There are three very comfortable bedrooms with beautiful contemporary ensuite bathrooms. All the rooms have huge beds, beautiful linen, fabulous décor and lighting. There is also a computer with Internet access, oak floors and stairway and finally a gorgeous private flint walled garden with its own luxury hot tub.
The small children’s Den Room has been upgraded and the New Games Pad is now open. This room is carpeted and heated and features:
• A full size American Pool table,
• Giant Genga,
• Table football,
• A comfy sofa with USB charging point, plus large TV with DVD player and a Sony PS2 plus a selection of board games.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2011
Situated in a quiet Norfolk village centre, our luxury rural self-catering cottage has plenty of off street parking and is just 5 minutes walk to the beach and any local amenities, delicious restaurants and spectacular coastal walks. A perfect remote rural retreat. It is also ideally placed for anyone looking for a place to stay on a luxury golf break in the Cromer area or to walk the beautiful East Anglia North Norfolk coast.
On arrival you will be provided with a gourmet 'welcome pack'. This includes disposable slippers for adults only, starter toiletries, fresh coffee, instant tea, coffee & sugar, salt & pepper grinders, as well as a bottle of Champagne, milk and a homemade cake on arrival.
We also supply towels, hot tub towels, beach towels, fluffy dressing gowns and children dressing gowns for use during your stay.
We have a non-smoking policy throughout and we welcome well behaved children of all ages and can provide if needed, at no extra cost, a travel cot, high chair, fire guard and stair gate. Pets are welcome in the property, plus guide dogs too!
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PETS WELCOME Gorgeous beach 300 metres away Seal trips Wildlife Trust Steam Railway Military museum Sandringham National Trust Peddars Way for walks 2 Theatres
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Cromer, 1 mile
Recommended Places to Visit: Seal trips Steam Railway in Sheringham National Trust The beach!
Annual Events: Cromer Carnival August each year, biggest outside London.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Every guest is given a copy of our ‘local restaurant booking guide’.
Local Sports: 3 golf courses, horse riding, bird watching, Splash swimming pool,
With its pier and its two museums, wide open beaches, spectacular cliffs, its famous pier show, its cinema with three screens, there's lots to enjoy in Cromer. And we haven't mentioned the many glorious walks in the neighbourhood, the town's Folk Festival and Carnival, Lifeboat Day and Firework displays, the places to visit in north Norfolk well, come and stay, there's so much to see and do! The streets of Cromer today are little removed from how they looked in the Victorian era. Most of the great landmarks, many of which were created by the well-to-do Victorian "summer timers", still stand as familiar to the holiday makers of today as they were to their counterparts a hundred years ago. Cromer does however have a much more ancient history than that, the magnificent church is a medieval legacy, a relic from the days when Cromer was still known as Shipden - a modest settlement of fishermen and merchants.
Please visit the Owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Norfolk.