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We are always expanding our fantastic portfolio with new and exciting holiday cottages.

As you'd expect, it takes time to collate all the information, photograph new properties and set them live on our website.  So... in that short spell before a property being ready to book we thought you would appreciate seeing what's coming soon. If anything takes your fancy, get in touch and we'll see what we can do for you.

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14 Hill Street, Hunstanton – Sleeps 5

An attractive, late Victorian terraced house that would make an ideal holiday home for families or a small group of friends wishing to holiday together. Built with a mellow carrstone facade, this cottage has been beautifully refurbished by its current owners to create a traditional seaside base, located as it is just a short stroll from the beach. With a local theatre, Sea Life Centre, Rainbow Park Funfair and indoor soft play area in the town, Hunstanton is also famed for its iconic red and white striped cliffs, sandy beach and glorious sunsets. Shop/Pub: within walking distance.

The Magazine, Sedgeford – Sleeps 5

Built in 1642 this ancient chapel-style building was created to disguise its actual use as a munitions store during the English Civil War. Its style and sense of history will charm you from the moment you step inside the front door. Nowadays it is a magical holiday home that still retains many of its original features such as the triptych windows, beautiful beams, original flooring and fireplaces but also offers creature comforts for modern living. Being an ancient building it is set over various levels from the kitchen breakfast room on the lower floor to the beamed bedrooms at the top of the house. Surrounded by its own garden with countryside views, The Magazine is situated directly on the Peddars Way, great for walkers of all ages, the village has a good pub and it is just a short journey to the wide open beaches of the Royal Norfolk coast. Shop: 3 miles Pub: 1 mile