- Sleeps 16
- 8 Bedrooms
- Friday changeover
- No Pets
- Short Breaks
- Coastal View
- Welcome Pack
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From as little as £31 per person per night, this is superb value for money and a great opportunity to enjoy excellent accommodation in a unique and private location.
Scaldbeck House is a magnificent early 1920s house of brick and flint construction. The accommodation is extremely spacious and lends itself extremely well to large house parties, be it groups of friends or families. Set within nine acres and enjoying far reaching views over the marshes to Blakeney Point, peace and quiet and total privacy are guaranteed. Its wide sweeping terraces lend themselves to early evening relaxation with a glass of wine. Shop: 1 mile Pub: 0.5 miles
Main Entrance Hall with attractive York stone flooring and oak staircase
Dining/Breakfast Room with large table and chairs for 16 people
Sitting Room with comfortable seating for eight and TV
Formal Dining Room with table and chairs for eight people
Drawing Room with comfortable seating for 16 people, TV and open fire
Main Kitchen with American fridge/freezer, range cooker, wine cooler, warming oven, dishwasher and TV
Secondary Kitchen with two fridges, electric oven and hob and second dishwasher, door to
Pantry with third dishwasher and Belfast sink
Rear Entrance Hall/Boot Room with washer/dryer
Tern with zip and link twin beds, TV with Freeview and En-Suite Wet Room with shower, bath, washbasin and wc, this room is suitable for guests with mobility problems
First Floor: (bedrooms as named)
Large Landing with sitting area, comfortable seating and views over Blakeney Pit
Avocet with zip and link twin beds and TV and En-Suite Bathroom with bath, over-bath shower, double basins, wc and decorative feature fireplace
Curlew with zip and link twin beds, TV and decorative Victorian fireplace
Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin, wc
Dunlin with zip and link twin beds, TV and decorative Victorian fireplace
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, washbasin and wc
Knot with king-size four poster bed, pop up TV, sea views and En-Suite Bathroom with free-standing bath with hand held shower, double washbasins and wc
Oyster Catcher with zip and link twin beds , TV with Freeview and views over Blakeney Harbour and En-Suite Shower Room with shower cubicle, and wc
Redshank with zip and link twin beds and TV with Freeview and En-Suite Bathroom with bath, over-bath shower, washbasin and wc
Sandpiper with zip and link twin beds, TV and En-Suite Bathroom with bath, washbasin and wc
Annexe: Wet Room with sink and drainer is ideal for wet sailing gear and other outdoor clothing. Games/Main Room with bi-folding doors with views over the sea and courtyard, TV and games
Garden: Two terraces, courtyard and lawned garden, garden furniture and gas barbecue.
Parking: Ample parking.
Heating: O.F.C.H, thermostatically controlled and underfloor heating to Tern, kitchens and all bathrooms.
Also Provided: Towels. Books and games. Firewood in the winter for selected fireplaces. WiFi and iPod Dock.
Extras: A housekeeping deposit of £600 is payable to the owner before the start of the holiday..
Notes: All beds can be made up to super-king doubles, please request bed configuration on booking. All bed linen and towels are Egyptian cotton. Tern also has allergy free bedding. Cot, stairgates and highchair are available on request, please advise when booking. Three nights weekend breaks - Friday start and four night midweek breaks - Monday start are discounted by 25% of the seven night price.
The small Norfolk Village of Stiffkey sits in one of the most attractive areas of the North Norfolk Coast. Surrounded by bird reserves, sandy beaches, some superb sailing and walking opportunities, this is the place to holiday. Morston and nearby Blakeney Point and harbour are owned or controlled by the National Trust. There are some superb shopping opportunities in the surrounding market towns of Holt, Burnham Market and Wells. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty with wonderful coastal paths and the fabulous RSPB site at Cley. Morston is also home to the Galton Blackiston Michelin starred restaurant at Morston Hall, where you are guaranteed a unique dining experience.