Thoughtfully converted former-coach house offering a stylish blend of original features alongside contemporary comforts in the heart of the market town of Holt.
An attractive converted coach house sleeping four guests, enjoying a desirable location in the pretty Georgian town of Holt, within a few hundred metres of the thriving town centre.
The first room that guests come to on arrival at this converted coach house is the light and airy kitchen/diner with its large dining table and a good range of equipment including an oven, hob, microwave, fridge, and dishwasher.
One bedroom, a double, can also be found on the ground floor, next to which there is a stylish and contemporary shower room featuring a walk-in shower and WC. The second double bedroom, meanwhile, is located on the first-floor, a charming room set in the eaves of the property with a quaint romantic feel and beamed ceiling.
Please do note that the location of this room and the period nature of the property mean that there is a low, sloping ceiling.
A separate set of stairs from the ground floor leads to the cosy lounge, a characterful room with a TV/DVD and CD player.
To the front of the property there is a pleasant courtyard area with a table and chairs making it a nice spot to sit out with drinks.
The courtyard also doubles as an off-road parking area.
Beautifully presented cottage in the heart of the pretty market town of Holt, within easy reach of Norwich and the best of the North Norfolk coast. Perfect for a break at any time of year.
Reviewed by Rachel.
Lovely house. Very spacious and well located. Ideal for family. Would recommend.
Reviewed by Fatima
Holt is a popular North Norfolk town, bursting with Georgian charm and character. It’s a shopper’s paradise, with art and antique galleries, independent fashion boutiques and gift shops, grocery stores offering the best of local produce and a good selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants to tempt your tastebuds.
On the outskirts of Holt is Holt Railway Station. From here you can catch the Poppy Line steam train and take a ride to Weybourne and Sheringham – both children and adults will love it!
Cley-next-the-Sea, just a short drive north, is a pretty village with a landmark windmill, art galleries, a fabulous deli and a tea room or two. Just outside the village is the Norfolk Wildlife Trust visitor centre and Cley Marshes where you can sit in the café and enjoy unrivalled panoramic views across the marshes, or birdwatch to your heart’s content.
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