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Unterkünfte in Cley next the Sea

Unterkünfte in Cley next the Sea
Private entrance into the Atrium to a small double bedroom en-suite shower room with TV and free Wi-Fi overlooking the garden, in a quite road, 5 minutes from Holt. Plenty of space for walking boots and outdoor wear. Parking on small driveway in front of garage. Price included set continental breakfast, Tassimo coffee machine. Gluten and Dairy free friendly
Detached flint Cottage with private atrium room in the rural village of Thornage just 4 miles from the beautiful Georgian town of Holt. The room is light, bright and comfortable overlooking the garden. Vi- Sprung bed with crisp white linen with super soft towels to return to after a day exploring. Freeview TV and free wi fi. Tassimo tea and coffee machine. Lots of literature on local area. Plenty space for walking boots and outdoor wear. Garden with patio, table and bench for guest use, parking on drive way.
Thornage is a peaceful traditional Norfolk village with beautiful scenery, also has many public foot paths to get off the beaten track. There are 2 pubs within a few minutes drive or brisk walking distance, serving locally sourced food with traditional local ales. We are a short drive to the stunning North Norfolk coast, Blakeney, Cley, Morston and Holkham plus the many wonderful stately homes, Holkham, Sandringham, and National Trust properties, Blickling, Felbrigg, and Sheringham Park. There are 3 golf courses nearby, Sheringham, Cromer and Brancaster. The salt marshes are a hive of activity for bird watchers. Beaches and cliff top walks all on the doorstep. Step back in time on the Poppy Line, take a steam train from Holt to Sheringham taking in the beautiful vista's along the way. Leave the car and catch the bus into the historical city of Norwich. We are always available to recommend places to visit, eat and drink. Pensthorpe Nature reserve, fantastic walks a amazing amount of wild life plus a fantastic cafe/restaurant, just 10 minutes drive. Perfect place to stay for the Thursford Collection The Auden theatre is 5 min drive and show a variety of performances, including popular musicals also the classics.
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Thornage, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

Flint built Shed, walking distance from a pub serving breakfast There is an en-suite wet room with shower, WC and basin. The Shed is tiny; hair dryer, radio, double bed, peg hooks, soap, kettle, fridge & freezer compartment, microwave, UHT milk, tea, coffee, nibbles. Towels, Egyptian cotton linen is provided. Underfloor heating, tiled floor Terrace and seating for warmer weather. A key safe offers unrestricted access and departure times. There is WiFi but no TV. Plenty of parking on the road
There is very limited space but the French doors look out over the garden letting light into the room which has a vaulted ceiling. The glass door to the wet room is obscured for privacy but please be aware that the wet room leads directly off the bedroom so best shared with a very good friend! You will hear what is going on in the wet room, please be warned rather than be embarrassed. There is a velux window with no blind so please bring an eye sleep mask if you are sensitive to light, or be prepared to sleep under the covers! Bath towels are provided but due to limited space, no hand towels Guests can make hot drinks, I leave tea, coffee, hot chocolate, sugar and biscuits and there is a very small fridge for keeping drinks and food cool. There is also a microwave for heating up meals. There is an iron, board and a drying rack too. Fresh milk is not provided The flooring throughout is tiled and there is only a single shallow step on the garden path leading to The Shed. I do not allow pets
The BlueBell pub in Langham is now open, only 5 doors away and offers gastro pub food. The Shed in my garden is only 2 miles from Blakeney with pubs and shops and 2 miles from Morston where there is a lovely pub and trips to sea the seals. Holkham is 20 minutes, regularly voted one of the top 5 beaches in the world! Wells-Next-The-Sea has plenty of shops, award winning pubs and cafes plus the wonderful golden sands of the beach. The Georgian town of Holt is a 10 minute drive and has plenty of shops, galleries and cafes. Burnham Market is 20 minutes away with The Hoste Arms among other eateries and an array of shops. Guests like the Egyptian cotton linen, feather bedding and hot shower in The Shed in my garden. Others have commented about the peace and tranquility and the view of my garden from the cosy warm interior of The Shed. Guests always appreciate the nibbles and facilities for making a drink and it's always easy to park right outside my house. 2020 will see the opening of The Harper, converted from the Langham glass factory offering The Stove restaurant, single use plastic will be a no-no with the additional aim of minimising their carbon footprint as much as possible. All within a 5 minute walk of The Shed.
  • Wir haben unseren Aufenthalt in The Shed wirklich genossen. Es ist genau wie beschrieben - klein und gemütlich und sehr gut ausgestattet. Die Lage ist großartig, so nahe an einem tollen Pub und nicht weit von der Küste entfernt. Vielen Dank, Alison.

    Anna2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Dies ist eine so gemütliche, perfekte kleine Unterkunft. Alison hat an alles gedacht, damit sich ihre Gäste wohl fühlen und umsorgt werden. Das Bett ist so weich und bequem und es ist toll, einen Wasserkocher und eine Mikrowelle zur Hand zu haben. So eine tolle Lage mit einem schönen Pub gleich die Straße runter. Kann es jedem empfehlen, der ein paar gemütliche Nächte an einem wunderschönen, ruhigen Ort verbringen möchte.

    Ruth2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Ich bin spät angekommen, dank perfekter Anweisungen sehr leicht zu finden. Herrlicher Garten, kompakter und sehr komfortabler Raum und Duschraum waren ideal. Nicht so eng, wie es scheinen mag, viele schöne Funktionen.

    Craig2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Schöne, gut ausgestattete Nebengebäude / Schuppen im malerischen Dorf Langham. Sehr nah an der Nord-Norfolk-Küste. Tolles Pub ein paar Türen die Straße runter. Ich würde wieder dort übernachten.

    Geoff2018-01-23T00:00:00Z
  • Schöner, kleiner Platz abseits der ausgetretenen Pfade. Schön und warm, sehr entspannend und viele nette kleine Details. Tee, Kaffee, heiße Schokolade und Kekse, um nur einige zu nennen. Es war genau das, was wir wollten und hatten einen schönen Aufenthalt. Wir hatten einige Probleme beim Zugriff auf den Schlüsselsafe, aber Alison war sehr leicht erreichbar und Problem schnell gelöst, also vielen Dank.

    Leanne2018-01-14T00:00:00Z
  • Wir haben unseren Aufenthalt im Schuppen wirklich genossen. Es ist wirklich nah an vielen schönen Stränden von North Norfolk und schönen Pubs. Ich würde es auf jeden Fall für eine kurze Pause empfehlen!

    Sophie2018-01-07T00:00:00Z
  • Alisons kleiner "Schuppen" ist sehr charmant und gemütlich. Wir haben unser NYE hier verbracht und hatten eine schöne Zeit. Alison war sehr hilfsbereit beim Empfehlen von Restaurants und wir haben die Bluebell and Anchor ausprobiert und beide waren großartig. Danke, dass du uns in deinem schönen Ort bleiben lässt!

    Kirstie2018-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Alison's Schuppen war perfekt für unsere Reise nach Norfolk. Gemütlich und warm trotz des Schnees draußen und ein wirklich bequemes Bett!

    Rhuti2017-12-14T00:00:00Z
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    Langham, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    The Shed: A beautifully restored, detached annexe of a large family house, comfortably sleeps 4 with secret cubby hole for a 5th person. Perfect for couples, friends, a family and foodies with Michelin* Morston Hall next door. Morston is a pretty coastal village in fashionable north Norfolk. The Anchor pub serves excellent food. Beautifully decorated south facing rooms and suntrap terrace. An idyllic rural location with off street parking, just minutes from beaches, culture, pubs and shops.
    Master bedroom - south facing and spacious, kingsize bed, reading lamps and mini library, luggage bench, wall hooks and underbed storage. Bedroom 2 - comfortable built-in adult bunk beds with reading lights. An additional cubby hole sleeps the 5th person (always popular with children!). This is accessed from the top bunk - please note limited headroom here. The sofabed in sitting room offers additional flexibility. Please note the bunk room does not have a door to the corridor. A corridor links the bathroom and each bedroom to the sitting room/kitchen. The sitting room with kitchenette has a hob, microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine with some tea and coffee provided, and table & chairs. Cooking facilities are basic but adequate for simple quick meals. There is comfortable seating with board games, freeview TV / DVD player, DVDs & books for you to enjoy during your stay. French doors lead out onto a sheltered sunny terrace with your own BBQ looking out over a pretty kitchen garden. Please note The Shed's terrace adjoins our family terrace which on the whole will not be in use while you are staying although we and our dogs do pass through regularly - see photos.
    Morston is a pretty village on the north Norfolk coast with heaps to do. Daily seal trips leave from Morston Quay for Blakeney Point, a sailing/power boating school, the Anchor Inn village pub is fantastic(!), as is the michelin starred Morston Hall restaurant - booking is advisable for both in high season. The AONB and Norfolk coastal path is just minutes away for fabulous walks, the sea, sailing, birdwatching, fresh sea air and the beautiful salt marshes. Surrounding Area - Wiveton Cafe and PYO fruit farm (famous for the Normal for Norfolk TV documentary) and Blakeney village for mud-sliding and crabbing are both within easy reach by foot or bike. The sandy beaches of Wells and Holkham 5-10 mins drive. Historic houses of Holkham Hall and deer park (10 mins), Houghton Hall (wonderful outdoor sculpture in the park and walled gardens 30 mins), Binham Priory (5 mins, take a picnic, the ruins are great for hide and seek, visit to the Raw Milk shop which sells coffee, local cheese and ice cream is recommended) are all nearby. There are many other National Trust properties and other attractions to visit too. Just 10 minutes away is the Warham Iron Age fort - a must for a picnic on a sunny day. There are also plenty of historic churches to visit - Binham Priory, Cley, Salthouse, Wiveton to name but a few. A paddle in Glandford ford and visit to the tiny Shell Museum, a hidden gem (check opening times as not open every day). Walking - best walks are on the beaches of Holkham, Wells, the Wells pinewoods (great for a sheltered walk on a cold windy day), the Norfolk coastal path and Peddars Way - all within easy reach. A walk from Morston to Stiffkey (1-1.5 hour) along the coastal path followed by a pub lunch is ideal. There are golf courses, farm shops and farmers markets...the list is endless. The market towns of Holt (10 mins) and Burnham Market (20mins) and the village of Cley (5 mins) are great for shopping, cafes, fish shops, a bookshop and delis. The Spar shop in Blakeney the next village is great for essential supplies and is open until 10pm most if not every day. This really is the perfect base for enjoying and exploring the beautiful north Norfolk Coast.
  • Ein wirklich schönes Ferienhaus in toller Lage. Suzy war ein perfekter Gastgeber und die Hunde sind bezaubernd. Die Begegnung mit den Hunden und dem geheimen, versteckten Raum über den Etagenbetten war ein Höhepunkt für meine zwei Mädchen. Sehr empfehlenswert.

    Neil2018-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • Alles, was Sie für einen erholsamen Urlaub wünschen

    Wendy2018-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • Ruhig, friedlich, irgendwo, wo du dich vom Rest der Welt verstecken kannst.

    Dawn2018-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • Sehr komfortables und sonniges kleines Pad. Wir hatten eine entspannende Zeit mit unserem 4 Monate alten Baby. Die schöne Küste zu Fuß erreichbar und das Haus fühlte sich sauber und geräumig.

    Jacqui2018-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • Wir hatten einen tollen Aufenthalt in diesem Hotel, das alles hat, was man für eine Reise braucht. Die Norfolk Küste ist direkt vor der Haustür.

