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FROM: £448.40

We love this beautiful little cottage, and feel sure you will do too. Packed full of character with oodles of charm, it's stylishly furnished, has a fully enclosed, pretty cottage garden, comes with private parking and secure bike storage, and is just a few minutes' walk away from Holt town centre. It's dog friendly too. What's not to love?!

As the name suggests, this delightful Victorian property was once home to the local cobbler and his shop and, despite being extended and updated in recent days, the cottage has lost none of its character – the display of cobbler's shoe lasts in the dining room still looks right at home. The cottage is furnished throughout in an attractive, eclectic style, combining a mix of retro and new, and always with comfort foremost in mind. An interesting collection of artworks, dotted here and there, complement each room, and complete the cottage's individual look.

On the ground floor, there is a compact kitchen, with an adjoining useful utility/boot room, a colourful dining room, perfect for both family and romantic meals, and a separate, cosy sitting room, with wood burning stove, invites you to take a seat and relax. Up the stairs (steep and straight) are three beautifully decorated 'boutique' bedrooms (king-size, twin and single), all with super comfy mattresses and quality linen, along with a family bathroom. The king-size master bedroom has the 'wow' factor, is enticing, full of romance and sure to appeal if you are of a romantic persuasion.

Cobbler's Cottage is a gem of a Norfolk hideaway, perfect for couples, friends or a small family. Ideal for both short and longer breaks around the year, it is a great base from which to explore the many delights of North Norfolk, both coastal and rural.

FROM: £602.00

Situated less than three miles from Dorset’s magnificent Jurassic Coast, Odd Nod is one of a small group of picturesque thatched cottages lying in the beautiful and peaceful hamlet of Coombe Keynes, mentioned in the Domesday Book.

The cottage is Grade II listed and tastefully restored. There is a south facing garden stretching out on to open farmland offering lovely views out over fields. Great walking opportunities are available around the cottage where hares, pheasants and deer can often be spotted and the sound of the owls enjoyed.

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This holiday cottage at a glance

  • Sleeps five guests.
  • Three bedrooms, one wet room and one family bathroom.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • Lawned garden with patio. Please ensure children are supervised at all times as there are steps in areas.
  • Off street parking for two small vehicles.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • WiFi.
  • Minimum of a two night stay.

Additional features

  • Located in a beautiful walking area with fishing, golf and horse riding all readily available.
  • Thatched roof.
  • Fitted electric oven with separate induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher.
  • Television, DVD player, CD player and two digital radios.
  • Travel cot, high chair and stairgate available on request.
  • Garden furniture with a summer house.
  • Sorry, no barbecues due to thatch.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Shops, pubs and other amenities can also be found in Wool which is approximately a mile and a half away.
  • Around three miles from Lulworth Cove with its sheltered pebble beach.
  • Within easy range of the dramatic and beautiful Dorset coast including Durdle Door.
  • Good country pubs abound nearby, while restaurants and cinemas can be found less than half an hour away in Dorchester and Wareham.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

FROM: £563.00

Located in the heart of the pretty coastal town of Aldeburgh is this wonderful property, ideal for a family seaside holiday. Lovingly renovated and tastefully decorated in 2017, this elegant terraced house provides comfortable accommodation for five guests. 7 Brudenell Street has an off-road parking space located directly behind the house. Guests will almost always be able to use this for themselves – an added bonus as parking in Aldeburgh during the summer can be a challenge. With the beach being so close there is little need for your own outside space, but should you wish to enjoy an al fresco drink at the end of the day, there is an open area to back of the house – perfect for catching the evening sun.

Aldeburgh’s renowned shingle beach is just a few metres from the front door and the town’s popular high street shops and restaurants are just one road away. Across the road is the Brudenell Hotel, with its reputable restaurant and outside terrace, while Aldeburgh Yacht Club is a short 10 minute walk away. Being located at the yacht club end of town, is particularly convenient for dog owners as dogs are allowed on this section of beach year-round. The main beach allows dogs out of high season between October and April.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps five guests.
  • Two king-size bedrooms and one single bedroom.
  • Family bathroom with bath and overhead shower.
  • Walking distance to the beach, shops, pubs and restaurants.
  • Children and infants welcome.
  • One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
  • WiFi.
  • Off road parking space for one car (please see Notes).
  • Minimum two night stay.

