If you've got a small child, make use of the supplied cot
Power is included in the price of your holiday
If you've got a small child, you can hire a highchair
All the linen and towels are included
Warm your toes by the open fire
Parking is available at this cottage
There is a pub close by
Short breaks available all year at Langford Cottage
There is a washing machine to use
The garden is superb for the summer months
No need to leave the internet behind - Langford Cottage has broadband
Details of Langford Cottage
The holiday cottage "Langford Cottage" can be found in Ringstead, near Hunstanton - Norfolk. Langford Cottage is about 3 miles from Hunstanton. Sleeping 5 people in 3 bedrooms.
As Langford Cottage sleeps 5 people, it is perfectly sized for a family holiday. If you prefer to dine out during your stay at Langford Cottage, the nearest pub is 100 yards, and the shop is 100 yards from Langford Cottage.
This cottage has a 4 star rating, which means that Langford Cottage has an excellent standard throughout.
Reviews of Langford Cottage
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These are the reviews for Langford Cottage. There are 89 reviews.
Excellent well equipped cottage. In a good area with lots to do. Great for children. Richard (29 July 2017)
Will definitely return. David from Wellingborough (07 July 2017)
A lovely cottage with everything you need, ideally located for exploring the area! Suzy from Nottingham (03 June 2017)
The cottage was perfect for the two of us, as keen birdwatchers we were near some very good nature reserves also lovely beaches and walks. The owners of the cottage had thought of everything to make it a very enjoyable stay and would certainly hope to go visit again. Elaine from Peterborough (12 May 2017)
Lovely cottage, really comfortable and spotless.wendy, the caretaker could not have been more helpful. We had a great time , enjoying the garden and relaxing at the end of a full day. Confirmed Guest (17 April 2017)
Langford cottage was truly a home from home. The cottage was clean and comfortable, and had everything in it you would need (even things like wind-breaks and buckets and spades for the kids). the welcome hamper was lovely, and a very nice touch. Our daughter loved the toys, which was a welcome surprise. . the location is good, with a local shop across the road selling all sorts of goodies. The local pub 2 minutes walk away serves as a nice pit-stop, particularly if the weather is nice. There is a park 1 minute walk away along from the shop that we visited every day. Hunstanton is a short 10 minute drive away, with beautiful beaches and good amenities. Head for the cliff beach rather than on the main drag. . . we would without doubt visit again. Lesley (15 April 2017)
Very good position - local shop opposite and pub a 2 minute walk are superb. extremely friendly staff at both. Really good food at pub. well resourced cottage with everything provided. clean and crisp bedding. good to have wi-fi. Peter from London (07 April 2017)
Superb holiday cottage which exceeded our expectations. beautiful house and garden. very comfortable and very well equipped. close to the coast, nature reserves, walks etc. Highly recommended. Fiona from Leicestershire (02 April 2017)
Lovely very well equipped cottage.a home from home. Louise from Norwich (23 March 2017)
The cottage was very well equipment, well-maintained to a high standard, the only small things which would have made it better were , clearer instructions on where to park, information on where the washing machine was, it was in the garage which was out of site at the end ( round a bed ) of the garden and after searching high and low no hair dryer Susie from Peterborough (19 March 2017)
Our fourth winter stay at langford cottages - expect to be back in 2018 ! Geoffrey from St. Austell (21 January 2017)
Lovely cottage in a very pretty village just a few minutes drive from the coast. A good local shop is right opposite stocking all essentials and the excellent gin trap inn with good food and a warm welcome was just a short stroll away. The cottage is well equipped and the thoughtful owners left wine chocolates and cakes to help the new year celebrations along. We would definitely love to stay here again. Mick And Jill from Nottingham (02 January 2017)
Great base for exploring the norfolk coast. Set in a lovely village with a great pub serving good food. . nice garden and would be good for eating out in the summer. Mark from Bury St Edmunds (27 December 2016)
This cottage was great for our family, well equipped for our stay ,very clean, warm ,comfortable, and snug,we made it our home from home. Would highly recommend . Baron from Bury St Edmunds (25 November 2016)
Wonderful cottage for toddlers - so many toys and a fantastic garden. For adults it's an amazing, cosy, comfortable cottage. Immaculately clean. Loved it and will be going back. Suzannah from Dronfield (05 November 2016)
A very well equiped cottage,the only negative comment I would have is that one of the single beds that the mattress was too soft and saggy for me but overall I was very happy. Jeremy from Colchester (14 October 2016)
