Sykes rating 6 Guests 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Off road parking Open fire Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Summary Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x bunk room (accessed via master double or separate staircase from snug), 1 x family room consisting of 1 x bunk bed and 1 x double Ground-floor shower room with shower, basin, and WC First-floor bathroom with shower over the bath, basin, and WC Kitchen Living/dining room with woodburning stove Electric radiators Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer machine, dishwasher TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking Enclosed rear garden with astro-turf, raised patio and furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 1.6 miles, pub 0.3 miles Note: Due to the steepness of the stairs this property is not suitable for children under the age of 5 including Infants, as a stairgate cannot be fitted, or those with limited mobility Note: Property can sleep maximum of 6 Adults and 2 Children Note: Friday changeovers preferred The property Salthouse 0.6 miles. Overlooking the Cley Marshes Nature Bird Reserve on the Norfolk coast, on the outskirts of Cley-next-the-Sea is this terraced cottage, once two fisherman's cottages, now made into one delightful holiday home perfect for hosting an active family holiday. Take in the vast views of the marshes, home to plentiful wildlife, before turning round, parking your car off road, a unique feature in this location and heading inside the property. Enter the compact living/dining room after taking off coats and boots in the porch, a welcome sight of a plush sofa and a woodburning stove set within a lovely wood fireplace awaits you in this rustic room, with exposed wooden beams in the walls showing the property’s age. Shooting off from this room is the country kitchen which, although compact, holds all you need to cater for the group as well as those fabulous extras like a dishwasher and a washing machine to make your stay even better, with views out over the marshes from this room. From the lounge, move into a delightful snug room where you have a small desk and some plush chairs, with books lined up on a bookcase which has been tucked into the fireplace; you can cosy up in this room on a rainy day and get lost in a book. When it’s time to catch some rest, head up the winding staircase to the bedrooms, firstly coming to the bunk room holding two 2’6” bunks, then leading from here into the double room, making a perfect setup for a family, all decorated in bright white and light colours creating a calming and relaxing ambiance. Next door is the master double room holding slightly more space and featuring beautiful antique furniture and storage as well as built-in wardrobes. Access the second bunk room from the master bedroom, stepping under the wooden beams and entering to find the two bunks, but thankfully you can also access this room from the wooden staircase from the snug. Both floors benefit from a bathroom with quality fittings, the upstairs bathroom also has a small bath with shower over the bath. Head out of the stable doors from the kitchen into the garden and enjoy the outdoors on a sunny day in this lovely landscaped garden, with a scented garden boasting rosemary, lavender, sage, and thyme. Sit at the seating on the raised patio and take in the rays, while the young ones can enjoy a kick-about on the patch of astro-turf. Pull on your walking boots and delight in exploring this amazing area, walk along the pebble and shingle beaches, climb up Salthouse Heath for the incredibly stunning views, visit one of the many surrounding nature reserves to see animals in their natural habitat or stop in the famous Cley Smokehouse. The local area is simply an incredible spot for birdwatching, with many fascinating birds to be seen from sites such as Teal Bird Hide, North Pool, Bishop Hide, Cley Marshes Visitors Centre, Salthouse Marshes, the Hawk and Owl Trust, and the National Trust - Blakeney National Nature Reserve. For those who don't have access to a car, outside of the cottage is a bus stop where the buses run regularly all the way along the coast. Don't miss the chance to catch a boat from Blakeney to see the huge seal colonies were 2000 seal pups are born annually, it's a magnificent sight. Beach Cottage is a charming base for wildlife enthusiasts looking for a getaway to the beautiful coast of Norfolk. View on map About the location SALTHOUSE, NORFOLK Blakeney 3.7 miles; Holt 3.9 miles; Cromer 9.6 miles. Not far from the nearby village of Blakeney, is the lovely village of Salthouse in Norfolk, located on salt marshes, this is a great holiday base. Home to a shingle beach, perfect for walking along, fishing or simply observing the natural wildlife, joining Kelling beach to the east and Cley-next-the-Sea beach to the west. Home to a village shop and deli as well as a few pubs, you can be sure to have all your essentials close by, with Blakeney just down the road which is home to a SPAR. A great feature to explore is the Salthouse Sculpture Trail occupying ten-miles of coastline with amazing views. Walk up Salthouse Heath to take in far-reaching views of the landscape following a network of paths between the ferns and heathers, it's delightful in summer or winter.