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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Norfolk.
Philippa - verified booking
"If the following things are important to you then don't book a stay at The Old Barn: 1 - WiFi. It didn't work for our entire stay. There isn't a router or booster inside the barn which I am sure doesn't help. We had booked a cottage the specifically had WiFi because we acknowledge that we are 'those' people. And the cottage being in a dead spot for mobile signal, using our data wasn't an option either. We were completely unprepared for this. 2 - A good nights sleep. If you are at all prone to back or neck pain then the beds will not provide a good nights sleep. As there were only 2 of us in this 3 bedroom property, we did try different beds to see if that would help but sadly no. And one of the beds made a noise any time either us shifted our weight. 3 - Being able to watch TV comfortably. This one may not have been as much of an issue if the beds hadn't been a problem but neither my partner or I (and he is 6 inches taller than me) could sit comfortably and watch TV because of where it was placed. If none of those things are an issue for you then The Old Barn could provide a lovely base for you. It is spacious enough for the family to visit and I can see how it would be great for a dog too. The kitchen is a good size and is well stocked with cooking equipment. There is also a laundry room and a large bathroom with both a good sized bath and separate good sized, and reasonably powerful shower. The location is a bit out of the way, but that is what we were expecting so that was no issue. The closest pub, 'The Lighthouse', which although not recommended in the welcome pack at the cottage was actually excellent. The landlord was very welcoming to us and gave us some tips for the best local National Trust places. Oh and the leaflets in the cottage were wildly out of date so I collected a new set and left them there for future guests. I hope you find them useful!"
Stewart - verified booking
"This our 3rd fortnight stay at Shrublands and our 2nd this year. We have stayed in countless holiday rental properties over the last 30 years and Shrublands is one of only two that we have returned to. It is the perfect holiday home, with four good-sized bedrooms, two lounges and separate dining room, so there is space for everyone. It is extremely well-equipped and i would struggle to think of anything we needed that wasn't there.The house is about 10 minutes walk from the Sea and 20 minutes walk from the centre of Cromer, so it's great to be able to leave the car on the drive. North Norfolk has a fantastic bus service and the Coasthopper bus stops at the end of the road. I would strongly encourage you to use the bus to go to places like Wells, Blakeney and Holt.Its fantastic that the owner allows dogs at Shrublands as Norfolk is easily the most dog friendly county in the UK. There are 30 independent coffee shops in Cromer and virtually all of them allow dogs and of course they are almost always welcome in pubs (which is another reason to catch the bus!)I should also like to mention that the owner is always available by phone and if you do have an issue he gets on and sorts it out for you. On our most recent stay there was a problem with the Wifi, which was nothing to do with the equipment at Shrublands but a BT problem in the local area. I reported the issue and he quickly found out what the issue was and kept me updated."
Yvonne - verified booking
"This cabin is idealy situated for bird watchers as it is on the edge of the marshes, there are lots of footpaths unfortunately the access to get to them is not very good as no footpaths along roadside and no parking. The cabin was clean but badly maintained, cobwebs and spiders were very evident, a cobweb brush would have been nice to have been used, as within 30 mins I had to get the hoover out, later on in the week the pipe on the hoover broke so we had to mend that, also the shower pipe we had to replace as it was leaking badly, the freezer door was broken, the curtains did shut properly, the taps badly need the washers replacing . the hot tap in the kitchen went over the work top and bathroom tap needed lots of turns before coming on, the toilet did not flush properly, you had to pump it to get it to flush, NO phone coverage and the wifi did not connect at all, a garden rubbish bag sat by the garden gate as we went in, that had obviously been there for some time. Having said the above, we had a nice stay was really quiet, but would not recommend this to anyone very dissapointed"
Helen - verified booking
"The smallest accommodation we have ever stayed in, nevertheless Sand Martin was very clean and comfortable and perfectly satisfactory for a couple. It was also very quiet (we went out of season) despite being located in a residential/caravan area. From the bungalow, it takes just a minute or two to walk to the beach, or just a few minutes in the opposite direction if you want to avoid steps.Hunstanton itself was a pleasant place to stay; the usual seaside resort activities didn't dominate too much and the small town has a range of shops and places to eat, and includes a couple of supermarkets. We enjoyed the sunsets, visiting the striped cliffs and also touring the local area and coastline. Although we don't have a dog, it was noticeable that the area was very popular with dog owners so you may want to take this into consideration if you have a four legged friend or two to take on holiday! We would certainly return to Hunstanton if we want another seaside break."
Dave - verified booking
"The cottage is large and pretty well stocked with the usual items. The location is on a main road which is quite busy and there are no footpaths (for the first ~ 500yds) the verges are overgrown, uneven and raised from the road so not ideal if you have children or dogs. The main negative point about the cottage are the terrible mattresses in all the rooms, very uncomfortable with springs twanging on every move absolutely woeful state. The general upkeep of the patio seating area and the back of the house where the kitchen overlooks needs some work. The weeds were taking over and visually not a great first .. or second impression. The feature pond was blocked with algae growth and pumping air ... after we cleaned and refilled it was a good addition to the seating area. Overall impression is that the cottage needs some basic garden maintenance and possibly a thorough clean but first on the list if you want to sleep burn the mattresses and replace asap."