Wonderful, would recommend this cottage to anyone. Clean, comfortable and conveniently located. What more could you ask. The gin trap pub restaurant, 100 yard from the front door is well worth a visit, and a great shop just over the road. I could say lots more but I recommend that you go and find out for yourself. Sara from Sudbury (17 September 2016)
This was a great holiday home for a young family. the location was a short drive to the beach and had a fantastic pub nearby. The home had plenty of features to keep the kids happy and entertained Marcus from Stowmarket (03 September 2016)
Myself, my wife and our 10 month old daughter had a fantastic holiday here in july. The cottage is in a great location with lots to do in the surrounding area. It's across the road from the village store and a very short walk to the very nice village pub. It was very well equipped with everything we needed including toys for our daughter, plenty of cooking equipment, lots information about the local area and a beautiful garden with a built in bbq. It was also very tidy and clean. We couldn't have asked for more and are already planning to return next year. David from Baldock (23 July 2016)
Modern, very well equipped end of terrace cottage on the high street in ringstead close to village shop (bit expensive). large back garden. Ideally situated for days out on the north norfolk coast. parking in layby at front or at rear of properties by their garages. . only faults we noticed are the extremely creaky upstairs landing floor and the slightly limited free worktop space in the kitchen. Stephen from St Albans (08 April 2016)
Great location and all necessities catered for. Confirmed Guest (19 March 2016)
The house was in a good location for us and having a shop opposite and pub serving nice meals down the road was a real bonus. David from Cardiff (06 February 2016)
Absolutely brilliant! fantastic price and really did not expect all the amenities provided. Definitely recommended!! Confirmed Guest (30 January 2016)
Would love to stay for a week but unfortunately we have a dog. David from Kettering (24 January 2016)
We had a lovely stay in a well equipped cottage with everything we needed and more. Plenty of toys for the children too. The only thing I would say is if I were staying there in nicer weather it would be good to have a lockable gate so that the children were safe in the garden. Other than that a lovely cottage and we would definately stay again. Tammy from Great Yarmouth (17 January 2016)
The cottage was great the added extras were appreciated, very comfy and clean! a lovely break :) Dee from London (28 December 2015)
All good, love it here. Great for families. Very warm and cozy. Near a decent shop and good (improved massively) pub. Jean-Paul from Huntingdon (08 November 2015)
The cottage is well situated in ringstead, within easy reach of the coast and other places of interest locally. We visited in october and were very cosy and comfortable in this well equipped property. Parking is well off the road and the cottage can be accessed via the long back garden which contains a wendy house. In fact the cottage is very child friendly with lots of toys and games. . . there is a very useful general store almost directly opposite to which is attached an antiques centre. . would certainly recommend this holiday property. Michael from Pershore (24 October 2015)
Fantastic place to stay Claire from Norwich (04 October 2015)
This was our second visit to number 7 langford cottage and it was just as good . second time around. Eric from Tottington Bury (26 September 2015)
An excellent cottage perfect for toddlers and children. Lots of toys in the front room, a playhouse, trikes,a swing and a great garden. We had a lovely holiday. Great local beaches and so much to do within a 15 minute drive. Suzann from Kent (12 September 2015)
Well equipped cottage, very clean, comfortable and tidy. lovely big garden which the children really enjoyed. however, the kitchen layout means there is very little space for everything a family of 5 needs in terms of storage and meal preparation space. . . a good base for a very good holiday, just a little on the small side for our needs. Sue from Aylesbury (08 August 2015)
We have stayed in this cottage many times. The owners are very friendly and helpful, the cottage is clean, well maintained and cared for. The property has been furnished and equipped so that you have all your home comforts, which really makes such a difference to your holiday experience. . the garden is well kept, safe for children and fairly private. Again, we have found that it is stocked well with toys for the children and games in the garage. The little wendyhouse ida sweet addition. Philippa from Maldon (01 August 2015)
Fab holiday Sylvia from Hertfordshire (25 July 2015)
Cosy and warm even on cold windy wet days,plenty to amuse us. Wonderful catering for small children. Unfortunately we could not make use of the wendy house and the swing!!. . well located for visiting king's lynn and along the coast. burnham market well worth a visit and pop into the (hat shop) not to be missed .beautiful sandy beaches. . lorraine was on hand should we require any thing. Customer 35 from Aberystwyth (27 June 2015)
