This is one super little Norfolk holiday cottage in heart heart of Burnham Market! Having undergone a total facelift, Snowdrop Cottage has been given a brand new lease of life.
With a great deal of thought and a smart use of space, this now chic, petite and rather smart bolthole and just the place for a romantic break for two, however friends and a small family will love it too!
An attractive Georgian cottage set in the middle of a small row overlooking All Saints Church, you will find Snowdrop Cottage at the lower end of the village on a quiet side street.
Very handy for the many local amenities that this pretty, historic village offers, the cottage is just a short walk from the shops, boutiques, galleries and fantastic restaurants set around the picturesque village green.
The ground floor is open plan and dual aspect, and consists of a comfortable sitting area, with log burner, and a modern fitted well-equipped kitchen that features a stylish copper sink which sets the tone for some matching highlights dotted here and there.
Up the stairs (steep but straight), there are two bedrooms with good quality mattresses and pretty linen, and a smart bathroom.
At the back of the cottage is a small brick weave courtyard area with a bistro table and chairs – simply perfect for enjoying a lazy morning cuppa or evening meal with a glass of wine on a warm summer’s night.
Snowdrop Cottage is the ideal base for a short or longer break at any time of the year.
I stayed at Snowdrop Cottage for three nights. The cottage is beautifully designed and comfortable. The detail of all of the fittings and the kitchen is clean and uncluttered, optimising the small space. So much to see and do in the village and nearby towns.
Reviewed by Mr Abrams
Burnham Market is often regarded as the loveliest village in Norfolk and is close to the North Norfolk Coast. The village has a range of niche shops including a delicatessen, Tuscan farm shop, wine merchant, butchers, greengrocers, fishmongers, a chemist and various beautiful boutiques and lifestyle shops.
For intimate dining head to 20 North Street or if sharing plates and a take on English Tapas is your thing, then try Socius or stroll down to No.Twenty9 where they cook your food over an open fire pit imported from New York no less. The Hoste Arms offers plenty of charm and character and informal or fine dining and you can choose to eat in their front restaurant or outside in their garden.
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