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Worstead Cottages

93 properties found
Wroxham(5mls N), Norfolk

Four Church View Stables

211

Our grading

7 nights

£386 - £654

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Worstead, Norfolk Broads

Sky Cottage

211

Our grading

7 nights

£413 - £763

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Wroxham (5mls N), Norfolk

Three Church View Stables

421

Our grading

7 nights

£459 - £894

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Wroxham(5mls N), Norfolk

Two Church View Stables

422

Our grading

7 nights

£454 - £889

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Wroxham(5mls N), Norfolk

One Church View Stables

422

Our grading

7 nights

£459 - £894

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Wroxham (5mls N), Norfolk

Six Church View Stables

633

Our grading

7 nights

£672 - £1,408

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Wroxham (5mls N), Norfolk

Five Church View Stables

632

Our grading

7 nights

£617 - £1,385

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Worstead, Norfolk

Worstead Lodge

8431

Our grading

7 nights

£1,547 - £3,458

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Swanton Abbott, Norfolk Countryside

The Old Forge - Swanton Abbott

2112

Our grading

7 nights

£450 - £824

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Cromer (8mls SE), Norfolk

Sundial Lodge

211

Our grading

7 nights

£362 - £732

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Barton Turf, Norfolk

Stable Cottage

211

Our grading

7 nights

£416 - £692

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Swanton Abbott, Norfolk Countryside

Lilac Lodge

211

Our grading

7 nights

£392 - £649

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Self-catering holiday accommodation in Worstead

Explore the exceptionally pretty Worstead in the Norfolk Broads and stay at one of our delightful self-catering holiday cottages. Its claim to fame is that Worsted Cloth derives its name from the village’s weaving heritage. Demonstrations of spinning and thread weaving form a centrepiece of Worstead’s annual village fair’s events programme, that usually takes place on the last weekend of July. Cloth is no longer made in the village, although the last weaver died over a century ago. Historians will be interested to learn that the oldest Act of Parliament is still in use in the House of Lords and it pertains to weaving apprentices in Worstead. The village is connected by train via the Bittern Line that runs across rural Norfolk.

Worstead is characterised by its thatched roofs and ornate St Mary’s Church that was first built in the 14th century. There is a heritage trail around the village which serves as a lovely walk. Worstead is also associated with Geoffrey Litster, a cloth dyer, who was a leader in the peasant’s revolt of 1549. The village pub is called The White Lady, so named after the legend of a local ghost who appears in the church on New Year’s Eve. Worstead and the wider area is home to several excellent holiday properties in our collection. The village is perfect for a holiday to the Norfolk Broads region whether you are looking for a romantic break or a family escape. Many of our properties welcome dogs and have special features like wood burners, BBQs and hot tubs.