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STAND out from the crowd in one of Norfolk Hideaways' stunning coastal properties; combining quirky and unique features with luxury, style and British eccentricity.Ever stayed somewhere with a carved cat in the rafters? Full of curious quirks, Nooky House at Cley-Next-The-Sea is an elegant conversion designed by a well-known local architect with an impressive open plan living space, full height vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. The main living area is bathed in light upstairs there are two heavily beamed bedrooms, both with en suite shower rooms. Situated on the village green in the very popular village of Cley-next-the-Sea, it is a fantastic property to enjoy a relaxing and stylish holiday in Norfolk. Sleeping four, weekly prices start from £520.
An eclectic, Romany caravan interior makes The Fox Hat at South Creake a unique place to holiday. Owned by talented artist Alison King, the homely and quirky décor reflects her creative flair in its furnishings and vintage artefacts. Plus, there are stunning views from the sitting room with open fields to the rear.
A wood burner makes for cosy nights in and with a pub less than two minutes walk away, The Fox Hat boasts a great location. Sleeping four, weekly prices start from £300.00.
Want to stay somewhere with nooks, crannies and serious character? The Music Room in Thornham really is a one off and in a previous life was used as a music studio for teaching, featuring a fully functional church pipe organ. When the new owners inherited the house, the organ was simply too difficult to take out and is still there and in working order. There is also a piano if the organ is not your thing! Sleeping two, weekly prices start from £220.
Ongar Lodge at Old Hunstanton is a stunning conversion of a 1960's iconic build, with great sea and golf course views and comes complete with a Zen Den! Two minutes walk to the sandy beach, the lodge provides contemporary and light accommodation over two floors.
The sitting room is the star of the show and is wonderfully sunny and light with fabulous views over the golf course and beach huts to the sea. Plus, at the bottom of the garden is the Zen Den; a great bolt hole for teenagers to relax in. Sleeping eight, weekly prices start from £835.
The Old Chapel in Great Bircham is a fabulous conversion of a Victorian chapel and schoolhouse. The accommodation is incredibly spacious with a first floor sitting room with woodburner, a second sitting room with pool table and table football, and a quiet snug and conservatory downstairs. Unusually for a chapel the house has good sized gardens with outside seating looking over the big blue skies and fields. Being only a few minutes' drive to Brancaster beach, this is the perfect family holiday house. Sleeping 10, weekly prices start from £1,100.
Bramley in Old Hunstanton is an iconic single storey property designed by the architect Robin Spence. Built in 1971 using a steel portal frame with anodized bronzed aluminum double glazed glass elevations, the house is light and airy with a wonderful sense of space. Bramley is furnished with a mix of vintage midcentury furniture, original artwork and good contemporary fittings. Bramley is only a five minute walk to Old Hunstanton's sandy beach. Sleeping six, weekly prices start from £450.
For more holiday cottage information visit www.norfolkhideaways.co.uk. Follow on Twitter @NorfolkHideaway. Tel: 01485 211022.
WHAT could be more appealing than staying at Easter Cottage this Easter?
This pretty chocolate box country cottage is located in a peaceful rural location, enjoying wonderful open countryside views and is within a 20 minute stroll to the Georgian village of Burnham Market where you will discover an abundance of boutiques, cafes, gift shops and the acclaimed Hoste Arms Hotel.
This immaculately presented three bedroom cottage which sleeps five people has recently been extended and refurbished and is dog friendly.
The beautiful North Norfolk coastline and its wonderful beaches are within a ten minute drive away.
Prices are from £410 for one week (Saturday to Saturday). http://www.norfolkhideaways.co.uk/smartweb/our-cottages/our-cottages/4-easter-cottage
Or alternatively you could choose a lovely family home with panoramic sea views.
Friday's Barn is a beautiful family home in an enviable position at the edge of Salthouse village with spectacular views across to the dunes and the sea to the front of the barn and open countryside to the rear. Recently renovated to provide extremely bright and spacious family accommodation, the barn sleeps eight in four bedrooms, it has a lovely open plan family kitchen/dining room in the heart of the house.
Prices are from £700 per week (Friday to Friday). http://www.norfolkhideaways.co.uk/smartweb/our-cottages/our-cottages/161-fridays-barn
If an Easter Egg Hunt in the dunes sounds appealing the stunning, contemporary designed Levante could be for you.
This single storey detached house is quietly tucked away down a secluded lane and is ideally located within a two minute stroll to Old Hunstanton's beautiful sandy Blue Flag beach and the championship Links Golf Course. Offering modern open plan living with large bi-fold doors and a decking area, this house sleeps six. Old Hunstanton boasts two excellent pubs and the much acclaimed Michelin starred Neptune Restaurant. If beach living is your relaxation, you can hire a beach hut for £125 per week.
Prices from £635 per week (Friday to Friday).
Whatever your dream Easter break in North Norfolk is, Norfolk Hideaways will have a property to suit you.
Contact Norfolk Hideaways on 01485 211022 or visit www.norfolkhideaways.co.uk for more details.