Set just a few yards from the beach, this detached wooden cottage is located in the seaside village of Walcott near to North Walsham in Norfolk.
All on the ground floor, this comfortable cottage is perfect for a small family looking to spend time on the beach.
This Norfolk coastal cottage has sea views from most rooms and features a comfortable sitting room, a fitted kitchen and two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with bunks, a great place for the kids to retreat to.
Outside this cottage are a private patio area and a large lawned garden which looks directly on to the beach, a wonderful spot for a morning coffee or an evening drink as the children and dogs play in safety.
The village of Walcott is popular with holidaymakers and contains a couple of shops and a pub.
Either side of Walcott are the resort villages of Happisburgh and Mundesley, whilst a few miles inland is the town of North Walsham with a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Take a day trip to the Norfolk Broads or drive down to Norwich to spend a day visiting the cathedrals or indulging in some retail therapy.
A lovely beachfront cottage, perfect for a Norfolk coastal holiday all year round.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
North Walsham 6 miles; Cromer 14 miles; Norwich 18 miles.
Walcott is a lovely coastal village that sits right in the middle of the Norfolk coastline, with many small and friendly coastal villages nearby; Bacton where the ruins of Bromholm Priory and Bacton Woods can be found, Happisburgh with its impressive lighthouse, and Mundesley with its fine sandy beaches are to name but a few. The name Walcott is derived from the Celtic word Walecote, which means "village by the wood". It is an ideal place for walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing, bird watching or simply relaxing and enjoying the many views. Walcott is also a great location for exploring the beautiful scenery of the Norfolk coast, as well as the famous Norfolk Broads. Further inland there are plenty of famous National Trust properties to visit, such as Blickling, Felbrigg and Holkham Halls, or why not visit the historic city of Norwich, with its beautiful Norman Cathedral and Castle, and of course spend your money in the many shops, pubs and restaurants on offer.