    Derrick2018-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastische erholsame Tage im Posh Shed - alles war einfach perfekt, Susy war unglaublich hilfsbereit. Der Schuppen ist sehr hochwertig und sehr sauber. In der Umgebung gibt es viel zu tun - probieren Sie unbedingt das Anchor Inn (nur 2 Minuten zu Fuß entfernt) für ein super Abendessen! Danke - wir kommen wieder!

    Emily2018-09-25T00:00:00Z
  • Ein perfekter Ort für ein bisschen Paddeln, Wandern und Geburtstagsfeiern. Das Haus war perfekt - Danke!

    Guy2018-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Toller Ort, würde jedem empfehlen. Die Möglichkeit, zum Küstenpfad und zum ausgezeichneten Anchor Pub zu laufen, ist ein zusätzliches Vergnügen. Danke Susannah!

    Andrew2018-09-07T00:00:00Z
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    Morston, Norfolk, Vereinigtes Königreich

    🌈 Recently featured in an article in Norfolk Magazine as one of Norfolk's top 8 Airbnb's with the following review; “If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air you’ll love this old two-bedroomed fisherman’s cottage found just a short walk away from the shingle beach in Cley near Blakeney. The interior is whimsically decorated with lots of fun, local art on the walls. Guests talk of beautiful views across the marshland and the local deli as added perks". Also with high speed fibre optic WiFi!! ❤️
    THE COTTAGE~ ⭐️Built in 1850, Mallard cottage is a two bedroom, two bathroom cottage with covered off-street parking in the heart of the village of Cley-next-the-Sea. Cley 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 twin bedroom is a good size and a lovely room which looks over a very pretty part of the village (photographed, as is the view from the master bedroom).😍 🧚‍♂️The family bathroom is very nice and light and is also a good size, benefitting from a double ended claw foot bath. 🍎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.
    Cley-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 (3 miles) and east of Blakeney (2 miles). It lies within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast between the villages of Wiveton and Salthouse. A few suggestions of things to do in and around Cley... The Wiveton Café is a must and is now open in winter as well having previously been solely open in spring and summer. It’s about a 15 minute walk or 3 minute drive from the cottage. Do check out their website. Artemis Cafe in Cley is always a good place from which to start a walk. turn right and right out of the cottage, it's about a 20 second walk away. They serve delicious coffee, cake, sausage rolls and salmon bagels directly behind Mallard Cottage and the famous coastal walk along the wall starts from their garden. The George in Cley does really good food, has really friendly staff and is about a two minute walk from the cottage. Picnic Fayre in Cley, less than a minute's walk from Mallard, is a fantastic deli with masses of locally sourced treats and depending on the season they serve really good homemade ice cream from a little hatch in the wall. Blakeney is about an 8 minute drive away or a beautiful hour and a bit long walk along the river wall. I never feel as if I've really had my 'Cley time' until I've done that walk. You don't need to go all the way if you're not big walkers but the look of the landscape and sky change almost hourly and and we never get bored of it. Cley beach is accessible by car (2 mins) or on foot (8-10 mins) if you turn left out of the cottage and through the village, past the windmill and you'll see signs for where to follow the path to Cley beach (also photographed with the images of the cottage). The Blakeney Hotel is probably the most 'get dressed up' place locally, although I have to admit we've never been as we never bring anything approaching the right wardrobe with us... It does look lovely and it has a good reputation and apparently stunning views. The White Horse also has a good reputation and is popular, with good food. I actually prefer the Anchor at Morston next to Blakeney. Blakeney is lovely and definitely worth a visit but it can be seriously packed with day-trippers in high season so at the risk of sounding like a snob, it's better to be a bit outside it and Cley is a much nicer place to stay... Morston and Blakeney also offer Seal trips which are really fun to do depending on the season so it's worth looking on local websites. 'Beans' seal trips is one of the companies. The Cley Smokehouse directly opposite the cottage serves amazing sea food. People travel from miles around to stock up on their crab and their fish soup so we are very lucky (it's pictured in the view from the twin room in the pics of the cottage). There are galleries and a lovely pottery and book shop in Cley, plenty of shops and galleries in Blakeney and some of the best birdwatching in Britain at Cley Spy and in Salthouse which is the next village in the other direction from Wiveton and Blakeney (turn left for Salthouse, in the same direction as you walk for the beach). There's also a great pub in Salthouse called the Dunn Cow with fantastic views across the marshes from the large garden and good food. For Bird Watchers the cutting-edge, sustainable visitor centre at Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley Marshes Nature Reserve is a must. It has it's own café and some of the best bird watching in the country. The Coast hopper bus has bus stops in both directions from outside Picnic Fayre (about a one minute walk from the Cottage). It runs a good and regular service although personally I prefer to walk as much as possible and everything I have mentioned is walking distance, obviously depending on what you consider walking distance to be/if you have toddlers etc. 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". We hope you will go ahead and book! I’m sure you’ll love Cley as we do! Melissa (✿◠‿◠)
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    Cley next the Sea, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Lovely little cottage for two in Blakeney near quay. Perfectly situated in centre of traditional village and near to great restaurants. The cottage has kitchen, sitting room, double bedroom with ensuite. Also private outside area
    Good position near to Blakeney Point seal sanctuary. Wonderful walks. Great pubs and restaurants
    Blakeney 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. Lovely traditional seaside village with a traditional quay with boats coming and going, lovely walks along the salt marshes and coast, mini beach, great paddling, mini canoe hire for children. Crab fishing off the quay. The best beach is Holkham beach, very sandy and lots of space, sand dunes etc. This is to the left along the coastal road. Wells has a good beach as well and the village is nice for looking around. Going right along the Coast road are shingle beaches. Sheringham and Cromer. There is a pier at Cromer. Best shops are in Holt. Lovely old market town. There is a small supermarket in Blakeney within walking distance. Go down to the quay and turn left. Also a small variety of interesting shops. Places to eat within easy walking distance are two pubs child friendly, the Kings Arms and The White Horse. The Moorings for slightly more expensive meal, but they also do lunch and coffee. Two hotels that do food The Blakeney Hotel and The Manor, a lovely little cafe at the Methodist Church in the High St. for lunch and coffee, good value and children’s toys. Stately Homes to visit, Holkham Hall, Blickling and Sandringham. For a real treat Morton Hall, run by TV chef Galton Blackiston. In the summer you will find a caravan on the quay selling lovely crab sandwiches and also an ice cream shop near the quay. The harbour rooms usually have local bands at weekends. The village hall has antique fairs and there are often sales of crafts near the quay. The seal trip is a must. You can buy tickets at the bottom of the road.
  • Schönes kleines Budget-Ferienhaus in perfekter Lage! Ganz in der Nähe von 2 schönen, hundefreundlichen Pubs und dem Norfolk Coastal Walk. Leckeres Feinkostgeschäft nebenan, perfekt für Frühstücksartikel

    Emma2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Wir hatten einen schönen Aufenthalt bei Veronica, die Lage ist perfekt für die Erkundung der wunderschönen Blakeney. Wir buchten in letzter Minute und Veronica war sehr kommunikativ und hilfsbereit. Die Unterkunft war ideal für einen Wochenendtrip, da sie sich direkt hinter dem Feinkostladen befand, um die Frühstücksvorräte abzuholen, und nur einen kurzen Spaziergang vom örtlichen Pub entfernt war. Kann es sehr empfehlen.

    D J2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Dies war ein gemütliches Fischerhaus, das liebevoll restauriert und geschmackvoll eingerichtet worden war. Es war praktisch, in Blakeney zu bummeln und hatte ein sehr interessantes Delikatessengeschäft direkt vor der Tür, das eine gute Mischung aus Luxusprodukten wie Schokoladencroissants und vielen lokalen Produkten von Norfolk bot. Es gab eine große Auswahl an Wein, Bier und Cordon Bleu-Mikrowellengerichten aus der Region, die definitiv nicht zu Ihrer Auswahl im Supermarkt gehörten. Das Parken vor Ort war praktisch und billig. Die Zimmer waren etwas eng für einen 6 Fuß 2 Mann, aber gut angelegt, um die Nutzung zu maximieren. Die Küche hatte so ziemlich alles, was man braucht und es war eine lustige Erfahrung, in der Hütte zu bleiben. Es erinnerte mich an viele Ferien, die ich als Kind vor Ort verbracht hatte. Vielen Dank, Veronica. Es ist immer wieder beeindruckend zu sehen, an wie viele praktische und geschmackvolle Details gedacht wurde.

    Geoffrey2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • Das Ferienhaus hat die perfekte Lage in Blakeney - direkt an der Hauptstraße. Es war leicht zu finden und Veronica war äußerst hilfsbereit und schnell in der Kommunikation. Ein- und Auschecken waren beide sehr unkompliziert !! Das Haus ist sehr klein - vielleicht kleiner als man auf den Fotos erkennen könnte. Es ist vielleicht die Größe eines Wohnwagens in Bezug auf Platz. Meine Frau und ich waren dort und es war absolut in Ordnung für uns - sie ist 5'6 '' und ich bin 5'8 ''. Das Bett war eher klein, obwohl es ein Doppelbett ist - aber es war in Ordnung für uns. Wenn du größer bist als ich, müsstest du dich wirklich bücken, um durch die Türen zu kommen, da sie sehr klein sind - es ist ein sehr altes, süßes kleines Häuschen (oder Teil eines Häuschens). Das Wohnzimmer ist komfortabel und verfügt über einen Fernseher und eine Heizung - ein kleines Sofa anstelle der beiden Stühle wäre schön, obwohl es für uns absolut in Ordnung war. Die Küche hat alles, was Sie brauchen, aber auch hier müssen Sie darauf vorbereitet sein, dass sie sehr klein ist. Wenn Sie groß oder groß sind, können Sie dort möglicherweise nicht wirklich "kochen". Für uns war es jedoch in Ordnung und wir haben es geschafft, zwei einfache Mahlzeiten zuzubereiten, da wir das Cottage nur als Basis nutzten und die meiste Zeit unterwegs waren. Das Badezimmer ist ebenfalls klein, hat aber alles, was Sie brauchen, einschließlich einer großen Dusche, die wirklich großartig ist. Shampoo und Handtücher wurden für uns weggelassen, was wir sehr schätzten. Das Haus ist im Grunde eine fantastische Basis, wenn Sie alleine sind (oder für ein kleines Paar, wie wir !!) und vielleicht ein bisschen Budget haben möchten, aber Ihren eigenen Raum haben möchten. Es hat eine fantastische Lage - so einfach, mit dem Bus oder dem Auto in alle schönen Dörfer und Städte an der Küste zu gelangen. Schöne Strände sind ebenfalls in der Nähe und es gibt viele Orte zum Essen und Trinken. Ich empfehle Blakeney Krabbenschuppen, wenn Sie ein paar lokale Meeresfrüchte kaufen möchten! Vielen Dank - wir hatten ein paar wirklich schöne Tage.

    Lizzy2019-09-04T00:00:00Z
  • Cobble Cottage ist ein gepflegtes, gemütliches Ferienhaus für ein oder zwei Personen. Es hat alles was Sie brauchen auf kleinstem Raum. Sicherer als ein Boot, trockener und wärmer als ein Zelt, aber nicht viel größer. Heißes Wasser, WLAN, Heizung, ein tolles, bequemes Bett und eine Dusche, Fernseher und Herd - zwei Ringe reichen aus, um die lokalen Produkte zu genießen und das in einer fantastischen Lage. Wenn Sie einen Ort suchen, an dem Sie sich niederlassen können, während Sie an den fantastischen Stränden spazieren, Boot fahren und die schöne Gegend der Nordküste von Norfolk erkunden, können Sie keinen besseren Wert finden. Es ist sehr gemütlich und warm, was auch abends perfekt ist, wenn es recht kalt werden kann. Tipp: Wenn Sie ein Mitglied des National Trust sind, können Sie auf dem Parkplatz am Blakeney Quay kostenlos parken, und die am Van auf dem Parkplatz verkaufte Krabbe ist unübertroffen preislich auch.

