4.8★ 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Pets No Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews comfortable (13) property (13) lovely (12) nice (10) great (10) cottage (9) 44 Customer Reviews "Lovely warm welcome from owners second visit to Highfields." Very comfortable and clean cottage and a perfect location to visit North Norfolk . Reviewed by Susan5.0★Sep 2023 "Great location for getting around, private patio for sitting out." Safe car parking space. Very comfortable with everything you need. Reviewed by Rose5.0★Sep 2023 "This really was a lovely place to stay." Everything you could want was provided including a few extras. The hosts met me on arrival and were very friendly and hospitable and nothing was too much trouble. Thankyou very much for a very enjoyable week’s break. Reviewed by Michael5.0★Sep 2023 "We felt at home the minute we walked in, the tea, coffee, milk and biscuits were very appreciated." For some reason we struggled to get access to Wifi but Bob was on the case and put a booster in the kitchen for us, job done! Being just outside Cromer suited us and we used the bus to go into the town. Everything you need in the property is provided, and Heather and Bob perfect hosts. Hopefully we will go back to beautiful Norfolk and we would not think twice about staying at Highfield again. Reviewed by Valerie5.0★Aug 2023 "No dishwasher is a slight drawback but spacious kitchen was ideal." The property is cosy and comfortable and an easy 5minute car journey to Cromer. Reviewed by Vicky4.7★Jul 2023 "Neat and compact with private patio area for sitting out, set within grounds hidden from road by tall trees, felt very in the country but only 10 mins." From all amenities.Very relaxing. Reviewed by Richard5.0★Jun 2023 "All very nice and clean" Reviewed by Linda5.0★Sep 2022 "We had a nice week break,every thing we needed in the property, it was quiet and relaxing." Reviewed by Richard5.0★Aug 2022 "Didn’t like the message left that we had to strip beds, tidy up and sweep ..." Didn’t like the message left that we had to strip beds, tidy up and sweep floor, we paid for a holiday not to do housework, a pleasant holiday Reviewed by Gillian3.4★Aug 2022 "Great location very quiet,ideal touring spot for the coast,and surrounding countryside." Owners Very nice and pleasant ,with a greeting at the start and the end of are stay. Reviewed by Peter5.0★Aug 2022 "Lovely bungalow, and very comfortable." Fully equipped kitchen. A bit secluded. Received a very warm and friendly welcome. Reviewed by Dave4.1★Jun 2022 "Had a lovely time, property very nice all facility's there and a nice comfortable bed." Owners Bob and Heather very welcoming. Would recommend. Reviewed by David5.0★May 2022 "Lovely little cottage,very comfortable and welcoming." Great place to stay for a short break. Reviewed by Terence5.0★May 2022 "Very cosy property ideally located for local attractions, very much liked the e-mail from owner prior to holiday giving details of local supermarkets." Reviewed by Sue5.0★Apr 2022 "Ideal for the 2 of us." Would certainly book this property again. Reviewed by Roger4.7★Nov 2021 "Very comfortable and clean accommodation perfect for visiting North Norfolk coast." Reviewed by Susan4.4★Oct 2021 "A lovely cosy cottage." Heating was on from 6am till 11pm and I was offered it to be on overnight if I was cold. Instantly controlled by the thermostat in the lounge. Bob and Heather the owners live next door and it was a pleasure to meet them. They made me feel very much at home with a nice welcome tray on arrival. I will be rebooking. Great place. Reviewed by Dorothy5.0★Oct 2021 "Everything we hoped it would be." Thank you it was a pleasure to meet you. Property Owner Reviewed by Alan5.0★Sep 2021 "Toilet door would not close." Inadequate lighting in bathroom. Clothes (underwear) always felt damp. It was cold but had no control over heating (had to ask the owner to control heating) It felt like the premises had not bee used for some time. Would not recommend to friends. Not good value for money. Thank you for your feedback We do take Customer comments very seriously As owners, we are on hand to help our Customers with any problems that they may have during their trip and can be easily contacted as live next door. The property isn't damp and has been occupied continually since June by holiday makers. We do fog the property on every changeover as per the recommended covid cleaning guidelines We have fixed the bathroom door after we read your note and the control for the heating is just above the sofa so you can turn it up or down as required Once again, thanks for your comments Property Owner Reviewed by Kenneth3.8★Aug 2021 "A dishwasher would be an extra bonus." Reviewed by R4.7★Aug 2021 "An ideal base for a couple." To relax ,walk in the countryside, visit the Broads and coast. A comfortable