House near Holt, Holt

Norfolk. Sleeps up to 6

The thriving Georgian market town of Holt is a fantastic base for exploring this beautiful area situated just a few miles from the Norfolk coastline and within easy reach of glorious countryside. Holt offers a great array of restaurants shops historic buildings art galleries and pubs. Holt Country Park is a mile away and offers 100 acres of woodland for families and their dogs to enjoy. You can also take a trip on the North Norfolk Railway visit the watermill at Letheringsett or explore the ruins of Baconsthorpe Castle (both within 2 miles). You could head to coastal resorts including Wells-next-the-Sea and Brancaster. Other attractions within 15 miles include the Holkham Estate Pensthorpe Natural Park and Blakeney National Nature Reserve. On entering this lovely inviting and attractive holiday home you will find yourself in the light and spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. With plenty of comfortable seating and a bright and open dining area this is an ideal space to relax in at the end of a fantastic day. The stylishly designed kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave fridge/freezer washing machine dishwasher slow cooker and coffee machine as well as a breakfast bar. Large bi-fold doors lead out onto a lovely terrace. There is an additional separate lounge with comfortable seating TV and DVD. Heading upstairs you will find three comfortable and beautifully furnished bedrooms: one twin room and two king-size rooms one with an en-suite shower room. There is also an elegant bathroom. Stepping outside you will find a wonderfully peaceful and fenced private garden which consists of a gently sloping lawn area and a furnished sandstone patio allowing you to unwind and dine alfresco. Ample parking is available.

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