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Details of The Clocktower
The holiday cottage "The Clocktower" can be found in Snettisham, near Sandringham - Norfolk. The Clocktower is about 4 miles from Sandringham. The Clocktower can sleep 2 people with 1 bedroom to sleep your holiday party.
The Clocktower may suit you for a romantic break. For refreshments while staying at The Clocktower, the shop, pub and restaurant are all 1½ miles from The Clocktower.
The rating at The Clocktower is classed as "3 star rating". This means that the cottage will have a good level of quality and comfort.
Reviews of The Clocktower
These are the reviews for The Clocktower. There are 49 reviews.
A lovely compact, quirky little cottage which is ideal for a short stay for 1 -2 people only. Quite remote and a little difficult to find but once there beautiful. . now where to sit outside by the cottage except by the front door (where the car is parked). . close to lots of loacal attractions - you could probably walk to the local pub/shop. Alison from Nottingham (28 July 2017)
Beautiful holiday home, very peaceful and quite . the only problem for us was that it to was a long walk to the village and we had to take the car, but easy to park . wonderful bus service and we had a lovely day in kings lynn. Joan from Cotgrave Nottingham (17 June 2017)
Enjoyed our stay at the clock tower very much a beautiful cottage in peaceful surroundings .it was arranged by my daughter as an anniversary surprise ,we had no idea but I am glad she did . we had a relaxing time there and would love to return someday. Reginald (28 May 2017)
Lovely location and a beautiful cottage. only downfall was the building site, however when the building work next door is complete we shall visit again. the cottage is just idyllic, we had a very relaxing weekend. fully equipped and very comfortable. I would definitely recommend this cottage. Brown from Leicester (15 May 2017)
It was a lovely cottage but we were a bit surprised at all the building work going on around outside. however when we went inside the cottage we were very pleased. it was all done to a high standard and it was lovely upstairs. downstairs was not quite so good as there was not a lot of room in the shower room, although the shower cubicle itself was good. there was not a lot of room in the bedroom to hang clothes, although this did not cause us a problem! we realise that it is someone's house and it was lovely to be able to rent this property with all the owners ornaments, books etc around. the view out of the front window was wonderful and I spent many minutes looking out of there at the lovely surroundings. Overall we really enjoyed our stay in the cottage. Many thanks to the owner. Colin from Portsmouth (06 May 2017)
This cottage was not suitable for us, we knew it was on 2 levels but we were not made aware of the steepness of the stairs, I have some mobility problems, I can normally cope with stairs but these were very steep on the second flight, this should be pointed out in the property description. Linda from Congresbury (29 April 2017)
Super place, so well equipped. Really nice and my wife loved the gambolling lambs in the adjacent field. Very unique but like a home from home. Roger from London (17 April 2017)
One of the best and most unique place we have stayed. lovely in every way. Chris from Lincoln (24 September 2016)
Really enjoyed our stay.very relaxing would diffently stay here again. Linda from Ipswich (26 August 2016)
A very enjoyable stay in what is very surprisingly roomy accommodation. Everything is clean and well thought out. Just perfect for 2 people for a week or weekend. Location is good and quite central to many coastal locations and beautiful countryside. Great local pub/restaurant. Dave from Newport, South Wales (20 August 2016)
A beautiful property, clean and well equipped with everything you need and more. A lovely quiet location with local facilities providing basic provisions; fresh eggs and meat can be sourced from the wildlife park which is on the doorstep. Being used to wifi and sky we spent a happy couple of evenings playing board games drinking local cider. Olwen from Birmingham (29 July 2016)
Had a good week.visited sandringham and holkham hall and did some walking. It was a very cold week weather wise .the storage heaters were on low and so for the first afternoon/evening we were extremely cold .once we sorted the heaters out we were much happier !. well equipped cottage.rose and crown was well worth a visit for a meal. June from Bedford (29 April 2016)
We had a lovely two night stay at the clocktower. There is a lot to do close by. Plenty of walks, stately homes, beaches and shopping all in the nearby area. . the property is delightful, a little off the beaten track but the directions provided were spot on. . it is very pretty and incredibly well maintained. There is everything inside you could need and they have made very good use of the space. . I would have liked wifi but the mobile signal and data signal was good by the windows upstairs and downstairs there was a bt hotspot. . the kitchen had everything you could want even salt and pepper. The shower was really good and the bed comfortable. A bit chilly in the evenings bit the electric fire warmed everything up quickly. . we would stay again. Briony from Norwich (01 November 2015)
This was the perfect 'get-away-from-it-all' for us. the clock tower is full of character and suits being a romantic bolt-hole or 'hide-away'. want to spend some time together just the two of you - this is for you. . m&g Mike from Dartford (11 October 2015)
Quiet and quirky. Good location. But needs some updating and the bed is in desperate need of an upgrade. Confirmed Guest (02 October 2015)
What a lovely surprise we immediately felt cucoone away from all the stressors in life and felt the healing process surrounding us defiantly not a place to miss thank you. Susan from Stokesley (01 August 2015)
Great quiet location, in a beautiful setting. Bedroom is on the ground floor along with the wc/shower room which entails using the stairs quite a lot, also the bed is up against 3 walls which is not good for night time visits to the loo. Otherwise a realy superb place to stay. Confirmed Purchaser (18 October 2014)
