Built in the 16th century and Grade 2 listed, the Pilgrims’ holiday properties offer you the opportunity to relax, unwind and rest in this beautiful part of the English countryside.

Consisting of five properties, housed with their own gardens, and complete with their very own pool and spa, Pilgrims Cottages provides those who stay here with a haven of tranquility and calm from life’s busy schedules.

Explore our properties below.

PILGRIMS HOUSE

Superb renovation of 16th Century Grade II listed house, sleeps up to twelve, with use of an indoor heated swimming pool, takes short breaks all year, a great location for a relaxing break with family and friends.

Ground Floor
Kitchen with two built in electric cookers, electric range cooker with rotisserie and six burner gas hob, combination microwave, large fridge, large freezer with ice maker, dishwasher, rinser tap, filtered water tap. Table and eight chairs

Dining Room with dining table and twelve chairs, Dimplex Opti mist electric fire and hostess trolley

Sitting room has exposed beams, comfortable seating, SMART TV with SKY and Apple TV, gas fired wood burner style fire

The Library is a large room with built in book cases and wine cabinet, leather Chesterfield sofa and chairs, projector and screen, TV with Apple TV and Playstation

Utility/Boot Room/Cloakroom with washing machine, tumble dryer, Belfast sink and wc

Bedroom 1 – The Snug has a 4’6” double bed, wall mounted SMART TV.
En-suite with shower, washbasin and wc.

First Floor
Bedroom 2 – The Princess has a super king bed which converts to twin beds, please request on booking, wall mounted SMART TV, step up into The Smugglers Room which is a Jack & Jill bathroom complete with a roll top bath and hand held telephone style spray attachment, wash basin, wc, and under floor heating. Door leading to landing

Bedroom 3 – The Canary has a king size bed, wall mounted SMART TV and an En-suite with shower, washbasin and wc

Bedroom 4 – Danny Boy has twin beds which convert to a super king bed, please request on booking, there is a wall mounted SMART TV and there is an En-suite with shower, wash basin and wc

Bedroom 5 – The Master has a king size sleigh bed, with a pop up SMART TV in foot board, entrance to this room is via an elegant en-suite bathroom with a corner Jacuzzi bath with coloured lighting, double wash basins and wc – under floor heating. 

Second Floor – short flight of steep stairs
Bedroom 6 – The Look Out – tucked under the eaves you are an the top of the house – 4’6” double bed with pop up SMART TV in foot board, En-suite with shower, washbasin and wc.,

Bedroom 2 – The Princess has a super king

Swimming Pool: At the centre of the complex a 16th Century Grade II listed, thatched barn houses a large 13 x 5 metre heated indoor swimming pool and has exposed beams and stained glass windows, with sauna, shower and wc The pool, with an average year round temperature of 30c, is available for all guests between 11.00hr to 16.00hrs, and exclusive use for guests in Pilgrims House between 16.00hrs and 17.00hrs . All other times the pool may be booked at a discounted price of £8 per half hour (normally £10) with the complex manager

Garden:
Fully enclosed walled garden a few steps away from house with lawn, patio, gas barbecue, table and chairs

Parking:
Designated space in car park for two large cars. Further roadside parking opposite the property available  

Heating:
Gas central heating combination of radiators and underfloor

Also provided:
Towels. Books and games. Radio. All bedrooms have SMART TV’s with Netflix, Amazon prime, and access to shared film library (up to 3,000 films available)

Notes:
This is a non smoking property and pets are also not accepted. Mobile reception – variable. Children must be supervised at all times when close to water.

Pilgrim House is an impressive 16th Century Grade II listed property, standing on the same complex as Pilgrims Holiday Cottages in the heart of Bacton.

The house has been extensively renovated and now offers super accommodation in six bedrooms all with en-suite facilities. While there are modern bathrooms, a well equipped kitchen and a very impressive technology package the overall character of this lovely house has been retained. With a wealth of beams, original fireplaces and a room with some 11th century stone pamments from the ruins of nearby Bromholme Priory.

