If you're after a short break, Colbridge Cottage allows 2 night breaks
A cot is available at Colbridge Cottage
Power is included in the price of your holiday
Parking is available at this cottage
There is a pub close by
Want a few days in away in the winter - this cottages accepts short breaks in the winter
Details of Colbridge Cottage
The holiday cottage "Colbridge Cottage" can be found in Docking, near Hunstanton - Norfolk. Colbridge Cottage is about 7 miles from Hunstanton. This cottage sleeps 4 people, and has 2 bedrooms.
It's worth looking at Colbridge Cottage if you're after a family holiday cottage. When you want to go out for a drink in the evening, the nearest pub is 5 miles, and the shop is 100 yards from Colbridge Cottage.
This cottage has a 3 star rating, which means that Colbridge Cottage has a good level of quality and comfort.
Reviews of Colbridge Cottage
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These are the reviews for Colbridge Cottage. There are 60 reviews.
Cottage was lovely. Was a lovely surprise to find the cottage had wifi, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. None of these were mentioned in the cottage description. . though if I had known I probably wouldn't have taken so many clothes and bath towels. . the back garden was good and secure for our dog. Christine (29 July 2017)
An absolutely wonderful break(just as good as last year) and will be in touch soon re booking for next year. Jim from Little Gaddesden (24 June 2017)
This is a lovely, very comfortable cottage, very clean and well-equipped, with a very attractive, secluded garden. There are many local attractions and places of interest just a short drive away. Would definitely stay here again Jan from Loughborough (27 May 2017)
4th visit for us ideal cottage love the area nice to getaway from it all. Carole from Lincoln (31 March 2017)
Sweet, small cottage. Lovely village. Photos on website need updating as it's nicer in real life! free logs for the wood burner much appreciated, very generous for anyone staying over christmas. Stacey from London (27 December 2016)
Amazingly cosy cottage. well equipped kitchen. the log burner was just lovely. . . took a while to work out the heating upstairs but the by the second night we were nice and toasty. . will absolutely stay again. Confirmed Guest (13 November 2016)
A lovely cosy character cottage .handy shop and decent pub nearby. Good for dogs. Charles from Worcs (15 October 2016)
The cottage was cosy if a little dark. It had everything we needed. The stairs were a bit steep but we were warned about this when booking. Pauline from Higham Ferrers (10 September 2016)
A comfortable cottage in a nice village, well positioned in north norfolk. Pretty much everything you want and need is in the cottage. Second bedroom and the bathroom are a bit on the small side but hey, you can't have it all. David from Farnborough (30 July 2016)
Excellent and will try to book up later in the year Confirmed Guest (09 July 2016)
Fantastic little period cottage set in a small country village location would definitely recommend this to friends and family members. Colin from Ashford (04 March 2016)
Lovely cottage, appreciated the free logs! Confirmed Guest (14 February 2016)
Lovely little cottage in a lovely village convenient for heacham and hunstanton. We stayed in january and the lovely wood burner proved to be a real treat - perfect for dogs as well as our springer loved the garden . I would rec a torch for walks to local spar shop in evenings as village is poorly lit . overall perfect stay /:0) Lee from Peterborough (31 January 2016)
We had a lovely holiday .weather brilliant for the time of year. Would love to come again if my knees can make the stairs !. if it was possible it would be good to get a better tv reception for winter holidays. Dog had super time , garden is so safe for them . I love to cook so love the kitchen is fabulous, going into holt shopping for goodies especially at the local butchers and then into lerners for everything that is calorie laden is such a treat it is so like fortnum and masons in london. Linda from Leicester (07 November 2015)
A peaceful break away in a quaint and comfortable cottage, pretty much in the middle of nowhere. Thumbs up all round! would definitely recommend. Ellie from Great Yarmouth (31 October 2015)
Cottage in great location for getting to different locations on the coast and other attractions. . cottage is well kept with good facilities. Would definitely book again next time. Pb from Yorkshire (29 August 2015)
I thought it was a lovely cottage, I would recommend it to anyone provided they were fit enough to manage the stairs, and the bathroom was a little cramped, but this of course is what you should expect from a cottage of this date. Paul from Cambridgeshire (01 August 2015)
Great location to explore north norfolk Paul from Bucks (19 June 2015)
I have stayed at colbridge cottage more times than I can remember - I adore it. Patricia from Norwich (02 May 2015)