and very clean and safe property considering the pandemic. Reviewed by Ian4.7★Jul 2021 "A great location to visit the coastal and National Trust properties." We enjoyed our stay. The property was small cosy and well equipped, we had everything that we needed, though a bit more sunshine would have been nice! Reviewed by Ann5.0★Apr 2021 "The hosts were most accomodating." Even the patio was swept every morning to contend with leaf brought down by the quite fierce wind. All information was clearly set out in accordance with present guidelines. For example, brochures were left for us re: places to visit, to be disposed of after each visitor. There was plenty of information before we arrived. This is our second visit and we would happily go again. Reviewed by Maureen5.0★Sep 2020 "Do not use the Sat nav given by sykes it's wrong" Reviewed by Tony5.0★Sep 2019 "Great little place when you find it - but don't trust the Sykes location on Google Maps!" Coordinates for entrance to drive are 52°53'47.2"N 1°18'26.5"E, or 52.896443, 1.307353 for Google Maps. On What3Words app, try "blotches.gourmet.result". Reviewed by James4.7★Aug 2019 "We had a very enjoyable time and great weather the cottage was excellent and so ..." We had a very enjoyable time and great weather the cottage was excellent and so convenient to get to different places 10 out 10 excellent Reviewed by Maurice5.0★Jul 2019 "Highfields is a really relaxing retreat for two people it was everything it said on the tin so to speak very comfortable and very clean." We were welcomed by the owner on arrival and nice tea tray awaiting us in the kitchen. The patio area was a lovely sun trap for us to relax and unwind and the area is great with many things to do and see close at hand. Reviewed by Michael5.0★May 2019 "If you could say if the shower is a wet room, cubicle or over the bath" Reviewed by Patricia4.7★May 2019 "This property is excellent for." A break in a quiet location. It would benefit from a house sign as gps is spasmodic in the area and running out of phone battery resulted in a 1 hour search for this property. Reviewed by Jonathan4.7★Apr 2019 "Easy parking." Dog excercising area nearby. Lovely peaceful patio area. Very comfy bed. Thoroughly enjoyable stay. Reviewed by Maureen5.0★Mar 2019 "Overall very clean and comfortable be it a little on the small side." One downside was we took our dog but due to a busy road past the property with no footpaths we had to get the car out to take the dog for a walk. But that aside we had a lovely week exploring Norfolk. Reviewed by Carol4.1★Oct 2018 "The location and accommodation were ideal for a couple of wobbly octogenarians." Easy access to places of interest (eg National Trust houses an reserves) and to good pubs/restaurants Reviewed by Robert5.0★Sep 2018 "We thought the cottage was excellent go their again any time, also just outside the cottage you could catch a bus any where great." T. Wells Reviewed by Olwyn5.0★Sep 2018 "We found that Highfield at Roughton was the perfect base in north Norfolk for a holiday with our family dog" Reviewed by Christopher4.4★May 2018 "It was a lovely cottage, as was the lady who owned it." If you don’t want to go out anywhere you can relax on the patio which, if you’re as lucky as we were, is a nice little sun trap. Comfortable in the cottage, the best thing for me was the shower, really liked it. The bed was ok. The kitchen was equipped with all the basics, plenty if you wanted to cook or a good chippy in the village or Chinese takeaway less than 2 miles away. Came away feeling relaxed and refreshed. Definitely recommend it. Reviewed by Andy5.0★May 2018 "The cottage was comfortable, bright and cheerful, well equipped and furnished." The paved yard was fully enclosed with table. chairs and bench seating, all the more pleasant because of pots of flowering plants on it. The position was nice and central, only about 5 minutes to get to Cromer. The owner made me very welcome on arrival and was on hand if there were any queries. I would be more than happy to go again.(and hope for better weather next time! ) Reviewed by Carole Anne5.0★Apr 2018 "A real home from home." Flowers, biscuits, tea, coffee and milk left for us. Comfy bed and warm duvet. Heating on from 7am to 11pm - a godsend as weather was so cold over Easter. Reviewed by Marlene5.0★Mar 2018 "A very quiet and extremely well equipped property." Extremely friendly owners who volunteered information about the area and answered any questions. There is a local enclosed 'dog walk' field close by for that early morning walk. The shower is large enough to take a shower stool, which we took with us. Met all our creature comforts in an area that we love. Reviewed by Paul5.0★Nov 2017 "We had a lovely relaxing time at this property." Just the right size for two. Ideal for visiting Cromer and the surrounding area. Would