Fairstead Cottage in Holt
The cottage is approached via a pathway through the pretty front garden and on entering the cottage, the front door leads into a hallway, with the dining room and kitchen off and the staircase to the first floor. The dining room has a large table and seating for six or more and opens out into the large sitting room overlooking the garden at the rear. The sitting room is welcoming and cosy, with wooden floors, rugs, and comfortable furniture which is ideal for a family evening of board games, reading a good book and relaxing during the winter months.
The galley kitchen has a range of wall and base units, a free standing cooker with gas hobs, a microwave and fridge. There is a washing machine in the utility area beyond the kitchen and a separate freezer in the Larder under the stairs.
The family bathroom is off the kitchen on the ground floor and features a bath with a shower over and wash basin. There is a separate loo and wash basin.
On the first floor, the three bedrooms lead off the central landing.
The principal bedroom overlooks the garden and has a king-size four poster bed with two bedside tables, a built-in wardrobe and a chest of drawers.
The second bedroom has 3ft single twin beds, bedside tables, a chest of drawers and free standing wardrobe.
The third bedroom has a bunk bed, with a 3ft bed at the top and a 4ft lower bunk. There is also a travel cot available in the alcove in the twin bedroom. Please speak to a member of the Big Skies team if you would like to make use of this.
The generous-sized private garden is fully enclosed and surrounds the cottage. The front is laid to lawn with a patio area, play house and pathway leading up to the house. The charming garden at the rear also has a patio area, a large garden table and chairs, perfect for al fresco dining, and an outdoor chess board. A BBQ is also available for use (guests are responsible for cleaning this and providing charcoal).
There is parking for three cars on the gravel driveway for Fairstead Cottage.
Fairstead Cottage is perfectly located in the centre of Holt. You can step out of the front door and all the amenities that Holt has to offer are on your doorstep. There is a fantastic selection of quality independent retailers, boutiques, high street names, art galleries and interesting antique shops in the centre of the town,; alongside the famous Bakers & Larners department store with its fabulous food court.
The town also boasts excellent butchers, bakers, fishmongers, and a host of cafes, restaurants, bars, and pubs. There is even a steam railway line, with trains to Sheringham every day.
Holt is a very popular and charming Georgian market town, close to the North Norfolk coastal villages of Blakeney, Cley-next-the-Sea, Salthouse, Weybourne, and Kelling.
The town has a thriving local community and is very popular with visitors to the area, many of whom support great local events throughout the year, like the Holt Festival in the Summer and the Christmas Lights switch on in the winter. The town is also home to Gresham's a prominent independent school, founded in 1555. There are a number of cultural events held at the school which are open to the public too. The town is just a few miles from the coast and within easy reach of Fakenham, Sheringham & Cromer. There is a useful train service between Sheringham and Norwich which is very handy.
Walking Distance to Shops: 3 mins
Walking Distance to Supermarket: 5 mins
Walking Distance to Pub, Cafe, Restaurants: 3 mins
Driving Distance to Beach: 10 mins
Letheringsett (1 mile away)
High Kelling (2 miles away)
Hempstead (2 miles away)
Thornage (2 miles away)
£107 - £167 per day
£755 - £1175 per week