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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Lavender cottage is a grade II listed period brick and flint cottage.
Access is via the rear enclosed gravel courtyard in to the dining kitchen which is equipped with an electric oven/hob, large fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine and microwave. There is an oak dining table in the dining area which can be opened up to the courtyard by opening the bi-fold doors.
The lounge has exposed ceiling timbers and a large open brick fireplace with solid timber mantle. There is a 32" flatscreen t.v. with freeview. a dvd player and a cd player. The fire is laid for your comfort and convenience on arrival. There is also an iPod docking speaker.
The cottage is heated by electric radiators (not storage heaters),
The ground floor bathroom consists of toilet, wash basin, bath with electric shower over and heated towel rail.
A steep Norfolk winder staircase leads to the landing which provides access to the two bedrooms, each with exposed ceiling and wall timbers. The double bedroom overlooks Church Street and the twin bedded room overlooks the rear courtyard.
The enclosed gravel courtyard is South facing and sheltered. An outdoor table and 4 chairs are provided.
Sorry - no dogs allowed.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Wells-next-the-sea 7 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
About this location
The East Anglia region
Shaped by the sea, wind and rich local history, the landscape in North Norfolk is stunning. Whether you are looking for somewhere to relax and enjoy nature, an adventurous outdoor holiday with the family, or just a place to explore, North Norfolk has a unique atmosphere that is certain to delight (fextract from Visit North Norfolk Tourist Information).
Stiffkey is a pretty Norfolk village nestled in a river valley in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The welcoming and friendly Red Lion public house serving real ale and good food is a few minutes walk from the cottage and the very pretty general store/post office is just around the corner, serving lattes and croissants. There are a number of other excellent pubs and restaurants in the area including the Michelin starred Morston Hall, just 3 miles away.
The village is ideally situated for access to the North Norfolk coast with its superb coastal walks which links to the renowned Peddars Way.
Those looking for fantastic stretches of sandy beach for walking, kite-flying, sunbathing, Frisbee should head to Wells (3 miles) and Holkham (5 miles).
Blakeney (4 miles) provides sailing, crab fishing from the quay, seal trips to the seal colony at Blakeney Point (these now leave from Morston rather than Blakeney).
The renowned Cley saltmarshes are just 6 miles along the coast road and are a must for bird watchers. Cley also offers pottery and art shops, a great deli and good pubs.
The picturesque Georgian town of Holt is 10 miles inland and provides a host of fine shops, galleries, pubs, delicatessens and antique shops.
Stately homes and National Trust properties within easy reach include Holkham Hall, Sandringham, Blickling and Felbrigg.
The World's longest narrow-gauge railway runs from Wells to Walsingham and is an adventure for all the family.
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28 Jan 2015
"Perfect for twitchers!"
Very well equipped cottage in a beautiful village with an excellent pub and shop. Footpaths to Stiffkey marshes with good bird life and only a short drive to Blakeney and RSPB Tichwell. We were glad o… More
17 Aug 2014
"Great little cottage in beautifull area."
I stayed here for short break with my mum and 2 children. It is a lovely quaint cottage, in a lovely village, in a beautiful area. The dining kichen area is great for a family dinner together and i wo… More
17 Aug 2014
"What a corker! :)"
Lovely little cottage, tucked away in a courtyard with others that equally as pretty but much larger. No parking but that wasn't a problem as we parked on the road at the bottom of the drive. T… More
20 Feb 2014
"Lovely cottage in beautiful part of Norfolk"
I travelled with my 2 boys ages 9 and 4 - we had a great time! It was perfect for access to the lovely beaches. Well equipped with everything you could need. The beds were very comfy too which can be … More
31 Jan 2014
We rented this cottage as a short 4 night break. The ease and swiftness of booking was remarkable, and the owner was very prompt with replies and all booking details. The cottage itself is situated in… More
1 Aug 2013
"Lovely clean cosy strategically placed little cottage"
The cottage was lovely, small, but sufficient for our needs - 2 adults and a toddler - be wary of the stairs though! Clean and tidy when we arrived with lovely bunch of fresh flowers on table. Big k… More
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