- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 3
- Approximate Pricing: £425 - £550 per week
1 king-size and 1 single with room for a cot
The cottage is a delightfully traditional North Norfolk cottage with a few twists. Newly renovated, the space is made up of a kitchen leading onto a large living /dining room with very comfortable seating, a well-stocked bookcase and a cosy log-burning stove. The brand-new bathroom with walk-in luxury shower is downstairs. Upstairs are two bedrooms with a large king size wrought iron bed and generous scandi-style single bed. White Company linens are provided throughout. Plenty of pillows, blankets and cushions ensure a sumptuous and relaxing stay.
Well-behaved dogs are very welcome; children well catered for.
Please do note that the cottage has a traditional Norfolk winder staircase, which is steep and may be unsuitable for people unsure on their feet or little children unaccompanied. There are hand rails and a bannister.
Parking comes at a premium in Holt so please note that - for the moment - the designated parking space for the cottage shares with the garden. The garden is east-facing and gets the morning sun, perfect to have your breakfast outside among the pot plants.
Access to the property is via a private road. You may drive to and from the cottage on the road and free parking is provided for one car only. Please do ensure that you park on the courtyard garden in front of the house and do not leave your car on the road. If you are travelling with more than one car, please ask me about the parking options in and around Holt.
Situtated not far from the Pineapple Obelisk in Holt town centre, the cottage is easy walking distance to all of the many comforts and amenities of this charming Georgian town, you are spoilt for choice for places to eat, shop and relax and are a very short drive from the North Norfolk coast and the many inland charms, stately homes, walks and country parks.
Norfolk is the perfect place to stay in any season and by booking your holiday in Holt, you allow yourself many car-free days pottering around the shops and cafes and slowing down to the pace of local life.