A delightful cottage located in the beautiful village of Thornham, this retro styled coastal gem is within walking distance of the beach, fabulous pubs and restaurants.
This cute little coastal retreat comes with a lovely open-plan living space, a charming painted wooden kitchen and dining area with a small table and four chairs and pretty sitting area with comfy sofas.
Snuggle down in front of the fire on cooler evenings or in the summer, pour a glass of wine and relax in the private garden to the rear, you feel cosy from the moment you step inside.
With character and Norfolk charm, this property has a traditional Norfolk winder staircase so would not be suitable for the less able or families with very young children.
Upstairs you will find a double bedroom and bunk bedroom (which would suit children better) with views over front and rear garden respectively.
There is a shower room with WC and sink which serves both bedrooms.
With a pretty garden and outside areas, this cottage is tucked away, yet less than a minutes’ walk from a deli/café which serves some of the best breakfasts, coffee and food along the coast!
Parking for this property is opposite at the Thornham Deli.
There are four cottages in this terrace, so if you are a bigger party wanting to be close to one another, but not wanting to be in one another’s pockets, consider renting this cottage in conjunction with No. 33 Cottage 1, No. 33 Cottage 2, or No. 33 Cottage 4.
Really nice and cosy cottage and close to all that North Norfolk coast has to offer, we will be back and enjoy this lovely cottage maybe in the winter next time.
Reviewed by Kym
Thornham is picturesque yet vibrant and is an old smuggling village right on the North Norfolk Coast.
Wide expanses of salt marsh separate the village from the sea and it is a paradise for walkers and bird watchers.
There are several great places to eat including Thornham Deli, selling all manner of local produce, cakes, specialities and great coffee (and breakfast and lunch too!), The Lifeboat Inn, an old smuggling haunt complete with heavy beams and roaring fires, is great for relaxed dining whilst The Orange Tree a great gastro pub.
At Drove Orchard’s on the edge of the village started as a farm shop and pick-your-own-fruit farm, but which has now evolved into so much more!
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