A charming terraced cottage offering attractive accommodation for up to four guests, offering a wealth of period features, situated in the quiet Norfolk village of North Creake.
Two dogs are warmly welcomed in this charming couples’ retreat, providing attractive accommodation with period features in the peaceful Norfolk village of North Creake. Switch off, ditch the chores, and enjoy a taste of authentic country cottage life here with your canine companions.
Walled in Norfolk flint and traditionally made of rounded cobbled stones taken from local beaches, this cottage is an indelible part of Norfolk’s history. Inside is an attractive lounge/diner with wooden beams, feature brick fireplace, and a cosy wood burner to cuddle up warm with your doggy pals. Traditional Norfolk pavement tiles are amazing floors to deal with muddy paws. Steep, cottage-style stairs lead to the double and single bedrooms upstairs. Outside, there is a shared path and an enclosed pretty garden with a secluded seating area so you can keep your pets safe and sound at your side. At the end of the garden, past the gate is the narrow River Burn upon which the village is based.
This cottage is just around the corner from the dog-friendly village pub. Much of the village forms part of the estate of Earl Spencer, with an impressively large church. Creake Abbey Is under 2 miles away and now houses speciality shops and a farmers’ market. The larger village of Burnham Market (3 miles) is often said to be Norfolk’s prettiest village and is a wonderful place to spend a relaxing afternoon browsing the independent shops and enjoying lunch in the delightful dog-friendly pub with its sunny beer garden. Check out the magnificent coastal estate of Holkham Hall (5 miles) whose handsome18th-century stately home has been used in many films. Set within an impressive 25,000 acres of rolling parkland, dogs are warmly welcomed on leads. Here, you can also visit the glorious sweeping beach featured in the film ‘Shakespeare in Love’.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.