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Sexton's Cottage is a charming artist's cottage, originally two cottages, in traditional flint, brick and pantile construction, with a number of unusual features. It is not a 'standard issue' holiday cottage but a personal home, with several individual touches and a library of good literature and collection of DVDs.
It retains its traditional character and is decorated in sympathetic style, with period furniture and a working Victorian harmonium.
It has a sunny terrace garden with fruiting vines and a large mixed orchard with apples, pears, cherries, plums and peaches, which visitors are welcome to enjoy.
Thornage is an attractive conservation flint village in rolling farmland, only four miles from the sea at Blakeney and two miles from the lively market town of Holt. The village scenes from the film "The Go-Between" were shot on the village green. The church is particularly fine and sheep graze in the churchyard.