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Details of Half Penny Cottage
The holiday cottage "Half Penny Cottage" can be found in Docking, near Hunstanton, near Sandringham - Norfolk. Half Penny Cottage is about 8 miles from Sandringham. Half Penny Cottage can sleep 8 people with 4 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party.
It's worth looking at Half Penny Cottage if you're after a family holiday cottage. If you fancy a drink or meal, the pub and restaurant are 1 mile, and the shop is ¾ mile from Half Penny Cottage.
This cottage has a 4 star rating, which means that Half Penny Cottage has an excellent standard throughout.
Reviews of Half Penny Cottage
These are the reviews for Half Penny Cottage. There are 14 reviews.
The cottage was brilliant, there were four generations from an 84 year old down to an 18 month old, and we didn't feel crowded still all. We were all able to have our personal space when needed, but also come together for meals and chats. The energetic 18 month old had lots of space outside to run about without us having to be concerned about her getting out onto the road. Well equipped, very clean cottage that had everything we needed. Lynn from Newark, Notts. (01 July 2017)
Well equipped cottage. Shower room in main bedroom too small but good family bathroom. Description says parking for 2 cars, but only if you sacrifice the garden. Ample street parking available. Owners leave welcome hamper - much appreciated. Christine from Portsmouth (27 May 2017)
We had a fantastic holiday. Such a comfortable house, deceptively large and very well-equipped. The garden is small but fully enclosed and it is a great location with an excellent shop and park in the village and very close to fantastic beaches and other attractions. Perfect for young families - or indeed anyone. We'd return in an instant. Customer 3 from Herts (08 April 2017)
Ideally situated to explore north norfolk coast. 4 double bedroomed cottage suited our requirements. Very well equipped cottage. David from Shenfield (27 March 2017)
Lovely cottage. Very spacious. the owner left a very nice welcome pack, including milk, wine, cake and apple juice. It was much appreciated after a long drive. The cottage was warm even in march, and we didn't need to light the fire. The kitchen was very well equipped, and having three showers and three toilets and one large bath, made life easy. . docking has a good chippy, spar shop and the railway pub serves good food. Kings lynn has a big sainsbury's and tesco. . the highlight of the week, however, was the local beaches at holkham, brancaster and holme. Miles of sand at low tide. Our dog was in frisbee heaven ! the seal trips from morston to blakeney point are well worth the money. Just make sure you take warm clothing and a camera and binoculars . we will definitely return to halfpenny cottage. North west norfolk is so peaceful. D L from Farnham (18 March 2017)
A lovely cottage near to the beaches and very comfortable, really enjoys our stay Tina from Wickford (04 March 2017)
Overall cottage was great. My wife and I took five children of various ages and there was enough space and games and things to more than keep us happy in the evenings, bearing in mind this was a winter break. I'd definatly go in summer, the secure outside space was great for family and dogs and a summer barbie here would be great. Open fire needs attention to make it a cosy winter break but apart from that, great cottage. Matthew from Barnet (18 February 2017)
A lovely house. I would have scored higher but for lack of heating Confirmed Guest (06 February 2017)
Lovely cottage,warm and cosy. Comfortable beds, well equipped kitchen. Great welcome pack on arrival. Good if holidaying with dogs. Jean from Ipswich (13 January 2017)
We liked halfpenny cottage a lot. The house was spacious and well-equipped, but not intimidating; the owners made it very welcoming and relaxing. The beds were all comfortable and the bathrooms clean. The house was very warm and cosy. The only slight issue was that the shape of the living room (long and thin) made it difficult to all sit down together in a group; however we mostly sat at the table in the dining room so it was not a big deal. There is also another sitting room which would be lovely in the summer. The village seemed pleasant and the north norfolk coast was very attractive. We would potentially stay here again. Chris from Sheffield (02 January 2017)
Very pleasant cottage conveniently situated for the countryside and coast with lots of local amenities. Apart from one irritating problem (eventually overcome) with the tv control, there were no problems and the cottage had everything that we needed. Tony from Norwich (15 November 2016)
We had a very relaxing five day stay at half penny cottage. The cottage is spacious, clean and very well presented. We were a party of four adults and three children aged 3, 6 and 11 and, with two separate sitting rooms and a dining room, we never felt cramped or under each other's feet. The kitchen is very well equipped and the crockery, saucepans, utensils etc are all clean and in good condition. . books, dvds, children's games and a play station were all available for our use. . the sitting rooms are very comfortable, as are the beds. For convenience, we all used the shower in the main bathroom upstairs, and this is good and powerful. For such a large house, the rooms warm up really quickly with the heating on (we stayed in early november when the weather was very cold). of an evening we turned the heating off and lit a coal fire (fuel provided) which made the sitting room very cosy, and on our last evening we all enjoyed marshmallows and crumpets toasted in front of the open fire. The owner, phil, is wonderfully accommodating and friendly. On our arrival, milk was in the fridge and a welcome basket of wine, apple juice and cake was provided. Locally there is a spar shop, post office, fish and chip shop, pub and doctor's surgery. On wednesdays there is a small but very friendly farmers' market in the village hall where we bought homemade soup, artisan bread, jam, norfolk cheese and some fruit and vegetables. The children also bought some bath bombs, little bracelets and rings. Other stallholders sold local meat, fish, eggs, hand made cards and wooden items. A small cafe also operates, providing tea, coffee, bacon rolls etc (the bacon provided by the local meat seller). the village is very friendly. We arrived on halloween and had taken costumes for the children, intending just to have a little party for them indoors. Instead we were delighted to find so many houses were displaying pumpkins outside their homes, and we spent a happy hour or so trick or treating around the neighbourhood. . further afield there are spectacular beaches, woods, a host of independent shops in the market towns and villages as well as all the usual high street shops in the main towns. . we would definitely recommend half penny cottage and plan to stay there again in the future. Lynda from London (04 November 2016)
Lovely cottage, very comfy beds and well equipped kitchen (only a small criticism but the heating was quite noisy). the spar shop in the village was well stocked and the fish and chop shop was good. There was a small market in the village hall on wednesday morning selling some nice local produce. Brancaster beach is close and great for dogs and humans alike. Mia from Luton (29 October 2016)
This cottage is extremely clean, well equipped and a very good size for a large group. Plenty of space in the lounges, the kitchen has everything you could want with good quality appliances, bedrooms are definitely doubles. The owners are helpful, get back to your enquiries quickly and could not do enough for us ( including gifts of wine and goodies when you arrive). we had twin toddlers with us, they both had a bed each, arranged especially by the owners and the house was perfect for them and the dogs. The location is good for visiting all the resorts and attractions in the area. I gave a lower rating for the location because for us the village has no playground/duck pond/village green and for our kids' age group this would have been a bonus. We have stayed in south creke in the past which is a lovely village, with these facilities, so we were comparing these two locations however one cannot compare the quality of the cottage. Half penny cottage is something else, 5* , in one word. Heather from Binyamina, Israel (06 August 2016)
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