There is an onsite heated indoor pool and guests staying in Pilgrim House will have exclusive use for an hour each day, you can also use the communal games room. If you are a larger party the other Pilgrim cottages can be booked enabling parties of up to thirty guests to holiday together.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Sleeps 12
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Broadband
  • Welcome Pack
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • No Pets
  • High Chair
  • Garden

GALLERY

Photo of Pilgrims Chase exterior

PILGRIMS CHASE

Pilgrims Chase is a high quality conversion of four stables and a feed barn. All the original beams are intact. There are pitch pine and terracotta tile floors throughout. Equestrian memorabilia abound. The Chase is laid out on the ground floor and may be suitable for the less able.

Spacious sitting/ dining room room with comfortable seating, TV, DVD player, digital set-top box, radio/CD player and gate-leg dining table and six chairs. There is a Tudor brick fireplace with gas log fire. Kitchen with electric cooker/grill, dishwasher, larder fridge with icebox and microwave.

Bathroom with a large bath/shower, washbasin and WC.

Bedroom 1 with a double bed, side tables, wardrobe, chest and dressing table.

Bedroom 2 with twin beds, side tables and hanging space.

Bedroom 3 with twin beds, side tables and hanging space. 

Useful Information
Gas central heating
Towels are provided but please bring your own beach/pool towels.
Books, games and CDs.
Access to WiFi Internet connection.

Once an important place of pilgrimage, the ruins of Bromholm Priory are still to be seen in Bacton today. The Priory was built in 1113 AD by William de Glanville and was home to the Cluniacs, the Black Monks who purchased a piece of the True Cross, the Bromholm Roode. Ensuing miracles ensured visits by many thousands of pilgrims including King Henry III. The Priory was mentioned in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the Domesday Book, and was the subject of a prediction in Mother Shipton’s Almanac.

Today the coastal village opens its doors to the 21st century pilgrims who visit for their holidays. They enjoy the friendly village atmosphere and the sandy beaches, which are often quiet even in the height of summer. There is a good range of local amenities including pubs, shops, a children’s playground and a bowling green.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Sleeps 6
  • Saturday Changover
  • Broadband
  • Welcome Pack
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Pets Welcome
  • High Chair
  • Garden

GALLERY

PILGRIMS PROSPECT

Pilgrims Prospect is a stunning conversion of the original tack room and forge, and has many unique features. It has terracotta floors throughout the ground floor and old pine floorboards to the upper galleries. Flint walls and exposed beams give character to this delightful cottage, whilst underfloor heating gives a cosy feeling in winter.

Ground Floor
Spacious Sitting/Dining Room with comfortable seating, TV, DVD player, digital set-top box, radio/CD player, dining table and chairs and a flame-effect fire set in the old kiln giving a feeling of times gone by Kitchen with electric cooker/grill, dishwasher, microwave and larder fridge with icebox Bathroom with bath/shower attachment, washbasin and WC.

First Floor
Accessed from Sitting Room Gallery Bedroom 1 – a heavy curtain provides privacy if required with a double bed, side tables, dressing table and hanging space Gallery Bedroom 2 – a heavy curtain provides privacy if required with twin beds, side tables and wardrobe.

Useful Information
Gas central heating
Towels are provided but please bring your own beach/pool towels.
Books, games and CDs. Access to WiFi Internet connection.

Notes: We regret that Pilgrims Prospect is unsuitable for children under 7.

Once an important place of pilgrimage, the ruins of Bromholm Priory are still to be seen in Bacton today. The Priory was built in 1113 AD by William de Glanville and was home to the Cluniacs, the Black Monks who purchased a piece of the True Cross, the Bromholm Roode. Ensuing miracles ensured visits by many thousands of pilgrims including King Henry III. The Priory was mentioned in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the Domesday Book, and was the subject of a prediction in Mother Shipton’s Almanac.

