•  Free Wi-Fi
  • Private Parking x2
  •  Garden
  •  Dogs allowed x2
  • Friday turnround

IMG_4361White House is a delightful detached brick and flint cottage dating back to the 1700s, with a lovely garden. The cottage is situated along a quiet lane, with the Wiveton Bell gastro-pub few minutes walk away. It is within easy reach of the shops, cafés and pubs of Blakeney, Salthouse and Cley-next-the-Sea. The lovely Georgian market town of Holt is also nearby. White House has been fully renovated to create a comfortable, peaceful retreat close to the sea, yet away from the busy coast road.

IMG_2805The welcoming kitchen features a large bay window overlooking the garden. It has a fresh blue and white colour IMG_2809scheme and tiled floor. A Rayburn range keeps the room cosy whatever the weather, and the kitchen is fully equipped with electric cooker, fridge-freezer, dishwasher and microwave.

An oak-framed glass door opens into a dining hall at the centre of the house with windows into the conservatory. The large pine table comfortably seats six, and along one wall are IMG_2798bookshelves crammed with plenty of great holiday reading material. An oak staircase leads to the first floor.

IMG_2742The larger of the two sitting rooms at the front of the house has a wood-burning stove, TV/DVD player, sofa and armchairs – everything you need for cosy evenings in. Connecting doors open into the spacious and tranquil conservatory, furnished with sofa and chairs.

The second sitting room, with Bose radio/CD player, IMG_2747armchairs and work table, can be used as a quiet ‘snug’ or office area. This is very useful for guests needing to do a little work while on holiday – the IMG_2758free Wi-Fi helps too.

There is a downstairs bathroom with toilet, hand basin, and shower.

Upstairs are two king-size bedrooms, both of which have a light and airy feel. They each have a large built-in wardrobe and plenty of hanging and drawer space. A selection of ‘arts and crafts’ style fabrics complement the simple and practical IMG_2821accommodation.

The upstairs bathroom is equipped with toilet, hand IMG_2835basin, bath and electric shower.

The house has oil-fired central heating.

The owners converted a former farm building at the end of the garden into the third bedroom. This large, high-ceilinged room has French windows onto the garden, a double bed, sofa and chairs, hanging and drawer space, and a DVD IMG_4369player. The ensuite bathroom has an electric shower, toilet and basin, with a washing machine and tumble dryer IMG_4383tucked neatly away behind a cupboard door.

Outside is the cottage garden, planted with traditional flowers and shrubs and abundant roses, with an outlook across the fields towards Blakeney church. The sheltered garden catches plenty of sun all day long, so it’s ideal for alfresco dining. The gravel driveway provides parking for two cars.

IMG_4394You’re welcome to bring your doggie chums along to enjoy their stay at White House. IMG_4365There’s a charge of £20 per dog, and owners must read the house rules and clear up all evidence of their stay both inside and outside the cottage.

Wiveton boasts some spectacular food and drink hot spots. The multi award-winning Wiveton Bell is one of the best pubs in the area. Wiveton Hall Café, another gastronomic highlight of North Norfolk, hosts BBQ and tapas nights throughout the summer. Boasting far-reaching views across the marshes and IMG_4399out to sea, it’s also the location of a ‘pick your own’ farm with some of the best strawberries, IMG_4350raspberries and asparagus in the country. The Art Café at Glandford serves delicious, locally sourced vegetarian dishes and artisan coffee, while the Dun Cow at Salthouse and the George at Cley are excellent pubs with great food and views over the marshes. A ten-minute walk to Cley brings you to a wonderful deli and the very special Cley Smokehouse.

IMG_4319Wiveton is a perfect starting point for walks across the marshes to Blakeney, Cley IMG_4279beach and Salthouse, or over Wiveton Dow, a site of special scientific interest and nature reserve. It is an ideal base for bird-watchers, with the RSPB reserves at Cley and Titchwell within easy reach.

Ideally placed in the quiet conservation village of Wiveton, and close to the coastal villages of Blakeney, Cley, and the Georgian market town of Holt, we’re sure you’ll love this IMG_4297charming cottage.

Check White House’s availability below or get in touch for more details.

Accommodation

  • Total Bedrooms x2
  • Sleeps x6
  • Double beds x1
  • Kingsize beds x2
  • Reception rooms x3
  • Ground floor bathrooms x2
  • Total Bathrooms x3

Equipment

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Iron & board
  • Airer
  • Large fridge freezer
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Freeview/Freesat
  • DVD player

Property

  • Garden furniture
  • BBQ
  • Fire - Woodburner
  • Heating - Oil
  • Parking x2 - Private
  • Garden
  • Children allowed
  • Dogs allowed x2 (£20)

Check availability

Note: 7 day bookings for this cottage start on a Friday

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  • Number of nights:

  • Mon 16th Oct
    Mon 23rd Oct
    Unavailable as a start date
     
  • Tue 17th Oct
    Tue 24th Oct
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  • Wed 18th Oct
    Wed 25th Oct
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  • Thu 19th Oct
    Thu 26th Oct
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  • Fri 20th Oct
    Fri 27th Oct
    Unavailable as a start date
     
  • Sat 21st Oct
    Sat 28th Oct
    Unavailable as a start date
     
  • Sun 22nd Oct
    Sun 29th Oct
    Stays cannot start on a Sunday
     
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If you would rather book by phone, please call 01263 741777 between 9:30am and 5:00pm

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