    Sophie2019-06-06T00:00:00Z
  • Sehr gemütliches Ferienhaus! Perfekt für einen romantischen Wochenendausflug ..... absolut begeistert!

    Francesca2019-05-19T00:00:00Z
  • Großartig. Sie können Croissants aus dem Feinkostgeschäft vorbestellen und sie erhalten, solange sie warm sind.

    Ailsa2019-05-07T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, Norfolk, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Charming bedroom with king sized bed and ensuite bathroom situated in comfortable home. Cley is a bird watcher's paradise as it is on a number of migratory routes. There are daily trips to see the seals from Morston. The area is fantastic for walking. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, this accommodation is now self-contained with full and sole use of the attached kitchen, which has its own private entrance door. The hand-over will be contactless.
    Quiet and pleasant location within the heart of the village - all amenities are within a five minute walk and the beach is a 20 minute walk away. The bedroom has a super kingsize bed, which converts to 2 singles if required (please give me 24 hours notice). The en-suite bathroom has underfloor heating, heated towel rail and a full sized bath with rain drencher and handheld shower. Tea and coffee available, continental breakfast provided if requested.
    I live in an area of outstanding natural beauty with wonderful walks in all directions, yet in the centre of a village with a fantastic delicatessen, smoked fish shop, pottery, gallery and bookshop. Several cafe/bistro/restaurants within a five minute walk.
  • Clares Haus liegt versteckt in den schönen Gassen von Cley. Es ist eine großartige Unterkunft von außergewöhnlichem Wert. Die Hauptstraße, die durch Cley führt, ist zu Fuß erreichbar (ca. 2 Minuten). Ich empfehle die Cley Windmill zum Abendessen (zum Zeitpunkt des Schreibens von £ 32,50 pro Person für ein Drei-Gänge-Menü), da ihr neuer Koch (zuvor in Wells) ausgezeichnet ist. Es ist 5 Minuten zu Fuß. Ich empfehle auch einen Spaziergang nach Blakeney (und darüber hinaus) entlang des Küstenpfads. Sie können so weit gehen, wie Sie möchten, und dann den Bus zurück nach Cley nehmen (der Bus akzeptiert kontaktlose Debitkarten).

    Robert2019-03-24T00:00:00Z
  • Clare machte meinen Aufenthalt sehr gastfreundlich und herzlich. War gut, so viel über die Gegend zu lernen. Eine schöne Unterkunft und ruhige Lage in Cley.

    Rosy2019-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Clare ist eine ausgezeichnete Gastgeberin und ein unterhaltsames Unternehmen, und wir fühlten uns in ihrem Haus sehr willkommen. Das Schlafzimmer und das Badezimmer waren sauber und komfortabel und Cley ist ein großartiger Ort für Spaziergänge an der Küste und zum Erkunden ein wenig weiter. Sehr empfehlenswert und wir hoffen, in Zukunft wieder hier zu übernachten.

    Andrew2019-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Wir haben unseren Aufenthalt bei Clare sehr genossen. Ihr Haus ist wunderschön und bietet eine fantastische Lage für herrliche Landschaft. Clare war sehr freundlich und zuvorkommend von der Buchung. Das Frühstück mit verschiedenen hausgemachten Stücken war ein Highlight. Danke Clare!

    Sam2019-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • Das ist ein ruhiges, gut ausgestattetes und geschmackvoll eingerichtetes Zimmer (im Landhausstil). Bequeme Betten, stilvolles Hotelstandard-Bad und leckeres Frühstück. Clare ist ein großzügiger und informativer Gastgeber. Einige tolle Wanderungen von Cley, können das Rundschreiben nach Salthouse empfehlen.

    Stuart2019-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • freundlicher Gastgeber, der mehr als glücklich ist, die Extrameile bei Bedarf zu gehen

    Caryl2019-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Schöne, authentische Boutique-Unterkunft in Norfolk mit einem fantastischen Gastgeber. Ausgezeichnetes privates Badezimmer, großes und sehr bequemes Bett. Sehr empfehlenswert!

    Giedre2018-12-24T00:00:00Z
  • Clares Zuhause ist einladend in ruhiger Lage. Kurzer Spaziergang zu den Dorfeinrichtungen. Nahe an schönen Orten zum Essen und Erkunden.

    Caroline2018-12-09T00:00:00Z
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    Cley next the Sea, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Ideally located in a desirable private road in the charming coastal village of Cley-next-the-Sea - a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Stylish first class accommodation, perfect for two. Pretty views, off road parking and private garden. Open fire & Wood- burning stove. Walk to the beach or take a pleasant stroll to the nearby Wiveton Hall and Farm as seen in the BBC's "Normal for Norfolk"
    Two bedroom period property in the much sort-after terrace of Beau Rivage in Cley. Situated near the landmark Windmill and the salt marshes, the coastal path to the beach is just a stone's throw away...if we are booked for your preferred dates try my other beautiful place "The Gatehouse" a couple of miles away in lovely Langham village The stylish, cosy living room has two sofas and period open fireplace Electric wall radiators supply heating in all rooms Cupboard for hanging coats Side tables and cosy TV blankets in the small wicker chest of drawers SMART TV with usual Apps including Netflix Bluray Player Bluetooth compact music system The well-equipped kitchen diner has a tiled floor and lovely wood-burning stove Slimline Dishwasher Good sized Fridge Freezer Electric oven and ceramic hob Toaster, Kettle , Radio Round table with uphostered chairs and cushions Washer Dryer in small adjoining utility room with access down steps to private garden with table and chairs and bench with coffee table - rear access to Cley Windmill and Coastal Path We supply a starter pack of logs and kindling for the fire and wood-burner between October and March Full internet access Both bedrooms have lovely views. The main front bedroom looks over the reed-beds and has a double bed with memory foam mattress, full size wardrobe, bedside tables and small chest of drawers (hairdryer stored here) Back bedroom looks over the windmill on to the coast. Open hanging space for clothes, chest of drawers, dressing table and upholstered chair We provide good quality John Lewis bed linen. PLEASE NOTE - the back bedroom has a small 4ft double which we say is a very comfortable single allowing for sleeping arrangements of a maximum of three guests In winter, both beds are made up with Dreamland Intelliheat electric under-blankets for cosy nights Newly fitted bathroom with electric shower over bath Private allocate parking space for one standard size car (4x4 or similar will struggle) directly in front of the property with plenty of extra free parking to the rear of the cottage which can be arrived at via a small path at the back of the garden Children most welcome - we will accommodate four guest if one is under two years However, please kindly note that the cottage is not equipped for young ones with neither stair gates, highchair or cot so parents, please be prepared to bring what you need with you. Thank You
  • Sehr schöne, gemütlich und geschmackvoll eingerichtete Wohnung. Hervorragende Ausstattung, makellose Sauberkeit. Hier fühlt man sich wohl und genießt die Lage direkt am Marschland der Norfolk Küste. Wir kommen gerne wieder!

    Michael2018-04-16T00:00:00Z
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    Cley next the sea, Vereinigtes Königreich

    A bright and newly refurbished apartment, sleeping 5/6 right in the centre of Blakeney close to quay and near lovely restaurants and shops. Blakeney is a historic coastal village with seals just off Blakeney point. A unique part of old England.
    Really unusual, spacious and comfortable apartment which has small outside seating veranda
    Blakeney is part of England that has retained its individuality and charm Lovely traditional seaside village with a traditional quay with boats coming and going, lovely walks along the salt marshes and coast, mini beach, great paddling, mini canoe hire for children. Crab fishing off the quay. The best beach is Holkham beach, very sandy and lots of space, sand dunes etc. This is to the left along the coastal road. Wells has a good beach as well and the village is nice for looking around. Going right along the Coast road are shingle beaches. Sheringham and Cromer. There is a pier at Cromer. Best shops are in Holt. Lovely old market town. There is a small supermarket in Blakeney within walking distance. Go down to the quay and turn left. Also a small variety of interesting shops. Places to eat within easy walking distance are two pubs child friendly, the Kings Arms and The White Horse. The Moorings for slightly more expensive meal, but they also do lunch and coffee. Two hotels that do food The Blakeney Hotel and The Manor, a lovely little cafe at the Methodist Church in the High St. for lunch and coffee, good value and children’s toys. Stately Homes to visit, Holkham Hall, Blickling and Sandringham. For a real treat Morton Hall, run by TV chef Galton Blackiston. In the summer you will find a caravan on the quay selling lovely crab sandwiches and also an ice cream shop near the quay. The harbour rooms usually have local bands at weekends. The village hall has antique fairs and there are often sales of crafts near the quay. The seal trip is a must. You can buy tickets at the bottom of the road.
  • Wunderbarer Ort, sehr schrullig und tolle Lage.

    Jan2019-12-10T00:00:00Z
  • Schönes, schrulliges, geräumiges Anwesen im Zentrum von Blakeney. Sehr bequem und warm.

    Tania2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Dies ist ein hübsches Cottage aus dem 17. Jahrhundert im Herzen von Blakeney. Obwohl am Haus keine Parkplätze zur Verfügung stehen, gibt es einen Parkplatz in unmittelbarer Nähe. Viele schöne Spaziergänge entlang der Küste und organisierte Bootsfahrten, um die Robben zu sehen. Würde gerne für einen längeren Aufenthalt wiederkommen !!

    Karin2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Direkt an der Hauptstraße über dem Deli, aber überhaupt nicht laut, hatten wir viel Platz zum Entspannen. Die Wohnküche ist geräumig und sehr gut ausgestattet, es gibt jede Menge Geschirr und Küchenutensilien, wenn Sie Ihre eigenen Mahlzeiten zubereiten müssen. Schönes komfortables Wohnzimmer, wieder geräumig für 4/5 Personen. Zwei Badezimmer bedeuteten, dass es kein Anstehen für die Dusche gab. Wunderbare Freiflächen in Blakeney, ideal für ruhige Spaziergänge mit Vogelgezwitscher, kilometerlangen Spazierwegen. Ein entzückendes Dorf, sehr gute Orte zum Essen und Trinken und viel zu entdecken in der Ferne.

    Claire2019-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastische Unterkunft und viel größer als erwartet. Tolle Lage mit echtem Charme und lokalem Charakter

    Mark2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastische Unterkunft und viel größer als erwartet. Tolle Lage mit echtem Charme und lokalem Charakter

    Mark2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • wirklich schöner Ort

    Nick2018-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Saubere Hütte mit viel Charakter in einem wirklich charmanten Dorf.

