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Prices (exc. Bank Holidays & School Holidays)
January, February, March Long weekend £160
November, December Mid week break £200
April, May, October Long weekend £190
Mid week break £220
June, September Long weekend £215
Mid week break £245
July 6th & August 31st Week £345
Long weekend - 3 nights Arrive Friday, depart Monday
Mid week - 4 nights Arrive Monday, depart Friday
Week - 7 nights Arrive Friday, depart Friday
Bank Holidays & School Holidays - 7 nts unless shown otherwise
February Half Term 7 - 21 Feb £270
Easter School Holidays 12 - 19 Mar £300
19 - 26 Apr
Easter Week 19 - 25 Apr £345
May Day Bank Holiday 2 - 6 May £225
Spring Bank Holiday 30 May - 6 Jun £370
Summer School Holiday 12 Jul - 30 Aug £400
October Half Term 25 Oct - 1 Nov £325
Christmas 2019 14 - 28 Dec £430
New Year 2019 - 5 nights 28 Dec - 2 Jan £355
Prices include electricity and heating
All bed linen is supplied, but please bring your own towels
Normal arrival/departure times 3pm and 10am
Short Weekends - with late departure Sunday - available Nov - Mar
prices available on request
All prices held until the end of December
Herb Cottage is a small self-catering holiday let sleeping two people in a king size bed, with a kitchenette, free sat TV/DVD an open plan living/dining area and shower room/wc.
Herb Cottage is a tastefully converted detached cart barn in a secluded position overlooking open countryside. Features include a vaulted beamed ceiling and is furnished to a high standard.
Please Note: We have a strict 'No Pets and No Smoking' policy.
King Size Bed
Gunthorpe is a conservation village set in the Glaven Valley close to the North Norfolk coast; (Blakeney Point 5 miles) and the Georgian market town of Holt (6 miles)
The Parish Church of Saint Mary stands on its own at the northern end while to the west lies Gunthorpe Hall built in 1778, originally designed by Sir John Soane, overlooks the picturesque parkland with its lake and herd of deer.
There are attractive footpaths all around and beyond the dismantled railway line at the southern end of the parish is reputed to be Norfolk's second highest point
AREA OF OUTSTANDING NATURAL BEAUTY
The North Norfolk coast line is designated as being of outstanding natural beauty . Blakeney National Nature Reserve, Sheringham Park, and the Brancaster Estate are all within a short distance.
Gunthorpe is located within the heart of Norfolk's best birdwatching area being some 6 miles from the nationally renowned reserve at Cley and Pensthorpe whilst Titchwell is within easy distance too.