Shorelark Cottage - 3 Bed Family Cottage close to Sea and Heath

For up to 6 Persons

About the Accommodation


The cottage comes with instant electric heating and wifi throughout.

Ground Floor:

Sitting Room: A welcoming and light room with comfortable seating and smart TV.

Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer.

Utility Room: A door leads to the back garden via a utility room containing a washer and dryer.

Dining Room: A light room at the back of the house overlooking the garden with seating for six

Bedroom 3: Twin room with bunk beds, wardrobe and drawers

First Floor:

Bedroom 1: King Size with en-suite and front and rear views, wardrobes, drawers, and dressing table

Bedroom 2: Double with wardrobe and drawer space

Bathroom: with L Shaped bath, over-bath shower, washbasin, and WC

Also Provided: Bedding, sheets and Towels, cot, high chair, books, radio


Garden: There is a front garden area and an enclosed rear garden with a summerhouse and trampoline. There is a spacious patio area with a dining table and 6 chairs and a charcoal barbecue.

Parking: Parking on the roadside directly outside the house (not designated).

Please note: This is a non-smoking property. We would also appreciate any noise is kept to a minimum, to respect the neighbours.

Well behaved pets welcome too! 

Address: NR25 7EQ Holt, United Kingdom

Size: 7 Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Double bed, 1 Child bed, 1 King size bed, 2 Couches

Prices: 69 GBP - 125 GBP / Night

More pricing information:

7 Night Weekly Rates (Fri-Fri) from:

Low Season - From £483 p/w

Mid Season - From £665 p/w

High Season - From £840 p/w

Please note ** There is a 3-night minimum stay at the property and a 7-night minimum stay in school holidays (Friday - Friday). Please bear this in mind when searching availability. **

Please contact us directly for any special offers or last-minute deals on email:

For our full terms and conditions please click here


  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Dryer
  • Hangers
  • Pets allowed
  • High chair
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Cable TV
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Washing machine
  • Free Parking on premises
  • Iron
  • Smoking not allowed


Please note to comply with COVID related guidelines the check in/out times are as follows:-

  • Check in from 4pm
  • Check out by 10am

It may be possible to arrive earlier/check out later but please enquire directly a week prior to your stay to check if this is feasible at


There is so much to do in the area that the list is exhaustive. Here are a few of our favourites...

North Norfolk Steam Railway

From the smart Victorian seaside resort of Sheringham to the Georgian town of Holt, the North Norfolk Railway runs through the county's most stunning coastal scenery. Operated almost entirely by volunteers from all walks of life, the line is East Anglia's premier heritage railway. Steam trains operate daily from April to October and the nearest station to the cottage is Kelling Heath which is a 10-minute drive away. For further info please visit

Weybourne Circular Walk

There are many great walks around and along the North Norfolk coast. From the cottage, you can do the 5-mile circular Weybourne walk (see pic). More walks in the area can be found by clicking here

North Norfolk Coast

The nearest beach at Weybourne (pebbly) can be reached from the cottage via the Muckleburgh Museum (about a 15 min walk from the cottage). The nearby sandy beaches of Sheringham and Cromer are just a 10 and 15-minute drive away respectively. In the other direction, you can reach Blakeney Point (for Seal Watching trips) in 15 mins by car and the beautiful sandy beach at Wells next the Sea in 30 mins.

Sheringham Park (National Trust)

Sheringham Park is a landscape park and gardens near Sheringham on the A323. The park surrounds Sheringham Hall which is privately occupied, but Sheringham Park is in the care of the National Trust and open to visitors. There are fine mature woodlands and a large variety of rhododendrons and azaleas. For further information please visit

Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary

A great morning or afternoon out can be found at Hillside. Not only do they have the beautiful Shire Horses but also rescued animals including pigs, goats, cows, ducks, birds... There is a cafe and a children's play area and it's only £6 for adults and £4 for kids over 3. More details can be found at

Blakeney Point

Blakeney Point is home to England's largest Grey Seal colony and many summer breeding birds. The best way to get close and personal to the wildlife on Blakeney Point is to book a trip on one of the locally operated ferry trips departing from Morston Quay. Please note: it is not possible to walk to see the seals on Blakeney Point.

Holkham Hall

This 18th century Palladian house sits within a 25,000-acre estate on the north Norfolk coast and is home to the 8th Earl of Leicester and his family. Surrounded by rolling parkland, the estate is home to Fallow Deer as well as historical landmarks.

More information and days out can be found by clicking here


Cottage Sat Nav: NR25 7EQ

There are plenty of ways to get to north Norfolk from within the UK or from overseas. North Norfolk is easy to access from the north, west, or south of the country, and the A11 dual carriageway makes travel from the southeast and swift. The Broadland Northway provides quicker and easier access from Norwich and once in north Norfolk, there are lots of ways to get around.

TAKE THE TRAIN TO NORTH NORFOLK Greater Anglia trains leave London Liverpool Street and King's Cross every hour, arriving in just under two hours into Norwich or King's Lynn. From Norwich, you can catch a regular train to Cromer or Sheringham, and from there and King's Lynn, there are connecting local bus services.

TAKE A COACH TO NORTH NORFOLK Coaches, including National Express, travel daily into north Norfolk from the Midlands, London, and the southeast.

FLY THEN TRAVEL TO NORTH NORFOLK The nearest airports are London Stansted and Norwich International, whilst Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, and East Midlands airports are within easy reach by road and rail.

TAKE A FERRY TO NORTH NORFOLK Rail and sail from Holland: Stena Line's Dutchflyer Rail & Sail service provides city-to-city travel by rail and ferry from Amsterdam/Rotterdam to Norwich, via Harwich International. Then either take a train or bus to north Norfolk.

GETTING AROUND NORTH NORFOLK The Coasthopper operated by Sanders Coaches runs between Wells, Cromer, and North Walsham (see timetable) and the Lynx Coastliner, runs between Wells, Fakenham, and King's Lynn (see timetable). The route between Fakenham and Norwich is run by First (see timetable). Or travel around in style with Anglian Chauffeur Services, (the only transport provider in Norfolk who has been awarded Welcome Host Gold from Welcome to Excellence), who can be at your service for the duration of your stay, acting as a personal guide on days out. You can also hire a bike, and even an e-bike, to get around.

Transport Links Nearest Airport: Norwich International Airport 39 km

Nearest Ferry Port: Harwich International Port 107 km

Nearest Railway Station: Sheringham 6 km

Nearest Motorway Junction: A1(M) 122 km