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Holiday lettings agency chooses its most popular location to open new office

PUBLISHED: 14:36 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:36 25 September 2018

Holiday lettings firm Norfolk Cottages has opened a new office in Wells-next-the-Sea. Pictured (from left) are Sam Thomas, operations manager; Eve Gilmour, portfolio development manager; Lucy Downing, brand marketing manager; Matt Frost, Norfolk manager. Picture: Norfolk Cottages

Holiday lettings firm Norfolk Cottages has opened a new office in Wells-next-the-Sea. Pictured (from left) are Sam Thomas, operations manager; Eve Gilmour, portfolio development manager; Lucy Downing, brand marketing manager; Matt Frost, Norfolk manager. Picture: Norfolk Cottages

Norfolk Cottages

An independent holiday lettings firm in Norfolk has marked the end of a record-breaking summer with the opening of a new office.

Norfolk Cottages (formerly Norfolk Country Cottages) opened its third office in Wells-next-the-Sea earlier this month in the town’s former Tourist Information Centre in Freeman Street.

It follows a sensational summer season for the firm, with 44% more new customers to date compared to this time in 2017.

Lucy Downing, brand manager, said Wells was the most visited location on the company’s website while more than half of its holiday bookings have been located in the coastal areas of North Norfolk.

She said: “Having a greater prominence in North Norfolk is a vital part of our growth strategy, making it even easier for holidaymakers and homeowners to access the expertise of our local team.”

Norfolk Cottages also has offices in Holt and Reepham, and sister companies Salt and Norfolk Cottage Care are based nearby in Holkham.

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