Loved this cottage. very cosy - we stayed there in early winter and fell in love with the log fire in the living room. You'll need a car to stay here I think, as we didnt see much sign of public transport, and the stairs are probably a no-no for anyone with serious mobility issues, but on the whole, a lovely place with adequate heating, private back garden and utility shed - washing machine etc - so good for long or short stays, summer or winter. Caretaker was friendly and helpful and local shop, two minutes walk, is open long hours. Ideal base for exploring by car, or just to shut yourself away for a week. No mobile phone signal (yay!) Emma from Chelmsford (15 December 2014)
We really enjoyed our stay at the cottage - really cosy and had everything we needed. The second bedroom was a little chilly, and the dishwasher wasn't working properly, but they were minor things in an otherwise great place. Liz from London (01 November 2014)
Cottage was in great location with good local shop for provisions. however it wasn't particularly clean and the garden was over grown and untidy. Also the kitchen was not equipped very well. there were insufficient glasses, the wine glasses were very small and limited in number. the upshot of this was that we had to run the dishwasher every day even though there were just 2 of us in the cottage. . there wasn't a decent frying pan that we could fry eggs without them sticking to the pan. also we used the oven once and the kitchen filled with smoke as there was a dirty grill pan in the oven with old fat that just smoked when heated. Alan from Crowthorne (02 August 2014)
We all enjoyed our stay and it had a lovely garden to relax in. the shop was close by and the pub just a bit further, but still only a short walk away. the farmers market on a wednesday morning in the hall was good for local produce. we visited king's lynn, hunstanton, heacham, cromer and felbrigg [nt]. we would go back and stay again. Yvonne from Saltcoats (19 July 2014)
Perfect cottage to discover norfolk. This cottage is so comfortable and clean with an added bonus of wifi. The guest book in the cottage is full of info of where to go and what to do if you haven't been to norfolk before.we took our french bulldog with us and found he was welcome in most of the pubs. We will be booking this cottage again and have already recommended it to family and friends. Debbie from London (12 July 2014)
We had a wonderful time, we were blessed with good weather for the whole week. The cottage was in a great location for visiting many attractions and beauty spots. We loved the garden, and the sitting out area. The village store and pub are both ideally situated as is the fish bar. Good meals to be had at the pub. The only criticism we would is that we had to take our own bedding with us. Derek from Gargrave (14 June 2014)
We had a great time, cosy cottage sun trap garden great base to tour from.only down side was no pavement or front garden so had to park car up against front window. Hope to book it next year again as fell in love with the cottage. Gloria from Martham (07 June 2014)
Good location, clean and quiet Michael from Redditch (08 March 2014)
Lovely cottage. Very steep stairs!! wood burner a great asset - once we got the hang of it and loads of logs were available. Other heating could have been better. We enjoyed our first christmas away from home although a few decorations would have been nice. All in all a good stay. Confirmed Purchaser (28 December 2013)
This was our 4th stay here, so obviously love it.yes the stairs are steep, but quaint, nice and warm when the log burner gets going, great position for brancaster beach for our dog, a real home from home. Some thing new is fitted every time we go,so its taken care of and updated regularly. Teresa from Brandon Suffolk (25 November 2013)
Liked the cottage very much. took a while to find information on how to use the top of the oven (hob) so no cooked breakfast first day. slightly put off returning by comments in guest book re possibly being haunted ! ! ! made me feel uncomfortable. also have never been anywhere before where we have had to take our own bedding and towels. but not a major problem. loved the log burner but could not keep it going. Elizabeth from Hockley, Essex (11 November 2013)
We loved our holiday at colbridge cottage. We had a great week, the village is lovely and quiet. The area as a whole is beautiful and we had some lovely walks on brancaster beach which is excellent for dogs. It is a very good area for dogs, there are lots of dog friendly pubs and we were made to feel very welcome in the ones we tried. we were very lucky with the weather for the time of year and didn't need a coat for the whole week. The cottage was lovely and perfect for our needs, we didn't find there was anything we needed that wasn't there. Very clean and cosy. Would definitely recommend. The only thing was the stairs which were fine for us but could be a problem for some people as they are steep and spiral but this was mentioned on the website when we booked. Dale from Nottingham (28 September 2013)