recommend to others and would definitely stay there again. Reviewed by Patricia5.0★Nov 2017 "Quite hard to find the driveway on a dark road, a light would be nice." The cottage was lovely and comfortable enjoyed my break away there, would definately go back again. Reviewed by Sandra5.0★Nov 2017 "Lighting poor outside." Light temperamental. Broadband very slow. Reviewed by Janet4.4★Feb 2017 "Excellent cottage for two people, owners were great hosts and very helpful ." Wi-Fi connection was very good. Would certainly visit again, Only complaint was the week of constant rain we had, can't blame Bob and Heather for that, didn't let it spoil the holiday though Reviewed by David5.0★Nov 2016 "A very enjoyable break from start to finish." Property owners made us feel very welcome and the property was very clean and well presented. Ideally positioned for the coast and also places of interest inland. We would recommend this property to any couple and we will certainly try to return in the future. G & P Wood . Reviewed by Geoffrey5.0★Oct 2016 "Slightly underwhelmed with the finer details of the accommodation - Seat in Shower not able to be used - difficult for my wife who isn't able to stand for long periods." Kitchen adequate but contained a lot of crockery, glasses etc which we found were not required. Needed to make room for non perishables. small blemishes with décor under window sill in lounge - plaster off. Light switches in Kitchen & Lounge not easy to find when arriving after dark would have thought they would be near to the entry door? All in all a good place to stay and ideally situated for visiting attractions in the area. The village pub was well worth visiting - New Inn - excellent English & Chinese food. Reviewed by Gordon4.0★Sep 2016 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary All ground floor One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC Kitchen Sitting room with dining area. Oil central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off road parking for 2 cars Private patio with furniture Sorry, no smoking and no pets Shop and pub 1 mile Note: No infants or children. The property Roughton 1 mile. Set back from the road in the owners grounds, this lovely semi-detached cottage is attached to the owners home in a hideaway location in the village of Roughton, North Norfolk. This attractive cottage is ideal for couples and solo travellers looking for a quiet retreat, but with plenty to do on your doorstep and with excellent links to the North Norfolk coast and the Broads. Step in to the living room of this lovely cottage, which looks over the back patio, and gives you access to the kitchen and the double bedroom which has an en-suite shower room. This cosy cottage enjoys a suntrap patio, ideal for a morning coffee whilst planning the many things to do for the day or even some alfresco dining whilst recapping on the days adventures. Just a short drive brings you to the stunning Norfolk coastline and popular seaside town of Cromer, famous for its wonderful beach, pier and, of course, its fresh Cromer Crabs! The wonderful network of the Norfolk Broads is also just a short drive away, where you can take a boat out for the day and explore Norfolks beautiful waterways. Ideally located between the small village of Roughton and the popular seaside town of Cromer, where you can enjoy all the delights available, whilst being able to escape to the peace and quiet of your cottage at the end of a busy day. View on map About the location ROUGHTON Cromer 3 miles Sheringham 7 miles Roughton is a small village in North Norfolk just over three miles from Cromer. It is home to a local pub and is where Albert Einstein briefly stayed after he fled Germany. A couple of miles away is the village of Felbrigg which is home to the Felbrigg Estate, owned by the National Trust and which extends over 1760 acres including the Great Wood which surrounds the magnificent Felbrigg Hall. The popular seaside resort of Cromer is known for its wonderful clifftop promenade, with attractive, colourful gardens and seating areas ideally placed for enjoying the stunning panoramic views over the sea. Cromer has a lovely, sandy Blue Flag beach where both children and adults can spend hours building sand castles, swimming, sunbathing or investigating the tidal pools in search of interesting sea creatures, which include young Cromer crabs. Cromer is proud of its beautiful Victorian pier, offering theatre shows, a museum and an RNLI lifeboat station, which is open to visitors and where you can learn about Cromer’s long lifeboat history. Take a nostalgic journey on a steam train at nearby Sheringham, or spend a day driving or cycling along North Norfolk’s beautiful coastline, stopping off to explore its salt marshes and nature reserves rich with birdlife. A lovely holiday location for all. Note: No infants or children.