A delightful cottage. as others have previously mentioned, it is well equipped to a very high standard. we hope to visit again. Lyn from West Sussex (13 June 2015)
Langford cottage is in a great location for travelling to local (and slightly further away) attractions, and was a perfect little base for sightseeing. I say 'little' base, because it really is a little cottage, and although well laid out to make the most of every inch, as a family of 5 we did find particularly the kitchen just a bit too small, as there is so little space to prepare food, and nowhere to lay out 5 plates together for dishing up. However, the kitchen was very well stocked with everything you could need in terms of crockery, utensils, and things like foil, bin bags, washing up liquid etc. You really do not need to bring anything, as even sugar, salt and teabags were provided, which was kind, and as we were on holiday, we ate out quite a bit, thus reducing the issue with preparing meals in a small space. . the garden in this property is fabulous, and made our stay so much more enjoyable. Long and beautifully maintained, the children could play outside all day if needed, with a swing and playhouse full of toys. The inside of the house too was absolutely stuffed with toys and games too, with everything from lego to baby toys, and board games to musical instruments! our 5 year old was in seventh heaven, and even our 8 and 9 year olds enjoyed the toys available, but i'd say that the ideal age for staying would be age 2-7, as there is so much for this age range to enjoy. (like the little wendy house in the garden). . the caretaker was extremely nice and welcoming, and had left us milk and wine to enjoy when we arrived which was lovely. We didn't need to call as nothing went wrong, but we definitely got the impression that if we had needed anything, she would have been swift to help. . . there was a washing machine and dryer in the garage, (including washing powder!) and a clothes line/pegs to use. In case of power cuts, you will find torches everywhere, and in every drawer there are useful things like notepad and pens, string, and all the kind of things you would find at home in drawers. Lots of information leaflets, and the little shop across the road is fabulous, stocking all sorts, so if you forget anything, you will likely be able to get it! . . overall it was a great stay, and although the cottage is on the small side, and a little bit dated, we had a great week, and it was the most well stocked cottage we have ever stayed in - you just literally need to bring your clothes! Joanna from Basingstoke (30 May 2015)
We chose this cottage partly due to the good reviews it has had previously, and it did not disappoint our expectations. while we did not have children with us, it is ideal for a family staying in the area, as there is an abundance of toys and games, and the fully enclosed garden is a delight to use. we would not hesitate to stay here again, and have recommended it already to friends. Sharon from Hucknall Notts (22 May 2015)
Would not hesitate to come here again in fact we are waiting to book again for next year but will need two as our family is expanding fast and there is everything you could wish for for every age from 6 months to 90 yrs: toys, board games, miniature snooker table etc. Didn't want to leave. the weather was fab so didn't do justice to all on offer in the cottage but I wouldn't have worried if the weather had been bad either. The pub down the rd is convenient but expensive, had a meal in the white horse in holme and the food was superior and cheaper and a lovely atmosphere. Close brancaster beach which is fab. Gaynor from Sheffield (11 April 2015)
Well where do I start this cottage has everything you could want it's like being at home but on holiday let's start with the milk they left in the fridge for us and then a bottle of wine as for the cottage it self it has everything toilet rolls kitchen rolls cling film foil cupboard full of all sorts spices salt vinegar sugar coffee tea bags more than enough glasses cups mugs all the plates and utensils you could need and also a dishwasher and tablets to go with it they have sky tvs a dvd player charging points for I pads I phones and wifi down the garage they have washer and tumble and stocked with all powder and softener also in garage table tennis and a darts board and loads of games also stacks of games inside the house in the cupbords and the garden is lovely would be great in the garden in summer this cottage is a must also a convenience store across road . Ian from Nottingham (13 February 2015)
Fantastic cottage home from home. Absolutely everything you need is there just need to take your clothes!!!! we went in winter over new year and the bonus of a tumble dryer was brilliant being able to get things washed and dried. Can't recommend highly enough!!!! . we will be returning in the summer to make use of the beautiful garden!! Carla from Northants (04 January 2015)