    Becky2018-07-23T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, Vereinigtes Königreich

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    Three bedroomed period cottage close to quay in the lovely unspoilt village of Blakeney With a lounge diner with open fire, fully fitted kitchen and laundry room, a double, twin and treble bedroom, close to the Blakeney Point seals!
    Blakeney 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.
    Lovely traditional seaside village with a traditional quay with boats coming and going, lovely walks along the salt marshes and coast, mini beach, great paddling, mini canoe hire for children. Crab fishing off the quay. The best beach is Holkham beach, very sandy and lots of space, sand dunes etc. This is to the left along the coastal road. Wells has a good beach as well and the village is nice for looking around. Going right along the Coast road are shingle beaches. Sheringham and Cromer. There is a pier at Cromer. Best shops are in Holt. Lovely old market town. There is a small supermarket in Blakeney within walking distance. Go down to the quay and turn left. Also a small variety of interesting shops. Places to eat within easy walking distance are two pubs child friendly, the Kings Arms and The White Horse. The Moorings for slightly more expensive meal, but they also do lunch and coffee. Two hotels that do food The Blakeney Hotel and The Manor, a lovely little cafe at the Methodist Church in the High St. for lunch and coffee, good value and children’s toys. Stately Homes to visit, Holkham Hall, Blickling and Sandringham. For a real treat Morton Hall, run by TV chef Galton Blackiston. In the summer you will find a caravan on the quay selling lovely crab sandwiches and also an ice cream shop near the quay. The harbour rooms usually have local bands at weekends. The village hall has antique fairs and there are often sales of crafts near the quay. The seal trip is a must. You can buy tickets at the bottom of the road. We 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.
  • Toller Ort zum Verweilen sehr gemütlich mit allem, was man empfehlen würde

    Ian2019-12-21T00:00:00Z
  • Schönes Zuhause, tolle Lage. Danke vielmals

    Laura2019-10-06T00:00:00Z
  • Wir hatten einen fabelhaften Aufenthalt! Super einfaches Einchecken, schönes, gemütliches Zuhause in solch einer wunderschönen Stadt! Kann es sehr empfehlen, es ist absolut preiswert.

    Jenna2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Veronicas Wohnung ist sehr schön, typisch und besonders. Komplett mit allem, was Sie brauchen, einschließlich DVDs für Kinder. Das Land ist fantastisch, für Kinder und Erwachsene. Wir empfehlen die Tour, um die Robben zu sehen. Definitiv ein Urlaub, an den wir uns erinnern werden. Danke, Veronica.

    Andrea2018-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • Wir hatten einen schönen Aufenthalt.

    Owen2018-07-25T00:00:00Z
  • Meine Familie und ich hatten ein fantastisches Wochenende in der Hütte. Es ist absolut voller Charakter. Wir waren sehr beeindruckt und dankbar dafür, wie der Gastgeber konnte uns so kurzfristig aufnehmen !. Große Hütte, gut ausgestattet und einen Steinwurf von allem, was wir brauchten. Mein Sohn liebte vor allem seinem Bett auf dem Dachboden zu sein. Ich würde dieses Haus auf jeden Fall empfehlen. Danke vielmals, EM Cambridge

    Eric2016-05-16T00:00:00Z
  • Der Gastgeber war sehr hilfreich von Anfang an und reagiert immer schnell. Das Haus ist sehr nett und wir konnten auf der Straße parken kostenlos außen zu bekommen, obwohl andere Optionen waren um, wie ich es im Sommer bekommt beschäftigt wetten. Das Haus war sehr gut, und hatte alles, was wir brauchten. Es ist ein sehr schmales Haus, die Treppe für uns kein Problem waren, sollte aber beachtet werden, wenn das könnte ein Problem für Sie sein. Die drei Einzelbetten waren einige sehr steile Treppen, aber wieder kein Problem für uns. Der Außenraum wurde begrüßt, und zwar klein es war sehr schön an einem heißen Tag zu verwenden. Es war ein kurzer Spaziergang (5 Minuten oder so) in das Dorf, und es gab viele Pubs zur Auswahl, und ein Spar-Shop. Die Gegend ist atemberaubend und ist eine kurze Fahrt zu vielen anderen schönen Dörfer und Städte. Es ist eine ruhige Gegend, aber es war genau das, was wir gesucht haben. Als Basis passt es 7 Erwachsene gut - aber wir waren viel und das Wetter war atemberaubend.

    Liam2015-07-05T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Fo’c'sle is a delightful detached timber clad retreat, located in the heart of the North Norfolk countryside just a short drive to the coast and one of North Norfolk's best restaurants, the Wiveton Bell, making it ideal for couples to both relax and explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Fo’c’sle, (pronounced Folksall), is an old fashioned word for forward castle, the part of a ship with the sailors' living quarters. Set in the heart of the glaven valley, you don’t have to worry about the sea conditions to enjoy this peaceful hideaway!. Attractively furnished with many of the finishing touches coming from the local potttery/gallery “Made in Cley”, the open-plan ground floor offers a well-equipped compact kitchen, a bright kitchen/dining area with double doors opening into the private courtyard and a cosy sitting room with wood burning stove. On the first floor you are greeted with a large bedroom with picture window providing lovely views over the church and valley and a comfy king-size bed and en-suite shower room. The cottage is looked after by the owners who live next door, who can give great tips on what to do and where to go in the local area. Nestled between the coastal villages of Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea, Wiveton is an ideal location to enjoy the beauty of the glaven valley with its wildlife, birdlife and walking opportunities, whilst being located just one mile south of the coast road. There is an excellent bus service operating along the A149 coast road, the 'Coasthopper' which is great for walkers in that the bus route shadows the Norfolk coast path. This enables one way walks to be undertaken with relative ease and is a great way of visiting the coastal villages without the need to use your car. The Wiveton Downs is a registered "Dark Skies" site where it is possible to see the northern lights, or aurora borealis, and this area of the UK boasts some of the darkest skies in the country being that it is unaffected by light pollution and so making it ideal for star gazing. Additional Information Two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge). Unfortunately this property is not suitable for infants or children. The bed has synthetic bedding. Logs are provided for the wood burning stove. Ground Floor: Sitting room Ample comfortable seating, wood burning stove, flat screen television with Freeview and a DVD player. Kitchen A well equipped kitchen with slimline dishwasher, microwave, electric oven and hob with cooker hood over, under counter fridge with a freezer ice box. Dining room Dining table with seating for two guests and double french doors leading into the courtyard garden. Cloakroom Wash basin and WC. First Floor: Master bedroom A lovely bright room with king-size bed and a large picture window with views over the glaven valley and neighbouring property. En-suite shower room Walk-in shower, wash basin and WC. Outside: There is a west facing courtyard with terrace and lawn area, with ample garden furniture. Please note the the courtyard is not secure for dogs. Off-road parking for one car is available to the side of the cottage.
  • 5 Sterne für alles spricht Bände. Ausgezeichnete kompakte Hütte, ideal für 2 Personen. Auch ausgezeichnete Lage, um diese schöne Gegend zu erkunden.

    Derek2019-11-30T00:00:00Z
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    Wiveton , Wiveton, Vereinigtes Königreich

