A period cottage offering thoughtfully updated, light-filled accommodation for four people, situated in the quiet village of Titchwell in North-West Norfolk, 1 mile from a coastal RSPB reserve.
Set in the quiet village of Titchwell in North Norfolk, this traditional brick and flint cottage sleeps four guests and two hounds. You’re just a mile from the beach and the RSPB Titchwell Marsh nature reserve is within walking distance, a wonderful spot with diverse habitats and abundant wildlife. There’s also a pub, restaurants and a shop nearby (within 1.5 miles). Street parking is available opposite the property, or at the nearby hotel car park.
Step inside this beautiful cottage where you’re immediately drawn to the open-plan living room and dining area, offering contemporary country-style interiors in sandy hues. Relaxation is easy with the two squishy sofas, elegant fabrics, and a warming wood burner. Rustle up family meals in the well-equipped kitchen and unwind after dinner by the TV and DVD in the living room. There’s a stylish bathroom on the ground floor, and a flight of cottage-style stairs leading up to two cosy bedrooms with garden views. Enjoy morning coffee on the sunny patio, while your four-legged friends bound about in the enclosed lawn garden, all set for a brand-new day of adventures.
Head to the local nature reserve where dogs are welcome along the west bank; this diverse habitat attracts a variety of birds including avocets to its reedbeds, saltmarsh and freshwater lagoons. Enjoy spectacular sunsets in popular Hunstanton (6 miles) which has a sea life centre where you can see seals swimming underwater - there are some summer restrictions here for canines so pup pals may favour Old Hunstanton’s sandy beach (5.5 miles). Discerning hounds may beg to visit Burnham Market (5.5 miles) for its chic shops and foodie delights, while history-lovers should explore Burnham Overy Staithe (6.5 miles) for its landmark windmill, abundant wildlife, and coastal views.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.