Seal

Seal is a 1-bed cottage designed for couples. The colour palette is reminiscent of the grey seals who frequent the nearby coastline. Muted natural shades contrast with striking tones of black and charcoal. Natural oak, slate, linen and cow hide set the mood.

A beautiful hand-built kitchen is open plan to the living area with a huge ancient fireplace with log burning stove.

There is a large bedroom with a European king four-poster bed and a chaise longue and roll top cast iron bath in the room. There is a separate shower room with oversized console basin and WC and walk-in shower tiled in black slate pebble.

Seal also has free wifi, freeview TV, DVD player, digital radio, ipod/iphone dock, dishwasher, hairdryer, central heating and access to washing machine/ironing. Towels, linens and logs provided.

Seal is approx 65 sq metres and has a private terrace, with table and chairs, that gives onto the shared garden.  There is off-road parking. Views to the front are across the garden onto open fields, views behind are of the Hall and west barn. 

Seal is a great base from which to catch a boat trip to the seal colony at Blakeney Point, followed by a scenic outdoor lunch of local produce at the Wiveton Hall Cafe.

Kitchen Detail of Norfolk Holiday Cottage Seal

Seal

Seal holiday cottage sleeps two guests and is available to hire from £900 per week / £475 for a long weekend.

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Pale hues, oak floors, open fireplaces and driftwood art are among the touches giving a coastal feel to Sharrington Hall. Four self-catering cottages, for couples or groups of four, are found in the grounds of this Jacobean manor house, five miles inland from the North Sea. From here, guests have the pick of the North Norfolk coast, including the endless horizons of Holkham Beach, the seal colony at Blakeney Point and a chance to feast on Cromer crab at the namesake seaside resort.

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