Lovely village - good pub and shop: house was excellent - one of the best equipped we have ever stayed in. Great value. Jeremy from Bradford (27 September 2014)
A clean, comfortable, well equped property situated in a picturesque village with an amazing store and friendy pub. Mary from Thirsk (13 September 2014)
A comfortable cottage. Recommended. Jay from Derbyshire (30 August 2014)
As other reviewers have suggested, this is an excellently equipped, very clean and pleasant cottage for a holiday stay. it is particularly well endowed with indoor and outdoor play things for children in the event of inclement weather. it is also extremely well equipped for iphone users having a number of dedicated charging points and docking stations to connect to the hi fi system. whilst a pay phone is provided, mobile phone reception is poor as often is the case in such rural areas. the option to connect to the wifi lan was well worth it. the cottage was also extremely well equipped in the kitchen and also had comfortable living and bedrooms. my only slight negative point is that the advertised garage could not really accommodate our medium sized car (bmw320) due to the storage cupboards and multiple games stored within. however, parking immediately outside the garage in the courtyard was never a problem. it would suggest however the cottage might be unsuitable for a party with two vehicles. overall a most pleasant stay and would definitely recommend to others - particularly for families with young children. Art from Longfield (19 July 2014)
A lovely cottage with a beautiful garden in a very nice village, with well stocked shop just over the road and a decent pub 100 yards away. Very convenient for the coast and other pubs in thornham and brancaster staithe. Jenny from Olney (28 June 2014)
Excellent location for birdwatchers. Very clean, comfortable and well equipped. Super big screen television with sky. hope to return. Carole from High Wycombe (06 June 2014)
Lovely cottage, great garden and great location opposite a lovely little shop and less than a minute from a very nice pub. Beautiful area and well located to visit north norfolk. Only concern if you have little ones is thin curtains that let in a lot of light and very noisy floorboards so hard to be quiet when going to bed! Karen from Surrey (10 May 2014)
I must confess that the idea of a self-catering cottage break in a quiet village has never been high on my holidaying wish-list. so I was firmly in the sceptics' camp when my wife and I first booked a cottage holiday. that was seven years ago as half of a couple. since then there have been a good half-a-dozen weeks of staying in various uk cottages up and down the land and now, as a dad of two, the appeal of being left alone in our own self-contained place trumps most of the other possibilities. . the exciting thing about always having tried somewhere new is that you never quite know what to expect: every property presents a different character. this one turned out to be fantastic. as the photos suggest, the level of care put into this gem of a nest is tremendous. we have seldom stayed anywhere with quite as much home-from-home feel. clearly the owners use this cottage for themselves regularly and care very much for their accommodation. so much so it makes you want to really look after the place too. . from the moment of pulling up outside, where you could be mistaken for thinking your booking was through an end terraces provider, the house looked spotless and maintained to a high standard. we were greeted with a smile, as well as complimentary bottles of wine and milk, and warmly shown around. the interior decoration was not outdated and every room without exception was clean. the powerful bathroom, fully-equipped kitchen and comfortable lounge were all well-stocked and modern. a separate dining room was a great feature for many a meal for us; and the fabulous pseudo-victorian-lamp-post lit garden and its outbuildings were similarly used extensively. the kids found the pièce de résistance playhouse in no time, and we found it to be packed with toys and considerably less leaky than our own shed back home. conveniences of the dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier made life even easier. quirkily, i've never seen quite so many labels on anything and everything. no stone was left unticker-taped. if I could have label-gunned this review that would have been an apt medium!. . there really is very little to knock off the gloss. my only recommendations would be to consider reducing the amount of furniture upstairs: we had to juggle quite a lot at the start and end of the holiday. it would also be kind to extend the ever-increasingly-expected free broadband to all guests as a courtesy. I suspect the owners have two cottages sandwiching a neighbour, pay for one subscription and use their wifi repeater to boost the signal in the other house (but could be wrong here). either way the wifi worked well. it should be said that not all accommodations even offer wifi, let alone the consistent and plenty-fast-enough service afforded at langford. . i'm glad this quiet not-quite-on-the-coast village location didn't put us off booking. if you have a car don't let it put you off either. we didn't really notice the short drive to (old) hunstanton or heacham from ringstead. we also found the proprietors of the shop opposite to be helpful and friendly enough. holidaying is very much a state of mind but it really helps when at the onset you walk into such a wonderful accommodation. there were whole mornings or afternoons where we didn't leave the house: we didn't need to because it has everything to keep the family happy. . our policy to date of never returning to the same property twice is in serious jeopardy. Rob from Cambridge (03 May 2014)
