A lovely little ground floor holiday cottage, centrally-based in the attractive Norfolk village of Briston, next to the owner’s coffee house and bar.
This cosy holiday cottage has been meticulously converted from a traditional Norfolk pub, to offer comfortable, well-equipped holiday accommodation, and a perfect base for couples wishing to explore the surrounding area.
The open plan living area, with a well-equipped kitchen, offers all you need to sit back and relax after a day out exploring, and the accommodation also provides a comfortable and cosy double bedroom and a wet room.
Briston is an ideal location for exploring the nearby North Norfolk coastline, and this cottage is located alongside the wonderful Explorers Bar and Coffee House, perfect for enjoying an evening meal after a busy day spent exploring.
Staying in this fantastic area of Norfolk will leave you spoilt for choice for things to do, with quaint coastal villages and towns to potter around in, and stunning sandy beaches to spend your time on.
Just a few minutes’ drive away is the popular Georgian market town of Holt and just a few miles further is the wonderful Norfolk Coast and a selection of National Trust properties, such as Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall.
Fans of nature will find Norfolk a haven, with its fantastic range of RSPB sites and wildlife centres.
Why not pop to Blakeney, where you can take boat trips to see the seals, or go crabbing on the harbour at Wells-next-the-Sea before hopping on the small train to explore the vast, spotless beach and sand dunes?
This ground floor cottage is ideal for couples looking to enjoy the numerous sights and stunning scenery you can enjoy throughout the year.
About the location
Holt 4 miles; Fakenham 10 miles; Sheringham 10 miles; Dereham 16 miles, Norfolk Broads 20 miles.
The large village of Briston is situated in North Norfolk and offers an excellent local store, a village Post Office, a good bakery and a superb butcher's shop, in addition to a pub, a pub/cafe, a fish shop selling lobster and the famous Cromer crabs, a sports playing field and a large village green. Located in a wonderfully central position, the village provides a good base from which to explore the surrounding area. The historic Georgian market town of Holt, with its tempting tea rooms and enjoyable shops, is just a five-minute drive away, and Blakeney National Nature Reserve, with its fantastic bird spotting opportunities, just a 15-minute drive away. Whether it’s boat trips and seal spotting around the coast, a day exploring some of the many historic towns in the area, or a day at the seaside resort of Sheringham that you’re looking for, this lovely location has lots to see and do.