Peaceful,relaxing,wonderful holiday. We liked the cottage so much,we didn't want to leave. Kay from Mexborough (14 July 2014)
The cottage itself is lovely and perfect for two people for a weekend but our holiday was marred by the owner forgetting that we were coming to stay so the cottage was not ready for our arrival. Laura from London (01 June 2014)
If you've got a car, this is a great location - really easy to get to some of the fabulous rspb reserves nearby. the cottage itself is well stocked with everything you could need (plus some things you might not - moules pot, anyone?!) the tv is pretty small, and no wifi might be a problem for some. however, lots of books and jigsaws made up for it on a rainy day! there is no private outside space, but there is lots of walking to be done if that's your poison! would stay here again. Lindsey from London (12 May 2014)
It was so nice. Comfortable. A great place to stay. Definitely go again Ann from New Houghton, Notts. (04 October 2013)
Fantastic place. Quiet, comfortable and very restful. Lovely weekend rest! thank you. Peter from Thetford (09 September 2013)
Lovely cottage in a quiet scenic location. Catherine from Leicestershire (22 Jun 2013)
Ideal base to explore area. Very well presented property, clean and well equipped. Very quiet location. Brian from Newtown, Powys (15 Jun 2013)
Stiuated in nice country area away from the village. Very quiet. Plenty of games, books, cd,s to occupy your time if the weather was bad. All the necessary cooking utensils, glasses, cutlery & crockery are provided. The kitchen is fully fitted out. Ronald from Blundeston (03 May 2013)
Excellent accommodation with everything there that you could possibly need. A quiet retreat and perfect base for exploring the local area. Lots of books and information about the local bird life. Rachel from Ipswich (02 November 2012)
Beautifully decorated & equipped. loved everything. bed was comfortable and lounge relaxing, enjoyed the books and puzzles on a very wet day. Sally from Braintree (28 October 2012)
Beautifully restored property in perfect location (for us as we were visiting the rspb reserve at snettisham). . extremely well equipped. Very clean and tidy. Was all I thought it was going to be and more John from Yate (20 October 2012)
Location for the coast, bird watching and places of interest. Roger from Carshalton Beeches (12 October 2012)
Beautiful tranquil setting - all requirements catered for. no light polution and starry nights! found lovely pubs. very clean and comfortable Helen from Fareham (20 September 2012)
Lovely quirky little cottage, nicely presented, and in a quiet location; convenient for the coast. James from Suffolk (16 September 2012)
Lovely quiet location. Beautifully renovated property. Extremely well equipped cottage. Jackie from Colchester (27 August 2012)
A wonderful place to stay, very well equipped, comfortable and spotlessly clean.there are lots of books (some written by the owner of the cottage), games, jigsaws, a television, dvds and cds for you to use. It is in a quiet spot well placed for touring the north coast. There is an rspb bird sanctuary nearby for bird watchers. The village of snettisham is close-by for provisions. This cottage is ideal for people wanting a quiet getaway holiday--not for the party crowd! we had a wonderful stay in this quirky little gem of a cottage. Hazel from Oldham (10 August 2012)
The cottage is situated in an beautiful area and is away from any built up areas. It is extremely well decorated and includes many extras, reflecting the owners style and obvious love of the area, which added to my experience. Although the bedroom is small it is ideal for a couple or as in my case an individual guest. It is ideally situated for exploring the many nature reserves and resorts on the norfolk coast plus a visit to sandringham. Excellent value for money Geoffrey from Littleborough (22 June 2012)
The Clocktower is a hidden gem in a great location. Lovely conversion, everthing you need for a quiet retreat away from it all, nature on your doorstep. I’m sure springwatch could do a great program from this location alone. Customer 35 (May 2012)
This is a lovely and unusual cottage for 2. We found it very relaxing and immediately felt at home. It has absolutely everything required including lists of books and things to do if the weather isn’t so good. Customer 36 (April 2012)
We loved it - there was nothing we could fault - ideal for two people - would definitely go again. Customer 37 (September 2011)
Beautiful unusual property which is set in a lovely village near to RSPB reserve . It is very homely with much appreciated little details such as CD’s and helpful DVD of local bird reserves. Very relaxing place to stay. Customer 38 (August 2011)
Full of character, friendly feel and comfortable. Very small downstairs bedroom and bathroom, but we didn’t mind and it suited our requirements perfectly. Bathroom had obviously recently been re fitted - very nicely indeed, given the small space. Customer 39 (November 2010)
Great ’get away from it all’ property. Customer 41 (September 2010)
A very nice cottage which is well furnished. Lovely prints on the walls. Good collection of CDs books, information, maps etc. Customer 42 (June 2010)
Unique, well cared for property with some unusual features. Customer 43 (May 2010)
Interesting, well equipped, clean and lots of personal touches. Customer 44 (April 2010)
Wondeful setting, comfortable, clean, had everything one needed. Customer 45 (August 2009)
Our first trip to Norfolk won’t be our last! The Clockhouse is nestled away in the beautiful village of Snettisham which has 2 fantastic spots for dinner. We had a fantastic week and found the Clockhouse the ideal base for exploring the local area by foot, bike and car. Customer 46 (September 2006)
The accommodation, location and presentation of the holiday, was outstanding. Customer 47 (August 2006)
We booked everything a very short notice on the internet, the accommodation was fabulous and the location was ideal for what we wanted, a quiet, romantic and comfortable long weekend. Customer 48 (June 2006)
Lovely histroic building, quirky layout, quiet location , yet not too far from the village. Plenty of local places to visit. Very well equipped accommodation. Customer 49
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