Northrepps House is a stunning, four bedroom, traditionally styled flint and brick farmhouse. With a fantastic blend of old-world charm meeting contemporary stylish living, guests will be delighted with this immaculate, spacious holiday home. Located in the pretty village of Northrepps, the house is just 2 miles from the stunning Norfolk coastline and very close to the iconic seaside town of Cromer.
Cromer is famous for its pier and Pavilion Theatre where the UK’s only remaining traditional end of pier variety show takes place each summer and winter. The pier is an enduring example of Victorian architecture, having withstood many storms and tidal surges.
The exterior of Northrepps House is brilliant and gives you an inkling of what to expect when you open the door. Guests are delighted with the fantastic, modern living spaces and the calm, elegant decor. Splashes of exposed flint, restored wooden beams, vaulted ceilings and stunning brick fireplaces offer a warm and inviting ambience. The brilliant white walls work as a wonderful blank canvas for modern artwork. Plush, luxury furnishings are in every room, ensuring modern comfort. Grown-ups will be drawn to the main living room with soft grey sofas and a contemporary log burner in the huge brick inglenook fireplace. Children will be delighted to have their own living room with its treasure chest of games and toys and its fabulous furnishings. The spacious kitchen diner is fantastic for entertaining in cream, white and brown tones. The well-equipped kitchen is a chef’s dream with plenty of preparation space, shiny granite worksurfaces and impressive appliances. There is no excuse not to cook up a storm here!
Outside, guests can enjoy alfresco dining using the house barbecue, table tennis for family fun and relaxation, and you can pop into the deluxe hot tub. What bliss! The garden is spacious with lush green lawns and smart fencing all around, offering complete privacy.
Northrepps House boasts four very special bedrooms. Flint, beams and vaulted ceilings feature. The master bedroom enjoys a king-size bed and an immaculate en-suite bathroom. There are a double room, a twin and another room with a zip and link bed which can either be set up as a super king or twins. All of the bedrooms ooze an elegant luxury feel. There are three contemporary bathrooms in total.
With quiet, sandy beaches close by and all the fun of the fair at Cromer, Northrepps House is a brilliant choice for a family or group of friends. Two of your pets can even come too!
Northrepps is a quiet, pretty village, very close to the famous sandy Norfolk coastline and the charming seaside town of Cromer. Cromer is perched on the very edge of the north Norfolk coast. It is famous for its delicious crabs, wide open beaches, its lighthouse, its proud tradition of RNLI service and, of course, the iconic pier. There are many small local independent shops and you can have a good feast at one of the town’s many restaurants. The Henry Blogg Museum offers a wonderful insite into the lifeboat service’s history.
Mundesley is a pretty Victorian seaside village further east. It is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with fabulous coastal walks. Mundesley became popular with the Victorians after the opening of a railway in 1889. There are plenty of walking footpaths, circular routes and walking trails including the Paston Way and the Norfolk Coast Path. Close by, Southrepps Common is an important area for wildlife with woodland and wild flowers. A fine nine hole golf course built in 1901 sits on the River Mun valley hillside with fantastic views over the coast and countryside.
In the opposite direction, Sheringham is another traditional seaside town on the Deep History Coast. It was once an old fishing village and now offers a Blue Flag beach, scenic walks along the pretty promenade, colourful beach huts, a theatre, museums, cafes, tea rooms, restaurants and many special events. There is a Viking Festival each winter, celebrating the town history and the Crab and Lobster Festival and Sheringham Carnival in the summer months. There is also a Steam Gala in the autumn, celebrating the heritage North Norfolk Railway which runs from Sheringham to Holt, through Kelling with awesome sea views along the way. The National Trust’s Sheringham Park is a popular excursion with miles of hilly countryside covered with gorse and purple heather. Fantastic views can be found at the top of Beeston Bump, a large grassy hill 103 metres tall.
If you carry on from Sheringham, you can enjoy the delights of Blakeney with its stunning Instagram worthy harbour and entertaining seal trips. Further still, Wells and Holkham are wonderful. Inland, Holt is extremely pretty and worth a visit. You will find unique, independent shops, art galleries and, of course, you can take the railway back to Sheringham.
concierge request form or contact Excellence Luxury Villas Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport transfers
- Babysitting/childcare services
Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!