A lovely terraced cottage tucked away into the village of Snettisham, a traditional setting with a rich history and a series of attractive buildings.
Designed with families and couples in mind, this modern retreat is a soothing place to relax, whether you are coming together after a day of adventure, or starting your mornings in style.
The ground floor is home to a beautiful lounge/diner, with a selection of seating, a feature fireplace to enjoy and dining space for you and your loved ones.
Relax in front of the wall-mounted TV or rest on the comfy bench sofa, as you admire the pleasant views out of the window.
The contemporary kitchen has been thoughtfully arranged, continuing through to a fabulous wet room, which is a lovely finishing touch to the ground floor.
Come night time you will be spoilt for choice between the two bedrooms, both matching that of a hotel standard.
The master suite looks out over the front of the property, catching a glimpse of the church in the distance, nicely accessorised with a chest of drawers and a dressing table.
The single room is equally as impressive, laced in calming colours, also comprising of a stacker bed, should you wish to invite extra guests along.
Village amenities include general stores, a post office, two inns, a bistro and a regular bus service to the bustling, family-friendly seaside resort of Hunstanton and historic King’s Lynn.
The church of St Mary sits on top of the hill and is certainly worthy of a look inside at the decorated flowers on the west window.
There is an RSPB bird sanctuary close to the beach, which is three miles away.
An exquisite retreat promising a memorable getaway.
About the location
Heacham 3 miles; Royal Sandringham 4 miles; Hunstanton 5 miles.
Snettisham is a traditional Norfolk village, with many of its houses built from the local iron-rich carr stone, which has an attractive golden-brown colouring. Due to this, the buildings are known locally as “gingerbread houses”. Village amenities include general stores, a Post Office, 2 inns, a bistro and a regular bus service to the bustling, family-friendly seaside resort of Hunstanton and historic King’s Lynn. The church of St Mary sits alone on top of the hill and is certainly worthy of a look inside at the exquisitely decorated tracery flowers on the west window. There is an RSPB bird sanctuary close to the beach, which is three miles away, and the ancient Peddars Way public footpath runs near to the village. Park Farm is on the edge of the village, and is a working farm with year-round activities for all the family, including a 45-minute “deer safari” and the chance to feed some of the animals. The Royal Estate of Sandringham, whose impressive house, gardens and church are open to the public, is nearby, as are the plant farm, tea rooms and gift shop at Norfolk Lavender, England's premier lavender farm.