Fantastic cottage. Loads of toys for the children to play with and garden great for them to play in. Confirmed Purchaser (12 April 2014)
A lovely cottage. Had everything we needed and more. Wish we could have stayed longer. John from Sheffield (10 March 2014)
Best equipped cottage we have ever stayed in - and that is quite a number. Location was also ideal for what we wanted to do. . so we had 4 very enjoyable and comfortable days in first class accommodation. Many thanks. Brian from Great Yarmouth (10 January 2014)
Simply excellent. Good location, well looked after accomodation, owners who cared for their guests. Martyn from Thatcham (15 November 2013)
Excellent cottage for families, lots of toys in the house and garden to keep them occupied. we have a 3yr old and an 18 month old, they loved the play house in the garden. Great location lots to do in the local area. Everything you need is provided like home from home. Would recommend. Deborah from Warrington (21 September 2013)
Road through village is obviously a rat run,very noisy from early morning and traffic seems in a hurry Margaret from Lincoln (24 August 2013)
We had a lovely stay at the cottage. It was really well equipped; there were lots of toys and games for children, as well as jigsaws and games for adults too. We didn't have to take anything like loo rolls or washing up liquid since it was provided, and the village shop opposite was great for topping up anything we ran out of. The garden is incredible! overall a great holiday. Hilary from Eastbourne (03 August 2013)
Everything was was good it had everything you could need Maria (07 Jun 2013)
Fantastic cottage. Very well equipped and everything you have at home supplied. Everything about this cottage is spot on and I can not fault it in any way. Sky tv and games a big hit with the kids and the welcome hamper ( including wine ) hit the spot for me and my wife ! very nice garden with bbq and toddlers summer house. The garage ( yes it has a garage ) doubled as a games room with dart board and full size table tennis table. Hunstanton and holme beaches just a couple of miles away and rspb titchwell marsh 20mins away. Very special property and you will not be disappointed. Keith from Lewes (13 April 2013)
Excellent facility and great base for the area Bonnie from Milton Keynes (05 April 2013)
Amazingly well equipped cottage, perfect for families. Warm, cozy, loads of toys for entertainment. We had some lovely trips out to hunstanton, holme, holkham and dinosaur adventure. Cottage and location both fantastic. Helen from Melton Mowbray (01 April 2013)
Even though it is on a road the village is very quiet. the garden is not overlooked and is wonderful. there was plenty of hot water - which is a bonus for walkers after a hard day walking!! Penny from Ipswich (10 December 2012)
Area, near coast Sandy from London (15 September 2012)
Very well equipped, toys, books, dvd, cds, plenty of cooking utensils all provided Joanne from Leeds (01 September 2012)
Very high levels of equipment provided including a full range of toys for indoor and outdoor use. Jim from Herne Bay (21 July 2012)
So well equipped. everything was provided and there was a huge collection of toys, games, beach games, chairs and windbreaks, garden games, barbecue coals. fab play house in the garden, my granddaughter thought she was in heaven. and there was a bottle of wine waiting for us! Kathy from Wellingborough (14 July 2012)
This was the best equipped cottage we have ever been to. The games, toys and equipment for the garden and beach were excellent. There were lots of children’s toys, books and games in the house. All kitchen equipment was fab and all cleaning products were provided. There was even a copy of Radio Times and a bottle of wine! All in all, superb. Customer 66 (July 2012)
This is a really lovely property and a very nice village. Really child friendly with lots of toys and a wonderful garden complete with playhouse. Would highly recommend to families. The Gin Trap is the village pub and does really good food. Customer 67 (March 2012)
Very well equipped kitchen. Warm and comfortable. Good information about the area. Well located for reaching the North Norfolk Coach and bird watching in the area. Customer 68 (February 2012)
This small comfortable house is very well equipped with absolutely everything and the amenity of the village shop over the road is very useful. It is quiet and clean and somewhere to park the car off the road - we have been three times now and another booking in the spring. Customer 69 (October 2011)
