Cottage near Blakeney, Holt

Norfolk. Sleeps up to 6

A wonderful coastal village Blakeney occupies a quiet spot on the North Norfolk coast with its quay situated on the tidal reaches of the River Glaven. Hop on board one of the leisure craft and take a boat trip to see the seals at the neighbouring nature reserve at Blakeney Point or simply enjoy leisurely walks along the river to the sea. Alternatively visitors may like to try their hand at crabbing a perpetually popular activity with guests of all ages and rather a relaxing way to spend an afternoon by the water. There is a choice of places to eat in the village including a coffee shop two pubs and a fantastic delicatessen offering freshly baked treats: perfect for a seaside picnic. Step inside this Grade II listed cottage to discover an attractive retreat with beamed ceilings and well-chosen stylish furnishings. The lounge at the front of the house has a large bay window with a window seat which affords uninterrupted views of the quay as well as a TV with Blu-ray player for relaxed evening entertainment. Next to the lounge the kitchen/diner has been simply but tastefully furnished in a country style and comes equipped with a Range cooker hob microwave fridge/freezer dishwasher and washing machine as well as offering a dining table seating eight. Wooden stairs lead from the kitchen to the first floor where there are three bedrooms. Two of these are pretty double rooms one of which has an en-suite with WC and basin whilst the other is a single room for which there is also an additional pull-out single bed allowing the property to sleep six guests. The bathroom also located on the first floor has a shower-over-bath and WC. Outside the cottage benefits from a sunny courtyard garden with a table and chairs affording guests a lovely spot to enjoy al fresco dining with family and friends. There is unallocated parking situated near to the property.

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