Tucked away in the pretty village of Ringstead, just two miles from beautiful Old Hunstanton beach, Little Star is a beautiful romantic cottage for two.
Oozing rustic coastal charm with wooden floorboards and beams plus an abundance of stylish character this beautiful Norfolk flint terraced cottage, refurbished to the highest standard, has character in abundance.
With a spacious sitting room with woodburner.
Practical yet characterful painted kitchen with modern appliances and separate garden room with dining table and chairs with french doors leading to the garden, it is perfect for a summer or winter getaway.
Upstairs is reached by a steep traditional Norfolk winder staircase, which leads you into the large vaulted and beamed master bedroom with statement four poster bed and pretty views to the front.
The bathroom with its freestanding modern bath tub and large walk-in shower, features a skylight, so you can literally lie in the bath and watch the stars as you soak!
Dog friendly and in walking distance of the renowned Gin Trap Inn, which sells over 100 different varieties of gin no less, it also serves good food … you just won’t want to leave!
Although the cottage has character, the windows are double glazed and there is central heating too, meaning you will be toasty all year round.
Probably best cottage we have ever stayed in. Beautiful decor, everything you could need with added bonus of welcome pack. Would definitely return and will be recommending to friends.
Reviewed by Jane
Our fourth stary at Little Star so I think that says it all. Storm Dennis kept us by the fire on a few days but we discovered The Duck at Stanhoe just down the road where we had a lovely lunch. The beach was wild and windy at Titchwell Marsh which made the fire at Little Star even more attractive. Back next year.
Reviewed by Stephen and Sally
From the cottage you can explore all North Norfolk has to offer, including the beaches at Old Hunstanton, Holme-next-the-Sea, Brancaster, Titchwell and beyond plus squeeze in a visit to trendy Burnham Market where you can shop until you drop for local produce and browse the fabulous boutiques and independent shops.
With a very good pub/restaurant in the village, the village boasts the renowned Gin Trap Inn, a traditional 17th Century Coaching Inn with good food, a great selection of beers, wines and welcoming staff.
A short drive away is HM The Queen’s Sandringham Estate where you can explore the house or walk in the parkland and woods with your pampered pooch!
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