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    Fo'c'sle
    Preis:$73/Nacht
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    The Old Joinery is a charming, single storey property, tucked away on a quiet lane, yet only a couple of minutes' walk to the centre of the village of Cley-next-the-Sea with all its fantastic amenities. With a bright sitting/dining room with french doors leading to the fully enclosed garden, a well-equipped kitchen and two delightful bedrooms it is ideal for couples or a small family looking for a comfortable home from home in this pretty coastal village. And there is ample space to park two cars to the rear of the property which is a bonus in Cley, especially during busy times. There is so much to see and do here right on the doorstep with independent shops, galleries, coastal walks and the beach that you may want to stay put, but you can also venture out to nearby villages like Blakeney, where you can go crabbing from the Quay or take a boat trip out to see the seals or Wiveton, where you will find the renowned Wiveton Hall and Cafe. To go further afield you can even leave the car and take the Coasthopper Bus, which will take you to many other pretty villages and beaches along the coast in either direction. Perfect for a coastal escape whatever the season. Additional Information Sorry, no pets. All Ground Floor Accommodation: Entrance hall On entering the property there is a central hall with pamment tiled floor, from which all the rooms can be accessed. Sitting room / dining area Lovely room with french doors and full height window panels on either side, flooding the room with light from the enclosed rear garden. There are two sofa’s, a 32 inch flat screen television with Freeview, iPod dock, DVD player, coffee table, open fire and dining table with seating for four. Kitchen Modern, contemporary kitchen, with integral ceramic hob and extractor hood over, electric oven below, integral full height fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer and window to the parking area.. Master bedroom A spacious room with french doors out to the rear garden, king-size bed, single wardrobe, chest of drawers, full size mirror, flat screen television with Freeview and DVD player. iPod dock. En-suite shower room Comprising large walk-in shower with hand rail, WC, wash basin and mirror over. Twin or king bedroom Flexible beds that can be made up as 2ft 6in singles or zipped together to make a king-size bed. Please specify bed requirement on booking. Full height windows with blinds to the parking area, dressing table with mirror and lamps over, iPod dock. Family bathroom Contemporary bathroom with tiled wall and floors, bath with hand held shower over, WC, wash basin and mirror over. Outside: To the front of the property is a shingled drive leading down from the quiet lane with parking under the car port and to the side of the property. To the rear is a fully fenced and enclosed, private garden with lawn and patio area. Lovely fruit trees in the garden and garden furniture and barbecue.
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    Cley-next-the-Sea, Cley-next-the-Sea, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Our cottage is in a perfect tranquil spot, tucked up on a road away from the high street but within walking distance, down pretty lokes ( Norfolk for alleyways/footpaths), to Cley Deli and Cley’s famous windmill and the North Norfolk coastal path. A single storey dwelling with 2 good sized double bedrooms with luxury Feather and Black beds and Loaf mattresses & 1 bunk bed room with 2 bunk beds (sleeping 4). A fabulous getaway cottage for families, 2 families together, couples or individuals.
    We purchased the property in 2018 and hope to one day reconfigure the cottage (moving the kitchen to a bedroom and vice versa). In the meantime we have updated some areas and are making it available for holiday lets. This is reflected in the price. The kitchen has been painted and tiled to modernise it, a new bathroom was installed June 2019, fitted wardrobes removed from bedrooms, old carpets removed, new radiators installed in double room and bunk room. We are planning to update more rooms, but as a guest you would be unaware of any of this and it will not have any impact on your stay at all. The cottage has a driveway with parking for 2 cars, a garden and patio, lounge with wood burner and separate dining room. One of the double bedrooms has an en-suite shower room. There is free WiFi, Freesat, DVD player and Netflix. New furniture and bedding. During the Coronavirus Outbreak. Please Note. The cottage is still open for business. It is very secluded and there are lots of walks locally to beaches. I provide hand soap and toilet paper. After each stay the cottage has a deep clean, paying particular attention to using antibacterial spray on door handles, light switches etc. I have changed our booking policy to a flexible cancellation.
    Cley is one of the prettiest villages on the North Norfolk Coast. It is 3 miles from the Georgian Market town of Holt and 2 miles east of Blakeney. It lies within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast between the villages of Salthouse and Wiveton. The local Cley deli - Picnic Fayre is where you can stock up on groceries and take away homemade delicacies. Artemis coffee shop in the village is ideal for breakfast or anytime of day and is a good place to start a walk as the famous coastal path walk along the wall starts from here. Cley beach is accessible on foot (10 mins) or by car (2 mins). A children’s park is tucked just behind the village hall, 2 mins walk from our home. A walk to the beach, local Wiveton Hall or to the award wining Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes visitor centre is a must for birdwatchers and non birdwatchers! It has it's own cafe, touring exhibitions of local artists and information for all ages on local wildlife and what to keep an eye out for on the beach. For birdwatchers this area boasts some of the best birdwatching in the country. The Cley Smokehouse, sells amazing seafood, that people travel for miles to stock up on! Cley has interesting galleries, lovely pottery, gift shops and a bookshop. Hop along to neighbouring village Blakeney and catch a boat to visit the seals at Blakeney Point. Be sure to check out the night skies as Cley is recommended as one of the best spots for star gazing . Go crabbing at the quay and discover some amazing pubs for food and drink, or cook at home in our well equipped kitchen. Things to see and do in North Norfolk, take a look at the VisitNorthNorfolk website. Find it via your search engine. Check out my Instagram for more photos @northnorfolkcottage
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    Holt, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Fox Cottage is a luxurious 18th century Grade II listed brick & flint cottage which has been stylishly refurbished by its owners for use as their holiday home. This gorgeous cottage has a wealth of original features and has been imaginatively furnished to create a unique hideaway perfect for couples. There's a charming sitting room with a high beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace and a bespoke hand-crafted rustic kitchen with stripped floorboards and all the contemporary mod cons! Upstairs has been cleverly reconfigured to create a fabulous light and airy bedroom with an indulgent roll-top bath and a separate shower room. Guests can enjoy lovely countryside views across the valley from here. It is ideally located with off-street parking and a pretty garden, perfect for a Norfolk break throughout the year, being within walking distance of Stiffkey's salt marshes and coastal path, excellent Stiffkey Stores and the popular Red Lion pub. It's within a 10 minute drive of Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham's gorgeous sandy beach. Dogs by arrangement (small additional fee of £20 per dog)
    Ground Floor Sitting room: a gorgeous high ceilinged room with lovely exposed beams, an original inglenook fireplace housing a wood-burning stove and pamment tiled floor with a sheepskin rug. There's a large comfy Loaf grey sofa to snuggle up on, two leather armchairs, coffee table and occasional lamps, digital TV with a built in DVD player. Steps lead down from here to: Kitchen: charming bespoke kitchen hand-crafted by a local craftsman, with stripped floorboards, oak worktops, Smeg gas range cooker, Belfast sink with a "drawer" dishwasher under, integral washing machine, integral fridge with ice-box, and a Nespresso machine. For dining, there's a stylish rustic breakfast bar with two cast iron bar stools with fluffy cushions. A stable door opens out to the front lawned garden. There's the advantage of free wi-fi provided in the cottage. First Floor There is a wooden staircase which leads up from the sitting area and opens directly into the bedroom suite. Master Bedroom Suite: luxurious light and spacious room with lovely countryside views across the valley. No expense has been spared to ensure that guests have a comfortable night's sleep with a Loaf French-style upholstered king-size bed and hotel quality bed linen and towels, bedside tables and lamps, built-in wardrobe and a dressing table. A real feature of this room is the fabulous free-standing bath, cleverly placed on a plinth to enjoy the fabulous views across the valley, whilst sipping a glass of champagne! Separate shower room: walk-in shower, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Outside At the front of the cottage is an attractive lawned garden with a shingled parking parking area providing off-street parking for one car. At the rear is a high-walled courtyard garden with an outside table and chairs, perfect for dining al-fresco. There are delightful walks directly from the cottage along the Norfolk coastal path and Stiffkey marshes. The popular Red Lion pub is only a few minutes walk away, as well as the excellent local Stiffkey Stores which is a real treasure trove with a great reputation for excellent coffee and apparently the best chocolate brownies in Norfolk.
    Stiffkey Stiffkey is a picturesque coastal village with one of the oldest stretches of saltmarshes along the Norfolk coast. It is an important wildlife habitait and is an ideal base for walkers and ornithologists with the Norfolk coastal path passing through here. It has an excellent village pub/hotel called The Red Lion which has a good reputation for local ales and good locally sourced food. It is also home to the famous Stiffkey Lamp Shop and the well-stocked local farm shop/cafe: Stiffkey stores. The beautiful sandy beaches at Holkham and Wells-next-the-Sea are approximately 10 minutes drive away, with the harbours and boat trips from Blakeney and Morston within 10 minutes drive to the east.
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    Stiffkey, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Skylarks is a beautiful holiday cottage in Cley. It has been completely renovated over the past year. and is furnished with a super mixture of vintage and new pieces, all thoughtfully bought with great attention to detail. The cottage is comfortable and elegant, perfect for either season with a large wood burner for the winter and French Doors to the garden for the summer. Situated on the coastal path it is perfect for walkers, and Birders with the famous bird reserve of Cley
    Front Door to hallway Sitting room: Spacious elegant room divided into two distinct areas. To the front are two super comfy leather vintage sofas, with throws and cushions. Original pine trunk, side lamps and tables. TV in cupboard, with DVD. Book case with amazing selection of books, both reference and fiction. To the rear are two chairs around the large wood burning stove. Imagine snuggling up here in the winter with a glass of wine and a good book. Parquet flooring. Good selection of games. Please note there will only be one basket of logs left for the first fire if you need more you will need to purchase them or bring your own. Kitchen: Light and sunny kitchen with French doors to the gardens. Tiled flooring. Range style cooker with ceramic hob and double oven, large American style fridge freezer. Microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and toaster. Butlers sink. Round table and six industrial style chairs with light over. Secret Corridor to Bathroom: An ingenious use of space with a corridor complete with cupboards and peep holes through to the kitchen leading to the bathroom. Really pretty Victorian style bathroom with bath and shower over, WC basin and towel rail. Stairs to first floor Bedroom 1: Beautifully furnished master bedroom with king sized bed, bedside tables and lamps, chair, chest of drawers and wardrobe. Original fireplace (decorative only) Bedroom 2: Pretty and fresh twin bedroom with two full sized single beds, built in cupboard, side tables and lamps. Outside: Skylarks benefits from a lovely enclosed courtyard styled garden and patio from the kitchen, garden furniture is available. Parking is available on street or in the local free village car park just a very short walk away.
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    Norfolk, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Shell Cottage, a charming period Grade II listed brick and flint cottage with sea views is situated in the heart of the historic coastal village of Blakeney, a moments walk from the famous Quay. Perfect for couples or small groups the property has been furnished to the highest standard. This spacious retreat is perfect for couples or a family of three wishing to relax and enjoy the natural wonders of North Norfolk as well as Blakeney’s traditional pubs, restaurants and boutique stores.
    The stylish open plan living space incorporates a sitting room bathed in natural light with a traditional and sympathetically restored sash window to the front aspect. You will also find a cast iron wood burning stove, comfortable dining table and sofa as well as a bookcase filled with a collection of good reading material. The property benefits from an array of traditional features reflecting its period character which are complimented by the use of traditional materials and Farrow & Ball paint. The newly fitted integrated kitchen brings the cottage up to date consisting of a Bosch electric oven with halogen hob, fridge, washing machine, Russell Hobbs appliances, wooden work tops and quarry tiles. The large modern bathroom includes a full sized bath and superb ‘rain style’ shower head as well as under floor heating. Leading from the sitting room you will find an easily accessible wide staircase which takes you onto a hallway where the bedrooms are accessed. Bedroom one is a beautifully decorated dual aspect double bedroom with coastal views over neighbouring rooftops and also has a cast iron fireplace. Bedroom two is a lovely single bedroom providing comfortable accommodation for children or adults. Outside, this beautiful cottage benefits from a small outbuilding to store and dry wetsuits, bikes, crabbing gear, fishing rods, wellington boots or other such items. Sitting at the end of one of the prettiest lokes in the stunning and well maintained desirable coastal village of Blakeney, 55 High Street is perfectly situated to visit all year round. For those who love walking or bird watching, the cottage provides easy access to the famous coastal path and salt marshes as well as the famous Quayside. For foodies or those simply seeking pure relaxation, the cottage is surrounded by traditional pubs, restaurants and delicatessen of this historic North Norfolk village. We are eager to make sure everything is done to make your stay in our cottage as enjoyable as possible. We own and manage this property from our base in the neighbouring village of Stiffkey so we will be on hand to offer any help or advice you may need. Outside and garden To the front of the property there is lovely antique bench with a beautiful table and chairs to enjoy the sunshine with a glass of wine or fresh coffee from the local delicatessen. Testimonial: Alan & Jill from Derbyshire - Really lovely cottage. Great location. Perfect for our needs. The only regret is that we could not stay longer. We will certainly return, it is just a matter of when!
    Surrounding area Blakeney must be one of the most sought after coastal villages in North Norfolk. The whole coastal area, much of it owned by The National Trust, is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, attracting both sailing enthusiasts and ornithologists. The village retains a unique atmosphere with many of the old mariners’ and merchants’ houses remaining in its narrow streets with others tucked away in flint walled alleyways. The main street runs down to the Quay with its salt marsh and channels, with Blakeney Point beyond. There is a surprisingly wide selection of shops, public houses and hotels. A wider range of amenities can be found in the Georgian town of Holt, about 5 miles to the south.
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    Blakeney, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    A super, secret hideaway on the outskirts of Weybourne village, tucked down a private drive, just a few minutes' walk from the beach, coastal path and village amenities. As the name implies, Mill End forms part of a converted water mill (and still has the mill stream running through the garden) and retains many character features, with beams, vaulted ceilings and traditional Norfolk pamment flooring. To take full advantage of the distant views and private nature reserve, the open-plan living area with balcony is on the first floor with the two bedrooms (double and twin) and bathroom on the ground floor. The cottage's interior has colourful furniture and furnishings creating a contemporary, bright and fresh Scandi-style, which complements the building's character and brings it to life. The garden is a lovely spot to enjoy a relaxing afternoon and the first floor balcony is just perfect for watching the sun go down with a glass of wine. Mill End is a gem of a holiday property, and will suit all kinds of holidaymakers who enjoy beautiful, tranquil surroundings and looking for easy access to the coast and good local facilities. If you like walking, the coastal path takes you in an easterly direction to the coastal towns of Sheringham, and Cromer beyond - don't worry you can always catch the Coasthopper back! Just three miles inland, is the pretty Georgian town of Holt, a popular destination with a good selection of independent boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Two well-behaved dogs are welcome at Mill End. Because the mill stream runs through the garden at speed, small children (and dogs) must be supervised at all times. Additional Information Two well-behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge). Individually controlled programmable modern electric panel heaters in all rooms. Access Note: The living area is on the first floor. There are external steps around the property. Ground Floor: Entrance Hall With Norfolk pamment flooring and vaulted ceiling. A staircase leads to the first floor. Master bedroom With a double bed and a double built-in wardrobe. Bedroom two With two full-size single beds and a built-in wardrobe. Bathroom With modern suite comprising bath with shower over, wash basin and WC. First Floor: Open-plan living area With high vaulted ceiling, side and velux windows and french doors leading out onto the decked balcony, which has a bistro table with seating. The fitted kitchen area has an electric cooker, microwave, and fridge with icebox. The adjoining dining area has a table with seating for four. The sitting area has two two-seater sofas, a leather bean bag, widescreen television and DVD player. Outside: A large patio garden with mill stream, mostly laid to shingle, with seating areas and garden furniture. There are two designed parking spaces off the entrance driveway.
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    Weybourne, Weybourne, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Oystercatcher is a charming, traditional two bedroom Norfolk fisherman’s cottage situated on the High Street just a short stroll from Blakeney Quay and all of the village amenities. Perfect for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life this property has been recently updated and now has all of the modern requirements required whilst retaining every bit of its coastal cottage charm.
    Upon entering the cottage in to a long entrance hallway you will find the living room on your right with a lovely, comfy sofa, and arm chair perfect for snuggling up in front of the gorgeous wood burning stove. In the corner is a dining table that will comfortably seat four. Neutrally decorated and opened up to the kitchen, this room feels very light, airy and welcoming. From the living room, down a small step is the traditional, small but well-equipped kitchen which has an electric oven and hob, a microwave, a dishwasher and a fridge freezer. The kitchen is tastefully decorated and allows access back through to the entrance hall off which is the ground floor shower room and the door out to the wonderful enclosed courtyard garden which has a pretty table and chairs set, perfect for sitting and sipping a glass of wine on a warm sunny evening. Back inside and to the front of the house is the good sized double bedroom. Up the original, steep ‘Norfolk Winder’ cottage stairs from the sitting room is the large twin bedroom which looks out over the high street. This room has a good sized en-suite bathroom. There is a pull out bed that we can set up in the upstairs twin bedroom to sleep 3 guests. Extra charge applies.
    Surrounding area Blakeney must be one of the most sought after coastal villages in North Norfolk. The whole coastal area, much of it owned by The National Trust, is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, attracting both sailing enthusiasts and ornithologists. The village retains a unique atmosphere with many of the old mariners’ and merchants’ houses remaining in its narrow streets with others tucked away in flint walled alleyways. The main street runs down to the Quay with its salt marsh and channels, with Blakeney Point beyond. There is a surprisingly wide selection of shops, public houses and hotels. A wider range of amenities can be found in the Georgian town of Holt, about 5 miles to the south.
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    Blakeney, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    STAYS UNTIL END MARCH - 10% OFF NIGHTLY RATE ON 4 NIGHTS OR MORE - MESSAGE ME FOR OFFER LINK Petite two bedroom period flint cottage tucked away in a peaceful,private loke within a short walk of Cley Windmill, the Quay and the North Norfolk Coastal Path leading to the beach, about 15 mins walk. Charming attractive interiors mixing character features with contemporary decor. Wood-burning stove. Pronounced "Turn-key" ONE dog OR ONE infant (sorry, not both) accepted subject to our House Rules
    Perfect for two !deal for a couple or two sharing who would like separate bedrooms ONE DOG welcome subject to our T&C's as found in my House Rules - a £20 charge applies which will be due after booking is confirmed A pretty setting with a very small walled patio and gate at the front of the property with a little table and folding chairs offering just enough space for an alfresco coffee or glass of wine. There is no other outside area or garden. The cottage has double glazed sash windows throughout and a newly installed electric heating system with thermostats in each room Wifi throughout Living room with two leather sofas, coffee table, wood-burning stove (logs etc provided between October and March only ) Smart TV, Bluray player. Front door leads straight into compact Kitchen Diner with table and chairs to seat three - Electric hob and cooker with grill, microwave, kettle, toaster, slim-line dishwasher, larder fridge with ice-box - No separate freezer LIMITED worktop space for food preparation Cupboard with iron and ironing board NO laundry facilities DOWNSTAIRS bathroom with five foot bath (a little smaller than a standard one) with mixer tap with shower head. Additional standard electric shower over bath (not a power-shower) Wood floors in bedrooms, living room, stairs and bathroom Stairs are steep with a turn as found in many small period properties Two attractive bedrooms with Dreamland Intelliheat electric underblankets Master Bedroom - king-size bed, bedside cupboards, chest of drawers, open hanging space Bedroom two - double bed, bedside cupboard and chest of drawers , open hanging space Moduleo flooring in kitchen diner Small front patio with outside seating. Young children under two accepted although parents need to be happy to bring all they need with them as the cottage is not equipped for little ones - no stairgate, high-chair or cot available PARKING AT TERN QUAY COTTAGE - MORE DETAILS UNDER "DIRECTIONS" which is visible after booking The cottage is situated up a "loke" with no access for cars so there is no allocated parking There is unrestricted road parking near the cottage on a first come, first served basis . There is safe free off-road parking at Cley Windmill, a couple of mins away ( again first come, first served) or plenty of free parking at Cley Village Hall which is about 5 mins walk Please be considerate of neighbours by not parking across the entrance to Long House Yard - if there is a car there it will not be any of them
    Cley-Next-the-Sea is a small coastal village on the North Norfolk Coast well known for it's beach and windmill overlooking the salt marshes and River Glaven. The famous Cley Bird Reserve and Centre is a must for nature lovers and bird-watchers alike . The village has interesting shops including Made in Cley Pottery, Crabpot Books, The Cley Smoke House and Picnic Fayre Delicatessen...both a must for serious foodies There are two pubs - one at either end of the village. The George on the High Street and The Three Swallows overlooking the village green and close to the stunning St Margaret's Church Artemis Coffee shop is a wonderful cafe with outside seating with beautiful views and delicious food including breakfast
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    Cley next the Sea, Norfolk, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Bramble Lodge offers self-catering, cosy holiday accommodation for two people and dogs in the heart of the North Norfolk coast. Relax and enjoy majestic landscapes, breathtaking walks and the pleasures of coastal life in Blakeney. Whether it’s bird watching, rambling or simply some time out by the sea, the Annex offers the perfect base to unwind and explore the joys of coast. Bramble Lodge has shared ample parking, a private patio and is only a short walk from Blakeney Quay, pubs and shops.
    Comfortable accommodation for two and is well-equipped with all modern facilities and has distant views of the Marsh from the bedroom. The private patio is secure for dogs as it has a fence all round with a gated entrance.
    Blakeney lies on the North Norfolk coast where the River Glaven meets the sea. Blakeney Point is a 4 mile long shingle-sand spit that is home to numerous migrating birds and a large seal colony. Sheltered by the Point and banked by salt marshes, ‘the Pit’ is the silted up estuary of the River Glaven where the current Blakeney Quay channel flows into. Prior to silting up, Blakeney used to be one of the busiest medieval ports in the country. Now it is a picturesque coastal village that offers numerous opportunities to view the local wildlife and stunning landscapes. Whether it’s walking, bird watching, sailing, a boat trip to the Point or simply enjoying local village shops, pubs and restaurants, Blakeney has something for everybody and is enjoyable all year round.
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    Blakeney, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Satara is a newly built luxurious flint cottage located in a secluded section of the Jericho House property. It is an ideal location-only a couple of minutes walk to the village centre and 10 mins walk to the beach. It is a large 1 bedroom cottage, with a private patio & garden, situated under some beautiful horse chestnut trees. It is spacious, modern yet cosy, light and well appointed with new fixtures & fittings. There is under floor heating throughout the cottage, Wi-fi and off road parking.
    Quiet neighbourhood, but very friendly. Only 2 mins walk from the (very good) local Pub and Village Store.
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    Weybourne, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Pretty traditional cottage in the historic village of Blakeney, North Norfolk. Fronting onto walled garden yet very near the quay and the lovely places to eat. Sleeps four in two bedrooms, it has many traditional features
    Really traditional Blakeney cottage near the quay. Although the address is High Street it is reached by going down a flint 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. Redecorated throughout early 2018 and new kitchen appliances fitted including fridge, oven hob and extractor.
    Blakeney is known as the Jewel of the Norfolk coastline. Beautiful unspoilt and unique. Lovely restaurants and gorgeous views Lovely traditional seaside village with a traditional quay with boats coming and going, lovely walks along the salt marshes and coast, mini beach, great paddling, mini canoe hire for children. Crab fishing off the quay. The best beach is Holkham beach, very sandy and lots of space, sand dunes etc. This is to the left along the coastal road. Wells has a good beach as well and the village is nice for looking around. Going right along the Coast road are shingle beaches. Sheringham and Cromer. There is a pier at Cromer. Best shops are in Holt. Lovely old market town. There is a small supermarket in Blakeney within walking distance. Go down to the quay and turn left. Also a small variety of interesting shops. Places to eat within easy walking distance are two pubs child friendly, the Kings Arms and The White Horse. The Moorings for slightly more expensive meal, but they also do lunch and coffee. Two hotels that do food The Blakeney Hotel and The Manor, a lovely little cafe at the Methodist Church in the High St. for lunch and coffee, good value and children’s toys. Stately Homes to visit, Holkham Hall, Blickling and Sandringham. For a real treat Morton Hall, run by TV chef Galton Blackiston. In the summer you will find a caravan on the quay selling lovely crab sandwiches and also an ice cream shop near the quay. The harbour rooms usually have local bands at weekends. The village hall has antique fairs and there are often sales of crafts near the quay. The seal trip is a must. You can buy tickets at the bottom of the road.
  • Wir hatten einen schönen Aufenthalt im Pebble Cottage, vielen Dank für alles. Cottage ist gemütlich, sauber, urig mit schönen offenen Feuer. Ruhig, in hübschem und freundlichem Dorf. Wir würden wieder hier übernachten.

