Drift Cottage Farm
An Idyllic North Norfolk Holiday Escape
Drift Cottage Farm is a wonderful holiday destination located in North Norfolk, nestled amongst fields and woodlands on a 3 acre plot. It is perfectly situated to explore Norfolk’s beautiful countryside, coast and broads. It comprises of four traditional brick and flint holiday cottages, The Barn sleeps 8, Stable Cottage sleeps 6, Anvil Cottage sleeps 6, Chestnut Cottage sleeps 2, as well as 2 Shepard Huts. Situated at the end of a quiet lane on the outskirts of the village of Felbrigg, just a 1.5 miles walk to Cromer.
The lane (The Driftway) is on the Weavers’ Way, a walking route that will take you from Cromer to Great Yarmouth. The Victorian seaside town of Cromer, with its award winning pier, it is just a 30 minute walk from the cottages along this footpath. As well as the Weavers Way there are an abundance of activities and attractions close by. Felbrigg Hall is just a 20 minute walk away.
We are Dog Friendly
The location of the cottages makes this area ideal for owners to bring their dogs, with direct access to the famous Weavers Way Footpath, running from Cromer to Great Yarmouth.
Dog Terms and Conditions
Dogs are welcome at DCF but please inform the owners when making the booking that you intend to bring a dog, there is an additional fee of £25.00/dog per stay. If you would like to bring more than one dog then please inform the owners, it is down to the owner’s discretion to allow more than one dog in each holiday let.
Where possible owners should bring their own crates or beds for the dogs to sleep in and stay in if left on their own. At no time are dogs allowed on the sofas, beds or in the bedrooms to prevent damage and dirt/hair on the soft furnishing. All dogs should have all their flea/tick and worming treatments up to date before their arrival. No dogs should be left in the property for extended periods of time on their own to prevent damage and anxiety. All mess should be cleared up from the garden areas and disposed of in the black bins before departure. Any damage will be charged for and owners should be made aware before your departure.
Places to Visit
North Norfolk has many amazing places to visit etc etc
A National Trust property with a fine 17th-century mansion, large peaceful grounds, gardens, a lake and acres and acres of woods where you can walk and cycle at any time from dawn to dusk the whole year-round.
A beautiful Victorian seaside resort town perched atop a cliff overlooking magnificent sandy beaches. Cromer Pier was named UK Pier of the Year in 2015, and the Pavillion Theatre provides one of the last end-of-the-pier concerts. You are also welcome to visit the lifeboat station and observe it. The famed Cromer crabs are still caught by fishing boats launched from the shore. Shops, pubs, restaurants, and cafes line the main streets and alleyways.
A delightful seaside town with loverly independent shops. On Saturdays, there is a popular market adjacent to the Poppy line Steam railway station, which operates steam train rides to Holt.
Norfolk is host to many exciting events for the whole family, these are some of our favourites…
Sheringham Viking Festival
These are just a view for the amazing views that North Norfolk has to offer.
Kind words from our guests.
Dawn, Dec 2020
The property was fantastic, clean, warm, well equipped and ideally situated. Definitely going back again!!
Hayley, Oct 2020
We really enjoyed the space and comfort of the property, just a shame we couldn’t stay longer this time. They left a freshly made cake which was amazing.
Daniel, Sept 2020
Cottage was down a very quiet lane, with two other cottages next to it. The cottage was perfect. Decorated to a very good standard, with a very well provisioned kitchen. Comfortable lounge area and good sized dining table. Very comfortable beds (the double was one of the best i’ve slept in) and nice bathrooms. Small outside lawn area for the dogs to run around. Lovely walk into the center of Cromer (about 45mins). We ordered food from the local Thai take-away which was excellent. Already booked for next Easter, which is high praise indeed. Highly recommended. We can see this cottage become our base for future holidays in the future.
Sarah, Oct 2020
Very well equipped and comfortable. Lovely walk along footpath into Cromer. Rural location but near all local facilities.
Drift Cottage Farm.
Felbrigg, Nr Cromer
For: Shepards Huts, The Barn and Chestnut Cottage
Contact: Stacey Long
For: Anvil Cottage and Stable Cottage
Contact: Stephan & Judy Neethling