A pretty barn conversion property offering delightful period accommodation with a lawned garden, situated just 1 mile from the attractive North Norfolk coastline.
Situated in the village of Stiffkey, this cottage is perfectly situated for those who want to explore the Norfolk coast. A “secret” footpath leads from the village down to the coast, allowing guest to enjoy some fabulous walks alongside the sea. Head to Wells-next-the-Sea, just 4 miles away and enjoy the range of shops and eateries, or perhaps hop onto one of the leisure craft from the harbour and take a boat trip around Blakeney Point to see the resident seals. On the western side of the town, the beautiful beach offers wide stretches of sand backed by a string of pretty beach huts.
A long driveway takes guests past water meadows and over a small river bridge, before reaching this charming property which was once a cattle shed. Once inside a warm welcome awaits in the cosy lounge with its warming open fire and views over the garden, as well as a TV and CD player. In the kitchen next to the lounge, a dining table sits in the bay window and a good range of equipment is provided, including an oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine. A double bedroom can also be found on the ground-floor of the cottage with plenty of wardrobe space and an en-suite bathroom offering a bath with handheld shower and WC. The second bedroom, a twin room, can be found upstairs and benefits from dual-aspect windows which floor the room with morning light. The bathroom on this floor also offers a bath with a handheld shower and WC.
Outside the cottage, a south-facing patio overlooks spacious lawns, giving guests a delightful space in which to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the surroundings. Off-road parking is provided for two cars, but please note that the bridge approaching the property is only suitable for domestic vehicles no bigger than a family-size 4x4, with no capacity for trailers or caravans.