An attractive, single-storey brick and flint annexe, adjoining the owners' home in the small village of Gayton, seven miles from King's Lynn.
Well placed for touring the North Norfolk coast, this Gayton cottage provides very comfortable accommodation for couples and families, and set entirely across the ground floor with a convenient shower room, it's also suitable for guests with restricted mobility.
The light and spacious sitting room in this Norfolk cottage has French doors that open out to the rear shared garden with furniture, a pleasant place to enjoy an alfresco meal in the sun, whilst the two cosy bedrooms are warm and inviting, especially at the close of a busy day spent exploring.
A few minutes' walk brings you to the village pub and shops, whilst the historic market town of King's Lynn, just a short drive away, offers excellent amenities with its independent shops, eateries and pubs set along the charming cobbled streets.
Within easy reach of this cottage near King's Lynn are many attractions, including the splendid Sandringham Estate, just six miles away, Castle Acre and the National Trust manor house at Oxburgh Hall.
Hop on your bike to discover the Norfolk Coast Cycleway, spend a day beside the sea at the beautiful Holkham or the popular seaside resort of Hunstanton, or why not visit one of the nearby RSPB reserves?
This centrally-located Gayton cottage is a wonderful base for an enjoyable Norfolk break.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Sitting room with dining area and electric fire.
About the location
King's Lynn 7 miles; Swaffham 10 miles.
The small Norfolk village of Gayton is surrounded by charming, open countryside, and yet is within easy reach of the coast, offering two shops, a fish and chip shop and a pub, and host to a prominent historic windmill. Gayton lies seven miles to the east of the popular market town of King’s Lynn, which still retains the character, charm and many traditional buildings of its original function as a medieval port, set along its winding streets. With a mixture of old and new structures, King’s Lynn provides excellent amenities including a modern shopping centre, art galleries, museums, two theatres and its iconic Customs House. From Gayton, the North Norfolk Coast is within easy reach and will appeal to many, with its expansive golden sandy beaches, coastal walks and cycleways, RSPB reserves and nearby Sandringham House and Estate, Oxburgh Hall and Houghton Hall.