    Karen2019-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • Sehr schöner gemütlicher Ort. Fühlte mich sehr gemütlich. Blakeney ist sehr schön und die Seehundfahrten sind großartig. The Moorings ist ein tolles Restaurant, nur 5 Minuten zu Fuß entfernt.

    Hannah2019-06-22T00:00:00Z
  • Wir hatten einen schönen Aufenthalt hier in der Hütte. Schönes Dorf, tolle Lage und ein ausgezeichnetes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis. Ich habe es Freunden und meiner Familie empfohlen und würde gerne wieder hier übernachten :)

    Sally2019-05-16T00:00:00Z
  • Ein schrulliges Häuschen in einem entzückenden Dorf. Ausgezeichnete und hilfreiche Kommunikation und ein gutes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis.

    Phillip2018-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • Ich und die Kinder haben ein paar schöne Tage in der Hütte. Es war genau so wie beschrieben. Wird irgendwann zurückkehren.

    Cevriye2018-07-25T00:00:00Z
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    Blakeney, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Situated in an enviable position at the edge of Salthouse village with stunning views across to the dunes and the sea to the front and unspoilt countryside to the rear, Fridays Barn provides very spacious and comfortable accommodation for two looking for a coastal escape at any time of the year. The barn is extremely light and bright and the lovely open-plan kitchen/dining room is the heart of the house. Tastefully decorated it's the ideal place to come back to after a busy day out exploring the Norfolk coast. Cook up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen using the best of produce sourced locally, before retiring to the delightful sitting triple aspect sitting room with great views and its cosy open fire and comfy sofas. Or if you don't feel like cooking, venture out to the nearby Dun Cow for some great pub food or Cookies Crab Shop for seafood delights. There is a lovely king-size bedroom, a bathroom and a separate shower room with walk a large walk-in shower and the entire ground floor boasts lovely open views to the coast, perfect for birdwatching. To the rear of the property there is a completely enclosed garden with a lawned area and patio with garden furniture and barbecue so you can enjoy 'al fresco' dining or just a 'sundowner' on warmer evenings. With the beach only a 10 minute walk away and the local pub and shop also within walking distance, you may want to stay put, but if you feel like venturing out, take the Coasthopper Bus right from Salthouse, and explore the many other coastal villages and beaches in either direction. And for wildlife enthusiasts make sure to visit the Norfolk Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre just down the road at Cley Marshes. Fridays Barn is also available to book for a larger group of up to eight guests using three first floor bedrooms. Additional Information Sorry, no pets. All Ground Floor Accommodation: Kitchen / dining room Wonderfully light and spacious room, tastefully decorated and furnished, solid oak flooring and windows to both front and rear of the property. Large dining table seating eight and a two seater sofa, large Welsh style dresser. Well equipped kitchen with granite worktop, integrated induction hob, fan assisted oven with grill, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee maker and iPod docking station. Sitting room Another bright room with triple aspect windows. Comfortable three seater and two seater sofas, an open fire, flat screen television with Freeview and Sky channels and a DVD player. To the other side of the kitchen is a small corridor leading to Master bedroom Lovely king-size painted iron bedstead and views out to the sea. Family bathroom With a bath, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail. Shower room Large walk-in shower with rainfall shower head, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail (recess containing washing machine). Outside: A fully enclosed garden with a gate comprising a lovely shade tree, patio with garden furniture and barbecue. Lawned area with rotary dryer. There is off road parking on the drive to the side of property for two cars.
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    Salthouse, Salthouse, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Flint barn conversion with secluded walled garden, walks locally, bird reserves and fishing close by, Cromer easily reached. . All on the ground floor: Open plan living space. Living area: With Freeview TV and DVD player. Dining area. Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge and freezer. Bedroom 1: With double bed. Bedroom 2: With 2ft 6in twin beds (for children). Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.. Electric storage heaters, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Small enclosed shingle garden with patio and garden furniture. Private parking for 1 car. No smoking.. These detached, beautifully converted single-storey flint barn conversions, have pine decor and country antiques. On the fringe of the village, with good walks all around, the sea is under 10 minutes drive away, with quiet bird reserves, fishing villages such as Blakeney 6 miles and livelier resorts too - Cromer is 12 miles along the coast. Hunt Cottage with a secluded walled garden with patio and vine clad arbour. The Dairy with beamed and vaulted bedroom with 17th-century timbers and retaining lots of character. Both holiday cottages offer a charming hideaway for discerning couples and older family parties. The cottage suits partially disabled guests. Shop and pub 1½ miles. Free WiFi
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    Sharrington, near Holt, Vereinigtes Königreich

