1 Carpenters Cottage
HOLT • Sleeps 4 • Dogs welcome
1 Carpenters Cottage is a superb option for couples and families that are looking to explore Norfolk from a convenient, central location. Holt provides a wide range of interesting shops and restaurants, many with independent and unique characters. Created with thought and care for your enjoyment with abundant touches of luxury, enquire now to find out more on this luxury Georgian Grade II Listed cottage.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
1 Carpenters Cottage offers two comfortable, stylish bedrooms on its first floor, both of which having been lovingly created to give guests the best possible rest after a busy day on the beach (or shopping and enjoying the local eateries, whatever takes your fancy!). They are accessed by using the wide, straight staircase and anyone with mobility concerns can be reassured that the staircase has no turns with rails to provide assistance.
Bedroom 1 has a comfy king-sized bed, ample storage and is characterised by the prominent wooden beams and Victorian styled furniture.
Bedroom 2 is a twin arrangement that has two full sized single beds and replicates the style and feel of the double. Both rooms are fresh and airy with plenty of natural light in the day, while being cosy and intimate in the evening.
On the 1st floor landing you also access the luxury master bathroom, here you’ll find a sanctuary of calm and relaxation where a good soak will never feel more appealing in the calm tones of the bathroom and its stylish decor. The Victorian styled roll top bath just begs for a nice glass of wine and a book!
On the ground floor, you have the added benefit of a shower room that is situated just next to the utility room. This is so convenient if you’ve just come off the beach and the children need a good scrubbing down.
Living Space and Kitchen
The lounge is a stylish and comfortable space towards the rear of the property in which relaxation cannot be avoided, even by the most pressured of parents or after the longest of drives. Arrive and immediately get settled in, just make sure you have someone on hand to provide waiter service from the kitchen! Facilities in this room include widescreen TV and feature electric fire.
The kitchen is nearby on the ground floor and offers everything that you would hope for in a holiday cottage. Induction hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven and microwave are accompanied by a full inventory of crockery, glassware and utensils.
A round table is also positioned in the kitchen making this a great place to gather and dine, whether is for toast and OJ in the morning or champagne and local oysters in the evening.
The spacious rear entrance hallway houses a hidden utility area for the washing machine and tumble dryer. This hallway also has great storage for coats and shoes room.
Off-road parking at the rear of the property for 1 car. Additional parking can be paid for at the nearby carpark adjacent to Budgens.
This property does not offer a BBQ.
Holt is situated close to Norfolk’s prestigious North coast. An old market town that has found renewed life, it revels in the popularity that comes from its proximity to places like Blakeney and Cley-next-Sea. Almost all of its buildings were burnt down in 1808 when a fire broke out and obliterated the town. The rebuild has resulted in a rather handsome Georgian centre. One of the oldest surviving buildings though is Gresham’s School; Norfolk’s most prestigious public school dating from 1555.
Holt is a cosmopolitan town, with elegant colour-washed houses and narrow lanes running off the high street. With numerous independent shops, there are some pretty courtyards too; Old Stable Yard, Lee’s Yard, Chapel Yard, Feather’s Yard and Apple Yard. As well as some fabulous bakers, fishmongers, butchers a fish and chip shop and newsagents, there are a large number of clothes shops, galleries, food emporiums and kitchen shops and a plethora of cafes and tea rooms for you to enjoy, Byfords deserves special mention!
Drive out of the town and you will come across lovely villages such as Wiveton with its renowned pub, The Wiveton Bell. Don’t forget to also visit the Wiveton Caf? between Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea and Picnic Fayre; a delightful deli in the village of Cley. Cley is also great for a day out and be sure to visit the RSPB nature reserve. Drive a little further east along the coast road and you will come across Salthouse with a great pub, The Dun Cow and the quirky Cookies; a famous fish shed which serves wonderful fish dishes overlooking the marsh. Additionally, the Kings Head in Letheringsett just a 3 minute drive away.
Nearby Weybourne is also a visit. A pretty village with a windmill, it sits on the coast road just west of Sheringham. Weybourne’s North Norfolk Railway station lies a mile from the village.
Be sure to also take a trip to see the Seals at Blakeney!
At a glance
Sleeps up to 4 people
One off-road parking space
Two 1st floor bedrooms; 1 twin, 1 king double
Family bathroom on 1st floor with separate large bath and shower on 1st floor
Couples, Family and Friends retreat
Child friendly; Stairgate, highchair and travel cot available
Complimentary Barefoot hamper
Bath robes and slippers
White 5* Towels and linens
Arrival Day: Saturday
Arrival Time: 4pm
Departure Time: 10am
7/14 night stays and 3 night short breaks start on a Saturday 4 night short breaks start on a Tuesday
Short breaks are priced at 80% of full-week price. Alternative start days may be possible outside peak weeks.
|Dates||7 night price||Short breaks*|
|7th September 2019 → 27th September 2019||£750||£600|
|28th September 2019 → 18th October 2019||£625||£500|
|19th October 2019 → 1st November 2019||£720||£576|
|2nd November 2019 → 8th November 2019||£660||£528|
|9th November 2019 → 20th December 2019||£475||£380|
|21st December 2019 → 27th December 2019||£995||£796|
|28th December 2019 → 3rd January 2020||£995||£796|
|4th January 2020 → 14th February 2020||£495||£396|
|15th February 2020 → 21st February 2020||£675||£540|
|22nd February 2020 → 13th March 2020||£495||£396|
|14th March 2020 → 27th March 2020||£625||£500|
|28th March 2020 → 3rd April 2020||£675||£540|
|4th April 2020 → 17th April 2020||£895||£716|
|18th April 2020 → 24th April 2020||£795||£636|
|25th April 2020 → 1st May 2020||£675||£540|
|2nd May 2020 → 8th May 2020||£625||£500|
|9th May 2020 → 15th May 2020||£740||£592|
|16th May 2020 → 22nd May 2020||£625||£500|
|23rd May 2020 → 29th May 2020||£1050||£840|
|30th May 2020 → 19th June 2020||£675||£540|
|20th June 2020 → 26th June 2020||£740||£592|
|27th June 2020 → 3rd July 2020||£795||£636|
|4th July 2020 → 24th July 2020||£975||£780|
|25th July 2020 → 28th August 2020||£1050||£840|
|29th August 2020 → 4th September 2020||£895||£716|
|5th September 2020 → 11th September 2020||£740||£592|
|12th September 2020 → 25th September 2020||£675||£540|
|26th September 2020 → 16th October 2020||£625||£500|
|17th October 2020 → 30th October 2020||£740||£592|
|31st October 2020 → 6th November 2020||£625||£500|
|7th November 2020 → 18th December 2020||£495||£396|
|19th December 2020 → 25th December 2020||£1050||£840|
|26th December 2020 → 1st January 2021||£1050||£840|
|Later dates||Please contact us for details|
|Rates shown do not include £20 booking fee.||*available outside peak weeks|