Today the coastal village opens its doors to the 21st century pilgrims who visit for their holidays. They enjoy the friendly village atmosphere and the sandy beaches, which are often quiet even in the height of summer. There is a good range of local amenities including pubs, shops, a children’s playground and a bowling green.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Sleeps 4
  • Saturday Changover
  • Broadband
  • Welcome Pack
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Pets Welcome
  • High Chair
  • Garden

GALLERY

Photo of Pilgrims Progress exterior

PILGRIMS PROGRESS

Pilgrims Progress is an attractive conversion of a small Norfolk barn, featuring flint walls and exposed beams with elm boards and terracotta tile flooring. 

Ground Floor
Open Plan Sitting Room with two comfortable sofas, corner fireplace with realistic flame-effect electric fire, TV with digital set-top box, DVD player, radio/CD player and stained glass window.

Kitchen/Dining Room with an electric cooker/grill, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge with icebox and an antique farmhouse dining table and chairs.

Bathroom with bath/shower, washbasin and WC.

Bedroom 1 with twin beds, side tables, wardrobe, dressing table, stained glass window and French doors leading on to the garden.

First Floor
Gallery Bedroom 2 accessed from dining area, steep wooden steps which can be left in position or put into vertical position to give more space below, a double low-level bed, drawers and hanging space. 

Useful Information
Gas central heating
Towels are provided but please bring your own beach/pool towels.
Books, games and CDs.
Access to WiFi Internet connection.

Notes: Ground floor layout may be suitable for the less able. Please ask for details.

Once an important place of pilgrimage, the ruins of Bromholm Priory are still to be seen in Bacton today. The Priory was built in 1113 AD by William de Glanville and was home to the Cluniacs, the Black Monks who purchased a piece of the True Cross, the Bromholm Roode. Ensuing miracles ensured visits by many thousands of pilgrims including King Henry III. The Priory was mentioned in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the Domesday Book, and was the subject of a prediction in Mother Shipton’s Almanac.

Today the coastal village opens its doors to the 21st century pilgrims who visit for their holidays. They enjoy the friendly village atmosphere and the sandy beaches, which are often quiet even in the height of summer. There is a good range of local amenities including pubs, shops, a children’s playground and a bowling green.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Sleeps 4
  • Saturday Changover
  • Broadband
  • Welcome Pack
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Pets Welcome
  • High Chair
  • Garden

GALLERY

Photo of Pilgrims Cottage exterior

PILGRIMS COTTAGE

Pilgrims Cottage was the original cottage in the Pilgrims collection and it has recently been refurbished. It was built in the 18th century and thatched in Norfolk reed. The cottage is laid out on the ground floor and has a real feel of traditional rural life.

Sitting Room with comfortable seating, flatscreen TV, DVD player, digital set-top box, radio/CD player and open fire – coal and wood supplied Kitchen with electric cooker/grill, dishwasher, larder fridge with icebox, microwave, walk-in larder and foldaway table and chairs.

Bathroom with a free-standing bath/shower attachment, washbasin and WC.

Bedroom 1 with a double bed, side tables, dressing table and mahogany clothes stand.

Bedroom 2 with twin beds and corner hanging space.

Useful Information
Gas central heating
Towels are provided but please bring your own beach/pool towels.
Books, games and CDs.
Access to WiFi Internet connection.

Once an important place of pilgrimage, the ruins of Bromholm Priory are still to be seen in Bacton today. The Priory was built in 1113 AD by William de Glanville and was home to the Cluniacs, the Black Monks who purchased a piece of the True Cross, the Bromholm Roode. Ensuing miracles ensured visits by many thousands of pilgrims including King Henry III. The Priory was mentioned in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the Domesday Book, and was the subject of a prediction in Mother Shipton’s Almanac.

Today the coastal village opens its doors to the 21st century pilgrims who visit for their holidays. They enjoy the friendly village atmosphere and the sandy beaches, which are often quiet even in the height of summer. There is a good range of local amenities including pubs, shops, a children’s playground and a bowling green.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Sleeps 4
  • Saturday Changover
  • Broadband
  • Welcome Pack
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Pets Welcome
  • High Chair
  • Garden

GALLERY

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