The small coastal village of Stiffkey, (pronounced stoo-key) is located 8 miles north west of the picturesque town of Holt. Stiffkey and the neighbouring villages of Morston, Blakeney and Wells-next-the-Sea are areas of outstanding natural beauty and attract keen bird-watchers from afar. They come in search of unusual birds such as redshank, curlew and bittern.There is a good variety of holiday accommodation in and around Stiffkey to suit all needs and budgets.
Accommodation in Stiffkey
Stiffkey Hideaway single-storey extension attached to the owner's bungalow. Tucked away down a quiet lane that leads to the Blakeney National Trust Reserve, stunning Stiffkey Marshes and North Norfolk coastal path, this really is a secret hideaway. If you are looking for a peaceful, relaxing location, with a touch of luxury and lovely open views across farmland to the marshes beyond, this place is just for you!
A cosy, character cottage with lovely views and charming cottage gardens, perfectly located for easy access to the coast and getting out and about.
Owl Cottage (S)
A delightful little hideaway retreat, just made for two. Tucked back from the coast road Owl Cottage sits in a small loke of pretty brick and flint cottages in the charming coastal village of Stiffkey - a popular destination for holidaymakers all year round.