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220 properties found
Cley, Norfolk

Apple House - Norfolk

2111

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7 nights

£531 - £768

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Holt (4mls SE), Norfolk

Catlin Cottage

2211

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7 nights

£643 - £1,073

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Blakeney - Norfolk, Norfolk Coast

Dinky Cottage

2112

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7 nights

£463 - £778

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Blakeney, Norfolk

Middle Cottage - Blakeney

2111

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7 nights

£844 - £2,034

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Blakeney, Norfolk Coast

Muriel Cottage

211

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7 nights

£475 - £788

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Blakeney, Norfolk

Le Corsaire

3212

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7 nights

£596 - £910

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Blakeney, Norfolk

Turnstones - Blakeney

3211

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7 nights

£474 - £803

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Blakeney, Norfolk Coast

Dotty's Cottage

4212

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7 nights

£562 - £1,138

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Blakeney - Norfolk, Norfolk Coast

Parsley Cottage

4212

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7 nights

£653 - £1,214

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Cley, Norfolk

Nooky House

422

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7 nights

£750 - £1,251

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Blakeney, Norfolk Coast

Pear Tree Cottage

4212

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7 nights

£725 - £1,260

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Blakeney, Norfolk Coast

Reeve Cottage

4211

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7 nights

£561 - £1,057

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Cley-next-the-Sea

Birds, beautiful scenery and smashing coastal views await you in the unspoilt village of Cley-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk coast. Our cottages in Cley are quintessentially Norfolk: pebble-dashed exteriors, cosy cottage-style interiors, beautiful gardens and the best coast and country views. 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 a birdwatching mecca. All of the North Norfolk coast is good, of course, but Cley-next-the-Sea has that bit extra: 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 to look through, you can borrow binoculars, and you can enjoy a Danish pastry and cappuccino in the cafe 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! 

The windmill at Cley is one of Norfolk’s best-known landmarks, dating back to the 18th century, and we would highly recommend having dinner in its unique restaurant during your holiday. You also have a number of walking trails on your doorstep, notably Blakeney Point which starts as a narrow strip from Cley Beach car park before widening to marram grass-covered dunes opposite Blakeney Harbour. Other Norfolk towns and villages near Cley include Holt, Weybourne and Sheringham

Browse our range of Cley cottages to find the perfect base for your next Norfolk getaway.