Centrally located in the rural Norfolk village of Briston is Hollyhedge Cottage, a charming detached 17th century cottage. This cottage offers traditional accommodation, with a cosy sitting room with dining area, low original oak ceiling beams and a large fireplace with open fire, perfect for snuggling in front of. On the ground floor is a well-equipped kitchen with brick floor, a cosy single bedroom and family bathroom. Steep stairs lead you up to two further bedrooms. Outside is an attractive enclosed garden offering two seating areas and a summerhouse, making this ideal for enjoying the Norfolk sunshine while reading a book or enjoying a family BBQ. The village of Briston boasts good local amenities, with a bakery, butcher's, village store, Post Office and two pubs. This area of Norfolk offers a wide selection of attractions including quaint coastal villages and towns. Just 4 miles from Briston is the delightful Georgian market town of Holt with independent shops and good eateries. Just a little further from this cottage, explore the picturesque North Norfolk coastal road, where you can enjoy boat trips to see the seals at Blakeney Point, go crabbing on the harbour at Wells-next-the-Sea or take the steam train from Holt to Sheringham. Spend a day visiting the National Trust houses Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall, or one of the area's RSPB sites or wildlife centres. An ideal cottage, with something for everyone at any time of the year.
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Adults only over age of 18 please and no stag/hen parties or similar. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin (accessed via double bedroom), 1 x ground floor single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and open fire. Please note, adults only over age of 18 please and no stag/hen parties or similar.
Situated in North Norfolk and with an excellent local store, village post office, good bakery and superb butcher's shop is the village of Briston. This vibrant little town is also home to two pubs, a playing field and a large village green and is located in a wonderfully central position making it a good base from which to explore the surrounding area. With the historic Georgian market town of Holt close by offering tempting tea-rooms and enjoyable shops, and Blakeney coastal nature reserve with its fantastic bird spotting opportunities just a 15 minute drive away, this wonderful village is within easy reach of all the region's main attractions. Visitors can also enjoy seal spotting boat trips around the coast, a day exploring some of the many historic towns in the area or a day at the seaside resort of Sheringham, making this a fun and varied spot for a holiday.