Brimming with charm, this cottage sits close to wonderful Cromer and the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast with two or four legs, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the surrounding area. Following a jaunt on the beach or a tail wag in the woods, curl up back at this bolthole and fire up the wood burner or lap up the last rays of sun in the rear garden.
Unwind in the lounge where a selection of films awaits as you snuggle up on the comfortable sofas. The wood burner sits proudly under an exposed brick chimney breast and your first basket of logs is provided so you can keep furry tummies toasty as soon as you arrive. When dinner time comes, whip up a storm in the large kitchen where you can rely on old favourites or experiment with flavour. Dine at the table which leads through to a rear porch and has access to the garden; enjoy an al fresco tipple or a tufty-pawed stretch in this enclosed space. Climb the stairs to rest your heads in the two bedrooms. Both the king-size and the double room are pleasantly decorated, inviting you to doze off as your head hits the pillow. Soak in the roll-top bath or freshen up with a quick shower in the family bathroom.
Chase waves at Mundesley and Overstrand, 3 miles from home, and Bacton, 5.5 miles away. There are seasonal dog restrictions to be aware of, but you are guaranteed a sandy spot. Nearby National Trust properties Blickling Hall, 11.5 miles, and Felbrigg Hall, 6.5 miles, welcome dogs on leads in the grounds and are well worth jumping in the car for.