Fancy a drink? You'll be pleased to hear there is a pub near this cottage
There is space to park your car at Trailor Cottage
You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
Details of Trailor Cottage
The holiday cottage "Trailor Cottage" can be found in Weybourne , near Holt - Norfolk. Trailor Cottage is about 4 miles from Holt. This cottage sleeps 6 people, and has 3 bedrooms.
It's worth looking at Trailor Cottage if you're after a family holiday cottage. If a meal out is on the cards, the pub and restaurant are 80 yards, and the shop is 50 yards from Trailor Cottage.
This cottage has a 4 star rating, which means that Trailor Cottage has an excellent standard throughout.
Reviews of Trailor Cottage
These are the reviews for Trailor Cottage. There are 26 reviews.
Lovely property. we had a peaceful, calm and relaxing holiday. the food at the pub is absolutely brilliant but would advise booking ahead as it is full most nights. good as a base to explore and for leisurely walks. Sue from London (17 June 2017)
Although cottage was good could do with rear yard to sit and have your morning coffee. And the left hand first floor bedroom is a health and safety hazard with floor beams 30 to. 50mm above the floor creating a trip hazard. John from Leicester (27 May 2017)
We love staying at trailor cottage and have stayed there 3 times now. The only thing I would suggest is putting a small fence around the front garden so people feel more comfortable to sit out there when it's sunny. Stowe from Southewell, Nottinghamshire (08 April 2017)
It immediately felt cosy and welcoming when we walked into the cottage and we were very pleased with the rooms and seaside touches everywhere! it's all been thoughtfully done and in keeping with a holiday by the sea. great location in the village in a quiet cul-de-sac, but within a very short walk to the village shop and the local pub, both of which are excellent! Paul from Oxford (15 October 2016)
From a dog owners point of view the only down side was no enclosed space so that the dogs could enjoy some fresh air, other than that fantastic Marilyn from Leicester (24 September 2016)
Nice cottage in a nice location with pub and beach very near. Lack of wifi is a real problem. We came armed with kindles, i-pads and phones and didn't even occur to us there'd be no wifi. Got to be an easy fix to get this sorted. Jeff from Luton (13 August 2016)
No wifi. Garden needed fencing in for dogs. Broken toilet seat in en suite Dave from Chesterfield (23 July 2016)
We were disappointed as there was no garden with this cottage, maybe mention this fact on the website? I don't think it should be described as dog friendly. . the location was perfect, near a good pub and lovely shop. . the 2 bedrooms upstairs were not great, very limited room as in the roof. I wouldn't book again. Customer 8 from Weybourne (09 July 2016)
This is a lovely cottage and is well equipped though without a "proper" garden. but no problem because locally, it's a whole five minute walk from a beautiful pebble beach or three minutes to the local pub and both are dog friendly. There is a tesco in sheringham for the weekly shop but in truth the absence of the big names in the surrounding market towns makes shopping a more pleasant experience. Sightseeing was a pleasure - holt, burnham market, winterton (the beach!), holkham etc etc - as was relaxing in the cottage - very quiet and peaceful. Trailor cottage again? yes please. Ian from Holmfirth (02 July 2016)
Lovely place to stay , just a shame it had no garden for the children or the dog . Customer 10 from Ipswich (04 June 2016)
We loved staying at trailor cottage it's the second time we have been now. The only thing I would suggest that would make it perfect would be to fence the front garden in so it's safe to sit out there for the children and dog. It is in a perfect place walking distance to the beach, pub and shop. Would stay there again. Nathan, zoe, charlie and eleanor and our dog harold Zoe from Southwell, Nottinghamshire (09 April 2016)
A clean, cosy cottage in an ideal location with easy access to the beach and coastal walks. It was well equipped and well maintained. the local pub and village shop were great. the only criticisms are that the bed in the downstairs bedroom was a little uncomfortable for us and the unenclosed, front-only garden is not ideal for dog-owners. overall a lovely stay. Sue from Nuneaton (17 October 2015)
Lovely cottage had everything we needed except an enclosed garden!! in the details it states landscaped garden & patio we thought it would have been enclised being as it a pet friendly cottage. We were very dissappointed but worked arond it. Shame though as it would have made it perfect. . brilliant location with good walks close by. . well equiped and plenty of space for 4 adults & 2 dogs. Would be a squeeze for 6 adults but 4 adults & 2 children or 2&4 would be fine as long s you don't need a garden! Jo from Coventry (12 September 2015)
Trailor cottage we had a really lovely week cottage was home from home would go back Linda from Huntingdonshire (18 July 2015)
A very comfortable and convenient cottage, equipment etc. Was more than adequate. A note re bin collection days would have been helpful as the bins were nearly full when we arrived and were not emptied whilst we were there. We found the information about the area very helpful as we had never been to this area before and hpe to return at some time. Blodwyn from Gloucester (20 June 2015)
First time in norfolk and I had my disabled 86 year old mother , 2 dogs hubby sister and brother in law. This was perfect. The cottage is so lovely, nice fresh colours clean and very very well equipped. The local shop is a joy and the local pub does the most wonderful food. Stony beach was 100 yards away and my husband took dogs there most mornings and could walk for miles. The north norfolk coastal path is at the beach as well for avid walkers. There is so much to do in the area then you can come back to your peaceful cottage. There is parking for 2 cars behind each other, this did not present a problem for us as we were all together. Beds were comfortable and we all slept better than at home. Loved it so much we are going back in september Lynn from Ashford, Kent (13 June 2015)