Additional features

  • Coal-effect gas fire.
  • Electric cooker, fridge/freezer and microwave.
  • Dishwasher and washing machine.
  • Flat screen Smart television with Freeview and Sonos sound system.
  • DVD player.
  • Highchair, travel cot and stairgate available on request.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Barbecue.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • A two minute walk takes you to Aldeburgh High Street which offers a wonderful local deli, coffee shops, restaurants and fresh fruit, veg and fish market.
  • The coastal path from Thorpeness to Aldeburgh is easy to navigate and passes Maggi Hambling’s controversial ‘Scallop on the Beach’ sculpture. Finish your day of walking with traditional Fish and Chips on the beach.
  • Aldeburgh Festival which was started in the 1940s by the town’s most famous resident, composer Benjamin Britten. An ongoing programme of music events are held at Snape Maltings throughout the year.
  • Walk along the Sailors’ Path to Snape which is wide enough for a buggy. The surrounding countryside is beautiful and look out for oystercatchers and black-tailed godwits looking for worms along the marshes.
  • Hire a canoe, kayak or paddleboard from Iken Canoe and discover creeks and flood waters on the Alde estuary between Snape and Aldeburgh.
  • Thorpeness is only a couple of miles from Aldeburgh. This whimsical holiday village has a beautiful boating lake as its centrepiece, complete with Peter Pan islands and rainbow coloured boats to hire.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

FROM: £552.00

Rose Cottage is a beautiful, detached, Grade II listed, self-catering cottage, located in the charming village of Powerstock. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty deep in West Dorset countryside, Rose Cottage accommodates five guests within three bedrooms.

Powerstock is mentioned in the Doomsday book and is located at the foot of the ancient Iron Age fort of Eggardon Hill. Numerous walks and cycle paths are accessible from the village.

With bags of character and charming features, Rose Cottage is a perfect base for your Dorset break.

This holiday cottage at a glance

  • Sleeps five guests.
  • Three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
  • Two AGA's.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • Enclosed garden with small grassed area and patio.
  • Parking for one vehicle and further street parking nearby.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • WiFi.
  • Minimum of a two night stay.

Additional features

  • Microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer.
  • Three TVs with Freeview, DVD player, CD/radio.
  • Travel cot and high chair available on request.
  • Garden furniture and barbecue.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Conveniently situated between the Norman church and the Three Horse Shoes public house, serving seasonal food, locally sourced.
  • A short walk away is the lovely village of Nettlecombe with its own pub, the Marquis of Lorne.
  • The market town of Bridport is five miles away with its twice weekly markets, restaurants, supermarkets and a great array of produce.
  • Bridport is also the gateway to the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

FROM: £448.40

Easter Cottage is a pretty and welcoming cottage in a very peaceful rural location with good views of the surrounding countryside and is only a 25-minute walk to Burnham Market village.

Lovingly looked after by the owners, this charming cottage attracts many repeat visitors who come to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the location. The moment you step inside, this cottage it feels warm and homely. With pamment-style tiles and warm colours throughout, this cottage has become a firm favourite with Norfolk Hideaways' guests over the years.

The dual aspect sitting room offers views of both the front and back garden and there is a wood burning stove which you can snuggle down and enjoy during the winter months. In the summer, open the french doors and let the sunshine in. There is a separate dining room with table seating six and a spacious well-equipped kitchen with modern appliances. Off the kitchen there is a handy boot/utility room, perfect for removing muddy boots and wellies and drying dogs after a day on the beach!

The large garden to the front and rear of the cottage is perfect for children and dogs who will adore the space to run and play in.and there are good walks and cycling routes right from the front door.

The garden attracts plenty of bird and wildlife and you are likely to spot deer, muntjack, hares, rabbits, pheasants and partridges during your stay and owls if you are lucky.

Located on a quiet single lane road, you are just a five-minute drive into Burnham Market which boasts plenty of restaurants, boutiques, shops and delicatessens, plus a butcher, fishmonger and cafe's. The Hoste pub and restaurant with its beauty spa is also located in the village, which over time has attracted many celebrities. Now you might spot the young royals as they pop into Humble Pie to buy their favourite chocolate biscuit cake. For excellent food head to No.Twenty9, Socius or 20 North Street in the village. Brancaster beach is only 10-minute drive away where you can while away a day sunbathing in the dunes. If you have children, head to the Jolly Sailors pub/restaurant on the way home for some good home-cooked food inluding freshly-baked pizzas.

FROM: £319.00

Willow Yurt is a high quality luxury yurt with large windows, French doors and a beautiful clear dome. Other than its sisters, Ash Yurt and Oak Yurt, it is unlike any other yurt in the UK. Its unique interior design provides a cottage feel inside a canvas and wood structure. A spacious, light living area combined with Douglas fir rafters and lattice work make it a special space for family and friends to enjoy. An integral kitchen, bathroom, private ground floor bedroom and special upstairs sleeping area brings something very different from the usual glamping experience. The furnishings ensure you have all the comforts of home whilst enjoying a relaxing break in the heart of beautiful farmland.

