The Cottage, Saxthorpe, Norfolk

The Cottage, Saxthorpe, Norfolk

A cosy walking holiday cottage dating from the late eighteenth century.

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The Cottage is available to book through our website or through Airbnb as below:

This two-bedroomed home dates from the late eighteenth century. It has been completely refurbished, while retaining many original features, to match charm with comfort.
The Cottage nestles between the former stables of the old Castle Inn and the Great Yard cottages, in the village of Saxthorpe within the parish of Corpusty. It makes a great base for you to explore the beautiful North Norfolk coast, whether it be visiting fine stately homes, getting in touch with nature by visiting the many wildlife reserves or by enjoying leisurely walks or cycle rides in the quiet rolling countryside.
The kitchen is well equipped with an induction hob, electric oven, fridge, dishwasher and Belfast sink. The kitchen has a vast array of cooking and serving pots for when you are cooking family meals. Also in the kitchen is a dining area to seat four. Leading through from the kitchen is the Utility room housing extra work and storage space as well as a washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer and microwave.
The cosy living room with its comfortable seating is heated with a wood-burning stove and with additional electric heating. It has a television with Freesat and DVD player as well as free broadband Wi-Fi. Reading material and various games are also available.
The under-floor heated bathroom has a bath and shower and also has a heated towel rail. Leading from the bathroom is a cloakroom to store coats and muddy boots.
This beautiful and airy bedroom with exposed beams has a king size bed. All quality bedding is provided.
This twin bedroom is suitable for adults and children alike.
There is a small walled seating area just outside the kitchen to sit and have a drink or the detached, south facing cottage garden with seating where you can make use of the BBQ. Attached is the dedicated parking area and lockable bike shed for you to store your bikes.
The village of Corpusty lies just over the river, accessible by the road bridge or the path behind the mill. Corpusty has a large village green, a village shop and off licence open 8 to 8 every day (with a post office between 9 and 12 except for Sundays), a children’s play area, an art gallery and the Duke’s Head pub for drinks.
• Mannington Gardens: 2.5 miles (7 mins by car). Diverse gardens around medieval moated manor house. Garden shop.
• Blicking Hall: 4.6 miles (8 mins by car). Breath- taking Jacobean mansion in a magnificent garden and historic park. Plenty of walks & cycle paths.
• Holt: 6.4 miles (14 mins by car). Lovely Georgian town with wide range of shops and eating places.
• North Norfolk Railway: 7.2 miles (14mins by car). Railway will take you from Holt to Sheringham. Mostly steam locomotives.
• Sheringham Park: 10.2 miles (19 mins by car). Landscaped gardens, with fine views. Magnificent Azaleas and Rhododendrons in May & June.
• Blakeney: 11.4 miles (22 mins by car). Lovely quayside coastal village.
• Norwich: The city of Norwich park and ride site is only 20 minutes away giving access to the city with its Norman cathedral and castle and quaint medieval shopping streets.
• University of East Anglia (UEA): 17.2 miles (35 mins by car)

Telephone Number

07884 061 375




not allowed

Wi-fi Internet Access

Available free of charge


Within a short walk

Secure Cycle Storage

Under cover


Within a 10 minute drive

Scenic Walks

Direct from the door

Real Fire

Wood Burning Stove