    A deliciously bijou, detached barn conversion set in a quiet location within the pretty village of Langham. Only a ten minute drive to the beautiful North Norfolk coastline, The Well Barn is an idyllic retreat and simply perfect for romantic getaways. This charming Norfolk hideaway has everything you need to enjoy a lovely relaxing holiday, short or long. As you enter through the french doors you get a real sense of space with the open-plan vaulted living area, light, airy and open to the mezzanine above. The sociable downstairs comprising kitchen, dining and living space has a cosy ambiance too, especially when the wood burning stove is lit during the cooler days and nights. On the mezzanine level above you will find a bedroom fit for a king and queen, with a sumptuous super-king bed dressed with fine linens - a real touch of luxury. The capacious bathroom is on the ground floor, with room for an eye catching slipper bath as well as a shower cubicle. And those all important fluffy towels are provided too. There is a second bedroom (a small double for single occupancy) on the ground floor, which has an easy chair, perfectly placed beside the french doors opening into the private garden. Outside there is a pretty south facing, fully enclosed walled garden where you will find the original Well (fitted with safety bars) which gives the barn its name. A peaceful place, the garden invites you to stay 'at home' for lazy days and long summer evenings and enjoying a tasty barbecue using local produce. If you are looking for a peaceful retreat with easy access to the coast, wonderful walks, cycling and birdwatching opportunities, The Well Barn is for you. Ideal for a couple, but equally suited to a single traveller, friends or small family (children over the age of eight welcome), along with one well-behaved, very lucky four legged friend. Additional Information One well-behaved dog welcome (small additional charge). The property is not suitable for more than one dog. The Well Barn is not suitable for children under the age of eight. Synthetic bedding. Underfloor heating on the ground floor. Ground Floor: Open-plan kitchen, dining and sitting room A lovely bright room with a well-equipped handmade kitchen with double Belfast sink, Bosch fridge/freezer, electric hob and oven, microwave and Nespresso coffee machine. A separate cupboard houses a washer/dryer. There is a dining table with seating for four and ample comfortable seating surrounding the wood burning stove and television with Freeview. Bedroom two With 4' double bed, comfortable arm chair, dressing table, an area for clothes hanging and french doors leading into the garden. Bathroom With antique style "slipper" bath, shower cubicle, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC. Mezzanine Floor: Master bedroom With a 6' super king-size bed, 3/4 height wardrobe and chest of drawers. Outside: There a private enclosed south facing walled garden mainly laid to lawn, with garden furniture, sun loungers and original Well (fitted with safety bars). Parking for one vehicle on the shared gravel drive, in front of the entrance gates.
  • Ein wunderschönes Ferienhaus in einer fabelhaften Lage. Es ist gemütlich, warm, Clan und sehr gut ausgestattet. Es ist einfach, nach Holt, an die Küste und nach Morston Hall zu fahren, um ein ganz besonderes Essen zu genießen.

    Alison2019-12-20T00:00:00Z
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    Langham, Langham, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Rustic retreat on organic smallholding. Peaceful location on the Cromer Ridge with some of the best views in Norfolk. Starry skies with no light pollution. Hare and deer in the woods. Wood burning stove, microwave, toaster and kettle. Compost loo. Only three miles from traditional seaside town of Sheringham. In a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Great walking and cycling country.
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    Gresham, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    The Old Victoria is a converted pub in the charming coastal village of Stiffkey bordering the Stiffkey Freshes salt marsh reserve This recently converted barn/outbuilding retains its period features while benefiting from all modern amenities: central heating, skylight, king size bed, en-suite wet room & power shower. The porch leading to the garden provides comfortable seating, shade and storage This cosy one bedroom retreat includes kettle, fridge, microwave, bedding, towels, tea and coffee
    This welcoming guesthouse is a short walking distance from Stiffkey Stores which serves warm pastries for breakfast and the best coffee in North Norfolk as well as providing all essential supplies. It is also a short walk from the Stiffkey Red Lion for drinks and an excellent lunch and dinner menu including locally sourced crabs and lobsters. *Location* The Old Victoria is located at the end of the village, surrounded by tranquil farm land and well away from the busy coastal road A moments walk from stiffkey stores and the red lion pub Walk out onto the stiffkey salt marshes and beach within 3 minutes *Amenities* We have recently added an Oak framed porch area with comfortable seating and table to increase the living space as well as to provide shade and storage for guests Guests are also welcome to BBQ outside the Guesthouse or have camp fires / toast marsh mallows in the fire pit area or the garden Key features include: Morning and afternoon sun Outside space - table, chairs and bench Room for BBQ Designated parking space Russell Hobbs appliances including: Microwave (no oven or grill) Toaster Kettle Fridge Glasses, cups, crockery & cutlery Tea & coffee provided Towels & bed linen provided *Stiffkey Village* Stiffkey is a small village on the Norfolk Norfolk coast comprising: Church Red Lion Public House serving an excellent menu of locally sourced produce and seafood Stiffkey Stores comprising artisan bakery, coffee, post office, homeware and food essentials Village hall Cricket club Stiffkey freshes salt marsh with views along the coast to Blakeney point and Wells Coastal Hopper bus service stop is 2 minutes walk away, travelling at regular Intervals both east and west along the North Norfolk Coast *Super markets* There are also a number of local super markets close by including: Co-Op - Well-Next-Sea (8 minutes drive) Budgens - Holt (12 minutes drive) Spar - Blakeney (12 minutes drive) *Pubs, Restaurants & Takeaways* Stiffkey - Red Lion, Stiffkey Stores Morston (6 minutes drive) - Morston Anchor public house (highly recommended) or Morston Hall (for afternoon tea and gastronomic Michelin Star evening tasting menus) Wells-Next-Sea - several fish and chips and sea food options, Chinese take away and a wide selection of pubs Holt - several fish and chips (we recommend Eric’s), Indian Chinese take aways and a wide selection of pubs
    The coastal village of Stiffkey is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, home to one of the country’s richest salt marshes for wildlife
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    Stiffkey, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Reputedly one of the oldest houses in the village, this traditional Norfolk cottage is as pretty as a picture, with a flint walled cottage garden to the front, and climbing roses around the windows. Once inside the front door, you will be charmed by the delightfully cosy rooms that are brim full of character with fireplaces, beams, Pamment flooring, the odd curved wall, a sloping floor or two, latch doors and pretty floral wallpapers. Thankfully the staircases are straight (there are two staircases and one is steepish), the furniture very comfortable, the antique style beds have mattresses that will guarantee you a good night’s rest; and the small, but perfectly formed kitchen is very well-equipped. With three bedrooms, two bathrooms (one has a fabulous Fired Earth slipper bath), a spacious sitting room with dining area as well as a snug/study, this lovely cottage will appeal to couples, a small family, or a few friends. The village itself boast a fine deli, Picnic Fayre, a fantastic smokehouse serving great local produce and the windmill for fine dining. You’re also well located to explore the coast in either direction and can use the Coasthopper bus for transportation if you want to leave your car at home. Ground Floor: Entrance Hallway With Pamment flooring, and settle bench with cushions. Steep open tread stairs lead to second twin bedroom. Sitting / dining room A really cosy, comfortable room a large wood burning stove and windows overlooking the front garden. At the dining end there is an oak table seating six and a second brick fireplace (unused). Kitchen A compact but well equipped kitchen with electric oven, induction hob and extractor fan, microwave, fridge with icebox and washing machine. A barn door leads into the walled courtyard and a half glazed side entrance door leads into a public cobbled pathway (Loke). Shower room With tiled shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. Snug/study A pretty room with windows overlooking the garden and village road, with small desk, armchair and understairs cupboard housing small fridge/freezer. First Floor: Twin bedroom A charming room with full-size single twin antique style brass and metal bedsteads. Master bedroom With an antique style brass and metal double bedstead. Hairdryer. A latch door leads into the Jack and Jill bathroom. Twin bedroom With full-size single twin antique style brass and metal bedsteads. One doorway leads into the Jack and Jill bathroom, and a further doorway opens to the steep staircase to the ground floor. Jack and Jill family bathroom With a fabulous Fired Earth slipper bath with hand-held shower attachment, wash basin, freestanding towel rail, separate closet with WC. There is a wardrobe for the master bedroom and a cupboard which stores an extending stairgate and travel cot. Outside: There is a flint walled cottage garden to the front of the house, and a small high walled courtyard outside the kitchen, with garden furniture and barbecue. No parking immediately outside the cottage, however roadside parking is available nearby both in the village and at The Fairstead, which is at the top of a short Loke (cobbled pathway), accessed via the side entrance door. Additional Information: Two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge).
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    Cley-next-the-Sea, Cley-next-the-Sea, Vereinigtes Königreich

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    Preis:$133/Nacht
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    Loades Cottage is a beautifully restored fisherman's cottage in the heart of the small North Norfolk coastal village of Blakeney. Sleeping 3 people in comfort, the cottage is attractively decorated and has a homely feel, whilst fully equipped for an easy self-catering holiday. The cottage has full central heating and a wood burning stove, plus a secluded courtyard with outside seating. Just 2 minutes' walk from Blakeney Quay, Loades Cottage makes an ideal base to explore North Norfolk.
    The cottage is down a pedestrian alleyway, with an open courtyard with seating out at the front.
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    Blakeney, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Yew Tree Cottage is a charming traditional cottage right in the centre of Blakeney. The accommodation is restful and stylish, with high quality furnishings and linens. Original artworks and sculptures are located throughout the house. The sitting room has a wood burning stove for cooler evenings, and a door opening to the courtyard garden. The master bedroom is comfortable and romantic, with pretty floral furnishings and original features such as an ornamental fireplace and latched doors. There is a sheltered sunny courtyard garden with barbecue, table and chairs. Set back off the main street the cottage provides a perfect bolthole in this bustling harbour village where you can walk to the Quay and The White Horse pub/restaurant or The King’s Head. It is also well located to explore this part of the coast with its pretty villages and beaches. Additional Information Sorry, no pets. Norfolk Winder stairs are, as with older character cottages, enclosed, steep, curved and narrow. At Yew Tree Cottage they are carpeted and have an automatic light, rope and wooden hand rail. Ground Floor: Kitchen Beautifully designed and thought out kitchen in a galley style. Ceramic hob and electric oven, dishwasher, microwave and hand painted shelving and units with an oak worktop. Views over the courtyard garden. Utility room Another useful room with a washing machine, iron, ironing board and clothes airer. Bathroom Contemporary style bathroom with bath and chrome shower over. WC and wash basin. Dining room Useful room with pine dining table and chairs, fridge, bookshelves with selection of cookery books. Coffee machine and CD player. Sitting room Elegant and stylish room with designer chair, footstool and leather sofa. Sideboard with large screen television with Freeview. Wood burning stove, bookshelves with good selection of books. First Floor: Note Winder stairs are steep but there is an automatic light, rope and wooden hand rail. Master bedroom A pretty and romantic room with king-size bed, chest of drawers, chair, original cast iron fireplace (ornamental) and built in cupboard with hanging space. Twin bedroom Two single beds arranged in an ‘L’ shape. Outside: The cottage is situated in a quiet loke with no passing traffic, with the great advantage of a fully enclosed courtyard garden. Outdoor furniture and barbecue.
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    Blakeney, Blakeney, Vereinigtes Königreich

