A delightful 200-year-old cottage in the pretty little village of Sharrington close to Holt and only a short drive to the North Norfolk coast, Morston, Blakeney & Cley-next-the-Sea.
Stone Cottage is reputedly the oldest house in the sought after village of Sharrington and was, at one time, the village post office. Ideally located for the coast yet tucked away in this delightful village.
Full of character, the cottage has been renovated in recent years and has been transformed into a really lovely, welcoming holiday property, with modern touches and quirky decorative bits and pieces.
The age of the cottage means the beamed ceilings are on the lowish side, the stairs are quite steep (there is no handrail), and the width of the doorway to the twin bedded room is, as they say ‘slimline’.
There’s a fabulously cosy open plan living area, divided by a large double sided log burner to keep you warm in the winter months. In the summer, there is a really lovely private, enclosed garden to enjoy.
There are three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. The master has a king-size bed with iron bedstead, this on the ground floor with family bathroom. Upstairs has a twin bedded room and a single, both sharing a bathroom.
This cottage will appeal to families, and couples, who want to enjoy this beautiful part of rural North Norfolk.
The cottage is in a beautiful, quiet location. The garden is lovely and outdoor cooking facilities excellent. Lots of garden furniture to relax on. Cottage has been thoughtfully renovated with practicality in mind, comfortable and well equipped.
Reviewed by Sarah Roughley
A beautiful cottage in a quiet location. Cottage was of an extremely high standard with a lovely garden. We had a lovely break visiting many local towns. Highly recommend this cottage to anyone looking to stay in North Norfolk.
Reviewed by the Rowley Family
Just three miles from the ever popular Georgian market town of Holt, one mile from an award-winning farm shop and restaurant, and within easy driving distance of the beautiful coastal villages of Morston, Cley and Blakeney, there is something on offer for everyone.
The main street in Holt is lined with colour-washed Georgian buildings, many of architectural importance. There are tea and coffee shops, lots of antique and curio shops, food shops and delicatessens, banks, independent shops and, of course, historic Gresham’s School founded in 1555.
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