Beautifully presented, offering open-plan living located in the heart of Brancaster on the Norfolk coast with its much-loved pub and within easy walking distance of the beach.
The ground floor is light and airy with triple aspect modern sash windows and underfloor heating. Bi-fold doors open onto the patio and south facing garden, a perfect place to enjoy breakfast or ‘al-fresco’ dining.
There is a contemporary style kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area seating four and an adjoining seating area with two comfy sofas in front of the log burner.
The first floor has two double bedrooms, the master has a double bed with en suite, there is a second double bedroom with ‘zip and link’ bed which can be offered as a king size, or twin, if preferred.
On the first floor there is a second shower room in addition to the ground floor cloakroom.
The rear garden is fully enclosed and has a patio area with table and chairs, ideal for ‘al-fresco’ dining.
Three steps lead up to the raised lawn area, an ideal place for children’s picnics! South facing too so ideal to chill and take in any sunny days you may get!
The Sailing Club at Brancaster Staithe is approximately one mile away, and the bustling Georgian village of Burnham Market is approximately four miles away with fabulous shopping and eateries.
There is parking at the front which is shared with the adjoining property.
Blossom Cottage was a lovely modern cottage which has everything you need. Location is excellent to reach beaches and local attractions. We will definitely be going back and would recommend to anyone.
Reviewed by Roger Bravington
A perfect home from home. A cosy cottage, in a great location for exploring the North Norfolk coast. The perfect home from home for 4 adults for a long weekend. The weather wasn't great so we spent a lot of time in the cottage. The underfloor heating kept the cottage so warm we didn't even need to use the log burner!
Reviewed by Chloe Keith
With its big skies, wide sandy beaches, spectacular sunsets, salty sea air and wildlife, this is a beautiful part of the world. At the beach you’ll find plenty of facilities to buy refreshments, food and ice-creams or simply walk the coastal path or up to Barrow Common and you will be rewarded with breath-taking panoramic views across tidal marshes.
If you’re lucky and walk left along the village beach, you may also see the seals frolicking in the lagoon between Brancaster and Titchwell, which is also home to the RSPB nature reserve. Brancaster boasts a fabulous gastro pub/restaurant, The Ship, which sits opposite the church at the crossroads.
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