🌈 Recently featured in an article in Norfolk Magazine as one of Norfolk's top 8 Airbnb's with the following review; “If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air you’ll love this old two-bedroomed fisherman’s cottage found just a short walk away from the shingle beach in Cley near Blakeney. The interior is whimsically decorated with lots of fun, local art on the walls. Guests talk of beautiful views across the marshland and the local deli as added perks". Also with high speed fibre optic WiFi!! ❤️
“Great little find. Perfect in January as it was quiet in the village- but the coffee shops were closed for the month. That was fine for us. Dangerous deli along the road (as in REALLY nice nibbles, etc... watch out for your budget!). There is a well stocked Spar in Blankey, 2min drive. Cley marshes visitor centre was wonderful- lovely warm, interesting cafe informative centre.”
Welcome. Kiln Cottage, Blakeney, is our family home which we would like you to enjoy. It is the perfect location for a holiday or short stay capturing the magical beauty and tranquillity of the North Norfolk coast without having to use the car. This modern cottage, built to traditional Norfolk flint pebble design, is just a moment’s walk from wildlife, the coastal path, the village harbour, shops and eateries while offering total peace and quiet. Parking for two cars. Discount for 7 nights plus
“This delightful cottage was our first air BNB in the UK and only our second ever. Lawrence is a super host and now we understand why. Communications from start to finish were speedy and extremely helpful. On arrival we saw immediately that the photos and description did not lie. The cottage is immaculate, clean and stylish but also very comfortable. It is in a great location in Blakeney only a couple of minutes walk from the Quay but very quiet. Lawrence is very knowledgeable about the area and leaves his guests good tips for sightseeing and places to eat and shop . On arrival we found that we had been left a bottle of wine and some delicious biscuits as well as tea coffee milk etc together with a good supply of condiments and staples. There are books and games for guest use too as well as a wood burning stove. If you want to cook the kitchen is well supplied with pots pans utensils etc. We can confirm too that the cottage is cosy in winter weather. We plan to return and would definitely recommend both Lawrence and the cottage itself.”
Ideally located in a desirable private road in the charming coastal village of Cley-next-the-Sea - a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Stylish first class accommodation, perfect for two. Pretty views, off road parking and private garden. Open fire & Wood- burning stove. Walk to the beach or take a pleasant stroll to the nearby Wiveton Hall and Farm as seen in the BBC's "Normal for Norfolk"
“Sky Blue Cottage is a very stylishly furnished and decorated cottage right in the centre of the village and has absolutely everything you could think of - logs for the fire, blankets for the tv, even electric blankets for the very comfy bed, and lovely touches like a welcome bottle of wine, nibbles and biscuits. Very clear instructions given for everything which is very helpful, and an excellently equipped kitchen. First class. The local smokehouse a few minutes away had an amazing and delicious array of foods, as did the deli, both of which we availed of. If you want a very quiet away-from -it -all place this is ideal, there were not many people about in the village and not a sound or a light at night. The local pub was closed and due to reopen soon we understand and the next nearest one was also closed the night we walked there! Cley Windmill is literally a few minutes walk away and has a quaint dining room with a limited menu, very trad food, lovely staff. Blakeney is a short drive away and has a couple of good pubs, in fact we regretted that we weren't staying for the weekend as there were various events on there, live music etc. Normally you can access Cley beach from the windmill so just a few minutes walk away from the cottage but the path was closed for renovation, we drove to the car park on the beach a little further away and walked to Blakeney Point where we saw the seal colony - millions of them - fantastic! Would absolutely recommend Fraser's place for a quiet few days away in a beautiful place.”