A centrally located, detached cottage, holding a pretty and inviting feel, situated within the friendly village of Heacham.
This well-designed and peacefully decorated accommodation is perfect for families, with lots of space to relax amongst the comfortable furnishings.
The cosy village sets a homely tone from the outset, and reflects a warming nature that is continued on the inside.
Entering through the main entrance, you will be welcomed by a lovely sitting room, with leather seating, a woodburning stove and a fire place that echoes nothing but character.
The dining room hosts a country feel with wooden tables and chairs, making a great place to enjoy breakfast while escaping into your favourite book.
A spacious kitchen is a breath of fresh air, carrying a cream overcoat, and fully equipped to meet your needs.
Tucked into the corner, you will also find a warmly tiled cloakroom for an added effect.
Follow a winding staircase to the next floor and a double bedroom awaits with an almost sea side theme, elevated by a vibrant feature wall, and soothing colours.
A neatly designed twin room neighbours this, with a grey, delicate finish, and views of the garden.
Lastly, a family bathroom is laced with charming wall panels, and includes everything you need to unwind after a long day.
Head outside of the cottage to discover a flavourful patio area; a perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and admire the natural garden features.
For extra space; resting at the back of the property, lies a delightful self contained hut, knitted together with two single beds, and completed by an elegant shower room.
The village of Heacham has a lot to offer, located on the West Norfolk coastline, with a family friendly sandy beach, ideal for jet skis, kitesurfing and windsurfing.
Further afield, Hunstanton offers traditional seaside entertainment including a sealife centre.
Whatever you decide, this cottage is a dreamy getaway.
About the location
Hunstanton 2.5 miles; King's Lynn 15 miles.
Heacham is a large village located on the West Norfolk coastline, on The Wash, boasting a lovely family friendly sandy beach, ideal for jet skis, kitesurfing and windsurfing. The village has many cottages built from Carstone, which is a feature of this part of Norfolk, and also offers a good range of shops, restaurants and country pubs. Within walking distance is Caley Hall, home to Norfolk Lavender with its sweet smelling lavender fields, and Heacham Hall, owned by John Rolfe, who brought his young bride Pocahontas to England to live at the hall (in the local church of St Mary you will find a memorial to her). This part of Norfolk is renowned for its abundance of birdlife throughout the year, with several local RSPB sites, while within easy driving distance is Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and Gardens, as seen on BBC's Springwatch. Nearby Hunstanton offers traditional seaside entertainment including a sealife centre, while The Queen's Sandringham Estate is just a 15 minute drive.
Note: Garden chalet not be be used to sleep in between October and April.