Have a glass of wine in the garden on a summer evening
Warm your toes in front of the woodburning stove
Room for parking
Don't take dirty laundry home - use the washing machine at Gull Cottage
Pet friendly holiday at Gull Cottage.
Enjoy a relaxing break in the hot tub
Details of Gull Cottage
The holiday cottage "Gull Cottage" can be found in Morston, near Wells-next-the-Sea - Norfolk. Gull Cottage is about 7 miles from Wells-next-the-Sea. Gull Cottage can sleep 7 people with 4 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party.
As Gull Cottage sleeps 7 people, it is perfectly sized for a family holiday. If you fancy a drink or meal, the nearest pub is 100 yards, the restaurant is 45 yards and the shop is 2 miles from Gull Cottage.
Reviews of Gull Cottage
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These are the reviews for Gull Cottage. There are 14 reviews.
Party of 7, mixed reviews on bed comfort. Great location ideal for cars but also on bus route for coasthopper. Fully equipped kitchen which was great for home cooked meals (although dishwasher needed salt, not provided). hot tub was big hit and cottage had a lovely features and was well kitted out Michelle from Peterborough (01 May 2017)
Lovely cottage in a lovely location. It would have been perfect if the bed in the eaves room had been comfortable and if whoever made the bed had noticed a stain on the sheet that was really off putting for my brother in law whose back was agony after 3 nights in the bed. Also the downstairs bathroom was filthy, the cleaner just hadn't cleaned the floors and there were hairs in the bath :(. . the facilities in terms of comfort for 6 grown ups and 2 dogs it was perfect in the living room and dining room, a little stressful at breakfast time in the small kitchen but everything we needed was there. Thank you. We enjoyed the hot tub which appeared to be scrupulously clean and we had a lovely holiday. We would come back most definitely on the assumption my feedback will encourage more thorough cleaning. Wonderful place :) Amanda from Hull (20 March 2017)
Lovely cottage for a cosy, away from it all, break. Comfortable, warm and welcoming for pets. Well equipped, with a nice touch of a log burner in the lounge and hot tub in the garden. Lovely location to explore the local coastal area. Don't stay here if you're dependent on modern life though.. no wi-fi or phone signal, and a few miles for a shop. if that suits you, then it's perfect. Would recommend this cottage for a relaxing place to unwind and enjoy north norfolk. Jan from Stevenage (17 February 2017)
An amazingly cosy and pleasant cottage. Located in a very quiet village, it offered and amazing setting for many an evening for our party of 6, especially in the hot tub. The cottage was perfect and was far better than any expectations we gave it before hand. We would love to stay here again. Simply perfect! David from Hatfield (13 February 2017)
Lovely cottage that had everything we needed for our stay. The surrounding area is beautiful even when the weather wasn't! the anchor is fantastic. Highly recommended the food and the staff very friendly and helpful. Sarah from Norwich (22 November 2016)
We thoroughly enjoyed our adult only holiday. There is limited phone signal, however there is a little bit available in the bedrooms which maent we could still check in with the children and the babysitters. The log fire and hot tub were amazing to help us relax after our days out exploring. The only thing I would like to say is that the winding staircase is a little tricky especially after a little alcohol was consumed :) . we would definitely return but not with the children as they would not cope without phone signal or no wifi! thank you for a wonderful time and the anchor pub is definitely worth a visit the food was outstanding. Confirmed Guest from Northamptonshire (14 November 2016)
Charming cottage with many original features. . . truly enjoyed our stay here with family, to celebrate a special birthday. Lots of fun nights in the hot tub & cozy nights by the log fire. . . the cottage is very spacious, bedrooms are comfortable, all making for a very relaxing stay. . so many beautiful places to visit, all within a short distance. Great area for walking, bird watching , also went on a boat trip to see grey seals (with young) from the quay at morston. . a special thank you to the owner for the lovely surprise of 50th birthday celebration balloons and a cake .. a lovely kind gesture!. . will certainly be a birthday to remember :) Gregory from Nottinghamshire (11 November 2016)
The photos were good online but in reality it was even better! very spacious and well equipped. the beds were comfy and everything was so clean. the hot tub kept its temperature up at 40 degrees all the time we were there. great to have 2 bathrooms although only 1 advertised. outdoor area perfect and safe for the dog. you have to take care coming out of the front door onto the busy road but there is a bit of a porch which helps. we wanted to go back for new year but its already booked. Will definitely try to book again some time soon. Sally-Ann from Spalding, Lincolnshire (31 October 2016)
This is a great cottage for a family holiday. It sleeps 7 people comfortably. Only one ensuite and the other bathroom is downstairs. The spiral staircase is very noisy as is the cottage in general with very creaky floorboards. For those wanting to have internet access, there is no wifi and a poor mobile signal. While it is good to get away from work emails, internet is useful on holiday for planning trips, checking on opening times etc. Very spacious sitting room and dining room downstairs and the hot tub was a nice bonus. Morston village has an excellent pub and blakeney is very near with a local shop and more places to eat. We walked to both blakeney and wells-next-the-sea on the coastal path from morston. I would definitely recommend the cottage. Matthew from Grantham (28 October 2016)
Fantastic place to stay with dogs. Cottage was spacious but also cosy by the log burner. It was vey well equipped to include everything we needed. Walking out straight onto the coast path was ideal. Christine from Buckingham (21 October 2016)
Great place and location wifi is required due to very poor mobile signal in the region Customer 11 from Mk (16 September 2016)
We enjoyed the house for the space it offers, the hot tub and its general comfort standards. What could make it better: attention to the little things like replacing the kettle (massive layer of scale and broken filter), much better cutlery in the kitchen (children size forks and knives) and ustensiles (very poor), hooks on the bathroom doors, fix the toilet paper support in bathroom downstairs, get rid of the dog smell (especially in the living room), better futon mattress (we had to swap it with a single bed mattress we weren't using), restore the laundry hanger outside and provide more pegs, provide a freezer (maybe in the little veranda?), also it would be giving parents peace of mind to have some stair gates for the children (even if we knew the stairs would be a hazard as per property description). importantly please provide wifi as that would make a massive difference to help your guests explore the area and plan towards activities. Nothing you can do about it but the main negative point for us was the fact there is no amenity within walking distance at the exception of the pub and that's a real shame. You have to take the car for everything.. on the plus side, we felt the owner cared about the house being well equipped (oven/dishwasher/washing machine/travel cot for example) and comfortable for the guests, the hot tub was a big bonus to making our holiday good fun and was a big hit with the kids, the owner was extremely responsive and reactive as soon as we contacted her to make her aware of some potential electrical problems (lighting) and sent an electrician the following morning (much appreciated), the neighbour james was ever so friendly and helpful and the area and nearby villages are really lovely. Cecile from London (26 August 2016)
Dvd had no scart cable so had to buy one, lots of cobwebs and spiders in rooms, found beds uncomfortable , no salt or rinse aid for dishwasher, even though kitchen well stocked with crockery etc. dining room lights kept tripping out. spa tub great, nice cottage overall, plenty of space. quiet idyllic village setting with nearby quay, nice walk to blakeney. Lee from Barnsley (19 August 2016)
The cottage is in a good location but the entrance door is dangerous as it is straight onto the road. Access to the parking is along the edge of same road. Those with pets and or children will find this a concern and it should be noted on booking page. The internal fittings and layout would benefit from a little thought ie ensuite for one bedroom but remainder not even a toilet upstairs. Ensuite would be better as shower with separate toilet. Marc from Cambridge (17 June 2016)
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