Daisy Cottage is approximtely 200 years old. A Holiday Cottage located just a minute or two’s walk from the centre of Holt and within the sound of the church bells, Daisy, is nonetheless tucked away and secluded with its own private garden and secure parking area (please note there is a 74" height restriction on the access to the parking area).
The garden has a patio area with table and chairs and barbecue as well as a lawned area, the whole being surrounded by secure fencing/walls. The vehicular access is at the rear (from Caston Close) but there is also pedestrian access from the front.
Upstairs the cottage has a double bedroom at the rear and a twin bedroom at the front, all newly furnished and carpeted to a high standard. There is also a large family bathroom newly refurbished and fitted, with WC, hand basin, large bath, separate shower unit and large heated towel rail. The cottage has a new combi boiler so hot water is on demand.
Downstairs the accommodation offers a large lounge with two separate seating areas – the rear one being a sofa-bed which is suitable for accommodating additional guests if required. The conservatory has an extending oak dining table with six chairs and there is an attractive serving hatch through to the kitchen.
The kitchen has been newly fitted with a washing machine, fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker and hob as well as all the other electrical items and crockery that you might expect from a well equipped kitchen. There is however no dishwasher – regrettably there was no room for one – but if you are eating in, perhaps sharing the washing up can give the opportunity to chat over the events of the day or make plans for tomorrow.
For those that do want to eat at home, Holt offers a wide range of independent butchers, fishmongers, delicatessens, grocers, greengrocers and bakers as well as two supermarkets. The food hall at Bakers and Larners (one of the oldest independent department stores in the country) is worth a visit even if you only want to feast your eyes.
For those who prefer to eat out, the town offers three pubs, two with restaurants, Byfords – a wine bar/restaurant offering a wide choice of meals, pizza and pasta, Butlers also a wine bar/restaurant offering a wide choice of food, an Indian restaurant, a Tapas bar and a Chinese takeaway. More or less enough to eat somewhere different every night of the week, without leaving the town! There are also additional cafes and tea rooms offering lunchtime meals or snacks during the day time.
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