This delightful Norfolk cottage offers a cosy home-from-home in the idyllic local countryside.
Located in the village of Lower Southrepps, this property is just a stone’s throw from the local amenities which include a popular pub, shop, tea room and 15th century church. The Southrepps Common Local Nature Reserve comprises 12 hectares of woodland, reeds, grass and rare wildflowers, perfect for a morning stroll. Gunton railway station is just a five-minute walk away, offering access to the popular Bittern Line that links Norwich to a number of towns and villages including Wroxham, North Walsham, Cromer and Sheringham.
This traditional cottage boasts stylishly cosy accommodation with tiled floors and occasional lighting. Prepare delicious meals in the charming kitchen, which features exposed ceiling beams, a tiled floor and pretty cottage window. Here you will find an electric oven, hob and grill, microwave and fridge with ice compartment. The sitting/dining room is a welcoming space with a table for four, comfy 3 seater sofa, rustic oak coffee table and cosy rug. There is also a TV/DVD and wood burner for those relaxing evenings in. Also on the ground floor is a large single bedroom together with a shower room. The staircase is a traditional "Norfolk Winder" which is steep and narrow and care must be taken. It leads to the first floor double bedroom which features an apex ceiling and a rocking chair.
A door from the kitchen opens into a charming garden with bistro-style table and chairs and a bench for enjoying al fresco meals and drinks in the sunshine.
There is off road parking for 1 car.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.