Roughton 1 mile.
Set back from the road in the owner’s grounds, this lovely semi-detached cottage is attached to the owner’s home in a hideaway location in the village of Roughton, North Norfolk.
This attractive cottage is ideal for couples and solo travellers looking for a quiet retreat, but with plenty to do on your doorstep and with excellent links to the North Norfolk coast and the Broads.
Step in to the living room of this lovely cottage, which looks over the back patio, and gives you access to the kitchen and the double bedroom which has an en-suite shower room.
This cosy cottage enjoys a suntrap patio, ideal for a morning coffee whilst planning the many things to do for the day or even some alfresco dining whilst recapping on the days’ adventures.
Just a short drive brings you to the stunning Norfolk coastline and popular seaside town of Cromer, famous for its wonderful beach, pier and, of course, it’s fresh Cromer Crabs!
The wonderful network of the Norfolk Broads is also just a short drive away, where you can take a boat out for the day and explore Norfolk’s beautiful waterways.
Ideally located between the small village of Roughton and the popular seaside town of Cromer, where you can enjoy all the delights available, whilst being able to escape to the peace and quiet of your cottage at the end of a busy day.
About the location
Cromer 3 miles; Sheringham 7 miles.
Roughton is a small village in North Norfolk just over three miles from Cromer. It is home to a local pub and is where Albert Einstein briefly stayed after he fled Germany. A couple of miles away is the village of Felbrigg which is home to the Felbrigg Estate, owned by the National Trust and which extends over 1760 acres including the Great Wood which surrounds the magnificent Felbrigg Hall. The popular seaside resort of Cromer is known for its wonderful clifftop promenade, with attractive, colourful gardens and seating areas ideally placed for enjoying the stunning panoramic views over the sea. Cromer has a lovely, sandy Blue Flag beach where both children and adults can spend hours building sand castles, swimming, sunbathing or investigating the tidal pools in search of interesting sea creatures, which include young Cromer crabs. Cromer is proud of its beautiful Victorian pier, offering theatre shows, a museum and an RNLI lifeboat station, which is open to visitors and where you can learn about Cromer’s long lifeboat history. Take a nostalgic journey on a steam train at nearby Sheringham, or spend a day driving or cycling along North Norfolk’s beautiful coastline, stopping off to explore its salt marshes and nature reserves rich with birdlife. A lovely holiday location for all.
Note: No infants or children.