“Good location, quality property”
We love the area, there is lots to do for children both in Hunstanton and further afield, we love the beaches at Holkham and Wells, the Dinosaur Park at Lenwade and Pensthorpe Nature Park just outside of Fakenham. The accommodation is to a high standard, with super comfy beds, the area is nice and quiet with a well equipped kitchen. There is also a lovely old pub within walking distance with a lovely garden and play area of children. We've stayed at An Tigin the last two years an have just ...
We love the area, there is lots to do for children both in Hunstanton and further afield, we love the beaches at Holkham and Wells, the Dinosaur Park at Lenwade and Pensthorpe Nature Park just outside of Fakenham. The accommodation is to a high standard, with super comfy beds, the area is nice and quiet with a well equipped kitchen. There is also a lovely old pub within walking distance with a lovely garden and play area of children. We've stayed at An Tigin the last two years an have just re-booked for next summer.
“Warm, clean and so well equipped”
The bungalow at Snettisham, an Tigin, was really well equipped(and clean). Possibly every thing you might need was available in the kitchen. The furnishings were very comfortable and the heating was efficient.The owners kindly checked that we were ok both at the start and end of the week. Snettisham is a small Norfolk village unfortunately quite a drive from a very shingly beach. We were amazed at the number of static caravans along the coast. (all the way down to Hunstanton) Parking is quite expensive and it was fortunate that there was a resident's parking permit left for our use at the bungalow.
“Lovely cottage, exceeded all our expectations”
A lovely cottage, with everything we could wish for at a great price. It was very nicely furnished and, although not mentioned on the booking site, the owner confirmed on the telephone that it contained a high chair, travel cot and baby gate. We stayed with two pre-school children and the cottage was very well equipped for us (including a couple of boxes of toys that delighted the children). Really great communication with the owner, who took the time to provide tips on what we might like to visit in the area.
We were impressed from the minute we walked in to the property. Everything was of such a good quality. We could not want for more facility's from a fully stocked kitchen to excellent audio and visual entertainment. The whole place was spotless and felt very welcoming to come in to. There was also food in the cupboards for the use by anyone and was even asked prior to arrival which milk I would like to have in the fridge!
“Tranquil - a home from a home”
Amazing place - and ideal location. Quiet and peaceful and wlaking distance to the beach. The home can best be described as a home from a home. Only downside - was that the bathroom would be unsuitable for elderly folk getting in and out of the bath.
“SIMPLY THE BEST”
First class Every thing you want or need is supplied Excellent fixtures and fittings Wood burner stove and nice garden with furniure and bbq Again simply the best
A delightful detached single-storey holiday cottage, in a quiet cul-de-sac on a small residential estate in the attractive West Norfolk village of Snettisham.
This Snettisham cottage is just a short walk from the village centre, which enjoys good local amenities.
This cottage in Snettisham offers guests wonderful bright and spacious accommodation, equipped to a high standard.
There is an open plan living area providing comfy seating and a woodburning stove, a dining area and an attractive modern fitted kitchen area.
French doors lead you outside this Snettisham cottage, into the pretty garden with seating, perfect for relaxing with a morning coffee while deciding where to explore, or a welcome afternoon cuppa on returning home after a busy day's exploration.
Snettisham Beach is home to the well-known RSPB bird sanctuary, where in winter, you can watch the unbelievable spectacle of birds dancing in the sky as seen on BBC's Spring Watch.
The nearby seaside town of Hunstanton is just a short bus ride or drive from this Snettisham cottage, offering traditional family seaside attractions, a sandy beach, and a selection of eateries and interesting shops.
Just a short drive away you can visit the Queen's winter home, the Sandringham Estate, with its delightful gardens.
The North Norfolk coastline offers many attractive villages and at Wells-next-the-Sea, you can sample Norfolk's best fish and chips while sitting on the sea wall watching the world passing you by.
A wonderful Snettisham cottage, offering year-round attractions.
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Sky TV
- Broadband / WiFi
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x king-size double, 1 x single with TV and pull-out stacker bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area (seats 5) with woodburning stove.
- Gas central heating with woodburning stove
- Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV with basic Sky, DVD, 2nd TV/DVD, WiFi, telephone (UK landline calls only)
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Fuel for stove can be purchased locally
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair
- Off road parking for 3 cars
- Enclosed garden with furniture and BBQ
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 10 mins walk
- Note: This property accepts max. 6 guests, including infants
- Note: The travel cot can only be accommodated in the single bedroom, where there's only space for either the stacker bed or the cot.
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About the location
Heacham 3 miles; Royal Sandringham 4 miles; Hunstanton 5 miles.
Snettisham is a traditional Norfolk village, with many of its houses built from the local iron-rich carr stone, which has an attractive golden-brown colouring. Due to this, the buildings are known locally as “gingerbread houses”. Village amenities include general stores, a Post Office, 2 inns, a bistro and a regular bus service to the bustling, family-friendly seaside resort of Hunstanton and historic King’s Lynn. The church of St Mary sits alone on top of the hill and is certainly worthy of a look inside at the exquisitely decorated tracery flowers on the west window. There is an RSPB bird sanctuary close to the beach, which is three miles away, and the ancient Peddars Way public footpath runs near to the village. Park Farm is on the edge of the village, and is a working farm with year-round activities for all the family, including a 45-minute “deer safari” and the chance to feed some of the animals. The Royal Estate of Sandringham, whose impressive house, gardens and church are open to the public, is nearby, as are the plant farm, tea rooms and gift shop at Norfolk Lavender, England's premier lavender farm.
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