Photo: Stephen Mole
You might also be interested in a holiday cottage in Cley.
As well as being a fantastic location for bird watching, walking and sailing Cley is a great place to try if you're looking for a bed and breakfast or guest house. There are some delightful places to stay for the night, ranging from family run B&Bs to larger guest houses.
A charming sunny double studio for 2 (and possible 3rd) in an 18th Century Cottage quietly located at Newgate Green opposite Cley Church.
Artist run by Frances Kearney (RCA) returned to Norfolk from East London. Stunning panoramic views of Cley marshes, very relaxed, no pink frills or silly rules.
An elegant guest house overlooking the vast marshes of Cley. Four beautiful en-suite double rooms. Minimum stay 2 nights.
Iconic, much photographed, historic windmill.
9 stylish double bedrooms, round rooms, square rooms, in this famous, characterful Windmill with superb views of the sea & marshes to one side and the village of Cley to the other. Self catering or B&B.