Lounge with wood burner
Dining area
Kitchen and view of dining area
King-size bedroom
Stairs to loft bedroom
Twin bedroom
Back garden with view of conservatory
Back garden
View of property
1 / 12  Lounge with wood burner
2 / 12  Dining area
3 / 12  Conservatory
4 / 12  Kitchen and view of dining area
5 / 12  Kitchen
6 / 12  King-size bedroom
7 / 12  Stairs to loft bedroom
8 / 12  Twin bedroom
9 / 12  Bathroom
10 / 12  Back garden with view of conservatory
11 / 12  Back garden
12 / 12  View of property

Pink End

North Creake, Norfolk
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Towels included
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Charming end-of-terrace cottage offering attractive accommodation for four guests
  • A beautifully updated period property with a wealth of original features
  • Spacious garden offering an attractive lawn and a relaxing patio seating area
  • Situated in the pretty village of North Creake in rural North Norfolk
  • Located within walking distance of a fantastic food hall and cafe, stocked with local produce
  • Just 5.5 miles from the quiet secluded beach at Burnham-Overy-Staithe
Property code: KT136

A delightful period cottage which has been lovingly updated to sleep four guests, offering stylish light-filled accommodation in the North Norfolk village of North Creake.

This cottage stands out not only because of its brightly-coloured exterior wall but because of the amount of care and attention to detail the owners have invested. You can enjoy relaxing in the comfortable sitting room in front of the wood burner, eat in the sunny conservatory or sit outside on the terrace in the garden during warm weather. The cottage stairs lead to the two bedrooms (king-size and a twin) which, like the rest of the cottage, are light, bright and tastefully decorated.

It's located in the village of North Creake, just 3 miles from Burnham Market and 6 miles from Holkham Nature Reserve and the magnificent stately home on the coast. This makes it ideal for a couple or a small family (and their dog!) in need of a comfortable, well-equipped base from which to explore the coastline, but don't want to be in the middle of coastal crowds and traffic.

North Creake is home to Creake Abbey which has a popular food hall, cafes, fascinating speciality shops and studios plus an award-winning monthly farmers' market. Walk down to The Jolly Farmers' pub for an evening meal or take a drive to stock up on supplies at Burnham Market.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £100 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 king-size and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom with shower cubicle and WC
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Wood burner
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine
  • Electric and heating included
  • 1 dog welcome by arrangement at an additional charge
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Cafe, pub, and shops within walking distance, beach 5.5 miles

This property is personally managed by Lee.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 10 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Brenda 9th August 2019

A comfortable cottage with a lovely extension that was very bright and light with excellent access to that garden. The kitchen is well equipped and spacious with good provision of cloths, dishwasher tablets etc. The stairs to the bedrooms are very steep and narrow, not much fun in the middle of the night. The shower is very good and the bathroom smRead moreall but modern. Hide

Reviewed by Lisa 26th July 2019

A lovely well equipped cottage in a beautiful location with easy access to many places on the North Norfolk coast.

Reviewed by Karen 5th July 2019

Nice cottage in a good position to explore the area. Although situated within the village it sits on a very busy road with numerous speeding cars. A consideration for those with pets or young children.

Reviewed by J 7th June 2019

A very comfortable, well-equipped and homely cottage with a lovely conservatory and garden. An ideal location to visit towns and beaches between Hunstanton and Sheringham. Would definitely return.

Reviewed by Jane 17th May 2019

A lovely place to stay. I last stayed here 10 years ago and am therefore older. If you need the bathroom in the night, which I do a couple of times, it is downstairs and the stairs are steep.

Reviewed by Javier 10th August 2018

Really nice cottage. Better than I expected. I am very surprised to find so few comments about this house. I have to say that the conservatory and the garden are terrific!! And in good weather, as it was our case, even more. The kitchen is very complete with all the items you need and more. I was very glad to find that there were more than the habiRead moretual four dishes I always find in four people houses. Big rooms and very comfortable beds. Just say that the stairs to the upper floor are narrow and with steep inclination. Not a problem for us but It would be for people with reduced mobility. Car park beside the house and Wells ten minutes far. We recommend it if you want to visit the North Norfolk coast. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Fidalgo 27th July 2018

I am surprised that the house Pink End has so few comments. It is a GREAT house. The conservatory and the garden were amazing!! (also it helped the sunny weather).It was really a pleasure our stay at this house. Thanks a lot for everything.

Reviewed by Mrs Branconi 25th May 2018

The cottage is warm and welcoming. It has got all you need. It is really a home away from home. The kitchen has got everything you need. They have provided the dog bowls too!!!! The rear garden is enclosed with romantic sight to the woodland sorrounding. Its impossible to find anything wrong maybe the wifi coverage which is a bit poor but anyway yoRead moreu get connection from the conservatory. Thanks we really had a lovely stay. Hide

Reviewed by Susan 24th May 2018

Pink End was the perfect retreat after spending days walking or visiting the many beautiful beaches a short drive away. The cottage was well equipped with everything that you would need, even bowls and water bottles for your four legged family member. We spent the evenings sitting in the lovely enclosed garden which was much enjoyed by our dog, esRead morepecially when we had a visiting pheasant. We can thoroughly recommend this peaceful and comfortable escape. Hide

Reviewed by Deborah 14th May 2018

Excellent facilities Gorgeous house and garden room was a fantastic extra Bedroom was light and airy and very cool in the hot weather Bedding was luxurious Shower was excellent but the bathroom was very small Stairs were steep too which was tricky as my husband was waiting for a knee replacement

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