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Sleeps 8 adults Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Pets Not accepted Region Norfolk Town/village Hunstanton

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Inviting Holiday Home, near Hunstanton (1657NO)

The Property is a truly charming and characterful cottage that is located in a popular west Norfolk village with a well renowned pub and a great deli store. Believed to date back to the 1600's, the cottage is attractive and traditionally built from brick and flint materials. It features beamed ceilings, a woodburner and lovely open farmland views to the rear. With two bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, this pretty and versatile cottage is a great spot for families, extended families and friends to discover a glorious part of Norfolk. Shop/Pub: within walking distance.

Entrance Porch leading to
Sitting Room with comfortable seating, TV with Freesat, DVD player, CD player, WiFi and a woodburner
Dining Room with dining table and chairs
Kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher
Utility Room with washing machine, tumble dryer
Bedroom 3 with a super king-size bed which can be converted to 3' twin beds please request on booking
Bedroom 4 with king-size bed
Bathroom with bath, over-bath shower, washbasin and wc

First Floor:
Bedroom 1 with a super king-size bed
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, washbasin and wc

Garden: Attractive lawned cottage garden to the front with small patio area with table and chairs and farmland views to the rear.
Parking: Driveway parking 4-6 cars, depending on size
Heating: O.F.C.H. Woodburner
Also Provided: Towels. Books, games, radio, hairdryers. 2 Travel cots. Stairgate
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Mobile signal - variable.

Great Bircham is a lovely village to discover set in beautiful rolling countryside under the wide, open skies that Norfolk is so famous for. Close to hand is national cycle route No1 and nearby Bircham Mill is great family fun with live cooking events to take part in using the flour milled here; if you have the energy you can climb to the top of the Mill for some fantastic views. With the coast less than 20 minutes away, discover great sandy beaches with rock pooling, fossil hunting and seal watching at Hunstanton and Heacham. History buffs should not miss out on a visit to both Sandringham, the Queen's Norfolk estate and nearby Houghton Hall. With an RSPB site at Titchwell and the Georgian village of Burnham Market with its cafe culture, art galleries, interior shops and more, there is so much to do, a return visit is probably on the cards!

Exterior image of this charming cottageBeautiful sitting room with open beamsBedroom one with superking bedDining room with table and chairsWell equipped spacious kitchenPatio area to rear, with table and chairsRoll top bath in the first floor bathroomBedroom two with twin bedsBedroom three has a super king sized bed whoch can be converted into twin beds if requiredStunning sitting room with woodburner and comfy seatingBircham duck pondDining room with rustic open beams and wooden floorView of surrounding countrysideBeautiful sitting room decorated with attention to detailBircham Duck Pond
  • Accommodation, ground floor
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Heating, Central
  • High chair
  • Open Fire
  • Stairgates
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Welcome Basket
  • Beach
  • Visit England Gold Award
  • Parking, Private
  • Ground Floor W.C.
  • Ground Floor Bath/Shower room


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.


A traditional resort famous for its unique striped cliffs and home to the legend of St Edmund. The Wolf Trail guides visitors through the journey of the first patron saint of England, beginning at the Esplanade Gardens across to the chapel remains and Lighthouse on the cliff tops. For families there are endless amusements in the fun fair and bowling alley. In the summer a Tractor Train offers trips along the seafront which is a fantastic tour of the town and its attractions. The Bandstand showcases a variety of brass band events and concerts on the green.

Offering lovely views of the sea, the Esplanade Gardens are part of the local Horticultural Trail and has bowling, crazy golf and a play area on site. This area is a haven for local wildlife; the Sealife Sanctuary has interactive rock pool experiences and displays of tropical sharks and turtles. There are also resident seals and otters. The nearby nature reserve of Titchwell Marsh is a popular spot for bird spotting enthusiasts; keep your eyes peeled for rare birds of prey gliding above the lagoon and migrating waders. Searles Sea Tours run exciting trips along the coast and out to the sandbanks where there is a large colony of seals. 

Sandringham House is a beautiful country retreat of the Royal family, located on a 20,000 estate there is a museum and visitor centres. There are acres of gardens to explore, and collections of memorabilia and vehicles.


Located on the east coast of England, facing Europe across the North Sea, Norfolk is one of the UK's most rural counties, with over forty percent of its population living in just four towns – Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and Thetford. Adjacent to The Wash, in whose mud the medieval King John famously lost the Crown Jewels in 1216, Norfolk's geography is that of low plains or “fens”, which makes it along with neighbouring Suffolk feel more like northern countries of European mainland (Belgium and Holland) than the rest of England which is predominantly hilly.

In a similar way to that of the “low countries”, erosion and land reclamation have changed the coastline over the centuries, so that several towns (King's Lynn, for instance) which were once on the coast are now to be found several miles inland! The whole set-up makes for some very interesting topography as well as history and Norfolk is, for this reason, an interesting county to visit, almost as if it was a different country altogether!

East of England

This region includes the ceremonial counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. With a rich heritage there is much to see and do to suit all ages. The royal residency of Sandringham Estate is a must see and other historical points of interest include Castle Rising, Sutton Hoo and Somerleyton Hall. The medieval cities of Cambridge, Norwich and Ipswich are not to be missed and there are lots of pretty market towns and idyllic seaside resorts to choose from for a day trip. Alternatively for a slower paced holiday you may wish to visit The Broads or Thetford Forest, these areas are particularly popular for boating and spotting birdlife.

Area Norfolk Nearest shop 0.5 miles Nearest pub 0.5 miles


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