Located in the village of South Creake which is only a 10 minute drive to the coast and a short distance to one of Norfolk’s loveliest villages, Burnham Market.
This beautifully-appointed property oozes style. Lots of love has gone into this retreat by the owners, making it a great place for couples or two sets of friends to stay for a short break or longer stay.
Step inside Sandpiper’s Cottage and you’ll find yourself in a lovely light living space.
There’s a stylish and well-equipped kitchen and then a gorgeously relaxing sitting area with wood burning stove and comfortable furnishings.
Should you want to enjoy a relaxed night in, there’s a Smart TV and DVD player too.
Downstairs you’ll also find a beautiful dining room with exposed wall, perfect for enjoying supper on an evening over a glass of wine (or two!).
Art and decoratives adorn the walls and when you climb the stairs you are greeted by two bright and sunny bedrooms with comfy beds and luxury linens, along with a stylish family bathroom.
To the rear you’ll find a spacious and sunny paved courtyard garden, ideal if you want to enjoy breakfast outside before you head out for the day.
There is off-road parking for two cars to the rear of the cottage just the other side of the willow fence that surrounds the courtyard.
Nice cosy little cottage in a good location near to the Norfolk coast.
Would definitely recommend to anyone wanting a peaceful and relaxing break.
Reviewed by Tony Smith
We have had a lovely time in this beautiful cottage. Well situated to explore the Norfolk coast and wildlife. Many coffee shops and pubs to rest your legs after long walks with our dogs. Will be back.
Reviewed by Tanya & Tony
South Creake is a small quiet village in Norfolk in the valley of the little River Burn. Surrounded by rolling fields it is a great place to unwind, yet it is close to the North Norfolk coast with its beautiful beaches, quaint villages, and many attractions and activities that are held throughout the year.
The village is home to the York Trust, founded in 1985 to promote arts a music and the large medieval church host concerts by international musicians organised by the North Norfolk Music Festival.
For adventurer’s there are many great walks and cycle routes right from the cottage and of course there is nearby Burham Market just a 10-minute drive away, with its numerous boutiques, cafe’s & restaurants.
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