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Jolly Boat

Blakeney - North Norfolk Coast

A traditional brick and flint cottage in the very heart of coastal Blakeney that provides a romantic stay for two.
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Pet free property
  • No private parking
  • No WiFi - a true escape!
  • Sorry, no garden
£319 - £796 per week *


Tucked just off the High Street this Blakeney bolt-hole for two makes for a cosy resting place in the heart of the village and is just a short walk to the quayside and right next door the local delicatessen showcasing the best of gastronomic Norfolk fare.  The pub is also close by as are restaurants, eateries, art galleries and more.  Jolly Boat is a newly refurbished, traditional brick and flint village cottage that has a double height living room, modern kitchen and a glass enclosed gallery bedroom that overlooks the living space. Shop/Pub: within walking distance 

Ground Floor: 
Entrance Hall with hanging space for coats
Sitting/Dining Room a double height, bright room with comfortable seating, brick fireplace with electric wood burner effect stove, TV, CD Player with USB port, DVD Player, iPod dock, dining table and chairs
Kitchen with electric cooker, fridge with ice box, dishwasher and microwave
Shower room a small room with a shower cubicle, washbasin and w.c.  The shower has a sloping ceiling above, which taller guests may find slightly restrictive

First Floor:
Bedroom 1 with double bed

Outside: Please be aware there is no garden with the property.
Parking: Public car parking within walking distance. £5 per day local charge.
Heating: Electric heating. Heating charge between October and April £35 payable on booking.
Also provided:  Towels. Books and games. Travel cot.
Notes:  This is a non smoking property. Mobile reception – variable. Due to the nature of the stairs this property is not suitable for walking toddlers or young children.

Blakeney with its harbour, marshes and stunning scenery is a hotspot for a great coastal holiday. From the doorstep of the cottage there are several places to eat; a local delicatessen, a general store and the North Norfolk Coastal path can be picked up from the quayside, which is great for birdwatching and walking.  The two mile walk to Morston on the coastal path with lunch at The Anchor is a lovely way to spend the day as is a trip to see the local seal colony at Blakeney Point. The village also has some interesting art galleries, gift shops and The Blakeney Harbour Rooms has a growing reputation for showcasing some good tribute bands. This stunning diverse coast is recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and if you want to leave the car behind it can be easily accessed on the local Coast Hopper bus service, which can take you east as far as Cromer and west to Hunstanton.  There are fantastic sandy beaches at Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham with beautiful Holkham Hall and deer park also in the village, both a short drive away.  In the summer visit Wiveton Hall - now a well know landmark following the BBC's Normal for Norfolk programme. Stop in the cafe to admire the beautiful marsh views with a cup of tea and pick your own raspberries and strawberries from the fruit farm - it's all normal for Norfolk!




  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Pet free property
  • No private parking
  • No WiFi - a true escape!
  • Sorry, no garden
  • 3 Stars
  • Bed linen included
  • Towels included
  • Dishwasher
  • Travel cot
  • No smoking
  • 0.1 mile from the coast
  • 0.1 mile from nearest pub
  • 0.5 mile from nearest shop