- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £525 - £850 per week
1 double and 1 twin/king
Cosy living room with woodburner
Fully equipped kitchen-diner with beamed ceiling and table that seats four
Bathroom with walk-in shower
Bedroom one with double brass bed and chest of drawers
Bedroom two with king size bed and built in wardrobe and
Both bedrooms have east facing views across to Cley windmill
Fully inclusive of all utilities, central heathing, linens (excluding beach towels) and logs for the woodburner
Oven • fridge freezer • microwave • dishwasher • washing machine • garden airer • flatscreen TV with freesat • DVD player • iPod dock /CD player
ironing board • iron • BBQ • WiFi
Travel cot and high chair are available on request, bedding excluded.
Dogs are allowed to stay in Lubbock’s Cottage but are not allowed upstairs or on the furniture. There is a charge of £30 per dog per week (£25 per dog for mid week or weekend stays) as well as a £250 refundable housekeeping deposit. Please let us know in advance if you want to bring a dog.
Bookings run from Friday or Monday 4.00pm to the following Friday or Monday 10.00am and weekend bookings run from Friday 4.00pm to the following Monday 10.00am. A deposit of 25% of the total rent is to be paid upon confirmation of booking and we must receive the balance 8 weeks prior to your arrival. A £250 refundable housekeeping deposit is payable for all bookings. Any extras and breakages are to be paid for prior to your departure.
Enclosed garden with West facing private patio area with tables and chairs and views on to farmland.
Front and side garden with views of the windmill and Cley-next-the-Sea village.
From the cottage you can wander in the estate or across the famous Cley marshes to the sea.
Parking on the lane in front of the cottage garden.
Situated along a peaceful lane with shops, cafés and pubs all within easy walking distance, Lubbock’s Cottage is the ideal get-away location.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.wivetonhall.co.uk
Ask the owner, Emma Stilwell a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.