Edingthorpe Hall is a Holiday Cottage in Edingthorpe

Sleeping Arrangements

Beautiful Grade II hall offering 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms accommodation

Inside the cottage

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January to March:
7 nights £1,500; 3 nights £1,050

April to June:
7 nights £1,750; 3 nights £1,245

7 nights £2,150; 3 nights £1,530

7 nights £2,500; 3 nights £1,800

September: & October
7 nights £1,750; 3 nights £1,245

October half term:
7 nights £2,000; 3 nights £1,530

November & December
7 nights £1,500; 3 nights £1,050

Christmas week
7 nights £2,300

Edingthorpe Hall is a Jacobean Hall from the early 1600s built on over half an acre of land.

The house offers the perfect balance between the warmth of a historic building with modern living – including broadband internet, central heating throughout, as well as secondary glazing in all bedrooms.


Ground floor:

Edinghtorpe Hall is extremely spacious, starting with a beautiful large reception entrance which leads onto the TV room, grand staircase and the rest of the ground floor.

There are two lounges: The largest one with a wonderful inglenook fireplace hosting a wood burning stove and with plenty of sofas ideal for a social evening or to enjoy a cup of tea in front of the fire. There is a bluetooth sound bar, ideal for playing music in the background and plenty of board games to suit all ages and group sizes.

The room has also a small study corner with a beautiful antique desk, as well as a reading corner, with big wood plantation chairs.

The second lounge - the TV room - has the largest lead window in the property, and a great view of the garden. The room is perfect for family time with a large and comfortable U shape corner sofa. It has a 50” smart TV, soundbar and DVD player – as well as a large selection of films for the whole family.

The large dining room can accommodate up to 12 people .

The kitchen has a working AGA and a modern and practical electric ceramic hob, as well as all other expected appliances, including microwave, dishwasher and washer-dryer.

The ground floor also offers a small toilet and a small utility room.


First floor:

Edingthorpe Hall offers ample and generous accommodation for up to ten people.

With five double bedrooms (three of them with en-suite), a family bathroom with both bath and shower, a shower room, and a playroom for the kids there is space for everyone.

The stunning main large bedroom with dual aspect windows, has a four poster king size bed and a large en-suite with bath and shower.

The second bedroom, although the smallest, is still a nice size double room with a queen bed and a beautiful mahogany antique headboard with matching bedside tables. A shower room with a large shower enclosure and electric powered shower is just round the corner.

An ample corridor leads onto a third bedroom, with a beautiful Tudor fireplace and a traditional brass king size bed. This fireplace is, unfortunately, for decorative purposes only and can not be used.

Further on, there are two connected rooms with an en-suite shower room: a children’s playroom with a 43” smart TV, DVD player and bluetooth speaker, and adjacent, the children’s room with two single beds and a cot bed.

A large family bathroom with both bath and a shower can also be found in this floor.

There is a fifth bedroom and an en-suite bathroom located at the far end of the house, with direct access to it from the courtyard, instead of through the house. This makes a fantastic room for those wanting some time away from the rest of the group. The bedroom has a king bed, as well as an en-suite with an electric shower.

Please note, there are a second floor and an annex but these areas are closed to guests.

The property is non smoking, and we would ask you to be respectful with this rule.

Outside and garden

Plenty of parking on a horseshoe gravelled drive leading onto the main entrance.

The house has a half-acre area of lawned garden with a hedge and mature trees.

There is also a gravelled courtyard at the back of the property, that provides a most attractive and secluded sun trap area with various shrubs including rambling roses, clematis and a fine large magnolia tree.

Surrounding area

The Hall is beautifully situated in a quiet area, on the edge of the rural hamlet of Edingthorpe and surrounded by open countryside.

Edingthorpe is well situated between the coast and the Norfolk Broads. The village is about 18 miles to the north of Norwich, the Cathedral city and regional centre of East Anglia.

Mundesley is about 4 miles with excellent sandy beaches.

This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.edingthorpehall.com
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  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Sleeps: 10
  • Approximate Pricing: £1200 - £2400 per week

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