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A charming white and light blue cottage, the Holt Hideaway is the perfect coastal retreat for a couple in the picturesque town of Holt, known for its art, antique galleries and Georgian charm.
Set just off the town’s High Street, this classic Norfolk coastal style home is a real treat, beautifully fusing traditional charm and chic, modern styles.
The large living room has all the space a couple could need for relaxing. Two large button-back Chesterfield sofas sit before the quaint fireplace and large TV, so you can take all the time you need to switch off, unwind and enjoy one another’s company, while there’s a dining table for enjoying delicious meals. And you can thoroughly enjoy preparing them in your fabulous corner kitchen, fully-equipped with a surprising number of modern amenities tucked away in it.
Step upstairs and enter your king-size master suite, with seating, a lovely feature wall, white-scrubbed floorboards, and a Velux window to each side so you can enjoy the sun streaming in. The room itself features an oval bath for the most romantic dip, while there’s a state-of-the-art walk-in wet room across the corridor.
Even the fabulous town-centre location isn’t enough to exclude you enjoying a private garden, in this case, a small shingled courtyard where you can soak up the sunshine and listen to the calm life of this quaint town. Abounding with local art, antique galleries and fashion boutiques, as well as charming pubs and restaurants, Holt is a delightful town where you can enjoy a perfect day of strolling and window-shopping. If you fancy a stroll along the beach, the coast is just 4 miles away, giving you the best of both worlds.
from £850 per week
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