A cosy cottage tucked away into the village of Dersingham, located on a charming street and close to local amenities.
Homely and inviting, this retreat is perfect for couples or a small family who wish to spend time together.
Enter into a characterful lounge which boasts a corner sofa where you can rest and feel the warmth of the woodburner as you watch TV or listen to the sound system.
A dining area seats up to four people.
The ground floor is also home to a contemporary shower room and a lovely kitchen, stylishly designed with white units and vibrant tiles.
After the sun sets, take the stairs to arrive at the bedrooms; a twin room, elevated by floral bedding, perfect for somewhere peaceful to relax after a long afternoon.
The front-facing king-size bedroom is a lovely escape, benefiting from built-in wardrobes that stretch across one wall, and a chest of drawers so you can store your belongings away and feel right at home.
Relax in the garden when you find the time; with its artificial grass and decked area, you can sit back in comfort and make the most of the wonderful location.
Dersingham has many attractions and is served by a Post Office, two supermarkets, a newsagents and takeaway outlets.
The RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell are within easy reach as is the North Norfolk Coast including the family-friendly seaside resort of Hunstanton, well worth a visit.
An excellent base for touring North Norfolk and its many delights.
About the location
Royal Sandringham 1.5 miles; Snettisham 3.0 miles; Hunstanton 7.6 miles.
Dersingham is one of the largest villages in the Borough of King's Lynn and West Norfolk. It is situated on the outskirts of the Royal Sandringham Estate with its impressive house, church and gardens which are open to the public, plus nearby are the plant farm, tea rooms and gift shop at Norfolk Lavender, England's premier lavender farm. Dersingham has many local amenities and is served by a Post Office, two supermarkets, a butcher’s shop, newsagents and takeaway outlets. The traditional Norfolk village of Snettisham is nearby characterized by the pretty golden brown houses known locally as "gingerbread houses" due to the colouring of the local iron-rich carr stone used in their construction. The RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell are within easy reach as is the North Norfolk Coast including the family-friendly seaside resort of Hunstanton, well worth a visit. An excellent base for touring North Norfolk and its many delights.