Blakeney, North Norfolk
Summerdown is a stylish and romantic holiday cottage just for two, located down a little loke in Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast, a luxury coastal pad that also comes with a ‘fab’ mezzanine cinema room.
Beautifully styled and decorated throughout with a king size master bedroom with beautiful soft furnishings and linens, an en suite with double walk-in monsoon shower plus spacious open plan living area with kitchen and seating/dining area.
With a vaulted ceiling in the main living area and large double-height, floor-to-ceiling windows with doors to the front terrace and a mezzanine floor above with its TV/cinema room, it’s the perfect place to have time to yourselves and escape from the outside world.
Quietly located in Blakeney village, up a little loke, this peaceful haven is far enough from the hustle and bustle of the harbour, but close enough to stroll down to the sea in the morning, breathe in the sea air and pick up breakfast along the way.
With parking directly outside the cottage, make sure you leave the car behind for a day, pull on your walking boots, step outside and walk the coastal path. Head back to the cottage, light the woodburner and then recall the day’s events while you warm your toes.
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Lovebirds and nature lovers are sure to fall for this stylish cottage in a peaceful setting yet only a moments walk to the harbour.
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.
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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