Cley next the Sea

Well Cottage

Description

Well Cottage offers a peaceful and private location in which to enjoy a wonderful holiday at any time of the year; a traditional 17th century Norfolk flint cottage situated in a quiet hideaway down a hollyhock-lined path off the village green at Cley-next-the-Sea.

This spacious retreat, which has been sympathetically renovated to reflect its history, has a large inglenook fireplace and a private walled garden overlooked by the beautiful 13th century church of St. Margaret’s, Cley.  Many of the original features have been retained, such as the oak spice cupboard, ancient beams, doors and fittings.

New Norfolk pamments have been laid, and the tasteful furniture and décor have been chosen to reflect and enhance the age and history of the cottage, as well as the introduction of design classics from the 50’s. Opening up the patio doors will bring the beautiful garden into the kitchen, making it a perfect place to dine at any time of day in the warmer months.

The centre of the village is just a short walk away and the marshes and beach can be found just beyond.

Its individual feel and charm make this a special haven from which to explore the local Area of Outstanding Natural beauty.  Shop/Pub: within walking distance.

All of our cottages have qualified for the ‘Good To Go’ Visit Britain Industry Standard mark. Please click here for further details of the extra measures we are putting in place to help protect our guests from the spread of Covid-19.

 

Well Cottage – Cley

Is personally managed by Justine

Features

Beds and bedrooms
  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 king bed
  • 1 double bed
Kitchen
  • Dishwasher

  • Microwave

  • Fridge

  • Washing machine

  • Nespresso coffee machine

Bathrooms
  • Towels provided
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 WCs
  • Bath
  • Shower
Outdoors
  • Garden, courtyard or patio

  • On street parking

Distance to
  • Beach 1.5 miles

  • Pub 0.05 miles

  • Shop 0.5 miles

Special Features
  • Woodburner
  • Welcome bottle of  Adnams wine
  • Complimentary toiletries
Accessibility
  • Ground floor WC

  • Ground floor bath/shower room

Nearby activities
  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Bird watching
  • Seal trips
  • Sailing
  • Golf
  • Beach
  • Sea Fishing
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Grey areas are days which are already booked and unavailable.  Allowed start dates are underlined in green.  

If you are unable to book your preferred available dates, please don’t hesitate to contact us, we may be still be able to accomodate your request.

COVID-19 Booking Protection

For any new bookings from May 2020, which may be prevented from going ahead due to government restrictions forcing holiday cottages to close, can either : –

  • receive a full refund for payments made, minus the administration fee of £15
  • or be moved to a new date of your choice (subject to availability) within the subsequent 12 months

Guests

Pets

Bedrooms

Bathrooms

Wood burner

W-FI

Ground Floor:

Utility/Boot Room with deep Belfast sink, washing machine, hanging space for coats and boots. Back door to rear garden area.

Shower Room with walk-in shower, washbasin & WC.

Map Room/Study with drop leaf table for games, planning walks or formal dining.

Sitting Room with beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. Flat screen TV with built-in DVD, stereo system. Free Wi-Fi. Door leading to ‘winder staircase’ to first floor and pantry for food storage.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 50’s style kitchen with original shelving and stainless-steel sink unit. Electric cooker, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine. Dining area with large patio doors leading to the garden.

First floor:

Bedroom 1 with King-sized cast-iron bed, cottage cupboard for hanging and storage, chest of drawers. 

Bedroom 2 with double wooden bed, cottage cupboard for hanging and storage. 

Bathroom including a bath with shower mixer tap, washbasin & WC

Garden

A paved patio area leads from the kitchen/breakfast room, with outdoor table and chairs. A charming well stocked walled garden, which in spring through to autumn is abundant with colour. The beautiful local church of St Margaret of Antioch towers over the secluded cottage garden, which has been beautifully laid out and provides several areas to sit and enjoy the tranquillity. BBQ. Washing airer.

Private Orchard

Across the village green is a peaceful, private orchard overlooking the Glaven estuary, a wonderful place to watch the sunset and the barn owls. Guests are welcome to enjoy the apples, plums, damsons and quinces when they are in season.

Parking

Parking on the village green opposite, just outside the cottage.

Heating

Oil central heating and wood burner.

Also included

  • Complimentary toiletries and a welcome bottle of local Adnams wine
  • Oil central heating and utilities
  • Basket of logs and starter pack of kindling and fire lighters
  • Linens, bathroom towels (excludes beach towels), bathmats, tea towels, oven gloves
  • Household items including cleaning materials, dishwasher tabs, toilet rolls
  • Ironing board and iron
  • Travel cot with mattress and/or high chair are available on request at £10 per item
  • Wifi for normal usage
  • Telephone with honesty box

Arrival and Departure

  • Arrival day is Friday or Monday (other days may be available for short breaks)
  • Due to the extra cleaning required with Covid-19 and for our guests safety, we have adapted our arrival and departure times: Arrival time: 5.00pm – Departure time: 9.00am

Notes

  • Non-smoking property
  • Well Cottage does not accept dogs
Reviews

Guest Reviews

Early April, another great visit to this part of the world and to this cottage  Location is great and we have enjoyed being very relaxed and revisiting some of our favourite spots.

J & A

Beautiful cottage, so thoughtfully furnished and laid out.  A great centre to visit all our favourite places in North Norfolk. 

Amanda

A second idyllic week in this cottage this year. We’ve been coming to North Norfolk for 10 years, but this oasis is new discovery. So peaceful and the interior’s a total delight.  Evening swimming at Cley beach was a new treat.

The Birds, Kingston Upon Thames

A great week in a beautiful cottage.  We loved exploring the Cley \\nature Reserve and walking around Blakeney.  Evening walks to Wiveton Church involved watching owls circling the fields and muntjac deer wandering around.  Never been to this area before but will come back again.

Fiona and Sam, Stafford

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