This is a lovely, well situated cottage with both shop and pub nearby. it was reasonably well presented with everything we needed provided. it would, however, have been nice to have some larger drinking glasses. . only quibbles would be the fact that though it claims to have two parking spaces there is only really one but we got round this by parking our cars one behind the other. additionally though it states there is a garden this is really just a small area on the front not really suitable for sitting out with a dog as it is not enclosed. . nevertheless we would stay again if in this vicinity Sue from Wolverhampton (13 September 2014)
The cottage itself was lovely but there were a couple of minor things that would mean that we would not stay again. Firstly there was no handover book so we had no idea how to 'use' the cottage - don't know if it had been accidently thrown away but we searched high and low and could not find it. As a consequence we couldn't get the hot water to work properly to use the bath so had showers in the en-suite all week. Additionally my husband found the mattress to be indequate as he is very slim build so resorted to purchasing an air bed and sleeping on the floor. It is a shame as the cottage is quite beautiful and very well presented. I would also question the second parking space as we only found one and the road outside was completely full of cars for the holiday cottages opposite constantly and in fact on two nights they block our car in to the parking space as there was no-where else to go. Kim from Cambridge (23 August 2014)
Although fairly well equipped it was let down by lots of things, such as it was difficult to use the on suit shower as the door hit the toilet, the bath in the bathroom was cracked, it was supposed to be dog friendly yet the only garden was the unfenced plot at the front of the property, it had a washing machine yet it was quite difficult to get things dry through the lack of outside drying facilities. The extractor fan over the cooker didn't appear to be connected and therefore cooking smells lingered in the property. The extractor fan in the on suit shower also did not appear to be connected which made condensation a bit of a problem. It was almost impossible to walk about in bare feet because what ever the carpets were made of it was like walking on ridged concrete. The glass in the front door was plain glass and the net curtain did not stop people outside looking in at night when the lights were on, which made it feel a little uncomfortable. There was no information relating to the collection of rubbish bins or what was recyclable, from experience each council has its own rules. (it looked as if the bins hadn't been collected for weeks) certainly over priced compared with other holiday properties we have rented Gundry from Sutton (16 August 2014)
The cottage was very well equipped and in a very nice location only small point after the leaking water tap was reported it took 4 days to repair the towels we ordered were not there but when contacted they arrived the same day. Rod from Swaffham (28 June 2014)
Wonderful place to stay. My only point to make is that it would have been nice to have an enclosed space to sit, like a small courtyard or garden. Apart from that, a lovely place. We had a bit of trouble with hot water, and that was fixed very quickly by speaking to the owner. Carol from Cardiff (07 June 2014)
A comfortable cottage in a good location. It is ideal for touring the local area either by car or walking. The cottage was clean, warm and well equipped for our needs. There is a shop and pub very close by where meals are served and the shop sells wonderful homemade cakes, pastries and bread. We shall certainly be visiting again. Wendy from Derby (05 April 2014)
Trailor cottage is not worth the money. we always book cottages that will accommodate a higher number of people to ensure we have a greater level of comfort. this cottage is meant to be for six people and two dogs. we are two adults, one child and one dog, and struggled with the amount of space. it claims to have a garden but this is a gravel patch in front of cottage's only door and so there is nowhere for a dog to run about. it advertises that there is a fridge freezer but this is only a fridge with a small ice box. the open plan nature makes is very difficult with a dog and we were glad we had taken a crate with us. there were cobwebs on the lamps and a broken glass in the cupboard. the guest book is filled with similar comments so I wonder if anyone is taking the trouble to read it? the area is fantastic but we would not stay at trailor coattage again. Kathryn from Doncaster (26 October 2013)
Improvements need to be made to this property and alterations on the information given in brochure :. only one car parking space when the information states there is two. The front door, its the only door into the property and we had a lot of problems with it and according to the book, other people had problems too and these were not properly resolved before we hired it. No enclosed garden, even though its supposed to be dog friendly. Hole in kitchen floor. Cobwebs. Noisy plumbing in the en-suite bathroom. Broken blinds and no door curtain for privacy and warmth. All these things, we think are easily resolved and would make this property value for money and a comfortable place to stay. We enjoyed the holiday, but some of these things would make it better and if they were resolved, we would visit again. It had a nice lay out and wonderful location in weybourne. Comfortable beds. Cliff from Leicester (21 September 2013)
A good basic cottage, a little lacking in natural light but that's not what we were there for. beds ok, sofa uncomfortable, tv a bit weird - kept having to go through a great long reboot procedure to get it to work. location perfect - village very friendly (shop, pub & those locals at the village fete.) enough space for 4 of us to be comfortable. Rose from Bracknell (17 August 2013)
Property is described as having easy access and a garden. The 'garden' is just a gravelled section in front of the house, plus two difficult steps for my elderly mother to negotiate. There is nowhere to sit outside and no enclosed are to let the dog out. Also no bin in the kitchen. Ground floor en suite shower tiny - difficult to get in and out of it. Elizabeth from Leicester (20 Jul 2013)
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