Hillrise Cottage, Cley-next-the-sea (sleeps 8)

4 StarWIFI availableHillrise Cottage in Cley next the Sea, North Norfolk is a pretty brick and flint cottage, sleeping 6, with a separate annexe sleeping 2.  The cottage can be rented with or without the annexe.  Please enquire for price of house without annexe.

Lovely views from the garden across the salt marsh to the coast, the cottage is a 10 minute stroll to the beach.  One pet welcome by prior agreement.

Ground Floor

With full central heating and a woodburning stove. Entrance lobby with storage and hanging space for boots and coats. Door to spacious, sociable open plan living area with underfloor heating, original pamment flooring and inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove; sitting area with comfortable seating, flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD player, iPod docking station, wi-fi, Wii games console, books, games and DVDs.

Well equipped kitchen with range of units with wooden worktop, bar stools, Redfyre “Aga style” electric cooker, fridge, freezer, washing machine, microwave, tumble drier and breadmaker. Separate dining area with table and seating.

First Floor

From the sitting room staircase leading to a spacious landing: with storage; Bedroom 1 – Master bedroom with double four poster bed, chest of drawers, storage, flat screen TV, views over the garden. En suite bathroom with shower, basin and WC.Bedroom 2 – Twin bunk beds, storage. NB Roll out mattress available for occasional use.; Bedroom 3, double bed, storage, views over the garden; Family bathroom with bath and shower over, basin with integral step for small children, WC.

Outside

Reached via a short, flat, well lit, path is a separate centrally heated ground floor annexe with views over the garden, double bed, kettle, storage and en suite bathroom with shower, basin and WC.

The pretty, secure, cottage garden is on three levels. At ground level there is a bench seat and table, the perfect spot for a cup of coffee. The garden winds up through beds planted with box hedging, lavender, herbs and roses to a gazebo with seating and lovely views across the marshes and out to sea. Additional garden seating and barbecue provided.

Miscellaneous

Cley-next-the-Sea

Cley-next-the-Sea is a pretty, unspoilt coastal village on the beautiful North Norfolk coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Once a significant port on the Glaven Estuary, the village is now a mecca for birdwatchers with the award winning Bird Reserve at Cley Marshes nearby. The village is exceptionally well served with two pubs, both serving food, a smokehouse, delicatessen, bookshop, gallery and café – all within walking distance.

The pretty Georgian market town of Holt, with its shops, restaurants and galleries is four miles away. The beautiful sandy beaches at Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham are within easy reach. There is lots to see and do in the area – sailing at Morston, Blakeney and Wells, crabbing at Blakeney, seal trips from Morston to Blakeney Point, golf at Sheringham, eating out at good local restaurants including Michelin starred Morston Hall.

 

We have had a wonderful holiday visiting Blakeney quay, Holt and the beach. The children played on the wii. Recommend the Dun Cow for food and friendly staff. All in all we have had a superb time. August 2016

What a delightful cottage and garden – beautiful location – just perfect for a short break in wonderful Norfolk. August 2016

A great, well appointed cottage, we immediately felt at home. Perfect, everything thought of.” June 2016

We have loved it here in this delightful cottage. We feel truly at home, very well equipped. This part of Norfolk has so much to offer – weather, countryside, swimming from the beach.” June 2016

Lovely, cosy cottage in our ideal location.  Everything we needed for a true home from home with our 6 month old.  Super day out at Holkham with the dog”… June 2016

We had a lovely week at the cottage – great location and still so peaceful.” June 2016

 

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