    Welcome. Kiln Cottage, Blakeney, is our family home which we would like you to enjoy. It is the perfect location for a holiday or short stay capturing the magical beauty and tranquillity of the North Norfolk coast without having to use the car. This modern cottage, built to traditional Norfolk flint pebble design, is just a moment’s walk from wildlife, the coastal path, the village harbour, shops and eateries while offering total peace and quiet. Parking for two cars. Discount for 7 nights plus
    The accommodation downstairs offers comfort and style in a tasteful, relaxing, light and airy environment. The porch leads into a hall with downstairs toilet and stairs to the left and a door to the right into a modern, well-equipped and open plan kitchen leading into a light and airy open plan living area. This leads further into a conservatory and protected courtyard garden. There is a large private lawn in front with parking for two cars. Kiln Cottage is one of four homes built three years ago to a high spec including underfloor heating downstairs and central heating with radiators upstairs, but we retain all the character of a modern and efficient cottage. There is wood-burning stove too. The cottage offers two good sized double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, bedside table and lamps. The property is in a secluded location with all the conveniences you would expect in a modern home. The fully fitted kitchen has all appliances and storage you need including oven, hob and extractor, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave and an island unit. It will appeal to families, couples and friends who are looking for a peaceful, rural environment where the car can be abandoned while you relax in one of the best birdwatching areas of Britain or visit the colony of 500 plus harbour and grey seals on Blakeney Point. And it is within striking distance of other beautiful coastal villages.
    Blakeney is an historic fishing village, one of the jewels of North Norfolk’s unspoilt coast half-way between Cromer and King’s Lynn. It is a haven for ornithologists, artists, walkers and families whose children may want to try 'crab-catching' where they tempt the crabs to come out and play on the quay. Blakeney has a bustling harbour, rowing association and sailing club. The facilities in the house mean you can self-cater or eat out at any number of excellent venues in Blakeney or nearby with stunning seaviews on your doorstep. Blakeney Point is a three - mile spit of sand dunes and shingle with uninterrupted views of the landscape, seascape and 180 degrees of skyline. Walking the spit provides the opportunity to watch wildlife close up with its colonies of breeding Terns and England's largest colony of harbour and grey seals. The coastal path heading East or West heads through unspoilt salt marshes and hundreds of varieties of birds, many of which stop over on their migrations.
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    Blakeney, Norfolk, Vereinigtes Königreich

    'Hushwing' is a private, single-storey one-bedroom annexe attached to our family home at 'Row Hill Farm'. Built at the same time as the house in 2018 it features light, spacious accommodation with under floor heating throughout. Idyllic rural position. Allocated off road parking. 10 minutes drive to the coast. 3 great pubs within 3 miles. Convenience store - 2 miles. With breathtaking views, and a private enclosed garden 'Hushwing' is the perfect retreat. Dog friendly. REDUCED RATES FOR 7 DAY+.
    Living Area: double height, open plan room with kitchen, dining and lounge areas. Your eye will immediately be drawn to the stunning, uninterrupted view of rolling fields. The newly fitted kitchen includes an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge with freezer compartment and Tassimo coffee machine.The kitchen is well equipped with plenty of space for storage. The dining table has space for four people. The lounge area has a corner sofa, Smart TV, DVD player, Amazon Echo Dot, books, board games and magazines, and French doors opening onto the south facing terrace and gravel garden. Bedroom: includes a King sized bed, dressing table, and plenty of storage. Small SMART TV, and access onto the terrace via French doors. Bathroom: bath and walk in shower. Complimentary 'Molton Brown' toiletries provided. Outside: Hushwing is accessed by a gravel driveway and has its own allocated parking space with a second space also available by arrangement. The private, secure south facing gravel garden and terrace are accessible from both the bedroom and lounge. The outside space is equipped with Weber BBQ and dining table and chairs for summer 'al fresco' dining. One dog welcome by arrangement. We can accommodate one child under 2 by arrangement. Cot and High Chair available (cot bedding not provided). Bed linen and towels are provided, but please bring your own beach towels.
    Hushwing is set back off a quiet country lane - great for biking, walking. The stunning North Norfolk Coastline is a ten minute drive away, with the sandy beaches of Wells-next-the-Sea, the wild marshes of Stiffkey and Morston, and the harbour at Blakeney all within easy reach. The views from 'Hushwing' are pretty special with uninterrupted rolling views of the Norfolk countryside. There are 3 great pubs within 3 miles - 'The Chequers' at Binham, 'The Carpenters Arms' in Wighton and 'The Black Lion' in Little Walsingham. A mile walk down country lanes to the 'Walsingham Pie Shop' is a real treat for a fantastic breakfast or an award winning pie. The nearest covenience store is 2 miles away in Binham, where you will also find the 'Little Dairy Shop' selling raw milk and local cheeses. The Georgian town of Holt is 15 minutes away by car. A great place to spend a few hours around the galleries, shops, and tea rooms. We are also only 3.5 miles away from the famous Thursford Christmas Spectacular, and offer two night short breaks during November and December to accomodate visitors.
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    Norfolk, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

    🌈From the same hosts who run *Mallard Cottage* (with over 200 five ⭐️ reviews) is this beautiful fisherman’s cottage! 🦋 Built in 1850, with many original features, high-speed WiFi, Sky TV, central heating and double glazing, this cosy cottage is perfect for couples, families and friends looking for a coastal break in Cley or Blakeney 🥰. 💫In the prettiest part of Cley High Street 🧚‍♀️ with it’s own off street parking space and a short walk from the deli, café, shops and the beach!
    🧚‍♂️Built in 1850 as a fisherman’s dwelling, Grebe cottage in Cley-Next-the-Sea, has retained many of it’s original features whilst having had important modern updates installed like high speed fibre optic WiFi, a very good central heating system and double glazing throughout. The upstairs consists of a double room with king-sized bed and far reaching views over the reed beds of Cley and a large twin room with pretty views over a quaint part of the high street. All three beds are in a classic French oak design by ‘Loaf’ with beautiful linen headboards and really comfy mattresses. The bathroom is also upstairs with a bath and shower and is freshly decorated with original photography by local artist Al Waters.😍 🌈Downstairs you will find a lovely, semi open-plan sitting room and kitchen as well as the pretty and light entrance hall. The kitchen, still supported with it’s original beams, has a fantastic Blomberg washer/dryer as well as a Nespresso machine, state of the art ‘40 second’ kettle and many other cool and colourful amenities!⭐️ 🍭The sitting-room is filled with modern French and Scandinavian furniture and boasts a 40” flat screen T.V with a full range of Sky channels including Sky Sports. We are also proud of our fibre optic, high-speed WiFi which not many people have in the area and which makes a big difference as mobile reception is pretty poor in North Norfolk!🌻 🚘The cottage benefits from its own, covered off street parking space which is gold-dust in Cley, especially in high season. The exterior of the cottage is painted in Farrow and Ball ‘setting plaster’ which is similar to the classic Norfolk and Suffolk pink of 1850. 🍀 🎈The whole cottage is newly decorated and kitted out with a really effective heating system and great double glazing insulation. It really is warm and cosy all year round!🍏 🦋The cottage can also be booked in conjunction with our sister cottage listed as Heart of Cley which is the adjoining property. This would give you 4 bedrooms (sleeping 8) as well as 3 bathrooms, 2 kitchens and 2 off street parking spaces.🍓
    Cley-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 (3 miles) and east of Blakeney (2 miles). It lies within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the North Norfolk Heritage Coast between the villages of Wiveton and Salthouse. A few suggestions of things to do in and around Cley... The Wiveton Café is a must and is now open in winter as well having previously been solely open in spring and summer. It’s about a 15 minute walk or 3 minute drive from the cottage. Do check out their website. Artemis Cafe in Cley is always a good place from which to start a walk. turn right and right out of the cottage, it's about a 20 second walk away. They serve delicious coffee, cake, sausage rolls and salmon bagels directly behind Mallard Cottage and the famous coastal walk along the wall starts from their garden. The George in Cley does really good food, has really friendly staff and is about a two minute walk from the cottage. Picnic Fayre in Cley, less than a minute's walk from Mallard, is a fantastic deli with masses of locally sourced treats and depending on the season they serve really good homemade ice cream from a little hatch in the wall. Blakeney is about an 8 minute drive away or a beautiful hour and a bit long walk along the river wall. I never feel as if I've really had my 'Cley time' until I've done that walk. You don't need to go all the way if you're not big walkers but the look of the landscape and sky change almost hourly and and we never get bored of it. Cley beach is accessible by car (2 mins) or on foot (8-10 mins) if you turn left out of the cottage and through the village, past the windmill and you'll see signs for where to follow the path to Cley beach (also photographed with the images of the cottage). The Blakeney Hotel is probably the most 'get dressed up' place locally, although I have to admit we've never been as we never bring anything approaching the right wardrobe with us... It does look lovely and it has a good reputation and apparently stunning views. The White Horse also has a good reputation and is popular, with good food. I actually prefer the Anchor at Morston next to Blakeney. Blakeney is lovely and definitely worth a visit but it can be seriously packed with day-trippers in high season so at the risk of sounding like a snob, it's better to be a bit outside it and Cley is a much nicer place to stay... Morston and Blakeney also offer Seal trips which are really fun to do depending on the season so it's worth looking on local websites. 'Beans' seal trips is one of the companies. The Cley Smokehouse directly opposite the cottage serves amazing sea food. People travel from miles around to stock up on their crab and their fish soup so we are very lucky (it's pictured in the view from the twin room in the pics of the cottage). There are galleries and a lovely pottery and book shop in Cley, plenty of shops and galleries in Blakeney and some of the best birdwatching in Britain at Cley Spy and in Salthouse which is the next village in the other direction from Wiveton and Blakeney (turn left for Salthouse, in the same direction as you walk for the beach). There's also a great pub in Salthouse called the Dunn Cow with fantastic views across the marshes from the large garden and good food. For Bird Watchers the cutting-edge, sustainable visitor centre at Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley Marshes Nature Reserve is a must. It has it's own café and some of the best bird watching in the country. The Coast hopper bus has bus stops in both directions from outside Picnic Fayre (about a one minute walk from the Cottage). It runs a good and regular service although personally I prefer to walk as much as possible and everything I have mentioned is walking distance, obviously depending on what you consider walking distance to be/if you have toddlers etc. 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". We hope you will go ahead and book! I’m sure you’ll love Cley as we do! Melissa (✿◠‿◠)
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    Cley next the Sea, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

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