- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Approximate Pricing: £130 - £350 per week
1 Double Bedroom
Ivy Cottage is 18th Century and retains most of the character of this period but with more modern amenities to make you the guest and the proud owners more comfortable.
The kitchen boasts a small cooker, microwave and fridge which means eating in is practical, whilst the multi-fuel stove makes it desirable!
Well equipped Kitchen / Lounge with
*24"LED TV with FreeView & built-in DVD new for 2017
*Cooker, Fridge new for 2017, Microwave
*Reclaimed Wood floor
*Large comfy sofa new for 2017
The first floor features a cosy double bedroom.
*Wardrobe / Linen Store
*En-suite with Basin, WC, Shower and heated towel rail
Prices include electricity, bed linen and towels (bath towel, hand towel).
Low / mid season offers and competitive weekend rates available.
Well behaved dogs are welcome, at £10 per dog with a maximum of two. Unfortunately due to the size of the cottage we do not accept large breeds.
The cottage is non-smoking throughout and can accommodate a maximum of two adults only.
In order to keep the distractions of modern life to a minimum during your stay, there is no wifi at the cottage. We hope you understand and agree we us.
Guests should note that the stairs are original and typical of the age of building, hence they are steep, uneven and winding. Please note the stairs are not suitable if you have restricted mobility.
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Ivy Cottage has no allocated parking however there is parking available within the village.
Ivy Cottage is set on a quiet lane in the rural village of Bale, an historic village best known for the Bale Oaks. All Saints Church is a fine example of c1300 Church. There is a well stocked garage/shop on the main road along with an award winning farm/food shop and cafe only a short drive away. Located near Holt (one of Norfolk's most desirable towns) which offers a number of quaint shops, antique emporiums and cafes also having the benefit of wooded areas for walking and picnics. Approximately 5 miles from Blakeney and Morston offering access to the North Norfolk Coastal path, seal trips and fine dining - all easily connected by the Norfolk Coast Hopper.
A good base for visitors wishing to enjoy the several National Trust properties and grounds including Holkham Hall, Felbrigg and Blickling Estate. The fantastic North Norfolk Railway of Holt and The Muckleburgh Military Collection at Sheringham are also a short drive away. For those of you interested in walking try Peddars Way on the National Trails http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/peddars-way-and-norfolk-coast-path or Channel 4's 'Walking Through History with Sir Tony Robinson http://www.channel4.com/microsites/W/Walking-Through-History/Walking-Through-History2-North-Norfolk.pdf.
After a brisk walk in the fresh air return to a cosy cottage and relax by the fire.