Willow Yurt, Ash Yurt and Oak Yurt are based on a small working farm in a rural location near the villages of Waldron and East Hoathly in the picturesque countryside of East Sussex. The surrounding landscape is predominately farmland with peaceful country lanes leading to the nearby villages and main roads. Uckfield and Heathfield are the closest small towns with the pretty county town of Lewes within a 20 minute drive.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps five guests (maximum four adults).
  • Ground floor bedroom with 6’ super king Hypnos bed.
  • Mezzanine bedroom with three Hypnos single mattresses (two can be linked to make a 6’ super king mattress).
  • Fully equipped ground floor bathroom with walk in shower, wc and underfloor heating.
  • Private garden area.
  • Please note, the yurts are set in a peaceful and quiet location therefore we kindly ask that you respect the neighbouring yurts and keep noise to a minimum.
  • Five person hot tub.
  • The Rural Retreats standard welcome hamper is not provided at this property, however a few essentials such as breadcake, butter and juice are.
  • Children and infants welcome.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • Parking.
  • Monday and Friday arrivals.
  • Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

  • Central heating with wall heaters and electric flame effect.
  • Fitted electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer.
  • Dishwasher and combined washer/dryer.
  • Television with Freeview and DVD/Blu-ray player.
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request.
  • Selection of board games and books.
  • Garden dining set with multifunction centre (barbecue, fire pit, ice bucket or parasol).
  • Six garden chairs.
  • Fire pit and barbecue.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • There are a good selection of shops, supermarkets and pubs nearby with the closest being East Hoathly with a village shop, café and pub. A little further afield but still in easy distance are Horam (4 miles), Cross in Hand (4 miles) and Uckfield (6 miles).
  • For a fantastic family day out visit Drusillas Park with zoo, children’s play area and rides.
  • During the summer months the Bluebell Railway operates a steam train running between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead.
  • Explore the seafront and piers at Eastbourne and Brighton, both of which can be reached in around 45 minutes’ drive.
  • There are some beautiful riverside walks down to the sea in the Cuckmere Valley with stunning views across to the iconic white chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters Heritage Coast.
  • Visit the picturesque county town of Lewes with its cobbled streets, local brewery, lots of antique shops and the River Ouse running through it.
  • Explore 800 years of history at Michelham Priory House & Gardens.

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FROM: £827.20

A fabulous and truly unique opportunity to stay on the beautiful Holkham estate in a 200-year-old lovingly and stylishly refurbished Georgian farm manager's house. Enjoy an idyllic farm setting, with views to die for, and where only the sounds of nature are likely to disturb the peace.

Grade II listed, The Tack House is a very special Norfolk hideaway located just a ten-minute walk away from the South Gates, parkland and Long Avenue that sweeps down to glorious Holkham Hall. If you love walking, cycling and fresh air and relish calm and rural living, this is the perfect place for you. Add very easy access to the stunning beaches along the Norfolk coastline (Holkham's own beauty is just the other side of the park) and you have hit gold!

Refurbished in 2018, a great deal of consideration has gone into ensuring this spacious period country house has retained an essence of grandeur and elegance. The addition of a stylish mix of contemporary and antique furniture along with an eclectic selection of artworks from the art dealer owner's private collection enhance The Tack House’s individual character and bring it to life. You will find it to be a rather smart, but casual, easy and unfussy house that is comfortable and well-equipped, with rooms that are airy and bright. And there is certainly ample room for everyone to ‘spread out’.

On the first floor are three bedrooms (super-king, king/twin and single), all with extra comfy beds and lovely linens, and two bathrooms. The magnificent private master suite runs the width of the house and has a separate seating area, dressing room and large adjoining bathroom. Downstairs there is a generous-sized farmhouse kitchen with two Aga options, a lovely sitting room with a wood burning stove and windows overlooking the garden, along with a cosy snug enjoying views across the fields – an ideal spot for curling up with a book, working (if you must) or enjoying a television programme or film all to yourself. Outside the enclosed and private courtyard garden has a covered seating area, a fire pit and a full-sized table tennis table to keep you entertained.

The Tack House is a very much a ‘grown-up’ property but well-behaved children and dogs are very welcome to stay. Babes in arms are welcome too and there is a high chair, travel cot and stair gate available on request.

FROM: £0.00

A superb, spacious and stylish modern bungalow tucked away from the main coast road in a quiet cul-de-sac, enjoying a wonderful south facing garden bordering open fields, and easy access to all the amenities of this popular village and its beautiful sandy beach.

As soon as you enter the front door of Little Rising you will feel the stresses and strains of daily life start to ebb away. Furnished in a sophisticated but easy, contemporary style the bungalow is light and airy and comfortably furnished throughout, with the main rooms enjoying lovely views over the wonderful south facing landscaped garden to the rear. With three bedrooms (king-size, double and single) and two bathrooms (one is en-suite), this lovely property will appeal to families, couples and friends all year round. There's a sitting room, sun room and conservatory to relax in, so plenty of space for everyone to spread out on cool or rainy days. On bright, sunny days, the beautifully maintained garden, which runs to three sides of the bungalow, is perfect for enjoying a lazy day 'at home', soaking up the sun, lighting the barbecue and dining al fresco. For nature lovers, the garden attracts a variety of wild and bird life, owls can also be spotted quartering the adjoining fields, and skeins of pink footed geese pass overhead in the winter months, which is truly magical.

