Thornham, North Norfolk
Nestled along a private driveway and set back from the road, this pretty flint holiday cottage is spacious, light and bright and just minutes from the sandy beach in Thornham on the North Norfolk coast.
Poplar’s has a wonderfully welcoming feel and being an artist, the owner has decorated every room with touches of flamboyance and flair. Each of the living spaces boast gorgeous, sumptuous sofas and chairs to relax in and the main living space has a gorgeous open fire, perfect for warming your toes on cooler evenings.
Plus there is a large TV with Netflix and an adjoining games room for the children to hide themselves away in and entertain themselves with table tennis table, DVD and Wii console.
Cooking will be a pleasure in the fantastic and well-equipped kitchen. With everything you need, you will be able to rustle up a storm here and dine on the large trestle table in the light and bright garden/dining room which overlooks the pretty garden.
Sleeping comes easy here and after a day on the beach or exploring the coast you will appreciate the super-comfy beds. Poplars comes with three bedrooms; one King-size bedroom with en suite; one double and a twin, perfect for children or friends who are happy to share. There is also a family bathroom on the first floor with Jacuzzi bath and a downstairs cloakroom.
Outside you will find a pretty garden with relaxing water feature and 50 cm deep pond, so please ensure you supervise young children. The space is delightful for a spot of al fresco dining and you can enjoy good conversation sat outside around the large garden table as the sun goes down.
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A deceptively large cottage with tons of space. Bright and welcoming in the the heart of this popular North Norfolk seaside town.
Thornham is a vibrant coastal village which has grown up beside the creeks, tidal marshes and mud flats (said to possess healing properties) which are now protected by the nature reserve.
Walk out to the beautiful beach accessed via a walkway from the harbour, where you’ll spot the famous Coal Barn. A few miles either way you have more glorious beaches to explore, including Brancaster, Holme-next-the-Sea and Old Hunstanton which lies at the seaward end of the prehistoric Peddar’s Way.