- Bedrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 8
- Approximate Pricing: £850 - £1200 per week
2 king-size doubles, 1 twin, 1 double sofabed.
A modern, spacious and newly refurbished self-catering holiday home with a large enclosed garden and courtyard, the Saltings is light, airy and well-equipped and overlooks the lovely salt marshes in Cley-next-the-Sea.
The house provides a perfect base for a relaxing week away with family or friends, and a chance to explore North Norfolk's stunning coastline.
It is also an Alistair Sawday's Special Place to Stay.
The open plan kitchen-living-dining room provides a great space for entertaining and the kitchen has been kitted out for foodies with plenty of equipment and a top of the range Belling oven. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner at the 8 foot long refectory-style table with plenty of room for everyone to eat, relax and chat. There is also a washer/dryer, dishwasher and microwave.
The house has full central heating but if it gets cold during your stay you can also use the cosy log burning stove.
At other times of year the warm, sunny conservatory has big sliding doors so you can listen to the birds while you prepare lunch.
Upstairs there are two fantastic double bedrooms, each with its own en suite. There is also a comfortable twin room adjacent to the large main bathroom.
On the ground floor, the den is a great place to tuck yourself away with a book or watch TV with the kids. If required, this room can be transformed into a fourth double bedroom with en suite toilet and sink.
Bookings run from Saturday to Saturday during busier periods. Please call for further details or visit our website at www.thesaltingscley.co.uk. Unfortunately we cannot accept pets.
The large terraced garden stretches up behind the house to provide views across to the sea. In the private courtyard there is a barbecue and garden furniture for alfresco dining.
There is space for two cars in front of the house.
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Saltings has fantastic views over the salt marshes towards the sea. The house is ideally situated for guests to walk along the coast or cycle through the surrounding villages. The house is almost opposite the beach road, with Cley beach just a ten minute walk away, and around five minutes' walk from Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley Marshes bird reserve.
Cley is a delightful village with a good delicatessen, smokehouse, pottery, art gallery and bookshop. It is two minutes' drive from the pretty village of Blakeney.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.thesaltingscley.co.uk
Stylish coastal relaxation with uninterrupted views across the salt marsh to the sea.
Ask the owner, Sophie Stephenson a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.