A traditional 200-year-old flint faced holiday cottage tucked away in the heart of Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast and just a one minute walk from the quay.
This fabulous holiday cottage has been beautifully restored to a very high standard with quality furnishings and fittings and a wood burning stove provides cosy nights by the fire.
The popular quayside is less than a minute’s walk, as are several lovely places to eat.
One the ground floor you’ll find a really well equipped, complete with Nespresso coffee maker, dishwasher, electric cooker, fridge with icebox, microwave, washing machine/dryer. Norfolk pamment tiled floor throughout.
The sitting / dining room is stylish and beautifully furnished with a wood burning stove, television, DVD and CD player. Selection of books. Norfolk pamment floor. Dining area with pretty pine table and chairs.
Off the main hallway is the bathroom with roll top bath and hand held shower, WC and wash basin.
Up the steep, Norfolk winder stairs to the first floor are the two charming bedrooms. The master a lovely room with pretty double bed, the second comes with two single beds ideal for friends or children.
Outside is a shared courtyard garden in a typical English cottage garden style with lavender and hollyhocks. A bench outside the house lends itself to evening drinks!
There is limited on-street parking however a large, free car park is only a minutes walk from the cottage.
Jane's Cottage is a beautiful and very comfortable place to stay in and in the most perfect spot too. Lovely evening walks along Blakeney Quay viewing dramatic sunsets and watching the world go by while sitting on a bench. You couldn't ask for more!
Reviewed by Craig Woolrich
This was a lovely cosy cottage, immaculately clean, beautifully furnished and well equipped . Loved the selection of music, games and DVDs! The beds were comfy and the cottage was warm, particularly with the log burner going. Looking forward to future trips to Jane's Cottage.
Reviewed by Goldsmith family
Blakeney is one of the jewels of the North Norfolk coast and a mecca for sailors, birders, artists and walkers. The picturesque harbour is always bustling with children (and adults!) gillying for crabs. Take a walk along the sea defence wall over the salt marsh and you will be rewarded with simply stunning views.
The village is a maze of winding cobbled streets and tiny flint-faced fishermen’s cottages and there are some great places to eat and enjoy the local sea food too.
Although not directly accessible from Blakeney village; Blakeney Point is the focal point for the Blakeney National Nature Reserve, an impressive four mile long stretch of coastline encompassing a fantastic spectrum of wildlife, including seals and varying landscapes, a sand and shingle spit, salt marshes, sand dunes and a range of plant life.
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