Hambledon is a beautiful, quaint and much photographed 18th Century Cottage at the heart of the beautiful coastal village of Cley-Next-The-Sea. Tastefully decorated with Farrow & Ball paints and furnished with "And so to Bed" Brass Beds with superb mattresses and with a Fired Earth Slipper bath the cottage has exposed beams, an enclosed courtyard and log burning stove. If you want a traditional cosy cottage yet with modern plumbing and all creature comforts then this will be your ideal Norfolk Coastal 'Home from Home'. Cley-Next-The-Sea is an ideal base for exploring the North Norfolk Heritage Coast on foot, by bike or by car. Only minutes from the sea and a short drive to Blakeney for visiting the seals on Blakeney Point or the Georgian Town of Holt with many interesting 'one of a kind' shops. Cley is also home to Norfolk Wildlife Trust's oldest and best known nature reserve which is readily accessible within three minutes walk of the cottage. A must for keen bird watchers.
The George Inn is less than 100 metres away on foot and is a very friendly local with great food and drink. Even nearer is the fabulous exquisite delicatessen "Picnic Fayre' plus the Smoked Fish shop and also "Made in Cley" Pottery. A short walk away on the green is the 'Three Swallows' Public House and a few minutes further [again on foot] you will find The Wiveton Bell a beautiful pub with delicious home cooked fare.