Shell

One of our 2-bed 2-bath cottages, Shell’s spirit pays homage to the Shell Gallery that was formerly sited in the west barn of Sharrington Hall. The colours are a sophisticated soft blend of oyster, silver and taupe, and subtle playful shell motifs decorate the house in the form of lampshades and mirrors.

The kitchen has a hand-built painted kitchen and antique French refectory table and chairs. There is open access to a separate sitting room, with a contemporary L-shaped sofa, large open fireplace and log burning stove.

There are two ensuite double bedrooms. One has a European king four-poster bed, antique chest, hanging space and grand doors opening into a bathroom with cast iron roll top bath, WC and basin. The second bedroom offers twin or superking bed with large doors opening into a bathroom with WC, basin and walk-in shower tiled in oyster-coloured pebbles. 

Shell is approx 100 sq metres and 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.

Shell has a private terrace, with table and chairs, that gives onto the shared garden. There is off-road parking. Views are across the garden onto open fields at the front, the Hall and west barn behind, and onto the Hall green at the side. 

Shell is a great base for walking and crabbing at Blakeney followed by a trip to the seashore van at Morston for a plate of fresh local oysters.

Norfolk Holiday Cottage Detail of Shell

Shell

Shell holiday cottage sleeps between two and four guests and is available to hire from £975 per week / £525 for a long weekend.

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"A delightful week in Shell Cottage. The night sky outside the cottage is breathtaking, the stunning beaches at Holkam Bay, seal-watching on Blakeney Point, annual country fair at Holkham Hall and lots of great seafood/pub food/real ale. This is a lovely and friendly part of the world and Cartshed is a great base."

Stephen

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