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Searching for Norfolk cottages is easy!
Whether you are looking for a coastal cottage which affords you the opportunity to go on lots of bracing walks along the North Norfolk coast, or searching for rural self-catering holiday accommodation inland, there is choice for all tastes at Kett Country Cottages.
The North Norfolk coast is a perfect UK holiday destination for all the family, offering a myriad of activities for all ages. North Norfolk is also an ideal holiday destination for avid followers of history and heritage as well as nature lovers, particularly birdwatchers and those keen on fishing and angling.
Hunstanton is better known today by its nickname of ‘Sunny Hunny’ on account of its spectacular West-facing sunsets. Perennially popular with families throughout the ages, Hunstanton is super for families. The beach, a mixture of sand, stone and shingle, is great for kids and ideal for extended bucket and spade sessions and trawling through rock pools.
If you are looking for the perfect UK destination in which to indulge your love of nature, then Brancaster and its surrounding area is the one to choose. For the more active and energetic, there is plenty of sailing to be enjoyed at Brancaster Staithe and the clean harbour waters of Brancaster Staithe make it an ideal area for shellfish as there are plenty of opportunities for visitors to enjoy the local catch of Mussels, Lobsters and Crabs throughout the year, depending on the seasons.
Anecdotally known as ‘Chelsea-on-Sea’, the village of Burnham Market is a fine and robust example of bustling activity with a plethora of independent shops in which to while away many pleasurable hours browsing and shopping. Not only is the village the epitome of Englishness and loveliness, but its location is superb and well placed to enjoy the plentiful attractions throughout North Norfolk.
For those of a more curious frame of mind, Wells-next-the-Sea is the perfect base to explore the many delights of the North Norfolk area. The harbour itself in Wells is lined with boats with the landmark Granary marking the mid-point. In many senses, it is the epitome of a fine, English traditional seaside holiday with a plethora of pleasures to be enjoyed by all the family.
Blakeney used to be a small port, but is now a quiet village and provides an ideal location for a family holiday in Norfolk. With its charming, winding lanes, it is an unspoilt picturesque coastal village with its fisherman’s traditional brick and flint cottages.
Mention the name ‘Cromer’ to any self-respecting UK holidaymaker and you will be met with a dazzling array of responses including ‘beach huts’, ‘crab’ and ‘bracing walks’. It is certainly true that Cromer is one of the dazzling highlights of the North Norfolk coast with its vast expanse of sandy beach and historic pier. The wide expanse of ‘Blue Flag’ sandy beaches are great for kids and ideal for extended bucket and spade sessions. In all, it’s a perfect UK holiday destination which explains why it is often referred to as ‘The Gem of the Norfolk Coast’.
Situated on the beautiful North Norfolk coast, Sheringham is ideally placed to truly enjoy the best of Norfolk. It is the perfect, traditional seaside town with all the attractions one would expect. If you are looking for a great UK family destination which harks back to yesteryear, then this is definitely it. There are also several charming, quaint antiques and bric-a-brac shops in which you can spend countless hours browsing and hunting out collectibles.
For nature lovers, the North Norfolk coast offers a wealth of opportunities to indulge their passion.
For those interested in bird watching, Wells-next-the-Sea is an ideal choice of location. With its salt marshes, sand dunes and pines, Wells attracts a rich variety of bird life throughout the year. Nestled between the famous bird reserves of Titchwell and Cley, Wells is a haven for birdwatchers.
For enthusiastic bird watchers, Brancaster is also an ideal location as there are reserves at nearby Titchwell, Holme and slightly further a field at Snettisham. Titchwell is a firm favourite with visitors to the area and this popular reserve has something for everyone. A walk from the visitor centre down to the sandy beach takes you past reedbeds and shallow lagoons, which are often full of birds.
Scolt Head Island National Nature Reserve is the prime example of an offshore barrier island in the UK. It is situated on a very dynamic coastline and is steadily growing westward. It is an important breeding site for four species of tern, oystercatcher and ringed plover.
Blakeney Point is particularly noted for its colonies of breeding terns and migrant birds passing through in summer. Both common and grey seals can also be seen here.
For those interested in history and heritage, there are several grand estates to explore in the North Norfolk area.
Holkham Hall, one of Britain’s most majestic stately homes, is a 5 minute drive away along the coast road from Wells.
The National Trust locations of Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall are all near Sheringham. Felbrigg Hall is one of the finest 17th Century country houses in the UK with much to explore inside and out with several lakeside and natural trails to explore through the parkland.
For the active and energetic, there is also plenty to do. For those who enjoy messing around in boats, there is plenty of sailing to be enjoyed at Brancaster Staithe. Avid golfers may also find themselves interested in a game or two at The Royal West Norfolk Golf Course, situated near to Brancaster Bay. Elsewhere, Hunstanton Golf Club is a superb championship links course.
Searching for Norfolk Cottages need not be a chore, particularly if you are keen on searching out the ideal cottage in the North Norfolk area.
Whether you are looking for a coastal property which affords you the opportunity to go on lots of bracing walks along the North Norfolk coast, or searching for self-catering accommodation inland, there is choice for all tastes. Covering a wide range of locations throughout North Norfolk, the cottages also cover a specific set of criteria including: cottages with swimming pools, dog friendly cottages and coastal cottages.
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