On the edge of a National Nature Reserve, Blakeney Lodge is perfect for wildlife lovers. Situated on the salt marshes and in the shadow of a windmill, this simple cottage is a great base from which to explore Blakeney Point. In winter months you might spot grey seal pups and in summer the skies are filled with diving terns.
This former Gate Lodge sits on the edge of the Felbrigg Hall estate and would once have met, and perhaps deterred, arrivals. Now the estate is much more welcoming and cottage guests are free to enjoy the house and grounds. The area is rich in wildlife and popular with birdwatchers, while the beaches of West Runton and Cromer are close by.
This interesting getaway has retained all the markings of a traditional Norfolk cottage, although the facilities have been given a bit of a makeover. Sat within the grounds of Oxburgh Hall you can easily explore the moated manor house, or enjoy one of the estate’s many walks. Further afield you have Thetford Forest, King’s Lynn and The Wash all within a short drive.
The smallest of three traditional barn conversions, this cosy cottage is the perfect place from which to explore the area. With two adjoining barns, both sleeping six, you can bring the whole gang. There are nature reserves and vast stretches of unspoilt beaches close by, and a traditional country pub that’s perfect for weary walkers.
A holiday at The Tower really is something special. Formerly the Earl of Buckinghamshire’s race stand, this luxurious accommodation now boasts a roof terrace and your very own Rapunzel tower. When you and your prince charming have finished surveying the grounds there are walking and cycling trails to explore and local ales to be sampled in the nearby Buckinghamshire Arms.
This unique 17th-century cottage sits deep within the Blickling estate. It will come as no surprise that this was once the great house’s dairy, lots of the original features still remain. There’s a secluded garden for al fresco eating, and for cyclists there’s lockable bike storage and enough trails to keep even the most energetic amongst you entertained.
This quirky-looking cottage sits on the edge of woodland on the Felbrigg estate. With a large garden and open fire it’s a getaway that you can enjoy all year round. Whether it’s a winter walk across the estate, or a trip to one of the local sandy beaches, there’s plenty of options for all you outdoors enthusiasts.
This spacious barn conversion will have the whole family gazing out of the windows. Each bedroom has unrivalled views across fields to the coast, with steam trains following the famous Poppy Line on the horizon. With a sandy beach within walking distance and free entry to the 770-acre Sheringham Park, you’ll never be stuck for ideas.
This grand 5-bedroom manor house dates back to the early 1700s and has kept all of its imposing character. With a large garden and option of an adjoining 2-person apartment, it makes the ideal location for a family holiday. Stoke up the barbeque or cycle to the nearby Blickling Estate and explore the 950 acres of woodland and parkland.