November's hidden gem - Corpusty

Published: Monday 26th Nov 2018

Written by: Georgia Dawson

Corpusty is our November hidden gem.

The pretty village of Corpusty lies in the picturesque rolling Norfolk countryside, 13 miles from Cromer and 12 miles from Blakeney. Corpusty and its sister village Saxthorpe are connected by the River Bure and are set in the wonderful Bure Valley, with delightful country lanes for cycling and walking. Corpusty has a real community spirit and is a wonderful location for a relaxing, escape-from-it-all getaway to the Norfolk countryside.

Corpusty village signCorpusty mill River running through corpustyA view of Corpusty mill

Corpusty offers all the necessary creature comforts you will need for a well-deserved Norfolk break. The village is complete with a village shop with post office, a traditional public house serving real ales and good food and a wonderful village green with children’s play area. Whether you are travelling with family or enjoying a romantic retreat with a loved one, Corpusty is a wonderful destination.

A view of Corpusty millPublic footpath sign TreesPublic play area Telephone boxShop window

However, if you wanted to travel a little further afield, there is an array of fantastic locations to explore close by. The elegant Georgian town of Holt is just seven miles away and offers a range of fantastic cafes, pubs, boutique shopping and art galleries (we have an office here, too!). The breath-taking Blickling Estate is only five miles away, an iconic Jacobean mansion surrounded by a magnificent garden. The vibrant city of Norwich is only 17 miles south-east of Corpusty, a city of culture with an unrivalled collection of heritage landmarks and an unmissable shopping and food and drink scene. Along the north Norfolk coast, you will discover idyllic coastal villages, salt marshes and nature reserves, where you can walk for miles. Corpusty is situated in a magnificent location to explore everything Norfolk has to offer.

HedgerowVillage map Road into the village

Corpusty properties

Goldsmith’s Cottage

Sleeping three and welcoming two dogs, this delightful end of terrace cottage was built in 1891 and used to be the home to the local mill owner. Nowadays, it offers comfortable and well-equipped accommodation, with everything you need for a relaxing Norfolk break.

Goldsmith's CottageKitchen at Goldsmith's Cottage

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The Old Cottage

Dating back to the 1700s, this traditional brick and flint cottage sleeps four and welcomes two dogs. The Old Cottage has recently been renovated and equipped to a high standard, perfect for a family break to the Norfolk countryside with the dogs.

Front view of The Old CottageView of the kitchen at The Old Cottage

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The Old Bakehouse

Sleeping two and welcoming one dog, this modern house offers open-plan living with a lovely view of the village green. The Old Bakehouse is complete with a ground floor and first floor bedroom, two bathrooms and a sunny enclosed courtyard, perfect for eating out on warmer days.

Exterior of Old BakehouseOld Bakehouse living room

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Georgia Dawson
Georgia Dawson



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