cycling opportunities away from the busier main coastal roads. This cycle ride includes the Wildflower and Countryside Centre at 'Natural Surroundings' close to the River Glaven and the charming Glandford Shell Museum. If you would like us to organise cycle hire then please let us know in advance and we can arrange this for you through 'Huff and Puff' cycle hire. - 'Peddars Way' and Norfolk Coast Path are ancient roman roads. You can easily join these paths from Holt Hall with the coast only a couple of miles from the campsite. The majority of the path runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just on the doorstep of Holt, the path will take you to the internationally rare salt marshes of Cley with its array of waders, and beyond to Blakeney Point where you can get up close to the seal colonies. Alternatively you can head east and enjoy the sheer cliff tops paths of Sheringham and Cromer. Other Things to NoteWe also provide grass tent, campervan and caravan pitches for campers. No electric hook up on any of the pitches. No dogs allowed.
                              Home/Apartment
                              2br Home/Apartment
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                              • Pets Allowed
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                              The SpaceTHE COTTAGE~ Built in 1850, Mallard cottage is a two bedroom, two bathroom cottage in the heart of the village of Cley-next-the-Sea which lies within the AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast. The master bedroom has a king sized bed, an ensuite shower room and loo and a really good view over the reed beds of Cley. The second bedroom is usually made up as a twin room although there is the option to have it made up as a double. It looks over a very pretty part of the village (photographed, as is the view from the master bedroom). The family bathroom is a good size, benefitting from a double ended claw foot bath, and is very nice and light. Downstairs is a fully kitted out open plan kitchen, dining and living area. There are characterful pictures and paintings all over the walls and some books and games to choose from. The house has been refurbished to a good standard and has high speed Fibre Optic WiFi and a full range of Sky channels including Sky Sports. It also benefits from double glazing and a very good, new boiler and heating system so you should be warm and cosy all year round. The cottage is the winner of a 4 star Best of Britain self-catering award. PARKING~ There is off street parking at the property which has it's own covered parking space clearly marked 'Mallard' (photographed for scale with the listing of the cottage). The turning into the arch way is very steep and the space is tight for larger vehicles so whilst Range Rover's have been known to park there (normal sized cars are fine) drivers of large vehicles who aren't comfortable 'manoeuvring' into the off street space can find plenty of parking near by. Old Post Office Lane gives pedestrian access to the Fairstead where there is free off street parking with no restrictions. There is also the Village Hall where there is a free and large off street car park with no restrictions. Guest AccessGuests will have sole access to the entire property including Mallard Cottage's own the off street parking space to the rear. The second bedroom has the option to be either a twin or double room. Please let me know when you book which configuration you would prefer. The cottage also benefits from high speed Fibre Optic WiFi as well as Sky and Sky Sports. Interaction with GuestsThe owner will always be available via phone or email to assist with any queries you may have during your stay. The cottage also benefits from High Speed Fibre Optic WiFi. The NeighborhoodCley-next-the-Sea is one of the prettiest villages on the North Norfolk coast. It is on the River Glaven 4 mi (6 km) north-west of Holt and east of Blakeney. It lies within the Norfolk Coast AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast between the villages of Wiveton and Salthouse. The marshes around Cley are internationally important for their populations of rare breeding and visiting birds. Cley Marshes bird reserve has been in the care of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust since 1926, making it the oldest county Wildlife Trust reserve in Britain. Among resident breeding birds are Avocet, Bearded Tit, Bittern, Marsh Harrier and Spoonbill. Winter visitors include Brent Geese, Wigeon, Pintail and many species of wading birds. Cley, like neighbouring Salthouse is ideally situated at the apex of the North Norfolk coast as a staging ground for passage migrants, vagrants and rareties of all kinds. An eco-friendly visitor centre opened in 2007 containing a café, shop, viewing areas (including viewing from a camera on the reserve), exhibition area, interpretation and toilets. The view from the visitor centre across the Marsh to the sea is breathtaking. Cley Marshes is the home of the Bird Information Service, publishers of Birding World. The shingle bank holds large numbers of Yellow Horned Poppy. The Grade I listed medieval church of St Margaret's, Cley is the largest church in the Blakeney area dating from (phone number hidden) Cley was once one of the busiest ports in England, where grain, malt, fish, spices, coal, cloth, barley and oats were exported or imported. The many Flemish gables in the town are a reminder of trade with the Low Countries. Some of the buildings that once lined the quay remain, notably the 18th-century Cley Windmill which was used as a backdrop of the 1949 film Conspirator with Elizabeth Taylor. Cley Mill has often been depicted by local artists and was the subject of a painting by the 20th century English landscape artist, Rowland Hilder. In the late 19th century Cley became a holiday resort. The poet Rupert Brooke was staying in Cley when news came that Britain had entered what was to become the First World War. Brooke had dreamt about the war and woke to find it a reality. He did not speak to his hosts all day until his host said, "But Rupert, you won't have to fight?" to which Brooke replied, "We shall all have to fight". Getting AroundCley-next-the-Sea is on the River Glaven 4 mi (6 km) north-west of Holt and 2 miles east of Blakeney. It lies within the Norfolk Coast AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast. The pretty coast road runs through the centre of the centre of the village and there is a coast hopper bus which runs from the bus stop a two minute walk from Mallard Cottage. The next door villages to either side are Wiveton and Salthouse which are both a short walk away, as is Cley beach. The now famous Wiveton Café which is always worth a visit during their season is about a 10 minute walk away although Cley is a nicer village to stay in with more going on. The Artemis café is just behind the cottage and a fantastic walk along the coastal path starts at their gate so Artemis is always a good start to a walk and to plan a journey. It's dog friendly too! Another great thing about the cottage is that it has an off street covered parking space which is handy all year round but especially during the buzzing summer season. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is dog friendly. More than one dog is absolutely fine as long as they are well behaved and stay downstairs off the furniture please. The Cottage benefits from high speed Fibre Optic WiFi, a full range of Sky channels including Sky Sports, a CD and DVD player.
                              Hotel
                              3-star Hotel
                              Situated in Holt, this apartment is within 12 mi (20 km) of Wells-next-the-Sea Beach, Holkham Hall, and Sheringham Park. Sheringham Beach and Felbrigg Hall are also within 16 mi (25 km).
                              cottage
                              1br cottage
                                Double bedroom. Shower room. Studio style living space with well equipped kitchen, dishwasher, oven, microwave and fridge. Sofa bed for occasional sleeping use. 32 inch TV and DVD player. Underfloor heating. Towels, bed linen and tea towels, but please bring beach towels. Hair dryer. Use of washing machine and freezer. Welcome pack. Wi- Fi internet access and games. Garden area with table and chairs. Parking for one car. Use of cycles by arrangement strictly at own risk. Dogs are allowed if kept off the furniture, but are subject to a separate fee of ÂŁ20 to be paid on arrival. Double bedroom. Shower room. Studio style living space with well equipped kitchen, dishwasher, oven, microwave and fridge. Sofa bed for occasional sleeping use. 32 inch TV and DVD player.