A pretty end-of-terrace cottage, a tranquil retreat from the daily grind, enjoying a pleasant village location and offering a private garden with plenty of space to relax or play.
Brimming with traditional charm, this beautifully furnished end-of-terrace cottage is situated in the sleepy village of Wiveton on the North Norfolk coast. Decorated in muted tones, with beamed ceilings and an open fire crackling in the sumptuously furnished lounge, the cottage is cosy and inviting for couples or families. There are two bedrooms, a double and a triple (which features an additional fold out single bed), along with one downstairs bathroom and gardens boasting incredible views over the surrounding water meadows towards Cley church.
The cottage is situated less than half-a-mile from the award-winning Wiveton Bell pub which offers delicious local cuisine, perfect for nights when you fancy letting someone else do the cooking. When you need to burn off the calories, the surrounding Wiveton Downs are a site of special scientific interest and offer great walking and breathtaking views over the coast and countryside. For a fun day out, Wiveton Hall is just 1 mile away with its enchanting gardens, renowned café serving wholesome dishes, pick-your-own fruit farm and seasonal events such as the giant maize maze.
When you want to feel the sand between your toes, the harbour town of Wells-next-the-Sea is 10 miles west of Wiveton with its golden beach bordering the Holkham estate, as well as a collection of shops and eateries. The Broads National Park is 27 miles away with its abundance of outdoor pursuits, while Blakeney Point is only 3 miles away with its famous colony of seals and some of the best birdwatching around.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.