Waters Edge in Blakeney
"An amazing apartment! Definately the best appointed we have ever stayed in, such attention to detail, so relaxing. F&S Oxfordshire"
Water’s Edge is a beautifully furnished, elegant apartment styled with muted Farrow & Ball greys and whites in a fabulous coastal location in the village of Blakeney, one of the most sought after and popular coastal villages on the North Norfolk coast. With a tranquil blend of painted, glass and rattan furniture, a sprinkling of antiques and delightful interior design touches Water’s Edge apartment has a graceful, timeless ambience.
The Guildhall building is home to this first floor apartment, which is next to the English Heritage site of Blakeney Guildhall and just steps away from Blakeney Quay. Water’s Edge affords stunning views over the Quay, the Marshes and beyond to Blakeney Point from the glass balcony. Both bedrooms also offer views over Mariner’s Hill and the coast beyond.
The entrance holds an exterior Boot Room – perfect for coats, shoes, boots, and extra bag storage. Through the main door and entrance hall leading to the lounge, there is a beautifully decorated, west facing living/lounge area, with large sliding French-style doors opening onto the glass balcony with wonderful views of the Quay, Salt Marshes, and the historic High Street. Painted furniture alongside glass coffee and side tables complement the light atmosphere with a lovely comfortable sofa and two armchairs.
Water’s Edge has the delight of a glass balcony off the living/lounge room, with a bistro table and chairs, perfect for admiring the glorious views over Blakeney Quay.
Entertainment is provided with a Sony 43” SMART television, Netflix enabled, a Blu Ray DVD player and Ruark R4 integrated music system with CD player and Bluetooth streaming. In the sideboard, there is a wide selection of films, DVD’s, and CD’s for your enjoyment along with lots of local interest, guidebooks and reading books too. There are also traditional board games, playing cards and dominoes. There is a round dining table with four dining chairs and full floor length dress curtains & sheer voiles for privacy.
The integrated kitchen is contemporary and sleek with pale grey units and white granite worktops with a range of cupboards housing Emma Bridgewater & Burleigh Pottery crockery, glassware, cooking pans, baking equipment, and serving dishes. Small but perfectly formed this kitchen is a dream with everything you could ever wish for. A fan oven, extractor fan and induction hob, combination microwave oven, dishwasher, washing machine, full height fridge freezer and plentiful cupboard space. There is also a Nespresso coffee machine for coffee lovers. Complimentary teas, coffee.
The main king bedroom offers views over Mariner’s Hill towards the coast at Cley Next Sea. It holds a luxurious king size rattan style French bed, large floor standing mirror, a Netflix enabled TV and built in wardrobes with plenty of hanging space.
The adjacent king bedroom hosts views towards Blakeney Marshes, a king size handmade ornate metal bed frame, chest of drawers and built-in wardrobe with ample hanging space.
There is an ironing board and iron, clothes airer and a Dyson Hoover.
The shower room is beautiful, bespoke made and features a fully fitted shower, WC and fitted hand wash basin. The shower has a main overhead shower & secondary handheld shower and there are also fitted cupboards and shelves for toiletries and storage and a radiator with towel rail.
The car park at the Quay is adjacent and is free to National Trust members.
There are two bedrooms, both with a king size bed. One fully fitted shower room.
Water’s Edge a small glass balcony off the living/lounge room, with a bistro table and chairs, perfect for admiring the glorious views over Blakeney Quay. In the warmer months its lovely to draw the doors open and smell the salty sea breezes, in the cooler months the large glass doors offer a cosy view of Blakeney life!
Blakeney is an all year-round holiday destination, popular with walkers, bird watchers and sailors. Families with young children can enjoy a spot of crabbing from the quay, take a boat trip out to Blakeney Point to see the seals, and explore the coastal path, marshes and nature reserves close by. If you want to leave the car behind for the day, just take the Coasthopper bus which regularly passes through the village - it will take you to all the coastal villages from Hunstanton to Cromer.
Blakeney is famous for having everything in a timeless old fashioned way. A beautiful quay with walks across the marshes or just along the quay front. Wonderful restaurants, cafes, an award winning bakery and independent shops.
Nearby is the historic Georgian town of Holt; Holt's fine 18th century Georgian buildings make the town one of the most attractive in North Norfolk. The town is home to many art galleries, antique and book shops and wonderful places to eat.
Wiveton (1 mile away)
Cley (1 mile away)
Morston (1 mile away)
Langham (2 miles away)
£145 - £160 per day
£725 - £1125 per week