You can expect sea views to die for from this handsome property in Burnham Overy Staithe, a classic north Norfolk coastal village surrounded by salt marshes, pristine sands and a fabulous creek.
In this charming reverse-level property you’ll be just down the road from the Norfolk Coast Path, with stunning views across the saltwater creek, and mere strides from the local dog-friendly bar at the end of the road. Sleeping six and welcoming one canine companion, this cheerful and colourfully furnished cottage is a lovely coastal retreat for the whole pack.
Return from your day exploring the area, and step into the entrance hall to remove coats, shoes, and unclip your hound’s lead. On the ground floor there is a utility room which will come in handy for rainy and muddy days, and sandy outings to the beach. The washing machine and tumble dryer will take care of outdoor gear and towels for damp paws, no problem. Head up the stairs to reach the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. A lovely bright space, it’s perfect for evenings all together. Your faithful friend will love being able to keep an eye on their beloved owner without ever having to move from their bed! Cook dinner and eat at the table, while you enjoy the view from the window and share stories over drinks. When your dog has licked their own food bowl clean, choose a soft seat and settle down with a film, or simply chat, play games, and admire the changing landscape as dusk falls over the creek. Let sleeping dogs lie and get a good night’s rest in one of the bedrooms. Outside there is a shared garden, with a lawn and picnic tables for al fresco dining on a warm sunny day.
Keen walkers and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages, human or hound, have plenty to see and do. For sea and sand there is Brancaster Beach (6 miles), the garden and park to explore at Holkham Hall (4 miles), and boat trips from Morston (11.5 miles) to Blakeney Point for seal-watching.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.