Stody Hall Holidays offers two luxurious self-catering cottages
within the grounds of Stody Hall, near Holt in north Norfolk.
This is a beautiful setting, a peaceful haven from which to explore this unspoilt area of Norfolk
Stody Hall is set on a hill overlooking a delightful stream that flows into the River Glaven.
A manor house has been on this site for over 500 years and is considered to be of historical interest along with St Mary’s church directly opposite - one of Norfolk’s better preserved Saxon round towered buildings.
This area of Norfolk is like no other. There are pretty little churches, tiny winding lanes and pantiled flint cottages. Stody is about 15 minutes' drive from the sea, sailing at Blakeney, bird watching at Cley and seal trips from Morston.
Whether your interests are National Trust properties or stately homes, wildlife, churches, golf, walking, cycling, sandy beaches or just relaxing, this part of Norfolk appeals to everyone.
The north Norfolk coast is famous for its wildlife. It’s unique wetland environments are a great attraction to both birdwatchers and enthusiastic walkers. There are miles upon miles of often nearly deserted expanses of sand, marsh and dunes, which are part of the designated North Norfolk Coastal Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The seemingly endless open sands of Holkham offer a wonderful environment for viewing one of the widest skies imaginable. A perfect antidote to all the stresses of the modern world, yet only 4 miles from the Georgian town of Holt.