Discover this super detached holiday cottage in Brancaster on the North Norfolk coast that has been beautifully refurbished to provide contemporary, comfortable living.
The heart of the cottage is the dining kitchen which has a vaulted ceiling, limestone flooring, full length windows and french doors leading into the enclosed patio garden.
This sociable space is not only made for cooking and eating but for relaxing and chatting too.
The dual aspect sitting room with beamed ceiling, is a lovely room with a modern but cosy appeal.
An extra large L-shaped sofa, a super efficient Clearview log burning stove and widescreen Smart television ensure you have all you need for a ‘night in’.
The cottage has three bedrooms (king, double and twin) over two floors and two shower rooms (one on each floor) which works well for families or friends who appreciate privacy, independence and ground floor facilities.
Outside is a secluded south facing shingle courtyard with table and seating, as well as a sheltered loggia so you can even sit outside even when it rains!
Perfectly located, Mayes Cottage enjoys such easy access to the beautiful local beach and many great local eating places, you might not wish to venture too far afield.
if you do, you can always catch the Coasthopper bus that regularly runs through the village all year round and will take you to all the other wonderful villages along this stunning coastline.
What a lovely week from the moment we walked into the fab kitchen we were impressed. A beautiful and cosy cottage in a lovely and unique part of the country.
Reviewed by Geoff, Julie and Margaret
Beautiful property. Very well appointed has everything you could possibly need. Very comfortable. Good location. Walkable to the beach. 15 mins to Wells one way and the same to Hunstanton in the other. Would definitely stay here again.
Reviewed by Mrs Broderick
Brancaster is the neighbouring village of Brancaster Staithe and is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. With its big blue skies, wide sandy beaches, spectacular sunsets, salty sea air and wildlife this is a beautiful part of the world.
At the beach there is plenty of parking and facilities to buy refreshments, food and ice creams or simply walk the coastal path and you will be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views across tidal marshes and if you’re lucky and walk left, you’ll see the seals frolicking in the lagoon between Brancaster and Titchwell.
Brancaster boasts a fabulous gastro pub/restaurant, The Ship, which sits opposite the church at the crossroads to the road which takes you down to the beach.
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