'welcome pack' rather disappointing - 6 digestive biscuits and no dog treats. Limited cleaning materials in kitchen and bathroom. Having to provide our own linen was a bind and a washing line would be useful. Bath needs a grab rail for safety. however it was a charming little cottage, with a lovely, peaceful garden. David from Chesterfield (27 Jul 2013)
Characterful. Pub & chip shop nearby. Close to coastal attractions. Quiet location James from London (02 December 2012)
More like a home than a holiday cottage. cosy, quaint and quiet get-away. Wonderful selection of local books and leaflets. Plenty to see and do in the area for all ages. Very welcoming and spotlessly clean. Jan from London (03 November 2012)
Lots of care to make cottage feel homely and not a holiday let Gilly from Southend (06 October 2012)
Very clean warm cosy cottage good size safe garden for dog or kidds plenty of logs for fire first class lady who looks after cottage,hot water failed she had electrician out within 3 hours to repair 4**** Tony from Great Longstone Derbyshire (29 September 2012)
Very quaint, clean and cosy cottage with everything you could possibly need. Lovely wood burner for cold rainy evenings. Good central position for exploring the coast and counrtyside. Great scenery, lovely walks for the dog, great pubs, food and local beer. Customer 37 (June 2012)
Lovely location and very quite. The most well equipped place we have ever stayed, truely lovely place. Kerry from Gibbs (19 May 2012)
A lovely cottage in an excellent area for exploring the north of Norfolk. Very peaceful and very well equipped. Customer 39 (May 2012)
The cottage has a lovely cosy feel. The kitchen is well equipped and the lounge and bedrooms are spacious and comfortable. Although the church bells chime through the night, they are not load enough to wake you. The garden is lovely and secluded with sun and shade most of the day, to suit everybody. Customer 40 (July 2011)
A small and cosy cottage. Very well equipped and right in the heart of the village. Within easy reach of the coast and some fine historical sites. We visited Castle Acre Priory, the castle at Castle Rising and Holkham Hall and its beautiful beach. Fish and chips from the village were great. Our dog enjoyed long country walks. We came home much fitter. Customer 41 (April 2011)
A lovely cotage in a good location. Customer 42 (March 2011)
Cottage exactly as described. Very comfortable and very good value for money. Cosy even though freezing outside. If only there was a shower attatchment to the bath we could then give 11 out of 10. Customer 43 (February 2011)
Lovely back garden for pets! Customer 44 (February 2011)
Warm, cosy and well equipped. Customer 45 (November 2010)
Homely and a good location, easy access to the coast. Customer 46 (October 2010)
This charming old cottage has been thoughtfully updated to include all modern amenities. Customer 47 (August 2010)
The cottage is the right size for a couple. It is also in a good area for exploring north Norfolk. Customer 48 (July 2010)
Old, lovely garden, beatiful village setting. Customer 49 (June 2010)
A very pleasing cottage. Customer 50 (June 2010)
God sized rooms throughout. Kept in fine condition. Customer 51 (May 2010)
Quiet location with private garden. Customer 52 (May 2010)
Delightful well equipped cottage, lovely garden, easy parking. Personal interest taken by owners - tea and biscuits provided on arrival. Customer 53 (March 2010)
Absolutely everything supplied you could need. Customer 54 (February 2010)
We liked the cosy kitchen with the kitchen table. The kitchen was well equipped with a dishwasher which was not mentioned in the information. The garden was wonderful, large and enclosed. The graveyard at the end made it atmospheric. The wood burner was good too. Customer 55 (February 2010)
Cosy, nice touch with welcome tray, clean & loved the fire. Customer 56 (February 2010)
Really pretty little cottage with lots of character. Lovely garden backing onto the churchyard! Customer 57 (February 2010)
Very cosy and a great location. Customer 58 (December 2009)
The welcome tray was a nice touch. The wood burning stove was good given the snowfall and very cold weather. Kitchen was all you could reasonably want. It happily coped with a full Xmas dinner for two. Local shop is well stocked, the local pub does excellent food and the chippy is good and very busy. The cottage is well situated for the North Norfolk Coast if you fancy a spot of birdwatching during the winter. The lounge is very cosy for a winter night in tucked up by the fire with a good bottle of red. Customer 59 (December 2009)
Lovely property... welcomed with fresh flowers & a tea tray, which was much appreciated after our journey. Great wood burner to keep us warm on cold evenings (weekend away in November!). Secluded garden backing onto the local church, idyllic.... Village location with local shop a short walk away & helpful staff. Only a few miles from the coast by car. We had a great weekend. Customer 60 (November 2009)
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