- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- Approximate Pricing: £625 - £1375 per week
Two generous double bedrooms, one with ensuite, and one smaller double.
Originally constructed in 1825 as a coach house for The Old Manor, the traditional detached brick and flint property has been extensively refurbished to offer light and spacious accommodation.
The house is tucked away at the end of a quiet lane with a secluded south facing flint walled garden and the benefit of private parking.
The marshes are just a few minutes walk away and it's a 15 minute stroll along the coastal path to Cley beach.
The front door opens onto a wide hallway, through to a generous kitchen with sociable dining area and south facing living room with access to the garden. The shallow open tread stairs lead upstairs to the bedrooms and bathrooms.
Downstairs the living room has comfy sofas, log burning stove, SMART TV & DVD player, stereo and a variety of books and games. The fully equipped kitchen includes dishwasher and washing machine. A separate ground floor cloakroom is an added benefit.
There's super fast wi-fi broadband internet access throughout.
Upstairs there are two generous double bedrooms, one with en-suite wet room and a third smaller room also with double bed. Luxurious pocket sprung mattresses, crisp white linen and towels make for a relaxing stay. Triple glazing and gas central heating provide for a snug stay.
The house is non smoking and pet free.
Unlike many Cley properties, Manor Coach House is tucked away at the end of a quiet lane with a secluded south facing flint walled garden - a wonderful sun trap throughout the day.
Reached directly from the living room with a small patio and lawn beyond, the cottage style planting includes French lavender, box balls and clematis which attract an abundance of birds and insects.
There are benches to catch the morning and evening sun and garden tables and chairs are provided in the Summer.
Private parking for two cars.
The North Norfolk coast has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty for 50 years. There are fabulous walks, amazing wildlife, and a brilliant array of places to eat.
Cley is the perfect getaway destination with a thriving community. Local produce, wines and fresh provisions from award winning Picnic Fayre Deli, cream teas at The Artimis Cafe, and fresh fish from Cley Smoke House.
The village also boasts established pottery studio Made In Cley, Pinkfoot Art Gallery, Crabpot Bookshop, the new Paston Acre Bakery and two pubs.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.manorcoachhousecley.co.uk
Ask the owner, Andrew a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.