Little Rising is located on the edge of the village, but it's only a short walk to some great places to eat – you really are spoilt for choice! The Coasthopper bus service runs regularly through the village and stops at all the coastal villages between Kings Lynn and Cromer if you feel like exploring further afield and want to leave the car behind. If you enjoy walking and/or birdwatching, the North Norfolk coastal path and Peddar's Way are on the doorstep, and Titchwell RSPB Reserve is only a short drive away. Thornham has it's own beautiful wide expanse of sandy beach which is easily reached by foot and car.

FROM: £877.20

The Tack House is a fabulous Grade II listed property set in an idyllic location with stunning views of the beautiful Holkham Estate in North Norfolk. Formerly a 200 year old Georgian farm manager's house, this property has been lovingly and stylishly restored and a great deal of consideration has gone into ensuring this spacious period country house has retained an essence of grandeur and elegance. The addition of a stylish mix of contemporary and antique furniture along with an eclectic selection of artworks from the art dealer owner's private collection enhance The Tack House’s individual character and bring it to life.

On the first floor are three bedrooms all with extra comfy beds and lovely linen, and two bathrooms. The magnificent private master suite runs the width of the house and has a separate seating area, dressing room and large adjoining bathroom. Downstairs there is a generous-sized farmhouse kitchen with both oil and electric Aga option, a lovely sitting room with log burner and windows overlooking the garden and a cosy snug enjoying views across the fields – an ideal spot for curling up with a good book. Outside the enclosed and private courtyard garden has a covered seating area, a fire pit and a full-sized table tennis table to keep you entertained.

Located just a short walk from the South Gates and rolling parkland, you could take the Long Avenue that sweeps down to the magnificent Holkham Hall. A walker's and cyclist dream where you can relish the fresh air and calm rural living.

This holiday at a glance:

  • Sleeps five guests.
  • Master bedroom with super king bed and en-suite bathroom.
  • Double bedroom with 6' super king zip and link beds (can be converted into twin beds on request).
  • Pretty single room with 3' single bed and views across parkland.
  • Family bathroom with bath and shower over.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • South facing and fully enclosed garden.
  • WiFi.
  • Private parking for up to four cars.
  • Children of all ages welcome.
  • Two well behaved dogs welcome (additional £50 charge per dog).
  • Minimum three night stay.

Additional features:

  • Aga and Aga companion with a two door electric oven (see Notes).
  • Fridge and freezer.
  • Dishwasher.
  • Washing machine.
  • Television with Freeview and Netflix with Bluetooth soundbar.
  • DVD player in the snug room.
  • Travel cot (please provide own cot bedding), high chair and stair gate available on request.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Charcoal barbecue.
  • Fire pit.
  • Full size table tennis.

Attractions and nearby amenities:

  • Holkham and New Holkham form part of the Earl of Leicester’s Holkham Estate with its beautiful parkland, Palladian Hall and stunning beach, which draw in visitors all year round.
  • Holkham is especially popular with walkers, bird watchers and cyclists.
  • The expansive Holkham Bay, often referred to as the best beach in England, was used for the final scenes of the film “Shakespeare in Love”.
  • Much of Holkham is within a coastal nature reserve and, as well as sand and pines, the area also contains marshes, salt flats and narrow creaks.
  • The thriving village of Burnham Market with its principally Georgian properties set around a village green is approximately two miles to the west and offers a varied selection of traditional shops, designer boutiques, galleries including The Tack House owner's Fairfax Gallery, and restaurants and cafes to suit every taste.
  • Wells-Next-The-Sea, a popular holiday resort and traditional seaside town, three miles to the east, has every amenity you could possibly need, along with a supermarket and petrol station.
  • Houghton Hall & Gardens are a short drive away, and The National Trust properties at Felbrigg Hall, Blicking Estate and Sheringham Park can be reached in approximately half an hour.

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FROM: £506.10

Field House Cottage is a beautifully renovated character cottage with great attention to detail throughout. With limestone flooring and underfloor heating, this inviting cottage will exceed expectations and offer a memorable stay in North Norfolk. Ideal for families or friends wishing to escape to the tranquil countryside.

Field House Cottage is just six miles from the popular coastal village of Blakeney, with its regular boat trips to see the seals, and seven miles from Wells-next-the-Sea where you will find independent shops, cafes, restaurants, a bustling Quay (perfect for 'crabbing' ) and a stunning wide open dog friendly beach, framed by pine woods and its famous array of colourful beach huts.