“First of all, we changed our dates, which was no trouble, all sorted with no fuss.”
The directions to the place were not great, but the place was.
We were there in early January, so it was wonderful and quiet in the boatyard.
The house (for it is more than a cottage) anyway was well insulated, we were both warm and quiet.
The internet breezed in and out, though we were able to watch Springsteen on Netflix so it couldn't have been too leaky.
The kitchen is well provided for, as also is the loo situation, with the provision of 3 toilets.
The roll top ball is delightful to lay back and read in, and it fills in no time at all.
We went to the beaches, we did see the seals, also the wild winds and the long long stretches of empty sands.
Our best day out was the Sainsbury Centre for Visiting Arts, we saw the Elizabeth Frink exhibition as well as the marvellous permanent collection.
We mostly ate out though on the last night we did have steak pie in the pub across the road which was more than serviceable.
Norfolk was good to us, we will be back.
Christopher and Kate