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Cley Cottages

The delightful village of Cley lies in a wonderful position on the beautiful North Norfolk coast. The main street winds its way past pretty flint cottages and houses, there is a very good delicatessen, smokehouse, pottery, gallery, bookshop, a restaurant and two pubs, which serve meals, in the village.

Anyone with a passing interest in Birds will tell you, Cley is the birding Mecca – All of the North Norfolk coast is good, of cause, but Cley-next-the-Sea has that bit extra, those essential ingredients: a wide range of natural habitats for breeding and feeding, a prime position on bird migration routes, sensible and long-established farming practices and, above all, plenty of goodwill towards feathered creatures.

You don't' have to be a knowledgeable twitcher to appreciate The Cley National Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre, there are plenty of books & birding paraphernalia to look through, you can borrow binoculars and where else can you enjoy a Danish pastry & cappuccino in a café whilst taking in the stunning views out to marshes – maybe spotting a spectacle flock of Brent geese, an avocet scything the mud or even a bittern if you're lucky!

Cley-next-the-Sea has far more than just birds, – the windmill here, is one of Norfolk's best known landmarks, dating back to 18th century and we would highly recommend having dinner in this unique restaurant, during your holiday.

Staying in this location you also have walking opportunities on your doorstep, notably the famous Blakeney Point starting as a narrow strip from Cley beach car park before widening out to where marram-grass-covered dunes rise on its landward side opposite Blakeney harbour.

With so many places of interest along the North Norfolk Coast to explore, it is easy to see why Cley-next-the-Sea makes a great holiday location to be based in.

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Showing the bungalow side on from the roadside appoach. Contemporary but comfortably furnished Sitting Room. A lovely view across the field to the village of Cley.

Little Emmaus in Cley North Norfolk Coast

Little Emmaus is a newly constructed bungalow, situated in a peaceful location on the outskirts of Cley. From the rear patio there are excellent views down to St Margaret's Church.
Visit England 4 stars
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Sorry, no pets
Prices Per Week: £316 to £558
The outside of this very pretty cottage and garden area. View of kitchen sink and dining table and chairs. Double bedroom with high ceiling.

1 Catlin Cottages in Cley North Norfolk Coast

1 Catlin Cottages is tucked away in a quiet position at the end of a pretty flower-lined loke but within a few minutes' walk of the centre of Cley. It is a charming, early 19th century, former fisherman's cottage.
Visit England 3 stars
Visit England Gold Award
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Sorry, no pets
Prices Per Week: £328 to £574
A traditional cottage situated in the centre of the village and a particularly pleasant south-facing garden with views across to the Glaven Valley. The coastal pathway across the marshes to Blakeney is on the doorstep Spacious and pleasantly furnished with comfortable seating and a multifuel stove for cosy evenings Light and airy dining area with table and chairs, perfect for family meals

2 Spring Villas in Cley North Norfolk Coast

A traditional, comfortable cottage with a pleasant south-facing garden in the middle of Cley and all amenities in wallking distance
Visit England 3 stars
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: Welcome
Prices Per Week: £349 to £594
The exterior image of this attractive property Sitting room with comfortable seating Bedroom two has a double bed

Paston in Cley North Norfolk Coast

A detached house set in a wildlife garden with a small orchard and pond, Paston is a well equipped and comfortable home. Perfectly situated for exploring the glorious north Norfolk coastline and inland villages
Visit England 3 stars
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Sorry, no pets
Prices Per Week: £452 to £813
The pretty exterior of Byeways Cottage. Cosy comfortable seating area with wood burning stove and stairs leading up to first floor. View of bedroom with wrought iron double bed and pretty blue and yellow bed covers.

Byeways Cottage in Cley North Norfolk Coast

Character cottage in the centre of the chic, coastal village of Cley. great for families with very versatile accommodation to suit families and couples. Enjoy the delights of the surrounding countryside and coastal towns...
Visit England 4 stars
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: Welcome
Prices Per Week: £530 to £1018
Roses adorn this delightful detached cottage Very spacious Sitting Room with comfy sofas Bedroom 2 with wooden floor and metal framed bedstead

Orchard Cottage in Cley North Norfolk Coast

A spacious property on a quiet lane with the centre of Cley within easy walking distance, giving you the opportunity of really enjoying all that this popular coastal village has to offer.
Visit England 3 stars
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Pets: Welcome
Prices Per Week: £633 to £1143
A view over the fields to Barn Drift. The attractive sitting room is very spacious. The dining kitchen is light & airy.

Barn Drift in Cley North Norfolk Coast

This luxurious barn conversion offers exceptional accommodation in a stunning setting over looking the North Norfolk Coast at Cley. Superb value for money, compare the per night price with local hotels, you will be the w...
Visit England 5 stars
Visit England Gold Award
  • Sleeps: 14
  • Bedrooms: 8
  • Pets: Welcome
Prices Per Week: £3435 to £5014

* Please note the guide prices do not include other optional fees such as pet fees