Church Cottage in Stiffkey, north Norfolk was built in the 1980s in traditional flint and red brick next to the 14th century church.
The accommodation for 2 offers a choice of a spacious double or twin room in your own private part of the house with sole use of the shower room next to the bedroom. Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the garden & bird feeders and from Easter to September guests can use the conservatory and garden seating. Packed lunch available on request.
A short walk takes you to one of the oldest salt marshes along north Norfolk’s historic coast. Owned by the National Trust it is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Beyond is an unspoilt expanse of stunning seashore.
From here you can join the North Norfolk coastal path taking you east to Blakeney and the seal colony or west to Holkham Hall and Wells. Boat trips to the seal colony at Blakeney Point leave Morston, 2 miles to the east.