Number 43 is a mid-terrace cottage resting on the outskirts of the Norfolk village of Mundesley, just half a mile from stunning coastline.
Bring friends or couples together at this East Anglia cottage, its fresh interior and excellent nearby facilities make it a splendid base.
The sitting room offers a peaceful spot to put your feet up at the end of the day.
Head through into the bright and airy kitchen/diner, set with ample dining furniture and a well-appointed kitchen to make the most of.
At the back of the property sits a delightful conservatory, a wonderfully relaxing spot where you can soak up the sun with a good book or your headphones in.
A carpeted staircase brings you to the first floor, be greeted by a contemporary shower room servicing both of the tastefully decorated bedrooms that come with 43 Nelson Way.
An enclosed back garden provides secure storage should you want to bring your bikes, it also backs onto a large playing field, perfect for your furry friends to come along and stretch their legs.
Mundesley village rests just one mile away, offering a small selection of places to shop and eat as well as an extensive stretch of sandy beach to make the most of.
The location allows you to discover some of Norfolk's finest assets, the coastal town of Cromer makes for a lovely day out with its array of amenities and attractive pier.
You can also visit the magnificent city of Norwich and the incredible scenic Broads for excellent walking and cycling.
A delightful cottage in a fabulous Norfolk location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x twin. Shower room with a basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room. Conservatory.
About the location
North Walsham 5 miles; Cromer 8 miles; Sheringham 14 miles; Norwich 20 miles.
The attractive, Norfolk coastal village of Mundesley offers shops, cafés, a popular golf course, a large park with play areas, a wonderful sandy beach with brightly coloured beach huts, and quaint cottages, many of which are built in local flint stone. The popular seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham, which is known as a stop for steam trains travelling on the Poppy Line Heritage Railway, are both close by. There are many other places of interest in the area, including the National Trust owned Sheringham Park, Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall, and East Ruston Gardens and Hoverton Hall are a must for gardeners. The Norfolk Broads are also within easy driving distance, where children can enjoy tree-house adventures at ‘Bewilderwood’, or alternatively hire a cruiser and spend the day exploring the waterways. The city of Norwich offers a cathedral, castle, museums, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, various guided tours, excellent shopping and restaurants. Mundesley is an ideal base for exploring the whole of Norfolk.