A pretty, mid-terrace cottage, situated on a one-way street, in a quiet location in the village of Heacham, near Hunstanton in Norfolk.
Located near the centre of Heacham, this Norfolk cottage is the perfect retreat for families, couples or groups of friends wishing to explore an area rich in wildlife and miles of beautiful coastline.
Offering charming accommodation with character oak beams, wooden flooring and open fire, this Heacham cottage has two spacious bedrooms, one boasting views over the cottage's well-kept, lawned garden.
There is a ground floor wet room with a walk-in shower.
The open plan living area, with its well-equipped kitchen, is great for preparing family meals, whilst the dining area is the perfect place to gather and plan tomorrow’s adventures!
The sitting area offers a comfortable, relaxing space for unwinding after a day out exploring, whilst the toasty open fire is perfect for cooler nights.
Catch up on some reading in the conservatory or venture outside this Heacham cottage where you will find an enclosed, lawned garden and a pretty sun trap patio along with a convenient dog run/kennel.
The garden provides a wonderful spot to sit and soak up the summer sunshine with a glass of wine.
Heacham is a lovely idyllic village, just three miles from the popular seaside town of Hunstanton and a fantastic base for walkers.
With the wonderful North Beach and South Beach close by and an abundance of nature trails and cycle routes, this area is wonderful for nature lovers and those hoping to explore the delights of Norfolk’s coastline.
Whether you wish to explore the Norfolk countryside or just kick back and relax, this Heacham cottage is the perfect holiday retreat, all year round.
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.