The small village of Sedgeford is roughly 4 miles south of the Norfolk coast and 3 miles east of The Wash. The village is steeped in history, with many objects being unearthed to suggest that the area has been inhabited since very early times. Sedgeford church, St Mary, is hidden in a valley and has some fine stained glass. Sedgeford has a post office and general store as well as a first school and playgroup. In 2000 a new village hall was opened which plays host to a variety of clubs and organisations.
Accommodation in Sedgeford
The Coach House (SE)
This characterful detached converted barn with arched windows is in the attractive village of Sedgeford, just a short drive from the many lovely beaches on the North Norfolk coast. It’s perfect for walkers, beach enthusiasts, bird spotters or those wanting to get away from it all.
A beautifully restored, 400 year old traditional Norfolk cottage in the village of Sedgeford, just three miles from the lovely North Norfolk coast. The cottage is furnished to a very high standard with every modern and stylish convenience, making this a wonderful home from home.
A stylishly renovated two bedroom cottage in the attractive village of Sedgeford. The cosy and comfortable accommodation is just a couple of minutes away from the popular King William Pub with restaurant and only five minutes drive from lovely beaches.
An immaculately presented, detached three-bedroom family holiday home, furnished to a very high standard with luxurious touches. Beautifully situated in the charming village of Sedgeford, just 3 miles from the coast.