The property was perfect for us three ladies, cosy lounge, large dining kitchen and a bedroom each, we were all very pleased. The weather was exceptional for the time of year, and we managed to sit in the garden too. Location excellent for seeing most of Norfolk. We didnt have enough time and will be returning. I thoroughly recommend this property. Customer 70 (March 2011)
There were only the two of us but for a family holiday it would be great, the kids can be left in the garden quite safely with lots for them to do out and in the house. Every thing you needed the house has we do like the power shower. As seasoned holiday home people this one takes some beating. Customer 71 (January 2011)
A delightful house which the owners had left many thoughtful extras-milk, wine, tea, coffee and loads more. The garden in summer would be a delight. Next time I go to Norfolk in the winter I will be checking if this property is available. Customer 72 (January 2011)
Home from home accommodation with all that you would need for a relaxing break. Customer 73 (November 2010)
This isn’t the largest property we’ve stayed in for five people, however, they used the space really well. The caretaker was extremely helpful, the cottage was well stocked with various items and was spotlessly clean. If you dont plan on spending much time in the property itself, (especially if there’s five of you) this is a great cottage in good location. Customer 74 (October 2010)
Superbly well equipped cottage - everything you might need and more! Fantastic garden with great BBQ and ’little house’ which my daughter loved! Great location, lovely village and close to Hunstanton and other lovely, quieter seaside villages. Loads to do in the area - so much so that we can’t wait to go back next year. Customer 75 (June 2010)
Very quiet location, in the evening, with plenty of things to do if the weather isn’t at its best. The owner was a very helpful and nothing was too much trouble. Customer 76 (May 2010)
Very comnfortable, well stocked, had absolutely everything including dishwasher tablets - we could not fault it at all and have booked a further week. The village shop over the road was good too. Customer 77 (May 2010)
With a toddler and a young son too it was very important to have a washing machine, tumble dryer, dish washer etc at our disposal. The accommodation was adequately safe for young children and excellently thought out in terms of entertainment for them in case of rainy days (endless supply of books, games, DVDs etc) although we were lucky enough not to experience bad weather and were out all the time. It was a comfortable base from where we had good access to the towns and seasides without losing the feeling that we were away from it all, staying in a little village. Customer 78 (April 2010)
Well equipped. Customer 79 (November 2009)
Everything you could possibly need whilst stopping at Langford Cottage was provided including an excellent supply of children’s toys which kept our little boy busy on the days when the weather wasn’t so great. Customer 80 (July 2009)
Very useful village shop opposite sells a bit of everything you need, plus a antique centre within. Customer 81 (July 2009)
This was definitely one of the best, if not the best, holidays we have had. It was our first visit to Norfolk and the cottage was well situated for everywhere that we wanted to go. The weather was a real bonus too. In general it was a holiday to remember. Customer 82 (June 2009)
The cottage was well located in the centre of the village, had a good sized garden with easy access from front and rear, was very clean and comfortable with excellent facilities. Customer 83 (June 2009)
Langford Cottage was by far the best equipped cottage i have ever stayed in. Warm friendly welcome from the caretaker, lovely location we had a wonderful time and would love to repeat the experience again. Customer 84 (May 2009)
This is a very well equipped cottage. This was our fifth visit and we always find new facilities in the house or garden. Customer 85 (February 2009)
The cottage had everything you could possibly wish for - the owners obviously intended it to be home from home & very family orientated. Customer 86 (September 2008)
Great property, fantastic garden. Would definitely recommend and will probably revisit. Wide selection of indoor and outdoor toys and games for children from toddler age up. Family board games, table tennis table in garage. Customer 87 (August 2008)
We couldn’t have asked for more in the property. There were games, a beautiful garden, a garage with a washing machine a dryer, all washing powder.Table tennis, a dart board.you just couldn’t get bored. Customer 88 (February 2008)
The property was perfect for us three ladies, cosy lounge, large dining kitchen and a bedroom each, we were all very pleased. The weather was exceptional for the time of year, and we managed to sit in the garden too. Location excellent for seeing most of Norfolk. We didnt have enough time and will be returning. I thoroughly recommend this property. Customer 89
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